Dr. Kim’s Seventh Book, Cosigning Bad Behavior By Commission or Omission, is a Wake Up Call for 2021

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Dr. Kim Logan-Nowlin announces the launch of her seventh book, Cosigning Bad Behavior By Commission or Omission, which is available today on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Books-a-Million, Target, and Walmart.

Dr. Kim’s Seventh Book, Cosigning Bad Behavior By Commission or Omission, is a Wake Up Call for 2021

Dr. Kim Logan-Nowlin announces the launch of her seventh book, Cosigning Bad Behavior By Commission or Omission, which is available today on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Books-a-Million, Target, and Walmart.

What: Book Release Celebration
When: LIVE on Tuesday, May 25, 2021 at 9:15 p.m. (EST)
Where: Facebook Fanpage (Kim Logan-Nowlin) and YouTube Channel (Dr. Kim Logan-Nowlin)

About the Book
The release of Cosigning Bad Behavior by Commission or Omission written by Kim Logan-Nowlin, Ph.D. is especially timely as the nation approaches the one-year memorial of George Floyd’s murder, because it is more important than ever for people to stand up for what is right. “I am disappointed by the way society, in many cases, chooses to ignore bad behavior based on who is involved. Whether we live in the best suites or the worst streets, we should not cosign bad behavior,” said chaplain of Detroit Medical Center, Dr. Portia Lockett, who endorsed Cosigning.
Too often many people stand by and watch wrong being done, but this book gives undeniable evidence on why cosigning bad behavior can be so destructive. “When you see something, know better, and you do nothing about it, you have cosigned that bad behavior,” says Dr. Kim. Every chapter in this book includes a case study in which Dr. Kim draws from her more than 30 years of work as a licensed professional counselor (LPC). She shares their stories anonymously to illustrate the message of the book. Each story gives testament to the painful consequences and devastation people face when they cosign bad behaviors, but Dr. Kim doesn’t leave her readers without tools and principles to help them avoid making the same mistakes. Cheating spouses, ungrateful children, dishonest employees, gamblers, addicts, bullies, liars, corrupt politicians, ungodly pastors, and more individual situations are discussed in detail with practical tips and action points. These points reveal how to avoid taking part in negative behaviors that can slowly destroy an otherwise good life.

In 2021, Cosigning is an authoritative call to action—take responsibility for your life! “The failure to either confront such behaviors or to actively support them is counterproductive to strong, stable families, friendships, business and communities,” says Cosigning endorser Kenneth Anderson, Executive Director of Leadership Empowerment Enterprise in Huntsville, AL. This book explains to the readers why they should communicate clearly to others that they will have no part in negative lifestyles of dishonesty, immorality or take part in criminal activities.

Dr. Kim shares solid evidence of participating in bad behaviors in relationships, how to avoid participating willingly in damaging habits, and what to do if you are faced with a negative opportunity to incriminate yourself or support someone else. She catches her readers coming and going by bringing home the message on how cosigning bad behavior often happens without direct intention but rather by omission—people seeing something wrong but doing or saying nothing about it. “It is said that silence is golden, but it can also be destructive,” says Dr. Kim.

Cosigning Bad Behavior by Commission or Omission offers valuable wisdom for anyone in any type of relationship or business who is looking for help, healing, hope, inspiration, and guidance. To learn more about Cosigning Bad Behavior by Commission or Omission, join Dr. Kim LIVE on her Facebook fanpage (Dr. Kim Logan-Nowlin) or her YouTube channel (Dr. Kim Logan-Nowlin) on Tuesday, May 25, 2021 at 9:15 p.m. (EST) for her latest book release celebration.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. always said, “He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it.” Let’s stop cosigning bad behavior!

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For more information/bookings contact:
Kim Logan-Nowlin, Ph.D., LPC, BCPC, MFT, ACAC, AFFLP
Kim Logan Communications
3011 W. Grand Blvd., Suite 423 • Detroit, Michigan 48202 • (313) 664-4900 • info@drkiminspires.com
https://www.drkiminspires.com

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