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Love Struggles: A Return to Self (Volume 1) Paperback – May 31, 2017
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About the Author
Romeo J. Ballayan is a BSW graduate from The University of Central Florida. Romeo has worked as a Medical and Non-medical Case Manager for several years. He has primarily provided services for clients who have struggled with drug and alcohol misuse, mental health disorders, and HIV/AIDS. His clients have all expressed challenges with mental and physical abuse, suicidal ideations, and poor self-esteem. His goal has always been to bring clients to their own awareness, which is where he believes real, meaningful healing truly begins. He was inspired to write this book while encouraging his clients to work through their deeply rooted pain as he overcame his own.
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What a truly wonderful book. The people in this world that have a drive to rescue others often need to rescue themselves first, although (as a rescuer myself) we don't see that. Romeo J Ballayan is quite obviously a rescuer. He works with clients that have struggled with drug and alcohol misuse, mental health disorders and HIV/AIDS. Writing his book Love Struggles: A Return To Self helped him identify something he couldn't resolve as he wasn't willing to face it. Through this book he has faced his demons, dealt with his emotions and it is obvious that he has completely come out the other side.
I would recommend this book to anyone that feels they are lost and that have destructive thought processes. They will learn the value in emotional self-management and the importance of observing their train of thought