What is it about your appearance that makes society so uncomfortable? How is this personally affecting you?We are living in an era where vocalization about other people's appearances is becoming increasingly obnoxious. This elephant in the room makes its ugly presence known from places of higher authority all the way to families and elementary schools. People battle depression, take drastic measures to mask self-esteem issues, suffer from bullying, complete suicide, or lose their lives at the hands of hate-filled people because of how they look.UNAPOLOGETICALLY Gray was born out of frustration, healing, and growth from negative reactions Traci experienced about her hair color. Take a journey with her as she learned to be an UNAPOLOGETIC model in her natural transition of life in the midst of her critics—even to this day.This book is a must-read for those who are wounded with internal and external abusive beliefs or project their destructive views and behaviors on others without thought to their impact. UNAPOLOGETICALLY Gray is simply a book of reminders to maintain a sense of wellness, create better boundaries, and command an atmosphere of dignity for all in the midst of social mishaps.
Traci Byerly has a passion for seeing people being their best and have a quality lifestyle. She penned a special unapologetic manual from her heart to those who society says their looks are undesirable or unacceptable. Traci’s desire to is promote healing, empowerment, and confidence using her gray hair journey. She wants her readers so inspired that they are determined to change their atmospheres by starting their own personal movements with creating communities in love, for love.
Traci and her husband, Fredrick Byerly are co-partners as certified Success Coaches for Your Chosen Pass at https://www.yourchosenpass.com. Traci holds an International Coach Federation (ICF) credential as an Associate Certified Coach (ACC). She loves being a change agent, doing ministry, being a gray-hair model, and pro-aging advocate along with her husband. She cherishes spending time with her family and friends, writing inspirational and empowering messages, listening to music, reading, and traveling. Fredrick and Traci share four children and a grandson. They live in the Dallas/Fort Worth area of Texas.