This book is written for stutterers by an ex-stutterer. If you don't consider yourself to be a stutterer (or at least one who suffers severe anxiety attacks, especially related to speaking), or one who mentors stutterers, this book may not interest you - except for those parts that deal with becoming the "boss of your mind", a process which can elevate most anyone's entire life, as it has the author's and even the publisher's.
The Watergate Rhymes aims to educate, reflect, and learn from that consumptive scandal, while using satire to see the humor in the human frailties of that maligned administration - and in ourselves, all with the perspective and understanding that only precious time enables.
"History and Humor-A Great Combination!"
Happiness is the goal of human life; yet, many of us (if we be truthful to ourselves) are unhappy a significant part of the time, or we’re simply "numb" to happiness, a form of quiet armistice or acquiescence, drifting between happiness and sadness, back and forth, in a form of Happiness neutral zone – or worse. In sum, we more or less accept our "blah-feelings" as "life"? This is unnecessary.