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October 22 2009 African American Culture Newsletter

Greetings Dear Friends!

I can only hope this Fall is treating you well. There is so much going on in our lives, that some of us just need some time to catch our breath!

Can you believe the holidays are right around the corner? Be sure to check back soon for some new family recipes. Just in time for you to test before Thanksgiving gets here!

Thinking of the perfect gift? How about a book? Be sure to check out this week's review of Still Standing, by Minister, Author and Psychotherapist, Jean M. Gayle.

Hoping Life is full of much love and joy!
Warmest Reagards,

Surviving Abuse
The numbers are high, and they continue to escalate. They live in our homes. They work beside us. They sit on the pews next to us during Sunday service and Mass. They are police officers, bus drivers, doctors, teachers, family, friends and neighbors. They are survivors. Those who have made it through to the other side of abuse...and are not afraid to talk about it.

Surviving Abuse...Elaine's Story
Surviving abuse takes determination. It takes the strength to look at yourself in a new light, and confront the demons that have taken hold of your life. If one is not willing to delve into the past, and confront the issues that caused so much pain, they will only continue to have power over your present life, and dictate how you live.

Still Standing by Jean M. Gayle....A Book Review
A book review of Still Standing, by Minister, Author and Psychotherapist, Jean M. Gayle.

Have fun passing this message along to family and friends, because we all love free knowledge!

Ruthe McDonald, African American Culture Editor

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