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Rob Hill Sr: The Self-Help Enthusiast You Need To Know

Looking for books, thought provoking words of encouragement or a pick-me-up for those rough days? There’s someone who can do that. It’s time to meet Rob Hill Sr., the self-help enthusiast you need to know.

Who Is This Self-Help Enthusiast?

Hill, also known as the “Heart Healer”,  is an author and Navy veteran from Chesapeake, VA. Hill’s talent as a writer has caught the attention of many people and he is now sought after to speak about relationships, purposeful living and passion.

The wordsmith has over a half a million followers on Instagram and Twitter combined. His #TheMissingPiece posts are circulating all over social media and inspiring thousands of people.

As a result of many sharing his posts,  celebrities such as Terrence J and Rihanna have also began following him.  Additionally,  he has made appearances on Charlamagne Tha God’s Breakfast Club.  On the show, he speaks about his love journey and being a heart healer.

Where to Buy Books By Rob Hill Sr.

In addition to his motivational posts, Hill also has an impressive collection of books that he has written over the years. His books—About Something RealFor Single PeopleI Got You, The Missing Piece: Finding the Better Part of Me: A Love Journey and Truce: Healing Your Heart After Disappointment are available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Target and

Hill’s  ability to help people who are willing and ready to live with purpose is truly moving.  His words continue to resonate with people and provokes readers to be vulnerable.

As he releases more books, it’s encouraging to know that others will still be on their continuous journey to finding their missing piece. To keep up with Hill, follow him on Instagram and Twitter.

For contact and serious book inquiries, visit to learn more. As Hill says, “We’re all one choice away from a completely different life.”

Kris Crews

Kris Crews is a writer from Columbus, Ohio. Writing was always something she had a knack for, but once she started her undergraduate experience, she found that writing was a passion of hers that she wanted to pursue more seriously. In 2017, she graduated with a B.A. in journalism and media communications. Pursuing this field allowed her to develop her skills as a writer, and with time and hard work, she sent out work that was then published by MTV, Huffington Post and Elite Daily. Currently, she is writing her first book.