Rita Gigante has dedicated her adult life to healing people spiritually, emotionally, and physically. She has a degree in exercise physiology and is a licensed massage therapist and Reiki master. In 2010 she formed the Collective Healing Network, a group of healers that conducts monthly sessions in New York and New Jersey. Rita also has a private practice outside of New York City, where uses healing methods including energy therapy, intuitive healing, spiritual counseling, sound therapy, and angel readings.
Natasha Stoynoff is a New York Times best-selling author with six books to her credit. Most recently, she was a correspondent for People magazine for nearly two decades. Before that, she worked as a news reporter/photographer for The Toronto Star, columnist for The Toronto Sun, and freelancer for Time magazine. She lives in New York City, where she writes books and screenplays.
A Thoughtful and brutally honest story of discovering the true self. I was amazed at the crazy childhood the author had to endure. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Linda
Great story? It is Quick read. I could hardly put this book down. It's very interesting reading about the children of the Mafia.Published 8 months ago by Lisa
Probably the best biography I have ever read. This is not just a family history -it is just as much about dealing and conquering family trauma - which most families are dealing... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Mrs. Sylvia E Sullo
It's hard to believe that someone other than Ms. Gigante would put their name to this work. If I was her co-author, I would have preferred to be a ghost writer so that my name... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Natalie
Rita was quite candid while trying to honor and respect her family. I found her story very interesting, especially from the view of being the child, rather than a fellow Mafia... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Mary
Great story, one a lot of people can relate to. Very interesting how a father and daughter can reunite their relationship.Published 19 months ago by Evon Martin
I thought I was going to get a Sopranos-type read. Quite the opposite. Very depressing about a girl being lied to by her family and mental illness. Leave it on the shelf.Published 21 months ago by Book 'Em Danno