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Name: Naomi RobersonPen Name: None Genre: Non-Fiction Born: in Chicago, Illinois Died: *''After Daddy A Portrait of a Mad Man'', Outskirts Press, 2008
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Illinois ConnectionDr. Roberson was born and raised in Atlgeld Gardens, a housing project on the southside of Chicago, Illinois. She currently resides in a suburb near Chicago with her family.
Biographical and Professional InformationDr. Naomi Roberson is an Organizational Psychologist and a Motivational Speaker who has been a talk show host for Access Televison for over 16 years. She is a television producer, writer and director who produces documetaries, award shows, public service announcements and interviews for local television. Dr. Roberson has an associate's degree in accounting, a bacholor's in behavioral science, a master's in management and human resources. She has doctorate degrees in organizational psychology and divinity and is an ordained minister. Dr. Roberson and her husband are the founders of a non-profit community outreach Christian organization and they were pastors for over 13 years. Dr. Roberson consels and holds annual conferences for women. She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to empower women who are hurting. Her experience and academic background have qualified her with proven skills and abilities as a professional to reach the masses.
- After Daddy Died: A Portrait of a Mad Man, Outskirts Press, 2008
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After Daddy Died: Portrait of a Mad Man
ISBN: 1432719513 Outskirts Press. 2008 Portrait of a Mad ManAfter Daddy Died is the shocking true story of how a family was affected by their father's psychotic behavior. They believed that he was literally psychotic, as he engaged in behavior that damaged his family for years to come. He was violent, and abused his wife , and eleven children on a constant basis. He was even violent towards those whom he thought had questioned or challenged him. His sadistic tendencies and abusive behavior pushed several of his children over the edge to the point of having mental breakdowns, encouraging them to commit murder or engage in acts of other violence. Some of the children were driven to molest some of their siblings. As he self-medicated with drugs and alcohol he became a Portrait of a Mad Man. His illness was never diagnosed professionally because he did not believe he had a mental problem. He was a cold-blooded career criminal who displayed a character of constant anger and rage. Some of what you will read