New Book on Families Dealing with Unemployment

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Rosanne Martins shows how a family rebuilt and revived itself

Society fears unemployed people – as if the condition is a contagious disease,” Martins says. “Being unemployed is a lonely road, and we have to fight hard not to feel depressed.

People who have faced unemployment may struggle with their next step in life. Rosanne Martins shared her own family’s experience in hopes that it would help ease the suffering for others in similar situations.

Why Dream But to Make Your Dreams Come True details the Martins’ hardships when her husband was let go after working with his company for 18 years. His unemployment created a domino effect, impacting every family member’s life and even leading to an uprooting move from Brazil to Canada.

“Society fears unemployed people – as if the condition is a contagious disease,” Martins says. “Being unemployed is a lonely road, and we have to fight hard not to feel depressed.”

Martins offers a optimistic approach to life’s challenges. She encourages readers to have faith, reach for their dreams and realize the power of positivity.

“How we react to our obstacles is in some ways more important than the problems we face,” Martin says. She also emphasizes that the right attitude makes all the difference. Readers can use Why Dream But to Make Your Dreams Come True as a tool to help take control their seemingly hopeless situation.

Why Dream But to Make Your Dreams Come True
By Rosanne Martins
ISBN: 978-1-4525-4769-5

About the author:
Rosanne Martins was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She is biologist, holistic therapist, full-time writer and part of the Self-Healing Brazilian Association.

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