In Twelve Smooth Stones, Chuck chronicles the relationship between himself and his daughter, Michal, during her teen years. Each chapter is written as a letter from father to daughter with each of the twelve chapters focusing on a different topic. Parents and teens alike will benefit from reading his book. Parents can get some advice about how to talk to their own child; teenagers can get the benefit of the advice offered to Michal. Paperback.
Chuck Meyer met his daughter-to-be, Michal, when he was thirty-nine and she was six. His life hasn't been the same since. Written ten years after their first meeting, Twelve Smooth Stones chronicles their relationship as Michal navigates the tricky territory of the teenage years.
During his life Chuck Meyer gave 200-300 speaking engagements a year on the hard topic of death and dying and managed to have audiences rolling in the aisles. A graduate of Earlham College, Union Theological Seminary, and the University of Bridgeport, he got his practical education working in a New York prison and a Texas jail. He was Vice President of Operations and chaplain at St. David's Medical Center in Austin Texas, he is the author of 10 books, including murder mysteries, humor, and titles on death and grieving. When he married Debi Ludeman, daughter Michal (age 6) came along as a part of the package. She inspired him to write. Unfortunately, this gifted author died in a tragic car accident in 2000.
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