Raising Children Is Not Easy

But It’s Worth It

The book details the challenges and adversities each of the authors had to overcome and chronicles how their unwavering belief in their abilities helped them discover the power and courage needed to lift themselves out of the mud and rebuild their lives for the better.


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About The Book

Remember, you are not alone on this Journey.

This book is the missing element that you have been looking for to help navigate you through the stress of parenthood and create a fulfilling family life.

Raising children can be daunting, but with the right resources, it can be a fulfilling and enriching experience. An excellent anthology is available that is perfect for parents, guardians, coaches, children, students, libraries, churches, and anyone wanting to learn and develop a healthy parenting mindset.

This guide contains true-life stories detailing the importance of raising a healthy child. The tips and personal nuggets included in this book are crafted in a profound way that can help guide you through life.

The ultimate goal of this book is to develop healthier parents, guardians, and children, which will make the world a better place to live in. 

It can empower and enlighten you to become a better parent and provide the wisdom and training to instill the best in your child or children. The book provides an action plan to help you build a mindset of love, peace, serenity, knowledge, family, unity, and cohesiveness.

The critical element to having a family that stays together is love, and this book emphasizes the importance of this aspect. The stories in this anthology are unique, vulnerable, and detailed, with plenty of twists and turns to enlighten, warn, and empower the reader. This book is the missing element that you have been looking for to help navigate you through the stress of parenthood and create a fulfilling family life.

About Co-Author Carolyn Coleman

Carolyn Pickens Coleman is a daughter, wife, mother, sister, cousin, friend, and co-worker from Bessemer, Alabama. She has a B.S. in Nursing from Samford University and an M.A. in Health Service Administration from Strayer University. Carolyn is a member of the Birmingham Black Nurses Association, Inc., serving as the Chairperson of the Outreach committee, and is the current President of the Bessemer Public Library Trustee Board. She has a big heart and volunteers in her community.

Carolyn has more than 36 years of experience as a critical care nurse and five years as a nurse case manager. She worked with hospital administrators to establish plans regarding complex patient cases, concentrating on outcome management, utilizing best practices, and advocating for patients. She is also an adjunct instructor.

Carolyn is the author of four books, a series about Gentry who faces her life choices, as we all do, Happiness Hurt Healing, The Re-Entry of Gentry, Gentry’s Journey, and Gentry’s Circle of Friends. For Carolyn, writing is cathartic. She enjoys reading and staying active by line dancing, walking, and spending time with her family and friends.