I wrote the first version of this book a month after Kenneth passed away. We were blaming ourselves for not following up on his sister’s intuition. She had been his voice since they were born. I was mad at the world. I couldn’t bring our Kenneth back. I knew it was a sign of depression. I encouraged the kids to seek help. I didn’t feel like I needed help. I decided to write this book and lashed out at the world. As soon I finished the book, I felt so much better. I thought that I miraculously got healed. The devil is a liar. I sent Be the Head to two publishers, but they denied it. I was not even told a reason. When my cooking book was done, I sent it to both publishers; it was accepted right away. As a spiritual being, I practice meditation as soon as I finish my prayers. I heard a voice say, Everyone who will read the book will know that it was made for a good cause, but they will also be able to tell that you were angry at the world when you wrote it. Rewrite it now. You will know and feel the difference. Being mean and bitter isn’t who you are. Your dad raised you better. Your other books; Kenneth’s Creole Cajun Creative Kitchen Recipes, and As Reality Strikes don’t portray you as such. Why would you want Be the Head to give people the wrong impression of you? Instead, make it a tool that will help others. I obeyed the call. My spirit guide never fails me. This book will help raise awareness for the need to report abuse of any shape or form right away and a way for everyone to get CPR certification by making it a must. Seek help for yourself. Recognize the early stages of depression, seek help for yourself if needed; then get help for someone you love. Share good information to improve the lives of other people. Together we can make this world a better place. Remain blessed.