Do you remember your first love? Meagan will never forget hers because he held an important role in her life that should have prevented them from coming together as one. There were so many reasons for her and William not to be together, such as their twenty-one-year age difference. Tragedy took the lives of those who would stand in their way, and Meagan was happy that it had—at first. Those people, who had taught her the deadly game and opened Pandora’s Box at an early age, were the ones who sent her into William’s arms; yet it was his constant cheating and physical abuse that would send her into the arms of many others. Now that she’s unhappily married, Meagan searches for love through a cougar’s eyes, and she thinks she may have found it in Devin, a man young enough to be her own child. But her husband’s sneaky moves are in the way. It takes her limousine driver, Angelo, to open her eyes to the immediate danger that she is in. He accidentally stumbles across a past that neither of them knew about or is ready to acknowledge. With a history filled with lies, murder, and constant disrespect, all parties seem to be tied together in ways they never imagined. With Meagan’s world crumbling to pieces, their lives form a murderous love letter that is signed, Disrespectfully Yours.
Raising a child to be respectful is a full-time job. It can be difficult to balance the overwhelming love you feel for your child and the need to discipline them. It is more beneficial for your child when you are a parent that sets boundaries and holds yourself to enforcing the rules. Parental authority describes the responsibilities and duties that a parent has to their child until they reach the age of maturity (18). Parental authority grants you the opportunity to have the final say in what happens to your child and how they will be raised as well as a promise to watch out for their safety and well being. Parental authority also carries the weight of the decisions the parent must make to help their child grow up and navigate the world around them and to become a productive member of society. Raising children to become adults who will be responsible and treat others with respect and kindness is the goal of every parent, which is why it is crucial to know how to bring up well-balanced children who know how to respect you.. This book provides struggling parents with some insights and strategies into how to address a disrespectful child and how to raise children who know how to listen and follow through.
The Political Manifesto For All Americans From The Middle Class On Down Has Finally Arrived. The First Mass Counter Offensive Against The Class War That Was Initiated By The Rich Against All The Rest Of Middle America Has Begun With The Publication Of This Book. The Problems Of Mass Unemployment, Wholesale Foreclosures, A Broken Public School System And Healthcare System, Of Mass Inequality Due To An Illegal Transfer Of Wealth, Predatory Student Loans And A Rigged Economic System Have Now Become The New Civil Rights Issues Of The 21st Century. Before The Publication Of This Book, The Civil Rights Movement In America Had Been Marking Time Ever Since Rev. Dr. King Was Assassinated In April Of 1968. But As Of Now, That Historic Movement Of The People Has Been Re-initiated. This Book And Its Author Lend Another Voice To The Growing Chorus Of American Dissenters Who Want An End To Ten Years Of Endless War. This Book Is Intended To Be The Handbook For This New Civil Rights/Antiwar Movement. There Has Not Been A Book Like This Published Since "Common Sense" By Thomas Paine Was Published At The Start Of The US Revolutionary War. This Book Is A Must-Read For Everyone Who Is Concerned About America's Future.
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