Become empowered and inspired to fight the stigma that surrounds mental illness by turning to Levine-Oliver Publisher, Inc. We support the community of persons challenged by bipolar disorder, chronic depression, anxiety disorder, PTSD, etc. We do this by producing a weekly online newsletter containing education and information.
We share advocacy and community articles that all keep you participating as a regular citizen. We encourage you to accomplish your dream and not give in to labels, stigma, or stereotypes associated with having a mental illness!
At LOP, YOU ARE IMPORTANT! Every week, we release a newsletter providing Advocacy news and information, showing you pathways to happiness, encouraging you to find your purpose, commit to your Self-Care Plan, and how to share your success. LOP builds advocates out of persons living with a mental illness and those who desire more from life to make a positive difference in their families, neighborhoods, and communities. Mental health matters at LOP.
Levine-Oliver Publisher, Inc. is a Non-Profit, 501(c) 3 business. We are not paid by any organization.
Although mental illnesses are brain disorders having no cure, there are available medicine treatments and coping skills designed to aid in the recovery of patients. These treatments include psychotherapy, group therapy, cognitive-behavior therapy, and behavior modification.
LOP helps you to stay on your pathway to happiness along with your stabilized treatment Self-Care Plan from a doctor. LOP does NOT provide treatment! LOP is a Christian, faith-based company. LOP publishes valuable information to persons living with a mental illness or their families. LOP does not discriminate based on race, sex, and religion, etc.. We believe in medicine to achieve mental illness recovery success. Please take your medications as prescribed!!
Ultimately, our goal is to encourage success and empower you and your loved ones to pursue a quality, productive life, staying focused on accomplishing your dream. LOP hopes to inspire you to share your stories as an advocate. This helps stop stigma.
What We Do:
As a faith-based publishing company, LOP only accepts and publishes works written by her Majesty, Queen Agnes B. Levine at this time. LOP does publish unique “pixversations” on Pinterest.com (https://www.pinterest.com/levineoliverpub/cooling-well-water-a-collection-of-work-by-an-afri/) and Instagram.com/levineagnes! We are now on Flickr, too, at: http://www.flickr.com/LOPHappiness_Tour! Join us for daily inspirations, education, information, and support because we are not alone!
Send us your story with a photo of success and we will share it in a pixversation, too! All stories and photos become the property of LOP and will not be returned. No nudity, profanity, hatred, etc., just happy, encouraging photos and stories we can all enjoy. Thank you for joining us on the #Happiness_Tour.
LOP is continuing to grow by working with experienced professionals in the publishing industry. LOP will always reach out to help those who want to recover from a mental illness. Eventually, we will branch out so that your stories can be heard and understood in your own words.
- Public Speaking
- Book Signing
Queen Agnes - Chieftess of Gullah-Geechee Nation’s Books Available for Purchase Now:
This first book by Queen Agnes B. Levine is currently in print and available. It describes how her Majesty became diagnosed with bipolar disorder, a mental illness. It illustrates her spirituality and her commitment to living focused on glorifying God. Queen Agnes shares exactly what steps she took to achieve mental illness recovery success.
This first book, published in 2006, was a major platform for Queen Agnes to share her amazing testimony, “The Vanilla Room.” The book teaches that dreams do not die and a person can recover from a mental illness. It is available on Amazon.com
“I am quite impressed with how every poem presented in Cooling Well Water: A Collection of Work By An African-American Bipolar Woman” is supported by scriptures from the bible.”
This newest release by Queen Agnes B. Levine is in Kindle e-book format. This faith-based work really raises awareness about mental illness. The main character, Reenie, is a survivor of domestic violence. After losing her college roommate to suicide, surviving domestic violence, and developing a strong faith, Reenie finds both peer and family support free her to at last find happiness.
If you, or someone you love, lives with a mental illness, Reenie demonstrates that achieving mental illness recovery success is possible! It was challenging, but Reenie stayed committed in ways you will find encouragement to seek mental health care and find happiness in your own life, too. Her story changes attitudes about persons struggling in darkness with a mental illness. It erases stigma because anybody could be Reenie. This e-book is available in the Amazon Kindle store. Please click the link above to purchase and enjoy reading about Reenie!
Be Inspired Today
Buy Queen Agnes’ books and read her Majesty's stories with an open mind. Then, support the person in your life to walk away from hurting and out of suffering alone in darkness. Understand what a person living with a mental illness experiences daily and embrace that with treatment, not stigma, there is hope.
Remember, education leads to knowledge that breaks the cycle of mental illness, no matter what triggered it or how it developed. Live your dream.
Take part in the #AmericasMentalHealth movement by helping others recover from a mental illness. Please join me on hangouts on conversations about #Reenie, too. Watch for announcements in the LOPnewsmag. At hangouts, you can win prizes, too!! Remember to send LOP your happy photo beginning April 2017. You are never alone! Send happy photos to [email protected]. Your Photo will then be pinned on Flickr for all to see. Stay focused! Smile!”
That’s me, Queen Agnes, on the right in Art Therapy Class. I made my Preakness hat out of an old newspaper and a coffee filter. That’s my “Ms. Newsy” smile!
Agnes’ Favorites Pick:
“This book is a favorite because it discusses the hurts in the African-American community. It includes the DSM-IV and it is a handy resource, too, for blogging, writing articles, etc. Click the Title to purchase. THE DM-V is also available from Terrie M. Williams. I recommend understanding DSM-IV first.”
“Delve into this tome and discover a pathway out of darkness. There is humor, history, wisdom, hope, and deliverance in ways you never expected!
This good read will take you on a delightful journey across the country from Baltimore to Juneteenth Day! This story helped me to overcome my anxiety in crowds. I was motivated to write a book review! Click the Title to purchase.”
by Dr. Okeyo A. Jumal, his Royal Monarch Majesty.
The Best of Morning Glory
“by Juanita Bynum.. I love this CD because of the music therapy. It slows my racing thoughts so I have Peace.”
“I love my LOP Coach, Pam Perry. I have been coached by this awesome woman since 2004. I attended her Branding Star University! Thank you, Pam, for believing in LOP. I love you.”
REGISTER your child now for the annual Christmas Pageants! Cathedral of Christ The King Catholic School in Atlanta, GA (National Blue Ribbon School). CTK is signing up children at least 5 years old to participate in our 4:00p.m., EST Christmas Eve Mass reinactment of the Nativity Story in lieu of the Gospel Reading! Pageants will be held at CTK Kenny Hall and at our Mass at Second Ponce Baptist Church (next door to CTK). Sign up at cathedralctk/pageant NOW!
His Majesty, ROYAL MONARCH ARCHBISHOP WILTON D. GREGORY, Archdiocese of Atlanta, GA.
You're invited to Join Bishop Paul S. Morton, Sr.,
Senior Pastor, his Royal Monarch Majesty, of Changing A Generation Full Gospel Baptist Church, ATL, GA, on Tuesday Mornings for Meditation! Sunday Worship Live/Mobile:
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(COMING SOON: To Book Royal Monarch Queen Agnes - Chieftess of Gullah-Geechee Nation, her Royal Monarch Majesty, to be a guest speaker at your next event. Send request to: Email: [email protected] or call (404) 333-3727).