Looking for 800-CEO-READ? That's us! Learn more here.

Home-O-Phobia: The Fear of a F*cked Up Home

Rocque Rocque

HOME-O-PHOBIA is the fear of shameful secrets being expose about your childhood home, the fear of living in an abusive household and the fear of having a stressful home-life.

READ FULL DESCRIPTION

Bulk non-returnable discounts

List Price $24.99

Quick Quote

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit

$24.99


Book Information

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Publish Date: 01/01/2016
Pages: 432
ISBN-13: 9781494378738
ISBN-10: 1494378736
Language: English

Full Description

HOME-O-PHOBIA is the fear of shameful secrets being expose about your childhood home, the fear of living in an abusive household and the fear of having a stressful home-life. For many adults, elders, babies, children, teenagers; and homosexual and heterosexual people in relationships living together, 'Homes' are places of fright, fight, flight or playing dead and a place that breeds many forms of abuse. Is it fair to say, "Home is the roof of all evil?" This is an influential concept, an unexpected journey and true story of choosing a homeless style of life to unhouse past wounds. Walking away from an abusive home of leisure and luxury to live uncomfortably homeless was a high-risk/high-reward gamble. Being in a dark and fearful place you come face to face with deep misery and memories of childhood molestation, marital madness and a mothers unsolved murder. Freezing temperatures create a chance of an indirect hypothermia suicide in a parking lot. You must somehow summon the inner strength to save the fragmented inner child that hides inside us all and save yourself. This is a self-undoing towards self growth and a self-published personal memoir to help others open up, write their stories and move on. I am reminded, "The weak stand still, and the strong move on." Read how parking lots helped me move on and away from the past hurt into a better state of gratitude, personal freedom and wealth. There is the therapeutic side of homelessness and writing in parking lots, I call this "Concrete Therapy."- RocQue

We have updated our privacy policy. Click here to read our full policy.