Sabree Drops First Book: Not LoveNov 01, 2022 06:00AM ● By Staff
Not Love: The Road Back Home is a newly published book by Atlantan Amira Sabree. It is her first.
“Love is a universal experience, yet through the ages, it has maintained its mystery,” says Sabree. “This book highlights some of the distorted versions of love so readers can recognize them when they show up. It empowers readers not to self-abandon, to take their time and to lean into what feels right. The message emboldens readers to see the distinction between chasing, forcing and inventing love, and recognizing it when it shows up in its truest form.”
Inspired by the New York Times column Modern Love, Sabree, née Richardson, began writing just five years ago. Originally from New Jersey, she relocated to Atlanta and eventually obtained a master’s degree in biomedical research from Morehouse School of Medicine. She is currently executive director of a nonprofit organization.
“Every human wants to love and be loved,” says Sabree. “Academic institutions unfortunately do not teach us how to engage in the healthy practice of love. So, left to our own devices, many of us conclude that love is borne of self-abandonment and sacrifice. This book is more important now than ever as what truly healthy partnerships look like continues to evolve.”
Not Love is available on Amazon or at AmiraSabree.com.