After a traumatic relationship ended, with no sense of self worth or identity, Myles spiraled downward into a dangerous depression, consumed with thoughts of suicide. Through sheer willpower, and a process he created called "The Reclamation", he broke the chains that shackled his heart and mind.
His healing process forced his ego to kneel before his heart and discovered not only his toxicities and how to fix them, but he also identified the causes of personal and relational issues that affect a majority of the population.
In his debut book, DTF: Death to F*ckboys, he shares his raw truth without fear in a conversational storytelling format. It highlights how his f*ckboy identity was formed, sexcapades that objectified women, issues he caused in relationships that he was blind to, and shares with readers "The Reclamation" - the healing process that rewired his brain to think and act from a source of truth and love rather than fear and ego.
This book is not just a tell-all memoir written from the perspective he had while he was a f*ckboy. It is also a wake-up call to society. Herein lies clarity around the deeper issues that cause the majority of us to live from a source of fear and ego rather than truth and love. These deeper issues affect each and every one of us individually, in different ways, and they restrict our ability to form genuine connections and healthy relationships. The message in this book transcends the story of his f*ckboy identity and can be applied to any and all who have been caught in the deceptive web of fear regardless of whether or not they recognize it.
On a large scale Myles desires to bring awareness to the social issues that corrupt our souls. He is an advocate for mental health awareness and suicide prevention and is garnering support to start a movement to change the collective mindset on self-love, dating, and relationships. On an individual level he aims to guide those that lost their way like he did, and help them understand how to derive their self worth from within.
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