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Qwana Reynolds-Frasier new book Friend In Your Pocket Conversations Session One strives to motivate anyone wanting to enhance and enrich their lives.
Less than 300 pages, Friend In Your Pocket Conversations Session will have readers intrigued to do something different leaving an impact. Short, sweet, sincere, and to the point; Friends In Your Pocket has no fluff. As long as Author Qwana Reynolds keeps breathing “Friend In Your Pocket” franchise will tackle relevant questions and situations people may ponder daily; with vigor, real life examples, quotes, humor, experiments, etc.. Owana Reynolds is a woman with the “Gift of Word” that will influence everyone who sees or hears her spoken or unspoken words.
Qwana Reynolds-Frasier goal is to show “My Friends” that they have a story to tell and they should look at their trauma as a gift. However, if her readers have not had a personal trauma Qwana strives to make them aware of what their fellow, “Friends” are going through. Her readers should ask themselves the question, “how can I help the people around me that have overcome or are in the process of overcoming trauma?”
Qwana sincerely hopes that “Overall becoming people of substance who will begin to make better decisions that will impact our world in a positive matter.” – Qwana Reynolds-Frasier
About the Author:
Qwana M. “BabyGirl” Reynolds-Frasier is a 37-year-old Native New Yorker currently residing in Bergen County NJ. She graduated from City College in Harlem with a Bachelors degree of Psychology. Qwana is currently working as a Case Manager for a Non Profit Organization in New York City; She works in a Juvenile Detention Center for Boys. She has worked in the Social Service field for over 16 years where she has worked with families from all cultural, ethnic, and socio-economic backgrounds. Qwana Reynolds-Frasier decided that she wanted to provide a work that would be available to anyone seeking motivation, inspiration, and hope. Her experiences helped to create, “Friend in Your Pocket”; She is humbled and forever indebted to those children, their families, and her co-workers for allowing her to share some of their most intimate and rawest moments.
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