Questions In My Head

“Why? Why not?” I lived with so many questions while growing up, that trying to answer them all put me through the ringer. I was motivated by revenge because of the fact that I had been taken as a child. Or so I felt, and it was never corrected. “How was I supposed to deal with being taken from my mother?”

My feelings toward that are very strong. Still to this day. There was no psychologist or counselor going to get me to talk of my issues. I knew they would tell whatever I told, so I would not tell. I kept it all inside. Like a bottle rocket, with no hole to escape. But sure enough lit.

All I needed was contact with my mother. We snuck phone calls. She never once told me to act out for her. I did it all in spite. Look at how my life has been through the pages of my book Issues’ , and you will see where spite gets you. In it, you’ll read what my life was like being in the tornado of the justice system.

Are you facing problems in your life? I want you to know that you are not alone. Use the Contact Form below to connect with me. Who knows. Perhaps, we can be there for each other.

Issues by Paul Kurko

Discover the life-changing lessons of Paul Kurko in his debut autobiography, “Issues.” This page turner will grab you. In it, Paul doesn’t hold back. He says what he means and means what he says.

Paul opens up about the resentments he had when his mom died. Resentments that eventually led him on path straight to prison.  His story of recovery and redemption will encourage you to embrace possibility, awaken to curiosity, and take inspired action. You’ll want to share this book.

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1 thought on “Questions In My Head

  1. Paul, this is Frank. You put that belt on my white pickup for much less than what others were asking. Thank you… I’ve read the material on your site and I’m thankful you are alive today and breathing God’s fresh air each new day. Maybe I can get the books next time I see you. In the past I have reached out to prisoners through penpal and visited one guy at the jail. I know there are outreaches to prisoners to help them find forgiveness for their crimes and peace with God through an encounter with Jesus Christ. I’m wondering if that is what happened to you? I know being born again is a real life changing experience, and many prisoners can testify about it. Anyway, I’ll see you again, and will be praying for you. Frank

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