This is a book about what women like to talk about most: men, each other, life,and their money.
Can You Handle The Truth
CAN YOU HANDLE THE TRUTH
There is an ancient mantra that proclaims “the truth shall set you free”, however, how beneficial is that freedom if the individual can’t handle the truth? Author Stefany “J” Jones has produced a work outlining the guidelines towards successfully embracing the truth of one’s destiny and becoming proactive in the pursuit of a life based on that truth in her recently released work “Can You Handle the Truth”. ISBN#978-1-4303-1644-2 – The book is available for purchase on Barnes & Noble.com, Amazon.com, Borders.com, and through the website (www.canuhandlethetruth.com). “Stefany J.” as she’s known from her previous stint as host of a self-named cable network talk show program, challenges readers to de-program their consciousness and preconceived perspectives on what is fact and what is fiction. She exposes myths associated with relationships, finances, religious institutions, incarceration, health, wellness, employment and education. More than a typical self-help book, Can You Handle the Truth reads as a conversation between the author and reader as if serving in the capacity of mentor and mentee, guiding the reader to proactive steps in obtaining financial empowerment to becoming enlightened as it pertains to dealing with the opposite sex in relationships. Having conducted a series of interviews and random surveys, Stefany J. shares the experiences and love life stories of everyday African American men, and proceeds to illuminate how any person regardless of background, race, gender or socio-economic status can let go of the lies of their youth and effectively embrace and handle with care the truth of their existence which will effectively lead to a life free from self-debilitating deceptive mistruths.Can You Handle the Truth shares readily available resources with the reader who is seeking additional assistance in handling the truth of their relationships with men, with sisters, and their finances. The author also shares insider information on tricks of the trade when pursuing a debt free life (www.waystobewealthynow.com).
I have always personally believed that the measure of a man is not in how much he has materially gained or even how much he is willing to give me; but the true measure of a man is embedded in the depth of his soul: for the deeper his soul, the greater the treasure.