Self-Help|Young Adult The universe is full of distractions, and young people need a fresh perspective on the power that lies behind their growing pains. Navigating through peer pressure, family-imposed goals, social media engagement, society short changing our influence, while figuring out just what we truly want from life can be enough to make a young adult go crazy. As easy as it may be to pretend that nothing is wrong on the outside, on the inside we are slowly fading, looking for an outlet that will bring relief; and as a result, at times we cry. A silent heart is one that is hurting, but it can endure major hardships with grace. It is wise while we are young to choose to walk on a path less traveled in order to truly reap the benefits of growing into the person God wants us to be. Following the crowd may be popular now but as you mature you will see that individuality is to be celebrated. During these young adult years you must not be afraid to be different and go against popular culture when your intuition is leading you. Inside the silent heart are moments for personal growth. Delivered from Faye’s millennial voice readers will learn her POV on: What a faith walk will look and feel like, The need for reconciliation and keeping peace, and How to maintain inner strength in the face of adversity Faye Naomi Dunston is an author, minister, motivational speaker, life coach, and youth advocate. Dunston holds a Bachelor of Arts with honors in Social Relations from Cheyney University and studied law at the Charles Hamilton Houston Law Institute in Washington D.C., on the campus of Georgetown Law School. Visit www.fayedunston.com for more!