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Want to Communicate Better? Sit Down and Have A Cup of Coffee
Debut Novel "Coffee Shop Therapist: Sound Advice for Life's Spills" discusses how to start conversations that others tend to avoid.
For author Kizzy K. Johnson, the idea of coffee and the way people communicate inspired her to write a book, “Coffee Shop Therapist: Sound Advice For Life’s Spills.” “I'm all about showing people how to begin the conversations they tend to avoid,” says Kizzy.
The book takes taboos, stigmas and controversial topics head on, one story at a time. Each story begins with someone unsure of how to approach a sensitive topic and ends with Kizzy showing them how to face it, tell the truth and get the truth. Sometimes it’s blunt, and sometimes it’s even messy but it’s always necessary.
Follow the author as she gives advice on issues like Open-Relationships, Homosexuality, Addiction and Adultery. After reading “Coffee Shop Therapist; Sound Advice for Life’s Spills” you’ll be able to wipe up your own life spills. Everyone has had to either avoid or face one or more of the topics discussed in this book. If you want to stop avoiding them, stop feeling ashamed, stop feeling unsure or confused on how to approach them then “Coffee Shop Therapist: Sound Advice for Life’s Spills” shows you how to do just that.
For more information on “Coffee Shop Therapist” Sound Advice for Life’s Spills” and Kizzy K. Johnson, please visit www.kizzykjohnson.com. For press inquires, email email@example.com.
About the Author
Kizzy is an Author and Poet living in St. Louis, MO. Kizzy. She is the Owner of Pomei, LLC, a creative writing boutique that focuses on personalized poems, letters and ghost writing. She is an active member of the St. Louis poetry community. She was a member of Urb Poetry Collective, a group of poets who perform poetry events across the Mid-West region for private parties, fund-raisers and other occasions.. Her inspiration is limitless. Her family and community motivate her. Her compassion for humanity transfers to you when you hear her speak to social issues that plague people’s abilities to live more fulfilling lives.
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