Love the Person,
Accept the Illness
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More Than a
A Notebook of Love isn’t just a story of Luis Trivin’s life; it’s a motivation manual for all out there facing similar struggles and a message of hope for them that all is not lost. It’s also a reminder to never stop loving no matter what life throws at you.
The book also provides an insight into the mind and heart of a strong man and his battles with mental health issues, traumas, and fears.
Provides the reader a sneak peek into the author’s personal life and then investigates the widespread prevalence of mental health issues, how they impact our health, relationships, and well-being, and what role society plays in it.
In Chapter 2, Luis Trivin takes readers on a trip down memory lane to his childhood. He shares details about his parents, their lives, and their journeys. Luis shares with his readers how the discovery of his parent’s traumatic pasts affected his young mind and tender heart, shaped their own personalities, and impacted their relationship. Trivin also introduces readers to his siblings in this chapter of the book.
The third chapter of the book introduces readers to the real Luis Trivin. He talks about his own thoughts, viewpoints, emotions, and experiences and shares his life journey to give readers a better idea of who he is and how he becomes what he is today.