21 Remote Escape Games Up For Grabs In The Largest Ever Giveaway In Escape Room History

USA, February 1, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — 7 escape rooms, including premier brands like Hourglass Escapes, Entermission VR, Wild Goose Escapes, Fox in a Box Chicago, and well known brand & room escape conference Up The Game, have teamed up to give away 21 remote escape games via The Biggest Online Escape Room Giveaway.

How will the giveaway work?
To enter the giveaway, people need to visit https://escaperoomgiveaways.com and sign up.
Upon successful registration, participants will be notified of their giveaway details via email.

Participants can further boost their chances of winning by gaining bonus points, which can be accrued by getting referral signups, sharing the giveaway on social media, visiting the escape room partners’ social media accounts, and so on.

Winners will be selected via random draw, which will be held on Facebook Live.
Participants will be notified about the event via email.
Members of the press and anybody else who wants to participate in the event can join the event via the official giveaway Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/escaperoomfans.

What is the reward?
The giveaway will have 3 winners, each of whom will receive an escape game voucher, which will be good for one remote escape game at each of the participating escape rooms for up to 8 players (exact details will vary depending on the particular escape room).

What is a remote escape game?
It’s an escape game that’s played over a video call.
Players either direct a live actor who’s inside the actual room, or they navigate a 3D simulation of the room over their PC.

Suitable for almost all ages and a great idea for an online get-together, remote escape games provide people an incredible opportunity to bond, even if they’re stuck in different places.

For further information, please visit the website https://escaperoomgiveaways.com, or contact support@escaperoomgiveaways.com.

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Armin Lear To Release The Sweetness of Venus on Valentine’s Day

The Sweetness of Venus front cover drawing of a woman being scrutinized

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Wild Pansy logo is a stylized flower incorporating the crown theme of the Armin Lear logo

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A photo of The Sweetness of Venus author Sarah Chadwick

Author Sarah Chadwick

On-Sale Date of February 1 Allows Delivery in Time to Make It a Gift

The Sweetness of Venus is an exciting romp through the cultural history of the most taboo part of women’s bodies:
the clitoris.”

— Ashley Holstrom, Foreword Reviews (March / April 2021)

BOULDER, CO, UNITED STATES, February 1, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — THE SWEETNESS OF VENUS: A HISTORY OF THE CLITORIS by Sarah Chadwick will be released by Wild Pansy, a new imprint of Armin Lear Press, on Valentine’s Day 2021. The on-sale date of February 1 means the book can be purchased and shipped prior to the official publication date.

The book is the product of years of research by first-time author Chadwick who interviewed, and was reviewed by, some of the leading authorities in the field of human sexuality. The author takes readers on a romp through history, spotlighting misconceptions, fabrications, and discoveries about the clitoris. Relying on sound science, and offering fascinating stories throughout history, Chadwick entertains as vividly as she informs.

"What a breath of fresh air—finally, a book prioritizing the importance of the clitoris and sexual pleasure, backed up by science, thorough historical research, and so much humor!”

Dr. Tanaya Narendra, Sexual Health Influencer of the Year, 2020

“Chadwick tackles this complex and vital topic with a lightness of touch and great intelligence.”
Sara Sloan, creator of Twelve4pleasure podcast

“This book eloquently answers all the questions we’ve wondered about. Chadwick tells the story of the clitoris in an enlightening, amusing, and knowledgeable way.”
Dr. Sunny Rodgers, doctor of human sexuality and clinical sexologist
About Armin Lear Press (www.arminlear.com)

Armin Lear was founded in 2019 with the purpose of publishing books connecting people with ideas that make our lives richer, more fulfilling, and happier. Its founders have 26 years of publishing experience. Armin Lear imprints are Thousand Acres (fiction) and Wild Pansy (sex and human sexuality). The company headquarters is near Boulder, Colorado with a production office in Arlington, Virginia. Armin Lear is a member of the Independent Book Publishers Association.

TITLE THE SWEETNESS OF VENUS
SUBTITLE A History of the Clitoris
AUTHOR Sarah Chadwick
ISBN 978-1-7362988-3-1 (PB)
978-1-7354650-7-3 (eBook)
PUB DATE February 14, 2021
PUBLISHER Wild Pansy, an imprint of Armin Lear Press
DISTRIBUTION The Wild Pansy edition of THE SWEETNESS OF VENUS is available only in the United States and Canada.

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Köln Nachwuchskünstler Arian Chyk meistert die Pandemie

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KöLN, NRW, GERMANY, February 1, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Ein Jahr begleitet uns die Corona-Pandemie nun schon. Dieses Jahr voller Einschränkungen macht auch vor der Kunst nicht halt. 'Inspiration im Alltag' hört man häufig aus den Künstlermündern, wenn es um die Frage nach ihren Ideen geht. Der Nachwuchskünstler Arian Chyk aus Köln findet in den ungewöhnlichen Eindrücken während der Pandemie Inspiration für neue Werke. Doch wie wirkt sich Corona wirklich auf die Kunst aus? Auf aktuellen Kunstwerken finden wir immer häufiger Merkmale der Corona-Pandemie. Banksy's Affen und die Mona Lisa tragen Masken, Krankenschwestern sind die neuen Helden und Viren sind die aktuellen Trend-Motive. Was für Einige gewöhnungsbedürftig aussieht, ist für die Künstler der neue Alltag und Inspiration für neue Ideen. Doch wie wird es mit der 'Corona-Kunst' weiter gehen? Wollen wir sie schnell wieder vergessen, oder wird uns auch in zehn Jahren noch der Affe mit Maske an der Wohnzimmerwand an die Pandemie erinnern? Diese Fragen bleiben vorerst unbeantwortet. Doch für Künstler bietet die Corona-Kunst ein Ventil um Sorgen über Gesundheit und Finanzen verarbeiten zu können. Der 9-jährige Arian Chyk, der sich schon mit jungen Jahren einen Namen in der Kunst-Szene machen konnte, teilt mit uns seine persönlichen Eindrücke und Sorgen während der Pandemie. Der Schul- und Gitarrenunterricht findet Zuhause am Computer statt und die wöchentlichen Kung-Fu-Stunden fallen aus. Zwischen den Online-Unterrichtsstunden kann Arian jetzt aber mehr Zeit in seine Kunst investieren. In der Galerie `Kunstbruder` in Kölns belgischem Viertel, entstehen Arians Bilder. Hier kann er seiner Kunst freien Lauf lassen und sich künstlerisch austoben. In der Galerie gibt es keine Grenzen. Es darf dreckig werden und Arian stehen allerlei Materialien zur Verfügung, um sich auszutoben.
Auch auf seinem neuesten Werk kann man die Spuren der Pandemie nicht übersehen. Arian hat zwei seiner Katzen mit einer Maske versehen.
Für Arian gehörten die Masken bisher zum Sprühen von Graffitis, um die Atemwege vor der Farbe zu schützen. "Jetzt denke ich manchmal, dass alle Leute mit Maske gleich ein Graffiti an die Wand sprühen wollen." Auch die leere Großstadt hat in Arian neue Inspirationen ausgelöst. "Wenn nicht so viele Menschen unterwegs sind, kann ich die ganzen Graffitis viel besser sehen und entdecke immer neue Kunstwerke. Außerdem sehe ich jetzt ganz viele Katzen in der Stadt. Die habe ich vor Corona nie gesehen. Ein Freund hat mir erzählt, dass auch Katzen Corona kriegen können. Deshalb hatte ich die Idee für mein neues Bild" erzählt der Schüler.
Eigentlich hat Arian in diesem Jahr vier Ausstellungen geplant. Leider müssen sie ausfallen. Dieses Leid teilen viele in der Kunst-Szene. Doch Online-Ausstellungen oder Einzelausstellungen im öffentlichen Raum, bieten neue Wege Kunst zu genießen und werden uns sicher in Zukunft weiterhin begleiten. Arian freut sich trotzdem schon darauf wieder Ausstellungen besuchen und auch seine eigenen veranstalten zu können.

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Holabird Western Americana Collections will kick off 2021 with a Sweetheart Express Auction, Feb. 11-15, live and online

Large, beautifully detailed pewter sculpture by Michael Boyett, titled The Unconquered (Breaking Through at Abinaki Pass) (1993) #283 of 950, artist signed (est. $2,000-$4,000).

Circa 1903 miner’s parade banner by Whitehead & Hoag, marked as “El Paso County”, intended for the United Mine Workers strike against Colorado coal companies (est. $10,000-$15,000).

1862 Lincoln silver Peace Medal, 62.5 mm, About Uncirculated, the only Presidential peace medal issued in a year other than the inauguration date of the president (est. $20,000-$29,000).

Leadville (Colo.) presentation silver ingot, inscribed, “From Geo. W. Cook to Col. J. J. Slocum Leadville Col June 1881 965 fine”, about 23 troy ounces, 3.5 inches long (est. $20,000-$25,000).

Original tintype of George Armstrong Custer in a non-political case, 3 ¼ inches by 3 ½ inches, taken in 1865 by Matthew Brady, the famous Civil War-era photographer (est. $8,000-$20,000).

Headlining the auction are two major collections: Gary Nelson (railroadiana) and Stewart “Scotty” MacKenzie (Montana mining). Nearly 4,000 lots will be sold.

The first auction of 2021 promises to be our best sale in several years, in every category. We’ve been fortunate to receive many key collections to offer some of the best material to be sold in years.”

— Fred Holabird

RENO, NV, UNITED STATES, February 1, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Already famous for its five-day monster auctions that feature thousands of lots in a rainbow of collecting categories, Holabird Western Americana Collections will up the ante with a Sweetheart Express Auction, also five days, from February 11th-15th, online and live in the Reno gallery located at 3555 Airway Drive. The sale is bursting with nearly 4,000 premier lots.

“The first sale of 2021 promises to be our best sale in several years – across the board – in every category,” said Fred Holabird, president and owner of Holabird Western Americana Collections. “We’ve been fortunate to receive many key collections to offer some of the best material to be sold in years. It may be the best cross-section of collectibles since the big market crash of 2008.”

Start times all five days are 8 am Pacific time, with Internet bidding available via iCollector.com, LiveAuctioneers.com, Invaluable.com and Auctionzip.com. Telephone and absentee bids will also be accepted. The full catalog can be viewed online now, at www.HolabirdAmericana.com. For those planning to attend the auction in person, all state and CDC regulations and protocols regarding the COVID-19 coronavirus (masks, social distancing, etc.) will be strictly enforced

The auction is titled The Sweetheart Express because it’s loaded with sweet deals right around Valentine’s Day and contains thousands of gift ideas for that special someone. The sale will be headlined by two major collections: the Gary Nelson collection of railroadiana and the Stewart MacKenzie collection of Montana mining. Both should attract a great deal of bidder interest.

Top billing goes to Gary Nelson, a lifetime collector and railroad employee whose collection features hundreds of trains in excellent working condition, engines, accessories, buildings, specialty cars (such as snow plows and maintenance cars, with crews), tracks, one-of-a-kind trains (many in mint or near-mint condition), and hundreds of different multi-signal lamps.

There are also hundreds of railroad lanterns, including a Wabash embossed lamp with a teal globe, railroad signal signs, rolling stock with factory errors, a 1930s Standard Gauge in near-mint condition and more. All-model train scales and gauges include S-Gauge, O-Gauge, HO-Gauge and O-27. Names like Lionel, MTH, American Flyer and Buddy “L” are all included. The collection includes the very first cast-iron train purchased from the Graham Clayton collection.

Stewart “Scotty” MacKenzie (1942-2020) of Chinook, Montana was a die-hard Montana “paper” collector. One of his great finds was the archive of the Pony, Montana Miners Union, with all their banners, badges and accoutrements. At trade shows he’d have boxes of letters and invoices, having learned that the billhead and letterhead market needed more Montana mining material.

MacKenzie also discovered tons of mining stocks. He brought Montana to the forefront when he acquired the huge holdings of the Butte mines. Armed with thousands of stocks signed by mining magnate William A. Clark, MacKenzie fed these pieces into the worldwide certificate market, increasing global demand. His collection of Montana billheads, letterheads and stocks is huge.

Day 1, on Thursday, February 11th, will feature general Americana (jewelry, marbles and toys, geographic sort and miscellaneous), bottles and saloon collectibles (including brewing items and drug ephemera), mining collectibles and Part 1 of stocks and bonds (to include mining paper). Featured will be stocks and bonds (especially oil stocks) from Ken Prag’s sizable collection of U.S. businesses other than mining and railroad. Included are great rarities in every category, as well as rare autographs, including Thomas Edison and many other important financial figures.

Day 1 will contain rare Gold Rush and Western mining collectibles, to include a gorgeous gold-in-quartz watch chain and a James Marshall autograph ("Discoverer of Gold in California, January 19th, 1848", signed Jas. W. Marshall"). Also offered will be a Nome Mining photo album, a large Leadville ephemera collection, a circa 1903 United Mine Workers Pikes Peak banner, rare Nevada pieces (including a Con-Virginia assay ledger), and choice mining medals.

Day 2, on Friday, February 12th, will have Part II of stocks and bonds (to include oil, railroad, transportation, agriculture, banking, brewing and industrial), and firearms, military and political collectibles. The firearms and military portion will feature an original 1865 tintype of Gen. Custer by Matthew Brady in a case, and several Colts with papers, including a Copper Queen Mine security force revolver from 1907 and one from 1876, engraved by Louis D. Nimschke.

Day 3, on Saturday, February 13th, will feature railroadiana and transportation, numismatics, tokens and sports. The numismatics section will include an 1862 Lincoln silver Peace Medal with Osage provenance, three choice ingots (an 1881 Leadville silver presentation ingot, a Vulture Mine gold ingot and a 1,000-plus-ounce U.S. Assay Office silver ingot), a California tokens collection, wooden nickels, U.S. gold coin “look-alike” counters and so-called dollars.

Day 4, Valentine’s Day, features art, Native Americana (to include a collection of 19th century photos and documents, including photos of Apache leaders such as Geronimo and two Apache Scout Medal of Honors winners), philatelic and Part 1 of Bargains & Dealer Specials (stocks and bonds). The philatelic section has an 1883 Sheriff R.H. Paul letter about a stage coach robbery and murder in the Arizona Territory, plus thousands of postcards from the Ken Prag collection.

The art category contains fantastic material across the board, the best Holabird has ever offered, such as David Roberts lithographs (Egypt and the Holy Land, circa 1842-1844), selections from the Ben-T art collection (including a superb map from the reign of Peter the Great, circa 1722), great oil paintings by some prominent early 20th century Russian artists, and other fine pieces.

Also included in Day 4 is the Albert Cauchon sculptures collection, featuring over a thousand Chilmark pewter statues, beautifully detailed, by artists such as Don Polland and Michael Boyett. Some are Native American-themed, some are Western-themed and some are Civil War-era. They range in height from four inches to three feet. It’s the largest collection to be offered publicly.

Day 5, Monday, February 15th, will conclude the sale with Part 2 of Bargains & Dealer Specials, to include philatelic items, more numismatics and some general Americana – a total of 708 lots.

Color catalogs are available by calling 1-844-492-2766, or 775-851-1859. Also, anyone owning a collection that might fit into an upcoming Holabird Western Americana Collections auction is encouraged to get in touch. The firm travels extensively throughout the U.S., to see and pick up collections. The company has agents all over America and will travel to inspect most collections.
Holabird Western Americana Collections is always in the hunt for new and major collections to bring to market. It prides itself as being a major source for selling Americana at the best prices obtainable, having sold more than any other similar company in the past decade alone. The firm will have its entire sales database online soon, at no cost – nearly 200,00 lots sold since 2014.
To consign a single piece or a collection, you may call Fred Holabird at 775-851-1859 or 844-492-2766; or, you can send an e-mail to fredholabird@gmail.com. To learn more about Holabird Western Americana Collections and the 5-day Sweetheart Express Auction planned for Thursday thru Monday, Feb. 11th-15th, please visit www.holabirdamericana.com. Updates are posted often.
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Positive Americana Creative Contest to Reward Fiction Jewelry Mom Made in America

Participate in Positive Americana Design Contest to Win the Sweetest Rewards Made in America By Moms #madebymoms #madeinamerica #positiveamerica www.MadeinAmericaByMoms.com

Participate in Positive Americana Design Contest to Win the Sweetest Rewards Made in America By Moms #madebymoms #madeinamerica #positiveamerica www.MadeinAmericaByMoms.com

We're rewarding Positive Americana contest winners Fiction Jewelry Mom Made in America by Parrish Walsh #madeinamericabymoms #fictionjewelry www.FictionJewelry.com

We’re rewarding Positive Americana contest winners Fiction Jewelry Mom Made in America by Parrish Walsh #madeinamericabymoms #fictionjewelry www.FictionJewelry.com

Positive Values Make US Stronger #positiveamericana www.PositiveAmericana.com

Positive Values Make US Stronger #positiveamericana www.PositiveAmericana.com

Kidazzler is a national parenting platform built by parents for parents. #kidazzler www.Kidazzler.com

Kidazzler is a national parenting platform built by parents for parents. #kidazzler www.Kidazzler.com

We Help Companies Find Talented Professionals and Generate Proceeds to Do Good www.RecruitingforGood.com

We Help Companies Find Talented Professionals and Generate Proceeds to Do Good www.RecruitingforGood.com

Staffing agency, Recruiting for Good sponsors creative positive messaging contest; and is now rewarding the most inspiring entries with goodies made by moms.

We're grateful to reward Fiction Jewelry personally designed by Talented Mom Parrish Walsh.”

— Carlos Cymerman, Fun Advocate+Founder, Recruiting for Good

SANTA MONICA, CA, UNITED STATES, February 1, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Recruiting for Good (R4G) is a staffing agency helping companies find talented professionals and generating proceeds to fund rewarding programs and social positive contests.

The purpose of 'Positive Americana' contest is to inspire unity and love for the US. Every week, the most inspiring creative design entry wins a sweet reward 'Made in America by Moms.'

Parrish Walsh curator and owner of Fiction Jewelry is one of our creative moms who will design personalized jewelry.

According to Recruiting for Good and The Sweetest Gig, Founder, Carlos Cymerman, "We celebrate passionate moms who design creative sweets in their lovely shops by rewarding 'The Best American Made Goodies!'"

Positive American Creative Design Contest is Launching on Valentine's Day 2021

Participants can be 5 to 105 years old and live in the US.

Participants use their creative design and drawing skills to inspire a positive message about love, peace, and unity in the US.

Carlos Cymerman adds, "Julia Preston from Kidazzler was instrumental in the development and inspiration of 'Made in America by Moms.' I am grateful for the feedback, input, and service Kidazzler has provided my company."

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Fiction Jewelry By Parrish Walsh. You fall in love with the characters, drink in their emotions, and revel in their world. Now you can celebrate your love of books and relive the magic. Love wearing what inspires you close to your heart. Express your style in a personal way. www.FictionJewelry.com

Building America Back Better; only works when companies hire American talent to build products in the US. Since 1998, Recruiting for Good has supported Save US Jobs to help companies find the best local technical talent, and offer cost saving staffing solutions. Contact us to hire America's talented workforce first. To learn more visit www.SaveUSJobs.org

Since 1998, Recruiting for Good has been a purpose driven staffing company. Companies retain our recruiting agency to find talented and value driven professionals who love to use their talent for good in Accounting/Finance, Engineering, Information Technology, Marketing, Operations, and Sales. www.RecruitingforGood.com. R4G is on a fun mission; preparing kids for life to succeed thru 'The Sweetest Gig,' fun love work program.

The Sweetest Gig is a rewarding ‘Kid Love Work’ program; especially suited for ‘Grateful Working Professional Families’ that love preparing their kids to succeed in life. Sweet Creative Middle School Kids are hired on weekends to taste The World's Best Chocolate, write creative reviews (in English, French, or Hebrew), and earn meaningful perks to Do Good Deeds (Gift Mom Chocolate or Heal the World with Chocolate). The Sweetest Gig is created by Carlos Cymerman, and sponsored by Recruiting for Good. "Kids learn that anything meaningful, rewarding, and worthwhile; takes time, and effort." www.TheSweetestGig.com

Kidazzler is a national parenting platform built by parents for parents. Kidazzler makes it simple to find and discover kids activities, kids products, and family-friendly business and service providers. Kidazzler’s deals marketplace features exciting deals on kids classes, kids subscription boxes, kids programs, the best kid-friendly events and special deals on products and services for moms and parents! Find it all on www.kidazzler.com.

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The Fan-Brand and the United States Navy Sign Home Décor Licensing Agreement

United States Navy: Original Oval Rotating Lighted Wall Sign

United States Navy: Original Oval Rotating Lighted Wall Sign | thefan-brand.com

United States Navy: Retro Diner Lighted Wall Clock

United States Navy: Retro Diner Lighted Wall Clock | thefan-brand.com

United States Navy: Standard Pool Table Light

United States Navy: Standard Pool Table Light | thefan-brand.com

Deal Allows for the Manufacturing and Sales of United States Navy-branded Lighted Signs and Wall Décor

We sincerely thank the Navy for selecting us as a licensee and look forward to helping promote and honor those who serve our country.”

— Harrison Grimm, Founder & CEO

FAIRVIEW, PA, UNITED STATES, February 1, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Fan-Brand is proud to announce they have entered into a partnership with the United States Navy to develop and sell officially licensed lighted wall signs, pool table lights, and an assortment of wall décor products bearing their iconic marks and colors. These products are immediately available on The Fan-Brand direct-to-consumer website (www.thefan-brand.com) and through various online retailers.

“Since we started this company, as a manufacturing company solely based in the United States, it’s always been a goal of ours to work with our Armed Forces,” says Harrison Grimm, Founder & CEO of The Fan-Brand. “We sincerely thank the Navy for selecting us as a licensee and look forward to helping promote and honor those who serve our country.”

The Fan-Brand provides military veterans and supporters of the U.S. Armed Forces with unique and attractive ways to express their passion, decorate their home theater, bar or man cave, or show their support while at work. Its high-quality licensed products are conversation starters and are perfect for fans’ looking to express their passion with fellow military enthusiasts.

About The Fan-Brand

Founded in 2018, The Fan-Brand is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Grimm Industries, Inc., an acknowledged leader in innovative, plastic-based, signs and retail displays. Located in Fairview, PA, The Fan-Brand is family owned and operated with all products being made in the United States. Current licensing partners include more than 70 NCAA universities, the NHL, The United States Army, Mossy Oak, and NASA.

About the United States Navy

The United States Navy is an iconic brand that originated in 1775 and is rich in heritage and pride for many Americans. Today, the program has more than 400 licensees and attracts some the world’s most famous brands.

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Transcendent Journey Reveals Profound Wisdom

Minister and licensed psychotherapist Dr. Pieter Noomen

Minister and licensed psychotherapist Dr. Pieter Noomen

Dr. Noomen believed that either directly or indirectly, all life stems from one common source.

Words for All website shares Dr. Pieter Noomen’s life-changing experiences with the other dimension

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, February 1, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Minister and licensed psychotherapist Dr. Pieter Noomen was a man of great introspection and awareness. He experienced a profound transcendent journey that led him to connect on a deeply spiritual level with a higher presence. He grew to believe that, either directly or indirectly, all life stems from one common source, and when we can connect with that source, we reach the highest level of existence.

His website, www.wordsforall.org, offers a remarkable collection of vivid recollections, insights and wisdom drawn from the communications he shared with that spiritual presence.

The information on his site is organized into 12 writings, each one exploring a different aspect of his extraordinary experiences on the spiritual plane.

The writings include:

1. The Twelve Booklets: More than 10,000 one-line sayings that follow The 7 Names and The 12 Components of Life;
2. Lessons: 147 questions, answers and comments;
3. The Seven Names and the Creation Narrative: Short paragraphs that deal with the nature and impact of the seven names of the One Who Is All;
4. Visits into The Real Reality: Vivid descriptions of what Dr. Noomen saw, heard and experienced during his journeys to another human dimension;
5. Appearances and Reactions: Descriptions of instances when the One Who Is All revealed Her/Himself and spoke to the writer;
6. And seven more writings that share his remarkable insights and reflections.

Sadly, Dr. Noomen passed away in 2019, but his wealth of wisdom and insights freely shared on www.wordsforall.org will continue to inspire people throughout the world to broaden their spiritual paths.

An example from Dr. Noomen’s Wisdoms of the Week at www.wordsforall.org:

"It's almost an art to keep the two main roads in our head and in our thinking separated. One is filled with what the future could, should and hopefully will bring; this year and the rest of our life. The other road is our daily focus on doing the best possible job. The second road can clog up the first one. The first one can suck energy from the second. Actually, there is an additional road that supports smooth traffic on both. It Is the one that I call 'innering', turning our attention to our innermost self. Doing that regularly will amazingly energize our traveling on both roads. The secret is that the third road starts in eternity: and goes to there."

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So-Called Normal Shares Gripping True Story of Suicide Attempt Survival and Resilience

Mark Henick, author, international speaker and mental health advocate

Mark Henick, author, international speaker and mental health advocate

So-Called Normal by Mark Henick

So-Called Normal by Mark Henick

An unforgettable, triumphant story of perseverance and recovery

NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, February 1, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — By age 15, depression and anxiety had taken their toll on Mark Henick. Clinging to an outside girder on an overpass, a deeply troubled Henick made the only decision he thought he could. And he let go.

Henick’s newly released book, So-Called Normal: A Memoir of Family, Depression and Resilience, aims to break the relentless stigma of mental illness through his candid, intensely personal account of his youth, the events that led to that fateful night on the bridge, and the experiences and transformation that followed. Henick takes readers inside the mind of a boy who had to deal with the breakdown of his parents’ marriage, an abusive stepfather, bullying and trauma — all while trying to navigate his progressively worsening mental health. In the backdrop is a community that didn’t talk about mental illness, one where silence and maintaining the comforts of “normal” was paramount.

So-Called Normal is a vital, triumphant story of perseverance and recovery that has already touched the hearts of many, including television personality Rosie O’Donnell.

“Mark Henick is a powerful storyteller. His vivid account of his early years as a depressed, suicidal teenager is a page-turner. So-Called Normal is beautifully written, heart-wrenching, and hopeful. Necessary reading for anyone who wants a peek inside the mind of someone who journeyed through mental illness and found hope on the other side,” O’Donnell said.

Author Mark Henick’s TEDx talk, Why We Choose Suicide, is one of the most watched in the world and has been viewed millions of times. His search for “the man in the brown jacket” whose bravery and strong arms kept him from falling to his death went viral around the world (and was successful!). Henick has been on television and radio and has written many articles on mental health. He has hosted more than 60 intimate conversations about mental health with notable public figures and celebrities on his podcast, So-Called Normal, and has executive produced and hosted the Living Well podcast for Morneau Shepell. Henick has served on the board of directors for the Mental Health Commission of Canada, and was the president of a provincial division of the Canadian Mental Health Association — the youngest person in either role. He has worked as a frontline clinician, a program manager and the national director of strategic initiatives for CMHA. Currently the CEO and principal strategist for Strategic Mental Health Consulting, Mark Henick is in high demand as an international keynote speaker on mental health recovery.

Read the recent PEOPLE Magazine feature about Henick and the man who saved him.

For more information, please visit www.markhenick.com or connect with the author on the following social media sites: www.facebook.com/markhenick/; https://twitter.com/markhenick; and www.youtube.com/markhenick.

So-Called Normal: A Memoir of Family, Depression and Resilience
Publisher: HarperCollins
Release Date: January 12, 2021
ISBN-10: 1443455032
ISBN-13: 978-1443455039
Available from Amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com, Audible and others

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