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Having a hard time forming relationships? If so, Minneapolis researcher Dr. Vanjelis Ngwa (Dr. Van) has written a book that is sure to provide you with insight on what you need to work on.
There is a story about Solid Relationships: Everything You Need to Know About Building Great Relationships in All Aspects of Life, in the Feb. 12 edition of the Northeaster newspaper.
In the article, and the book, Dr. Van articulates that today’s understanding of networking, which is geared towards building effective relationships with others, has been vastly misunderstood. “Before you can make a positive impact on another human being, you must be the type of person other people want to be around,” he says. “To make that possible, you must have a good relationship with yourself first."
Dr. Van offers one-on-one or group coaching sessions that can help people in the areas of leadership and building relationships. Learn more about his services at Collisagroup.com.
Congratulations to Elliott Foster, author, Panic River, on a great event at Moon Palace Books in Minneapolis the evening of Feb. 12. Panic River is the story of Corey Fischer, a gay man on the cusp of his 40s. As the story gets underway, he stands to lose all connections in his life, from his family, which has disowned him because of his sexuality, to his chosen husband Nick, who has betrayed his trust. His artistic pursuits do not hold the promise they once did, either, and this is one of the reasons Nick, who has been largely supporting them, has grown distant and disappointed.
Of the book, Midwest Book Review says, "In many ways, Panic River is the quintessential story of middle-age revelations and angst; but it also presents an edgy exploration of the impact of an inheritance which changes everything and exposes the darker underside of a much-changed relationship.... Elliott Foster excels at creating a hard-hitting story that begins softly, with a life on the verge of big changes, and then moves into the protagonist's ability to accept illusion and, finally, reality. This forces him - and readers - to understand not only the pull and power of past influences, but their ability to craft and warp present-day reality."
Learn more about the book at Elliottfoster.com.
Neffatira’s First Challenge is the coming of age story of Neffatira, is a 14-year-old girl who considers herself an outcast. With her yellow eyes and distinct freckled face, she is very different than the other kids at school. The book begins with a secret from her past being revealed, and soon thereafter, she and her friend, Jessica, are whisked away to a strange land where the rules are different, and they must learn them quick in order to survive.
When not writing novels, Tom Xavier directs the nationally recognized Songs of Hope (soundsofhope.org) global music project for young artists aged 9 to 16.
A story about Melody Page's effort to overturn an unfair law in the state of Florida aired Feb. 10 at 11 p.m. on WPEC TV, the CBS affiliate in West Palm Beach, Fla.
Page is a founding member of the Florida Medical Rights Association. Her organization has been very active in trying to get Florida’s so-called “Free Kill” law repealed, and significant progress was made a few weeks ago. HB 6051 is in the House to repeal Florida's Free Kill law, which protects doctors and hospitals from lawsuits in cases where a person who dies of medical negligence does not have a spouse, or a child under the age of 25.
Page's motivation was the death of her father, Ken Sandberg. He died at a Broward County hospital after an inappropriate dose of a medication he was given to sedate him caused him to stop breathing. In Sandberg’s case, his wife had died just days before he did, and his children are in their 40s. This family, and many others just like them, have no legal recourse even when negligence is clearly to blame for a loved one’s death.
Learn more about the organization seeking to bring about change here: Floridamedicalrights.org.