Acamea Deadwiler

Acamea Deadwiler is an accomplished writer who has appeared on the FOX television network talk show, MORE. She is the critically acclaimed author of Single That: Dispelling the Top 10 Myths of the Single Woman. Acamea is a former Top 100 Contributor on Yahoo! with more than one million page views. She has been featured in prominent publications, including the New York Post, and held Top Writer status in both love and feminism for Medium. Acamea is also an event speaker who currently resides in Nevada. You can follow her at @acameald on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

I've been a Top 100 Contributor for Yahoo!, featured on a FOX network talk show, as well as in the New York Post, mindbodygreen, and as a Top Writer in Love and Feminism on Medium. I'm also the author of a critically acclaimed book that addresses misconceptions surrounding women and relationship status.

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Marcy Pusey

While We Slept: Finding Hope and Healing After Homicide.  

Murder changed their lives. Faith and hope changed their grief. On July 13, 2005, newlyweds Marcy and Jeremy woke up to the murder of his mother, by his father— while they’d slept down the hall.

This book is not only the story of one mind-boggling murder, but also about how we can find courage in trauma, forgiveness in devastation, and how we can triumph after heartbreak.

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Marcy Pusey

Speranza's Sweater: A Child's Journey Through Foster Care and Adoption.   Speranza wears her sweater everywhere, hanging onto the last memories of her birth home, until it’s threadbare. Like her unraveled sweater, Speranza must weave together a new story, bringing threads from her past and strands from her present, into a future of love, family, and the true meaning of home. 

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Marcy Pusey

Parenting Children of Trauma: The Foster-Adoption Guide to Understanding Attachment Disorder.  Parenting Children of Trauma demystifies attachment disorders, the impact of complex emotional trauma on our homes, and addresses current treatment options. More than anything, this book will help the hurting adoptive family realize they are not alone in their desire to raise healthy kids and reclaim a healthy home. Marcy Pusey knows first-hand. Before she was raising kiddos with attachment disorders, she was therapeutically supporting families who were.