Tears on My Pillow is a book that explores the journey of MonaLisa's life through five relationships that end with deep emotional tears. She describes the healing process after the emotional drama and devastation caused by these men. She discovers an astonishing relationship with God, learning that before a single woman can find an honest relationship with a man, she must first love God and herself. She shares her journey of pain and joy as a single woman, and through a marriage that was controlled by her in-law. She finally finds healing in her past. She endured the Gomer and Hosea relationship; through these five men, she was taught how to love again. She draws from the experiences of others, and searches the Scriptures and God for the answers. She prays that this book brings healing to other women through an uncompromising relationship with God. MonaLisa's relationship with one man was the heart of her life, and she pray to God to restore him back to her. But sex is not the foundation to a committed relationship-only God. Tears may fall but they serve to make us stronger and deepen our journey. The foundation of a true loving, God-honoring relationship is not sex, but love, honesty, integrity, and obedience to God. MonaLisa is the eldest of seven children born to George and Bessie Morrow. She has one son, Travareous J. Covington. Her desire is to become the woman whom God has created in His image. But the state of "becoming" isn't easy. There are growing pains, setbacks, and heartaches. MonaLisa is an ordained minister at Jerusalem UHC. She received her masters of divinity from Shaw University Divinity School in Raleigh, NC. She has a great passion for her nonprofit organization, JoEsther's House Ministry, established for youth whose parents are incarcerated.