Monday, August 26, 2019

Kids and young adults need to know they are loved...

Dr. Virginia A. Rockhill
On my podcast and radio show recently, I had my mom as a guest. She wrote a book for young adults (ages 11 and up) called UnconditionalThis is the story of the unlikely friendship of a dog and a toad. Their many adventures in “the world that is invisible to humans” leads them to fulfilling their true purpose in life. The delightful personalities of the animals they befriend prove that, despite their differences, they can work together to overcome evil, defeat the dark plot of the sinister scientist and save the environment from his destruction through the power of Unconditional Love.

During the podcast my mom explained how important it is for kids to know they are loved, particularly if they experienced the loss of a parent (death, divorce or abandonment), suffered abuse, or trauma. These situations can be difficult for young adults and often times they struggle later in life. In addition, kids who have ADD, ADHD (attention deficit disorders) or even autism need to discover important lessons of life and love in a way that is approachable and enjoyable. Whether you are a parent, grandparent, guardian, aunt, uncle or a caring neighbor, this book Unconditional is a helpful read that kids will enjoy. 

You can listen to my interview from this podcast here. Below is a recap of the book, I hope this is helpful. Please feel free to share this with anyone you know who may be in need.

A Toad, A Dog and Varying Animals Work Together to “Save the Planet” and Deliver a World from Racism, Homophobia and Hatred in New Adult Children’s Book “Unconditional
Virginia A. Rockhill, Ph.D, uses the Innocence of animals to tell the tale of how Faith, Love and Acceptance can overcome the biggest problems the world faces today. This new adult children’s fictional novel subtly confronts today’s toughest moral issues.  Unconditional is available for ($14.95) on
Dr Virginia A. Rockhill is a licensed, practicing psychologist in both private practice and in long term care. She earned her degree in Psychology and Chemistry at Rhode Island College, and received her Ph.D. in Psychology at the University of Rhode Island.  Influenced by C. S. Lewis’ “Narnia” series the books features talking animals interacting with one another to overcome the forces of evil. “Unconditional” was written to “plant the seeds” of awareness, each person has the ability to make his or her own choices, and have far-reaching effects on others and the world around us. 
This podcast a great listen for anyone who cares about a young adult healthy development. In particular children who experienced divorce, absent fathers, absent parents, loss of a parent or experienced some kid of trauma or stress. This book is also helpful for anyone who knows a young adult with conditions like ADHD, ADD, attention deficits, and autism.
Related topics in this podcast include:
  • Faith,
  •  Love,
  •  Fiction,
  •  Novel,
  •  Natural Law
  • , Friendship,
  •  Animals,
  •  Acceptance,
  •  family values
  • family support
  • , ADD,
  •  adhd,
  •  ADHD, Teen,
  •  Christian Values,
  •  Father absence,
  •  absent fathers,
  • fatherless,
  • fatherless daughters,
  • Fatherless Sons,
  •  children of divorce,
  •  Good vs Evil
  • , cultural differences, feeling loved,
  •  Creator, God,
  •  Unconditional love,
  •  Self Awareness
  • , Self Awareness, Help, Faith,
  •  Peace,
  •  Peace of God
  • , books for kids
  • , books for Young, adults
  • Self Esteem
  • , self worth,
  •  purpose in life, and 
  • Purpose of life.

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