Decorated Royal Canadian Mounted Policeman, Randy Kolibaba releases new memoir

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PTSD, poverty and hope: memoirs of a Mountee

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Throughout our lives we encounter various situations, some pleasurable, some very painful, never the less, they allow us to learn valuable lessons.

(PRWEB) October 23, 2014 -- Whether in war torn Kosovo with the United Nations, serving on Canada’s national police force or performing magic tricks for the terminally ill, Randy Kolibaba has dedicated his life to uplifting others.

“Throughout our lives we encounter various situations, some pleasurable, some very painful, never the less, they allow us to learn valuable lessons,” Kolibaba said.

Kolibaba has written about these lesson and his adventures in a recently published self-help memoir, “The Lies Behind The Truth”. The book is a guide that stresses the life-changing consequences of altering thought patterns.

“We live in a participatory universe,” Kolibaba said. “Whatever vibrational energy we emit, the Universe responds by presenting corresponding circumstances. We truly are what we think.”

Currently, Kolibaba is uplifting others with motivational speaking engagements about his recovery from PTSD and has dedicated a large portion of his book proceeds toward combating homelessness and child poverty.

Please visit http://www.liesbehindthetruth.com for more information.

“The Lies Behind The Truth”
By Randy Kolibaba
Price: $12.99
ISBN: 978-1-4525-9209-1    
Available at: Amazon, Balboa and Barnes and Noble online bookstores

About the Author
Randy Kolibaba was born in Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada. He grew up in a broken home on the lower eastside of Calgary, Alberta–one of the roughest and poorest neighborhoods in the city. Kolibaba went on to become a high-ranking and highly decorated police officer with Canada's national police force, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. He served with the RCMP for thirty-four years and was twice decorated for outstanding service to Canada.

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