Dr. Horace Morson's Revealing Book Upholds The Value of Family Relationship

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“Where Did I Go Wrong” stresses on the importance of keeping and bringing back the bond that is vital in maintaining the flow of relationships with families.

Family is the basic unit of society. The ways of life of families affect the development of civilization. Thus, it is indispensable for every family member to keep and maintain a good bond with each other. To shed light on this matter, Dr. Horace Morson discusses provides a careful discussion on the subject in his new book, Where Did I Go Wrong. The intent of this book is to put into the hands of everyone and use it as a guide to help to keep and to bring back the bond that is so vital in maintaining the flow of relationships with families at large.

This book has been written by design and definitions, intended to those struggling with their relationships; those who believe that the problems in life are caused by everyone else’s wrong and not willing to take responsibility for their own wrongdoings. Where Did I Go Wrong addresses several issues that will help restore confidence and help the readers, and the generation hereafter will benefit more through the change in attitude of the lives that this book will touch.

Twenty-nine topics are dealt within this book to give families a clear view of the things that lead to relationships falling apart and some steps that can be taken to avoid the fall. No one should ever think that their relationship is above falling, for the little things that they take for granted can become big issues later to undermine one’s relationship with their family, and when relationships fail, society also fails in some dimensions.

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About the Author
Dr. Horace Morson was born in the island of Antigua, West Indies, and immigrated to the United States with his wife Jacinth in 1979. Dr. Morson holds a general certificate of education in human biology from London University. Schools and exams are part of his early education but later on, he continued to pursue an associate degree in science, a bachelor’s and master’s degree in theology and a Ph.D. in world religion. Dr. Morson, who is also an ordained minister, is the father of four children: three boys and one girl. He finds it very important to share in the lives of others in many different ways. One of his famous lines is “We must always have others in our minds.”

He reached out into his community giving direction to troubled families with domestic problems, helping some of the unfortunate to find housing for their families, and also helping to find jobs for those who do not have. Dr. Morson believes that the greatest lessons in life are learned through experiences, and great conquerors are those who never give up when the bottom falls out.

Dr. Morson is a strong advocate of the Christian faith and a firm supporter of well-established relationships. His writings are reflections of some of the situations he encountered in dealing with people.    

Where Did I Go Wrong * by Dr. Horace Morson
Publication Date: September 6, 2011
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 186 pages; 978-1-4653-4648-3
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 186 pages; 978-1-4653-4649-0
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