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Terrence Alan Crews is an American actor, comedian, activist, artist, and former professional football player. Crews played Julius Rock on the UPN/CW sitcom Everybody Hates Chris.
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No Visible Bruises
What We Don’t Know About Domestic Violence Can Kill Us
Rachel Louise Snyder - May 07, 2019
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An award-winning journalist's intimate investigation of the true scope of domestic violence, revealing how the roots of America's most pressing social crises are buried in abuse that happens behind closed doors. We call it domestic violence. We call it private violence. Sometimes we call it intimate terrorism. But whatever we call it, we generally ...
Terry Crews
Dec 17, 2019
TERRY’S BOOK CLUB: NO VISIBLE BRUISES by RACHEL LOUISE SNYDER @rlswrites rlswrites and incredible book on what defines domestic violence, and how it is often hidden or misnomered in far more heinous crimes. I can…     source
The Master Key System
Charles F. Haanel - Mar 13, 2018 (first published in 1912)
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Charles F. Haanel's groundbreaking work -- an inspiration for the mega-selling The Secret -- has returned with fresh advice for the modern age...
Terry Crews
Jan 20, 2017
I have read hundreds of personal development books, but this is the one that clearly showed me how to visualize, contemplate, and focus on what it was I truly wanted.     source
You Are Not So Smart
Why You Have Too Many Friends on Facebook, Why Your Memory Is Mostly Fiction, an d 46 Other Ways You're Deluding Yourself
David McRaney - Nov 06, 2012 (first published in 2011)
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An entertaining illumination of the stupid beliefs that make us feel wise, based on the popular blog of the same name. Whether you’re deciding which smartphone to purchase or which politician to believe, you think you are a rational being whose every decision is based on cool, detached logic. But here’s the truth: You are not so smart. You’re just ...
Terry Crews
Jan 20, 2017
Both books are absolutely essential to me in order to keep my perspectives correct in a changing world.     source
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Man's Search for Meaning
Viktor E. Frankl - Jun 01, 2006 (first published in 1946)
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Psychiatrist Viktor Frankl's memoir has riveted generations of readers with its descriptions of life in Nazi death camps and its lessons for spiritual survival. Based on his own experience and the stories of his patients, Frankl argues that we cannot avoid suffering but we can choose how to cope with it, find meaning in it, and move forward with re...
Terry Crews
Jan 20, 2017
Both books are absolutely essential to me in order to keep my perspectives correct in a changing world.     source
How to Stop Worrying and Start Living
Dale Carnegie - Jan 01, 2019 (first published in 1944)
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The book 'How to stop worrying & start living' suggest many ways to conquer worry and lead a wonderful life.The book mentions fundamental facts to know about worry and magic formula for solving worry-some situations.Psychologists & Doctors' view:Worry can make even the most stolid person ill.Worry may cause nervous breakdown.Worry can even cause to...
Terry Crews
Such a great book.     source
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Engineering the Alpha
A Real World Guide to an Unreal Life
John Romaniello - Apr 08, 2014 (first published in 2013)
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Despite what most guys think, hormones are just as important for them as they are for women. However, by the age of 30, the typical man’s testosterone levels start to drop 1 percent each year, which can result in less muscle, less energy, more fat, and a flagging sex drive.After a decade of research, health and fitness expert John Romaniello has di...
Terry Crews
I read Man 2.0: Engineering the Alpha. And I was like this is crazy. It was unthinkable that you only eat eight hours in a day and a sixteen hour fast. And I do it every day.     source