by Natasha Jennings (Goodreads Author)
Talia is seventeen, weighs thirty-one kilos, and has been committed to a psychiatric unit. Ever wo…more
Talia is seventeen, weighs thirty-one kilos, and has been committed to a psychiatric unit. Ever wondered what was inside the mind of an anorexic? This is her journal, Beautiful Me.
"I couldn't give this book anything less than 5 stars... Honestly I couldn't. It gripped me from the start! When i ordered this book of amazon I Knew i would either LOVE it or HATE , there would be no middle ground. And i was right. I'm 20 Years old, and consider myself recovered from Anorexia nervosa (with which i was diagnosed at 16) I like to read books, both fiction and biography, subjected around, self harm and eating disorders because when the author gets it right i feel like i'm not so alone. the more i read the more i find feelings like i felt. And it helps me to move forward. ".....
Recommends it for: All eating disorder 'enthusiasts' , recovering/recovered ED patients
"I loved this book. It made me smile, cry and think about how we love and how we show love. At times there was no author just Talia. Beautifully written."
Loved this book, gives u a real understanding of ones suffering from anorexia. Well written hard to put down, a must read [close]
by B.C. Crow (Goodreads Author)
Why is an eco-terrorist saving the life of his greatest adversary? Will Lydia forsake her man again or…more
Why is an eco-terrorist saving the life of his greatest adversary? Will Lydia forsake her man again or will the world be plunged back into the dark ages?
This new author is releasing the entire Nephilim Series this summer. Be the owner of one of the first run prints available and get addicted to B.C. Crow. To learn more about this rising star: Visit www.BlueHPublishing.com [close]
by Carey Scott
We all want to feel valued. We crave approval and acceptance in the eyes of family, friends, and even stran…more
We all want to feel valued. We crave approval and acceptance in the eyes of family, friends, and even strangers. But when we seek confirmation that we are enough using the world’s standards, it seems like we always fall short. As a result, we cannot believe we are who God says we are—accepted, loved, beautiful, and treasured.
With hope-filled writing and plenty of hard-won personal advice, Carey Scott teaches you how to untangle your self-esteem from the world and anchor it in Jesus. She lovingly shows you that God was intentional in how he made you—and that he is pleased with his work. You’ll learn practical strategies to escape the unattainable standards of our performance-based world. And you’ll find comfort in the fact that you are not alone on the journey.
“If you feel like you’re simultaneously ‘too much’ and ‘not enough,’ Carey gets you, gives you hope, and guides you to the one and only perfect One, in whose love you are complete.”—Cheri Gregory, coauthor of The Cure for the “Perfect” Life
“Carey Scott offers encouragement for your heart and practical tools for your mind that will help you truly get free from insecurity.”—Holley Gerth, Wall Street Journal bestselling author of You’re Already Amazing
“Carey’s transparency is permission for women to gently unwrap our own areas of insecurity. Her faith leads us to change and freedom.”—Amy Carroll, speaker and author of Breaking Up with Perfect [close]
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