Dad Had Issues
by Cynthia Gadson
About the book
This is a story about a Dad with three sons, Yogi, Olson, and Urel, also known as, YOU. Dad did his part in raising YOU but YOU had to make many choices and decisions without Dad. YOU soon discovered and realized that the choices and decisions that are made in life may either bring positive or negative consequences. In this story, YOU will examine self and find out that rules and guidance help to make everyone’s life a little bit better.
What will YOU do?
The Choice is up to YOU!
Cynthia Gadson, born in Progress Village, which is in Tampa, Florida on March 24, 1963. The seventh child of ten children of her parents Mr. Edward Joseph Gadson and Mrs. Jessie Mae Gadson. Ms. Gadson has two sons, Marcus and Maurice Lindsey and four grandchildren, Sadari, Quinten, and Jamel from my son, Marcus Lindsey. And Maubri from my son, Maurice Lindsey. Maurice is the Illustrator of Ms. Gadson’s five published books – MOM HAD A PROBLEM, DAD HAD ISSUES, SHOW ME! TEACH ME! GUIDE ME! Poetry through a Child’s Perspective, BIG BULLY BOB, and A CALL FOR CHARACTER.
Ms. Gadson is a Missionary, called by God in 1990 to show, teach, and guide people to a better way of life. Ms. Gadson has had membership and or affiliations in Baptist, Church of God in Christ, and Non-Denominational churches throughout her years of living in her calling.
Ms. Gadson served in the United States Army in 1983-1988, earning an honorable discharge.
Ms. Gadson attended college at Hillsborough Community College for undergraduate courses, the University of South Florida, and Nova Southeastern for her Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Special Education and certification in K-6 in Elementary Education, Walden University for her Specialist Degree in Curriculum, Instruction, and Professional Development and taken courses in the Doctorate Program at the University of West Florida Educational Leadership Program. Ms. Gadson is currently a teacher in the Hillsborough County Public Schools and has been teaching for nearly twenty-five years.
March 6, 2021