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  • Amber Shanel connecticut

    LOVE WHEN IT HURTS SO BAD BUT IT FEELS SO GOOD New book on love, relationships and becoming a better you “Author Amber Shanel shares real situations and advices how you can be equipped with the necessary knowledge about Love: When It Hurts So Bad But It Feels So Good”. New Haven, Conn-According to Amber Shanel Love is not always butterflies in the stomach and rainbows all around. Life when you’re in love is not always a fairytale and happy-ever-after. Yet, what makes this world a better place is the ability of humans to love and be loved in return. In “Love: When It Hurts So Bad But It Feels So Good” (published by Authorhouse) Shanel has written a book that reveals her own perspective on love. “LOVE: When It Hurts So Bad But It Feels So Good” is a book about love, relationships and becoming a better person. It expresses emotions felt when being in love and shows that although it can hurt at times, it can also feel so good. Ultimately you will find that after the great journey of self-discovery through life’s ups and downs you live and you learn. This book captures an honest perspective. This book draws upon real situations related to the ups and downs of relationships. “LOVE: When It Hurts So Bad But It Feels So Good” By Amber Shanel www.authorhouse.com Softcover | 5x8in | 76pages | ISBN 843 E-Book | 76pages | ISBN 836 Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble About the Author Amber Shanel grew up in New Haven, CT. Having a natural passion for writing, she has been creating short stories and poetry since elementary school. Shanel attended Southern Connecticut State University and Stone Academy, where she received a Licensed Practical Nurse diploma. Relocating to Atlanta GA in 2012, she rekindled her desire to start her own business. She is now the owner and Sole Member of KID ROYAL APPAREL, an online children’s clothing line she launched in Feb 14, 2013. In March 2013, Shanel decided to accomplish another great endeavor which was to pursue her long time dream of becoming an author. Shanel’s eagerness to encourage, motivate and inspire, prompted her to write such honest and real dialogue. Dealing with her own personal experiences, Shanel is able to relate, sympathize and demonstrate the emotions expressed along the self actualizing journey of understanding love and relationships. Wanting to reveal a message of strength and hope, she lets women all over the world know you live and you learn

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  • Frances Armour Atlanta,Ga

    Hello Tyler Perry I'm doing a gofundme campaign for my son Jarvaries Armour who passed back in December from a brain tumor the reason I'm doing is so I can get him a head stone so if you can put it out there for me the one can help thanks.

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  • pam lewis Atlanta Georgia

    Dear Mr. Perry, I know people ask you for money all the time and it must get tiring. I am no exception. I am one of those people. My daughter, Bethany Jones, was a student at Georgia Southern University until 2013 when she was placed on academic suspension due to a 'lack of academic progress'. She went to college as a naive little girl never having had a date or a boyfriend and got caught up in a swirl of bad romance and bad friends. She became depressed, gained an enormous amount of weight and came home on the verge of a nervous breakdown. Thank God she's in a much better place now. Meanwhile, my mother came to live with me. She suffers from dementia and I had to quit my job to care for her. My daughter is a good girl. She is a hard worker and would have the money for college if she had not been helping me pay the mortgage. She is not eligible for financial aid because of her lack of academic progress. She can't get a loan because she doen't have a co-signor and what she has left in her savings would be just enough to get her to school. Bethany wants to be an entertainment/contract attorney and I have no doubt she will be a good one if given the opportunity. What I am asking Mr. Perry is a loan for my daughter. Enough money for her to get through the year and prove she has made academic progress. Next year she will qualify for financial aid. She will also work during this school year and can begin to pay you back (not much, but steady) during the school year. Her tuition, room, board and books come to approximately $16,000.00. She doesn't know I am writing you, but I know how grateful she will be for any help she receives. Mr. Perry, I've never done anything like this before, but I just don't know what else to do. She really, really needs your help. If you would like information about us, please don't hesitate to ask. We are an open book in need of some help with our pages. Thank you so much for any consideration you may give. Sincerely, Pamela Lewis

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    • Michael Browder #2129133

      Ms. Pam, My heart goes out to you and your daughter. I am struggling with my final year in undergrad and I have also gone down the wrong path. What I have learned is that I cannot place blame on those who I surrounded myself with. Until we begin to take personal accountability for our actions, we will never progress. By "we" I mean the human race and this is not just limited to African Americans. I hope that your daughter does succeed in accomplishing her goals. I originally came to this website seeking scholarship opportunity. I have a list of scholarships that she may find beneficial as well. These scholarships were compiled by the Office of Multicultural Affairs and were hand picked by a student who is in a predicament much like the one in which your daughter is in and also the same predicament that I am struggling to pull myself out of. For that reason, most of these scholarships do not have a GPA requirement and the monies are often left to roll-over to the next year because those who need them are not aware of them. I will keep the two of you in my prayers and I only hope that you will lift me up in yours. God bless.

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  • Devon St Laurent 37086

    Hello, Mr Tyler Perry, Please don't be too upset with me, but I would love to talk with you about the possibility of another movie. I wrote you a very humorous script for a new movie and was wondering if I could send it to you and possibly work on it with you. I want nothing in return and I want no money. I just believe in my heart whole heartedly that laughter is the best cure for everything and God made it contagious for a reason and was hoping to help you. You have made one of the biggest impacts on my life and even influenced me to become an author of which God has blessed to be published. Just wanted to say thank you so much and for you to have a very blessed day...

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  • Terry Wellman Chesapeake, VA

    Mr. Perry I have seen your detective movies Alex Cross. I thoroughly enjoyed them. I thought you were fantastic as that character. I wanted to suggest to you if no one else has that you consider doing a remake of the movie or series The Thin Man. The original starred Myrna Loy and William Powell. I would love to see you have that to add to your many brilliant films and accomplishments. Also I want you to beat them all to the punch on this.

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  • Andrea Black Fort Washington, Md

    Hello Tyler Perry, My daughter Enjoli Williams will be going to high school this year, and she loves to read. As a child would get excited to go into a toy store, she is the same way if she goes to a book store or library. Based on her tests scores and GPA she was selected for the Science and Technology Program at Oxon Hill High School. Oxon Hill High was rebuilt a few years ago and it is a really big school, so my daughter couldn't wait to tour the school so she could see the library and when she did, she was very disappointed. She told me the shelves didn't have a lot of books and how disappointed she was when she saw it, but she did say they had some tables and chairs and she planned to spend every lunch there and any free periods if she had any. Her look of disappointment is the reason I am writing to you. If you could see the way books make her light up, you would truly understand why I am writing. Is there anything you can do to help her school library? If not do you have any suggestions on what I can do to have books donated to her school? Thanks in advance for any help you have to offer or give.

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  • Marilyn Schaumburg IL

    I luv, luv, luv THAHN, the show is just great! Some of the actors I've never seen or heard of before but they are outstanding thespians! I'm 56 years old and really missed my calling. I would love to be given the chance to star in one of your projects. I quit school back in the 70's, dumbest thing I ever did because I was a theatre major. Any who, I still have such a strong desire to pursue that. I'm so great at it, drama, comedy, I can also sing, and can cry in an instant. I would just really appreciate the chance for someone to give me that break I need. Luv you Tyler...

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  • De-Jhane' Jones South Africa

    Hi Mr Tyler Perry, I am a 12 year old girl from South Africa, I don't have a contact number or email address, I am using my mothers contact details, not having a cell phone is not a major as I am to young anyway and my studies come first. A little about myself I am a A student and work extremely hard, my favourites are speech and drama, science, maths and history because I do excellent in them, tonight I have a speech and drama competition at my school, thumbs up for me. Mr Perry you movies inspire me so much my mum actually calls me Tyler, she calls me Tyler because all I do I write stories, I write all kinds of stories and my brother and cousins read them as reading is the most important tool my mum instilled in us. Writing to you was one of my goals and I've written a story about how I would write to you and you would reply and a few years later make a movie about how we became pen pals and the movie would be called Dear De-Jhane' from Africa, I'm laughing as I write this knowing all your other fans would read this but that's not a big deal. You inspire me Sir and please keep up the good work with your stories as the story lines are magnificent. The one trade mark I love is that you always use the same people in your movies and that's so unique, 1 day I will be a great story writer just like you, chat again soon and please take care of yourself.... De-Jhane' Jones

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  • Kaye Martell Orange Beach, AL 36561

    Dear Mr. Perry, I want to thank you for being such a kind person and for the example you set for so many-young and old. I know very few human beings like you on this earth. We could certainly use more. I am deeply touched by the love and kindness you have shown during the journey of Bobbi Kristina Brown and her family. Simply put, you are a real class act-genuine and authentic in every way.

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  • Kenithia starks'colquitt Griffin,ga 30224

    Dear Mr Perry sorry to bother you but their are a few things I like to say don't get me wrong I would never disrespect my mom didn't raise me like that their was a time in my life when I was going through something's instead of looking to God I look to you deep down inside I felt like if I told you my story you would help me out I reach out to many people but their was no response their were many times I felt like giving up throwing in the towel as some say see where I thought I was week god made me stronger than ever I have a nine year old son who is disabled a daughter I can call my own an husband that loves God an his family I thank God for that we don't have the type of income that keeps the lights, rent ,has paid we have faith the size of a musterdseed the faith we have moves god on the throne my daughter tells me everyday mama don't give up on your dreams dreams does come true one day two years ago god reach way down an pick me up saved me sanctifyed me filled me with his holy spirit my spiritual eyes an ears became open to the truth about me I thank God for that I thought maybe if I could have audition for you are maybe even became a janitor anything to establish work an a pay check I could do more for my family I will never give up on my dreams to sing in one of your plays I thank God for all of the plays I have seen they help me get through some very tuff times in my life one day I believe that one day my dream will come true so to say thank you for all you have done may god continue to bless an keep you. Sincerely yours Kenithia s Colquitt He is able to do more than I could ever think are ask

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  • Jeynice

    Hey, This is the fundraising campaign for Get Me To Dubai!!: Sent from my iPhone

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  • Jeynice Edwards Texas

    Hey, This is the fundraising campaign for Get Me To Dubai!!: For my daughter Ashleigh, please forward to those you feel that might help. Thank you.... Sent from my iPhone

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