Reverend Robert W. Robinson, founder of Men Helping Men and Healing Damaged Emotions, is an author of four books. Reverend Robinson produced and hosted Men Helping Men for thirteen years on Time Warner Cable Network throughout the Mid-Hudson Valley, New York. He has spoken, taught, and inspired many local and international leaders on various topics of biblical, historical, and social ethics and truths. As a pioneer in various areas of strategic and unconventional approaches for solutions in our current society today, Mr. Robinson as made major headway for the advancement of many youth, adolescence, and mature adults today. Reverend Robert Wydell Robinson was educated in biblical studies from Manhattan Bible Institute in 1976 (taught by Dr. Dubois, Reverend Briggs of Manhattan, New York City, and Reverend Davison, New York City). Also, Reverend was in an off-campus syllabus. Robert has continued to refine himself with more education and training by certified trainers and colleges in the United States. Lately, Mr. Robinson has advanced in certification for chaplaincy and credentialed alcohol and substance abuse counseling program. Originally, from Richmond, Virginia, Robert moved to New York with his mother, Aretha Pearson (Wright), and older brother in the 1950s. A single mother, Aretha taught her sons the importance of knowledge-based decision making based on careful observation, thorough evaluation, relevant comparison, and clear standards.