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Book Feature on Declarations for My Sons and Daughters by Denise N. Fyffe

Declarations for my Sons & Daughters I started writing this free ebook, Declarations for my Sons & Daughters, after contemplating the life that I wanted for my children. In a world such as this, we cannot leave anything to chance. I want my children to come into an intimate relationship with God and not have to… Continue reading Book Feature on Declarations for My Sons and Daughters by Denise N. Fyffe

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Book Feature on Sudden Death Loosening Foundations by Denise N. Fyffe

Sudden Death Loosening Foundations My latest project Sudden Death, has been a revelation and a work of faith. Sudden Death is a Christian literary work filled with stories revealing people’s struggles with depression, unforgiveness, anger, jealousy, rejection, heartache, abuse, rape, incest and death. It is accompanied with an in-depth spiritual analysis, by Michael Reginald (Latter Day Prophesy), that… Continue reading Book Feature on Sudden Death Loosening Foundations by Denise N. Fyffe

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Book Feature on Sudden Death, A Christian Novella by Denise N. Fyffe

Sudden Death, A Christian Novella My latest project Sudden Death, has been a revelation and a work of faith. Sudden Death is a Christian literary work filled with stories revealing people’s struggles with depression, unforgiveness, anger, jealousy, rejection, heartache, abuse, rape, incest and death. It is accompanied with an in-depth spiritual analysis, by Michael Reginald (Latter Day… Continue reading Book Feature on Sudden Death, A Christian Novella by Denise N. Fyffe

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Video: Jamaican Stories about Depression by Denise N. Fyffe

Depression Depression is more common than many of us are aware; though, it is hidden away, like some deep dark secret. It is a natural response to trauma. For some, the emotions overwhelm them and they commit suicide. Depression does not discriminate, stereotype or exercises any prejudice; neither is it unique to any one situation.… Continue reading Video: Jamaican Stories about Depression by Denise N. Fyffe

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Excerpt from Gray Shades, The Rubix cube of the sexes (Trying to understand Jamaican men) (Gena)

A Rubix cube is much easier to solve than trying to understand why Jamaican men do some of the low down, dirty acts that cause females, emotional genocide; Gena considered. Why? How could they? Are they possessed? Fi wah reason? Did their mothers abuse them emotionally? Those are just some of the questions women would like… Continue reading Excerpt from Gray Shades, The Rubix cube of the sexes (Trying to understand Jamaican men) (Gena)

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Suicide, Taking Lives by Denise N. Fyffe

Suicide Suicide often occurs because someone feels trapped in a world of constant despair. Their outlook is very glum. Suicidal tendencies are often triggered by stress, trauma, bullying, unemployment, relationship issues, gambling problems, chemical imbalance, grief and other factors. Many of the persons who take their lives are considered suffers of a mental disorder; including,… Continue reading Suicide, Taking Lives by Denise N. Fyffe

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Jamaican Stories about Depression by Denise N. Fyffe

Depression Depression is more common than many of us are aware; though, it is hidden away, like some deep dark secret. It is a natural response to trauma. For some, the emotions overwhelm them and they commit suicide. Depression does not discriminate, stereotype or exercises any prejudice; neither is it unique to any one situation.… Continue reading Jamaican Stories about Depression by Denise N. Fyffe

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Excerpt from Gray Shades, Muddy and Friendless (Alana)

It is the witching hour and Alana needed a friend. Where were the so called friend's when she needed them? In moments like this, when she felt her soul creeping over to the dark side. Throughout her life she was always questioning either the quality of friends or the function of her friends in her life.… Continue reading Excerpt from Gray Shades, Muddy and Friendless (Alana)

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Excerpt from Gray Shades, 6 months (Beverly)

6 months! 6 months of denial, 6 months of anger, 6 months of hatred, 6 months of bargaining,6 months! It was time to accept what was clearly before her and stop this waste; before it continued for another 6 months. Beverly had enough and she could no longer lay in bed, closing her eyes to what was so conspicuously laid before her.… Continue reading Excerpt from Gray Shades, 6 months (Beverly)

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Excerpt from Gray Shades, The world of Lucifer babies (Heather)

People were ratchet, back stabbers, Lucifer babies and conniving for days. Heather trusted no one and she would never ever trust people again! It has been Heather's unfortunate experience to meet some of the most despicable people on this earth. People who make you wonder if they weren't born with a moral compass. People who… Continue reading Excerpt from Gray Shades, The world of Lucifer babies (Heather)

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Excerpt from Gray Shades, I can do bad all by myself (Christine)

Christine had asked herself how much worse could she do? Well it seems a whole damn lot! It's like she unleashed a dare-devil, a temptress, a darn idiot! She was very aware of the fact that she was a sensible and intelligent young woman, but somewhere that claim to fame, has temporarily flown the coup. The… Continue reading Excerpt from Gray Shades, I can do bad all by myself (Christine)

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Excerpt from Gray Shades, The Snob (Iyana)

Pretentious, that came to Iyana's mind; right after snobbish. "Who di hell are you to act and treat others as if they are under your feet? You are no better, if not a little lower." People think that just because they are born privileged or that they have a particular career and make a certain… Continue reading Excerpt from Gray Shades, The Snob (Iyana)

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Excerpt from Gray Shades, A Preying Hunter (Mya)

The hunter or the prey, who would u bet on; especially if the prey becomes the hunter. "So sick of this double standard marble pot called Earth," Mya thinks to herself. One set of rules for men and another for women. Tis a pity, they have lame, idiotic and misguided ideas of themselves and their… Continue reading Excerpt from Gray Shades, A Preying Hunter (Mya)

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Excerpt from Gray Shades, Praying away the Evils (Lisa)

Dishonesty, deceit, lying, evil, conniving, hypocrisy - and all things evil are a bunch of Lisa's pet peeves. To say she hates them and on the brink of hating the vehicles of these evil 'actives' - wouldn't suffice. She have had it up to her medulla oblongata with dealing with people of these natures. Soon,… Continue reading Excerpt from Gray Shades, Praying away the Evils (Lisa)

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Excerpt from Gray Shades, A pessimistic view (Katherine)

A new thing is demanded because Katherine was bored with life. She is tired of her realities, frailties and personal tragedies. Katherine is not impressed by the construct, which is, humans. Neither is she moved by their expressions of sincerity as they turn to abuse just as quickly because of their fickle nature. Life holds a… Continue reading Excerpt from Gray Shades, A pessimistic view (Katherine)

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Excerpt from Gray Shades, The perpetuation of Emotional rape (Faith)

How can men be so callous and premeditated, in luring a woman in and then decimating her emotions? How can you make someone believe that you care for them, when all you want is the game? What if it were your daughter that some fool played and used her up and then discarded her like… Continue reading Excerpt from Gray Shades, The perpetuation of Emotional rape (Faith)

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Excerpt from Gray Shades, Trucking (Erica)

It's the witching hour, 2 a.m. and Erica was lying on her back, in a trailer! Totally awesome! Her first road trip in such a monstrous vehicular beast and her adventure was rife with intrigue, scary stories and yep, women of the night. They had stopped to get some food at a rest stop near… Continue reading Excerpt from Gray Shades, Trucking (Erica)

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Excerpt from Gray Shades, Eternal Love and Relationships (Dahlia)

Love and relationships were certainly not what Dahlia thought they would be cracked up to be. All her misconceptions were flushed down the sewer and she was hurt, again. When Dahlia thought that maybe, she needed patience, maybe it was her turn, maybe, just maybe this was it; it seemed not to be so easy. Just when she… Continue reading Excerpt from Gray Shades, Eternal Love and Relationships (Dahlia)

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Excerpt from Gray Shades, Wasting time and accumulating baggage (Nia)

You know when he is not the right one from the get go. You just want a piece. Why even bother with something you know is not going to work? For the good times? What happens if there are no good times? Then, you have simply wasted time accumulating more baggage. “You think I don't… Continue reading Excerpt from Gray Shades, Wasting time and accumulating baggage (Nia)

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Jamaican Storytelling : Excerpt from Gray Shades, Self-destructive behavior (Janet)

Janet was lying awake thinking about her future, and how much more damage she was going to do to it. "Can I and will I do my worse?" Janet thought. It seems every time she gets close to something that she really wants or someone she was really into it gets pulled from her. And… Continue reading Jamaican Storytelling : Excerpt from Gray Shades, Self-destructive behavior (Janet)