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This books helps you identify unhealthy elements in relationships and provides a practical guide for avoiding them and healing.
Executive Director of Concerned Citizens of South-Central Los Angeles, Philadelphia, PA native, Noreen McClendon has written a book which describes the lessons learned from her very personal experiences within a post-incarceration relationship.
HURT PEOPLE HIGHWAY helps you identify unhealthy elements in relationships and provides a practical guide for avoiding them and healing.
The book, on sale now nationwide, is available as an eBook, as a Large Print Edition and as a Direct Digital Audio-Book from the HURT PEOPLE HIGHWAY website.
HURT PEOPLE HIGHWAY highlights the hard work of self-evaluation, honesty and discovery necessary to identify those things that continue to cause us pain and undermine our relationships. It requires the reader to lay bare the underlying traumas, events and experiences that affect all of our relationships, personal and professional.
“Even though the book is about relationships, I used the principles to help me in my business”, said Julio Hernandez of Southwest HVAC.
“Noreen McClendon’s new book HURT PEOPLE HIGHWAY shines a powerful light on pain with a unique view of post-incarceration relationships. A must read for anyone contemplating a new relationship or living inside one riddled with challenge,” said Van Jones, CNN media personality, criminal justice reformer and CEO of the REFORM alliance.
“Noreen’s words spill from her heart like a rushing river coated with a rare mixture of deep seeded pain and love. She offers us insight to examine, reflect, and heal affording us the ability to break the cycle of HURT!” said Obba Babatunde, American actor, producer, director and singer.
HURT PEOPLE HIGHWAY, published by Noah’s Ark in 2018, quickly became a bestseller.
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