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It S Okay To Be Me

Its Okay To Be Me
Author: Veronica Arnold
Publisher: Inspiring Voices
ISBN: 1462404073
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A cancer diagnosis is never welcome, but for Veronica Arnold it was a call to battle rather than a temptation to drown in despair. Her response was, “Bring it on!” She wanted to see what God would do to help her through this. It’s Okay to Be Me: A Journey to God’s Heart by Way of Cancer presents the very personal account of Veronica’s early years and the factors that contributed to her feelings of rejection. While not a victim of abusive, alcoholic, or drug-using parents—or even of abject poverty—indwelling sin twisted her experience, convincing her that she was terribly fl awed and unworthy. But God was at work in her life, calling out to her and holding her close even at her most rebellious times. It was when she was at her most vulnerable point, fearing a possible death sentence from cancer, that she finally got the message that she was infinitely valuable and eternally and unconditionally loved by the very Creator of the universe. Walk with her through the revelational process of finding her true worth. Discover the ways God prepared her for her most difficult journey and continually supported her through the stress of the challenging decisions, surgery, and recovery. It’s Okay to Be Me chronicles how she discovered, for the first time in sixty-five years, why it really was okay to be herself. “An amazing and inspirational life-changing account of a personal journey! ... Veronica has given a gift to others by sharing her story.” - Ashley Hood, medical/oncology social worker
It's Okay to Be Me
Language: en
Pages: 28
Authors: Marianne Reagan, John Reagan
Categories:
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-04-01 - Publisher: America Star Books
It's Okay To Be Me is a children's book about being different. It is okay to be who you are, challenged or not. Just because a child has a disability doesn't mean they can not do many things that other children can do. The children in the book accept who they are and realize it really is okay to be me!
It's OK to be Me!
Language: en
Pages: 32
Authors: Sherry J. Kubalsky
Categories: Juvenile Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-03-16 - Publisher: FriesenPress
“I want to be . . .” Young animals think about how they want to be different. The monkey wants to be a turtle. The squirrel wants to be a giraffe. The bird wants to be a lion. But when their mothers remind them how special they are as themselves, the little animals remember: “It’s OK to Be Me!” With empowering messages of self-acceptance, It’s OK to Be Me! reminds young readers that God created them to be okay just as they are.
Jack Wants to Be Jill
Language: en
Pages: 38
Authors: Cindi Walton
Categories: Juvenile Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-10-28 - Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
This book is intended for all parents, grandparents, educators and anyone who has ever loved a child. Growing up is hard under the best of circumstances, but when you don't feel like you belong in your own skin, the battle is one that lasts 24/7 unless someone intervenes and says..." You're okay just the way you are and your feelings matter to me." The first step in understanding the whole issue of gender identity is removing our bias, shutting our mouths, opening our ears and listening to what the child has to say. Jack Wants to Be Jill is a simple story that introduces the transgender subject to younger children in a way that is non-judgmental and compassionate. Everyone deserves to be true to themselves and it needs to start in our own homes.
It's Always Okay to Be Me
Language: en
Pages: 320
Authors: Danielle Marie Bergan
Categories: Biography & Autobiography
Type: BOOK - Published: 2012-08-07 - Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
Acceptance and love are two desires sought by every person who enters into this world. What if you woke up one morning with the body of a male and the mind of a female? How would you cope with this? Over 99% of all born never question their gender; they just know who they are. If you could have this experience you'd have a slight clue on what it is like to be transgender.It's Always Okay to be Me, A journey to recovering lost hope, is a story of the life trail taken by Daniel Bergan to becoming Danielle Bergan. Daniel, a seemingly normal boy on the outside to family and friends, suffers from Gender Identity Disorder (GID). His brain tells him he is a girl yet he has the body of a boy.This heartfelt book documents Daniel/Danielle's life from growing up as a baby boomer in the fifties to becoming the complete woman she is today. Along the way an inner source of God through his Catholic upbringing allowed Daniel to believe one day that Danielle would go away by finding the one true love of his life. Yet in waiting for this, alcohol and drugs did for Daniel
What Helped Get Me Through
Language: en
Pages: 362
Authors: Julie K. Silver
Categories: Biography & Autobiography
Type: BOOK - Published: 2009 - Publisher: American Cancer Society
Offers cancer patients practical advice, inspiration, and medical guidance to help them cope with their diagnosis and make the right choices about their treatment, with first-hand stories from survivors who have faced the same challenges.
Trivia
Language: en
Pages:
Authors: Julie K. Silver
Categories: Feminism
Type: BOOK - Published: 1983 - Publisher:
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Converts to Buddhism
Language: en
Pages: 140
Authors: Amanda Lienau-Purnell
Categories: Education
Type: BOOK - Published: 2007 - Publisher: VDM Publishing
Psychology has historically failed to address matters of spirituality and cultural diversity. These voids are beginning to be addressed, but missing in the literature are descriptions of the experiences individuals involved in religions outside the Judeo-Christian traditions in the United States. This study examines the experiences of members of a small Buddhist center in the conservative, largely Christian context of the midwestern United States. Study questions examined were: What are the factors that influence an individual's decision to seek a minority religious tradition? What is the impact of minority religion membership in the larger, conservative religious culture? How does membership affect relationships with family, friends, and acquaintances? How might ideas about self, the world, and life experience change as individuals acculturate to a different worldview? This book would be of special interest to psychologists, sociologists, and religious studies professionals. It would also be useful for anyone interested in better understanding the experiences and well-being of Western Buddhists
Do I Have to Give Up Me to Be Loved by My Kids?
Language: en
Pages: 313
Authors: Jordan Paul, Margaret Paul
Categories: Conflict Management
Type: BOOK - Published: 1987 - Publisher: Compcare Publications
The authors of Do I Have to Give Up Me to Be Loved By You? now present "a brilliant, deeply honest, in-depth guide . . . (that) integrates the best of modern psychology with age-old wisdom" (Harold Bloomfield, author of Making Peace with Your Parents).
The Me I Used to Be
Language: en
Pages: 298
Authors: Jennifer Archer
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2005-09-27 - Publisher: Harlequin Books
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It's Okay to Cry
Language: en
Pages: 303
Authors: Maria L. King, Shari Veleba (L.), Harley King
Categories: Grief
Type: BOOK - Published: 1998 - Publisher: K&K Communications
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