Cheron K. Griffin, Author

Cheron K. Griffin

Ramelle Carter Blog is ecstatic over a phone chat with Author, Freedom Coach, Lifestyle Hacker, Dating Consultant, and a Divorce Guru, Cheron K. Griffin.  Griffin’s latest accomplishment is a book called, I See You, Igniting Hope and Preventing Suicide. I See You, was written and inspired by the help of emojis.  The book provides comfort for people feeling lonely, different, or broken-hearted. The premise of the book is “I see you and you are loved.”  “I SEE YOU” sole campaign purpose is to spread happiness.

Here is the link to the book:

Ramelle:  Please briefly explain what prompted you to write your new book?

Cheron: God, also my amazing spirit,  guided me to write this book, also the reason why I uses emojis, the who book process leads me to let others have a dialogue.

Ramelle: You know the whole subject of suicide hits home with me. When my daughter was a student at North Hollywood High school; her classmate committed suicide. My daughter began to shut down.  Above all, I talked with her, and I was available. Futhermore, I am very aware of the effects of suicide.


Ramelle: With tragedies of suicide, especially with teens; What are some signs that you and other certified professionals has found to be a trigger factor?

Cheron: Certainly there is no one who can point out easily a trigger, I mean there are some people who just say or even start getting affairs in order, simple as that.


Ramelle: Can you give my readers insight on your Grow A Girl Network?

Cheron: Grow a Girl Network, is an extension of the book, I See You, its actually in a rebranding stage but, essentially I want this to encourage girls, ladies, women to have awesome self-esteem, dream big and aim high.



The magic of reading and joy of books is a wonderful exploration. Consequently, Cheron K. Griffin took the time to share it with me. Therefore in a ambiguous way,  we all owe gratitiude to the power of knowledge and sharing. Let me take this time to call this the share corner. The share corner is where I interview a person who has taken the time to forge ahead with all or even some complications that life brings forward. The disastrous of even more memories will come to pass and bottle up a tasty treat of joy.


Finally, I want to take this time to remember, Xavier William Patterson, who will always be remembered in my daughter’s heart.




7 thoughts on “Cheron K. Griffin, Author”

  1. Congrats on your latest work and your initiatives! We as a society need to do better in terms of addressing mental and emotional health and affirming our best selves. Thank you for your powerful work and all the best in your endeavors!

  2. This sounds like an interesting book, especially that she was inspired by emojis as well, which is not a serious thing, to write about such a serious subject. I’d like to read the book.

  3. catherine santiago jose

    I’ve definitely agree with you, reading and sharing is a great knowledge gaining in both sides. I truly admired anybody who loves reading a lot and this is the best to do in most of our free time. Thank you for sharing this to us and I hope I’ll be able to do this kind of routine too.

  4. I like that someone is trying to reach young people and also spread awareness on suicide. Having witnessed the devastation left by suicide in my extended family, i can definitely relate and empathize. This is an incredible initiative.

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