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A veteran naturopathic physician with thirty years experience as a massage and energy practitioner, teacher and author, Dr. Synthia Andrews has distilled her expertise in a new book, The Path of Energy: Awaken your Personal Power and Expand Your Consciousness.
Advances in quantum physics are telling us the new paradigm is an awakening to the awareness that there is no separation between the seen and unseen domains – between the material world and the world of subtle energy
In meditations, illustrations, techniques and gentle guidance, she enables readers to activate patterns of light within the energy body to awaken specific abilities and new levels of awareness—a revolutionary journey that facilitates healing, intimacy, spirituality and much more.
A frequent media guest and lecturer worldwide, the author is available for interview.
Celebrity Love & Lifestyle Journalist
Abiola Abrams, your favorite bad girl and good woman, writes books, blogs and columns and broadcasts TV and web shows about love, lifestyle and pop culture. Current projects include: BBC Radio Entertainment Correspondent reporting on celebrity news and relationships, MTV Teen Dating Empowerment Coach on the reality series “Made,” blogger and editor on her lifestyle site “Abiola’s Passionista Playbook,” and host/producer of her own award-winning web series and advice vlogs.
Abiola’s upcoming book, The Passionista Playbook for Rockstar Living, is part humorous memoir, part fun handbook, about living with passion. Dare (Simon & Schuster), a hip hop love story, Abiola’s popular debut novel was taught at Amherst College and her essays have been published in anthologies such as Behind the Bedroom Door, Dirty Words: A Literary Encyclopedia of Sex, and A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant and A Prayer.
In the past Abiola Abrams has hosted TV shows like BET’s “The Best Shorts,” HBO’s “The Buzz” and NBC’s “Source: All Access,” starred as “Miss Picky” on VH1 reality series “Tough Love” and appears as a pop culture talking head on networks like FOX. Recent press includes being interviewed for a feature about sex toys in Essence Magazine, being quoted in The New York Times about Fashion Week and talking about the Person of the Year on The Judith Regan Show on Sirius XM Radio. Abiola has written for and been written about in publications from Gawker and Jezebel to Paper Magazine and Self.
Abiola is a lead lifestyle & entertainment content contributor (articles, videos, celebrity interviews) in the areas of love, lifestyle, pop culture including advertorial and branded entertainment. She’s interviewed celebrities such as Patti Labelle, Quincy Jones, Chris Rock, Busta Rhymes, LL Cool J and Henry Louis Gates, Junior. Clients and sites include and have included: Pepsi We Inspire, American Airlines’ Black Atlas, HP, Yahoo, Glam, Hello Beautiful, Examiner and Luv Em or Leave Em.
Abiola Abrams has given keynote addresses on empowerment at many schools such as NYU, The New School for Social Research and Howard University. She was featured in the 2010 Sex Bloggers Calendar and as a part of her ongoing safe sex initiative she directed the award-winning and critically acclaimed feminist erotica art film, “Afrodite Superstar.” Her social issues short films and documentaries have shown in festivals, museums and universities.
Abiola Abrams has a BA from Sarah Lawrence and an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts. She curated the Chashama Gallery exhibit Hos, Putas and Dragon Ladies: Our Sexuality Remixed and VDay’s Until the Violence Stops Film Festival at the Museum of The City of NY and the Museum of TV and Radio. Recently Abiola hosted the 6th Annual African American Literary Awards in New York City.
Wounded in the war, Tommy Donahue and DD Davis return home from Iraq to the slum neighborhood they grew up in. Tommy returns to his wife, Faith, whom he abandoned while she was pregnant to escape a life of crime. Tommy meets his disabled six-year-old daughter, Hope, for the first time, and she begins to melt his frozen heart.
While DD struggles to make an honest living, his older brother, Darnell, has risen to become the neighborhood kingpin. DD faces the pressure to save his younger brother, James, from following in Darnell’s dangerous footsteps.
Tommy and DD find themselves trapped in the same slum they joined the military to escape. As they struggle for redemption, their own families become entangled in a web of crime, corruption and violence.
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This book is about The Boys’ Club, an informal (really, accidental) group of men who gathered quite spontaneously to help each other. But who – once started – found an overwhelming need to continue the process of “being there” for each other. The individuals in the group were all suffering from the effects of marriages that were either already split or were about to be, and who all needed each others’ help to learn how to survive, and eventually to recover. Over time, those of us in the club found that we came to depend on each other for caring, support and maybe even some criticism, and that was important. Every one of us had his own version of the same big problem, which was what brought us together and also what kept us together. All of us were alone (or about to be), and we needed some help to find out how to have and keep a successful relationship if we could find one again. We needed encouragement that such a thing was even possible. But we didn’t even know all of that at first. What we did know was that we all were in deep pain. A big hole had been left in our lives where a good marriage and a happy family were supposed to be, but weren’t. We had experienced what felt like a death in the family, but was, in fact, much worse – this was the death of the very foundation that was meant to support the way we would live our lives.