Quit Crying and Keep Trying: Struggles and Triumphs on the Journey to me

Quit Crying and Keep Trying: Struggles and Triumphs on the Journey to me


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There are times when the world seems like your enemy. No matter how many hurdles you overcome, there's always another one looming on the horizon; still, you must keep running and jumping.

Fabian D. Robinson grew up in modest circumstances in the sugar belt of Jamaica. From an early age, he knew he had to work hard to make a better life for himself.

He was raised chiefly by his grandmother and felt adrift after her death. This feeling of being lost translated into youthful mischief.

Robinson knew he had to find a new path if he was to achieve his goals. He enrolled in a teacher training college and landed a good teaching job. His journey took him to England and eventually the United States, but he encountered challenges every step of the way.

Told with stark honesty, Quit Crying, and Keep Trying is an important story for anyone who feels beaten down by life. Despite facing numerous obstacles, Robinson found success and happiness through hard work and sheer force of will. His motivating story shows that if he can do it, you can too.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781544770970
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/06/2017
Pages: 106
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.22(d)

About the Author

Fabian D. Robinson is an emerging writer who spent more than ten years of his life teaching integrated science and social studies in Jamaica. He is a dedicated husband and father of two children. He loves people and children. This love for children contributed to him being a very affable teacher.

He has worked many side gigs to supplement his income. He has significant experience working with people with autism, developmental disabilities, and mental illness.

His first book reflects on experiences throughout his life. These experiences evoke feelings of slight sadness sometimes, pleasure, humor, hope and upliftment. His writing is predicated on humility and decorated by motivation.

Robinson's two children are his primary motivation for writing this book.

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