Category Archives: Book Ramblings
After months of trying to find some time to sit down and read some of the books
that I had gotten for Christmas, I was finally able to finish a book called Jay’s Journal by Anonymous. It’s from the same people who published the book Go Ask Alice and is very similar; however, this book is more so about the Occult where Go Ask Alice focused more-so on drugs. There was a lot pertaining to drugs in this book as well, but that’s more so toward the beginning of the book. Continue reading →
Posted on March 20, 2012
A couple of weeks ago I created Familial Ramblings’ Twitter page and if you’ve ever had a Twitter account, you’ll know that one of the first steps is to find people to follow. There is a large variety of people that you can follow ranging from close friends to celebrities to magazines you read and more. I decided to follow some friends from my personal Twitter account along with fellow bloggers to see what they were up to. I also decided I wanted to follow others who were interested in the many aspects of families and relationships in order for me to be able to gain some new ideas of what I could potentially write about. I ended up following one Barbara J. Peters, a licensed Relationship Counselor and author whom I thought may be helpful in getting some ideas about possible future posts on relationships.
I must have followed the right person because maybe a day after I had followed Mrs. Peters, she had sent me a chapter from her book He Said, She Said, I Said.
I was thrilled! I’m always looking for new material to read to help me, not only, with writing my blog, but also with my journey to becoming a counselor. Due to being bogged down with other necessary readings for my classes, I was unable to read the chapter until today. After reading it, I decided that I wanted to share my opinion on the book with you, my readers. Now, do remember I’ve only read one chapter out of this book, so I can only make statements pertaining to said chapter; though, I do hope to read the rest of the book sometime soon and then will be able to write a more in-depth review. Continue reading →
Posted on March 19, 2012