Homestead Author Publishes New Book

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In this thought-provoking book the author outlines a process designed to help readers overcome emotional pain and conflict.

Uplifting the Failing Society

Uplifting the Failing Society, a new book by Cheryl C. Chapman, has been released by RoseDog Books.

In the opening chapter, Chapman describes several painful incidents that occurred to her during her adolescent years. Her intent is to beckon the reader to recognize, relate, and relive the first time he experienced emotional pain.

Chapter two helps the reader identify the source of his pain, why it occurred, and how it manifests itself in one’s life. It explains the beginning of all emotional conflicts and the resultant fight/flight patterns that we eventually experience.

Will you or won’t you? That is the question! Chapter three is where the reader bares all and decides whether he wants to conquer his demons. This is where he decides if the truth has any relevance in his life.

The battle begins when you decide to challenge the beast within. Pain and fear have been challenged and will no longer torment you. Chapter four explains the importance of self-affirmation when overcoming emotional conflicts.

Chapter five provides the results of the reader’s hard-fought struggle.

The power of words is revealed and the pain is released. Free at last!

Cheryl C. Chapman is a reading specialist and has taught reading in the public schools for over twenty years and at the community college level as well. She has served her community as an elected official and a member of its planning commission. She presently works as a community activist and an educator. She enjoys traveling and writing poetry. She holds an M.Ed. from the University of Pittsburgh.

Uplifting the Failing Society is a 32-page paperback with a retail price of $8.00. The ISBN is 978-1-4349-9940-5. It was published by RoseDog Books of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. For more information or to request a review copy, please visit our virtual pressroom at or our online bookstore at


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