Tears of a Mountain Man

I have a goal in mind… I could use your help, if you’re willing. For so long I have struggled with my emotions. As a man, it is culturally uncomfortable to be the person who shows Tears… Tears of Joy for the wins and Tears of Misery for the losses…

One of my deepest fears is being laughed at for the emotions I show on a daily basis, yet the power of letting my Tears run down my face in the Sunshine and the Darkness has created a healing power beyond my comprehension.

I would love to make this book a best seller. Not for me, but to help remove the stigma of being a man with emotions. To allow people to see that Tears are not a sign of weakness… but of Personal Power.

I make $.10 a book, and I will donate ALL my proceeds to the homeless for the rest of the 2020.

I am currently working to break the Top 100 in Love Poetry on Amazon and would love to be in the top 10. I believe if we can get break through the stigma of emotions, we can heal the pain which leads to suffering.

I would love your help.

I’m so grateful for your help.

A share, a book, a kind word to help move this message would mean the world to me.

Thank you

“Tears of a Mountain Man” is on sale now!

Published by Gary Stotler

Gary Stotler is a father, running, fitness, weight loss and personal development addict. Formally 400 pounds, Gary has naturally lost 200 pounds, created a coaching & speaking business and has become a 100 mile ultra-runner. Holding a degree in Psychology & Sociology, certifications from the National Academy of Sports Medicine as a personal trainer, mindset & behavioral modification coaching, a certification in DISC personality assessment coaching and he is a certified speaker, coach & mentor with the John Maxwell Team. Gary firmly believes, if we take One Step at a Time, nothing is impossible. He is determined to let his actions show people what is possible and hopes to help you shake up your thoughts, change your actions and create your future.

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