Author Traces, Now Middle Aged Man Youth Violence Back to Old 1940'S Horror Flick

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How Qadree defines and discovers the disease Lycanthropy through his research, the things that took place in his life as a child and young adult is intriguing and worth looking into further he says. Qadree says, "radio listeners and readers of my book will be entertained, enlightened and moved to take stock of their own lives for the better".

radio listeners and readers of my book will be entertained, enlightened and moved to take stock of their own lives for the better

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Bestselling Author, Speaker, Spiritual Life Coach Tamir Qadree of (http://www.esteemnow.com) discovered upon some shocking information about the connection between a 1940's horror movie, himself, violence and a disease called Lycanthropy while writing his latest book, The Reclining Master Awaken, One Minute to Healthy Esteem.

Tamir will be appearing on The Tracie Hunter Live Radio Show, (http://www.myurbangospel.com) on June 8th at 9:30 AM PST and will be discussing his bouts with violence and despair and how he internalized the messages parlayed in the 1940's movie, "The Wolf Man," starred Lon Chaney. Qadree says, "My subconscious mind had been impressed with the images on the screen and the names "Wally wolf and hairy face Gary, that I had been called all of my life by my siblings as a result of this movie".

It's been long debated that movies and video games are filled with obscenities and pose a connection to youth violence in America. Tamir contends that movie violence is nothing new only more intense but the damage done to the mind can still be just as devastating and long lasting.

How Qadree defines and discovers the disease Lycanthropy through his research, the things that took place in his life as a child and young adult is intriguing and worth looking into further he says. Qadree says, "radio listeners and readers of my book will be entertained, enlightened and moved to take stock of their own lives for the better".

Qadree doesn't bash or blame the movie or the movie industry for his choices in life. He takes full responsibility. However, the colorful story he tells about his experiences does cause one to wonder, "What is the long lasting effects violence in movies are having on today's youth?"

Tamir Qadree is the author of The Reclining Master Awaken, One Minute to Healthy Esteem and Clear Vision, Your Road to Riches. For more information and for an entertaining interview, call Nnika Hanserd at (510) 305-7756 or visit (http://www.esteemnow.com).

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