This book is only available on Amazon and there is not an audiobook. We are trying to arrange for the author to come to the meeting.
Corey Brookshire, a young African American man from Washington, D.C., arrives at a crossroad in his life after the untimely death of his mother Dorothea. From the outside looking in, he appears to have it all but nobody knows the internal struggle that plagues his mind nearly every day.
Struggling to make sense of his new reality, Corey tries to use his career and accomplishments as a way to avoid dealing with the uncomfortable truths of his past. Little by little his growing unhappiness and unwillingness to get help begins to affect his life in ways he never imagined.
Corey soon finds himself navigating through the uncharted territory of an unfulfilling but promising career, new marriage and a barrage of buried unresolved pain. He unintentionally embarks on a journey of self-discovery where he must confront the toils of brokenness, mental anguish and the male stigma of seeking help if he is to find the freedom he so earnestly desires.