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Deborah Grayson Riegel , a professional speaker and executive coach, and Sophie Riegel, a year-old freshman at Duke University, write from personal experience. Deborah suffers from three anxiety disorders, and Sophie from four. They have found ways to flourish despite their struggles through turning to psychologists and psychiatrists for help, and supporting one another in rough patches. Recently they decided to take the best from what they learned from mental health professionals — and from one another — to share their hard-earned wisdom with parents, teens, educators, and others seeking strategies for alleviating anxiety.
The story is told from the perspective of Jerome, a year-old boy who was shot and killed by the police while playing with a toy gun. As a ghost, Jerome watches protests unfold and slowly begins to understand the significance of his wrongful death. The book highlights a tale of police brutality as told by two teen boys. The catch?
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