EVERYONE: This book is written for everyone who have found themselves stuck behind any sabotaging bias. Rita Jackson provides insightful keys to unlock the doors to relationship building across all lines. Regardless of socio-economic status, race, gender, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation or spirituality "EVERYONE" deserves to be free of baggage that binds. Any bias that blinds is baggage that binds. Lighten the load. EVERYONE (E1) Take NOTHING for the Journey!
Delilah’s Syndrome is especially dedicated to every young person who is struggling with a poor self esteem as a result of suffering one form of abuse or the other. It is filled with real life stories of young people who went through unimaginable experiences that affected their self esteem, and how they finally overcame the consequences of their horrible past. It is a discourse on how the loss of self esteem can fatally affect the fulfillment of purpose, dreams and goals. It shows practical ways that each young person with this problem can overcome pictures of the past, regain their self esteem and go ahead to fulfill their God-ordained purpose, dreams and goals. Written by a Christian medical doctor with many years of experience helping struggling young people.
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A book to provide insight and hope into mental illness including self harm, anorexia, depression, suicidal ideation, bipolar and psychosis. A must read for both people struggling with mental health issues and those who treat them. Katie Provides a personal first person account in to the world of living with mental illness as well as to the treatment system covering both NHS and private sectors.
Author Katie Maylea makes her debut in this raw, honest memoir about surviving life when living seems no longer an option. Katie revisits her past and looks beyond to her future as a person living with mental illness, sharing with the reader a message of hope driven by sheer audacity. Through personal writings spanning years, In Bloom Not Broken invites us into the mind of a troubled young woman navigating through the hostile, barren landscape of depression entirely by feel, driven by her insatiable will to survive no matter the obstacles in her way. As the author guides the reader through her journey, she offers candid self-examinations of her actions, behaviours, and experiences against the backdrop of a tumultuous childhood and adolescence marked by family upheaval and undiagnosed mental illness. In detailing her subsequent experiences with self-harm, Anorexia Nervosa, Bipolar Affective Disorder and the battle for treatment, the author offers a compassionate perspective on life lived in spite of adversity before her eventual redemption through mental health treatment. Inspiring and thought-provoking, advocates, treatment professionals, and general readers alike will be moved by the author's perseverance despite the rabidity of her personal demons.
Lucien has it all. He's brilliant, handsome, talented, young, and devastatingly charming. Born with a natural charisma that radiated as bright as his smile, he's one of those types of people that had the whole world at his feet. He has everything going for him and his whole life to look forward to......that's how his story should have been told. But it isn't. Instead, at the age of 22, Lucien was diagnosed with a rare heart disease that would kill him as a young man. Rather than tiptoe around the rest of his years, he chose to live them even harder. Live hard, die fast, leave a good-looking corpse and all that.When he first asked me to join him on this road trip, I declined. No, I raged at the insanity of the idea. Drive across the country when only weeks before he had been lying on an operating table with his chest cut open? I insisted he should be home where I could take care of him, recovering from his surgery. But he persisted, like only he could. And in the end, I gave in and agreed to go with him...as if I could have resisted him. What resulted was a momentous, life-changing experience that I could never have anticipated.