Cyanidation is about survival, perseverance, and spiritual growth. Jennoa Graham spent many years of her life fighting battles, only to discover that the world was not her enemy, but rather her own mind. Raised in a home of mental and emotional instability, the author struggles to define her own happiness and create a normal life as a functional contributor to society. Her spiritual growth gives her the tools needed to unlock her happiness, reduce her fears, and move forward.

This memoir is not another overcomer story. It describes the pivotal role of religion and relationship in self-discovery, self-confidence, and trust. It exemplifies the necessity of vulnerability, relationship development, and the right spiritual guidance to build a healthy life-support ecosystem. Understanding where you come from is valuable; using that information to forge your future is priceless.

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About the Author

Dr. Jennoa R. Graham was born a Hoosier in Indianapolis, Indiana, and currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia. She is not yet married and is the proud parent of her adult son. Dr. Graham is an entrepreneur and holds several degrees, including a dual doctorate. She is also a public speaker, author, and an occasional trumpet player. As an impoverished teen parent survivor, she has developed tools to navigate out of an environment of economic hardship and emotional instability. Her perseverance in life and faith in God combine to help others press forward and achieve greater things for their families.

Genre: Inspirational
Publisher: Clay Bridges Press
Publication Year: 2021
ASIN: 1953300758
ISBN: 9781953300751
List Price: 14.99
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