Today’s JenningsWire podcast guest is writer, Carrie Herzner, who when burdened by the suggestion that her genetics and upbringing were to blame for the failure of her marriage, chronicled her journey of discovery as she reconnected with her father after his abandonment and their subsequent twenty-year estrangement. She is author of the memoir, Good Luck Bill.
How Does Childhood Shape The Ability To Love?
- Is the ability to love passed down through generations?
- What feelings can be harbored as children grow up?
- How can children born into dysfunctional home break the cycle?
- What role does forgiveness play?
- What else do you want us to know?
Please visit her website, www.carrieherzner.com to learn more and connect with Carrie.
This podcast is presented by Annie Jennings, of the National Publicity Firm, Annie Jennings PR that specializes in providing book marketing strategies to self-published and traditionally published authors. Annie Jennings PR books authors, speakers and experts on major top city radio talk shows that broadcast to the heart of the market, on local, regionally syndicated and national TV shows and on influential online media and in prestigious print magazines and newspapers.
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