"empty. s p a c e: Where is My Stuff? Navigating the Quarterlife Crisis with Wisdom and Skill" exposes the thoughts, emotions, and belief systems that cause and reinforce the “quarterlife crisis.”
A play on words, representing both physical empty space and the infinite potential encompassed in the Universe, this book picks up where other books on the subject leave off. Using concepts found in psychology, sociology, metaphysics and Buddhism, Kenya Jackson has created a self-help memoir that answers the “where is my stuff” question.
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About the Author
Prior to becoming a writer, Kenya attended Xavier University where she received dual undergraduate degrees in Sociology and Psychology. Consequently, she spent the early years of her career working with victims of chronic schizophrenia and other personality disorders.
After college, Kenya received her master's degree in Policy Analysis and Nonprofit Management from Georgia State University. She has worked in the nonprofit field since 2004.
Kenya is also the force behind the #silenceBEseen Facebook community; a community that emphasizes the importance of changing the world by changing yourself and leading by example. Her ultimate goal is to marry her love for writing, spirituality, and mental health to help other quarterlifers pursue their passions. Kenya's writing has been called smart, honest, and candid--evoking introspective conversation and countless "ah-ha" moments.
Kenya is active in a variety of "new thought" spiritual organizations, The Spiritual Living Center of Atlanta and the Kadampa Meditation Center of Georgia, specifically. She is the administrator of a new-thought blog, www.silencebeseen.com, and has been a staff writer for theFreshXpress.com, and B.O.S.S. e-magazine. Kenya is recently engaged to her partner of three years, Michelle.