I am Beautiful: Journal Affirmations for Girls by Elizabeth D. Gray

An affirmation on its own is a powerful thing. However, flexing the muscle of an affirmation with the conscious expression of your own words, thoughts and experiences is a transformative thing. Use this affirmational journal to not only absorb the powerful messages in each affirmation, but to accentuate them tenfold by the expressions of your own creation.

Excellent as a journal for one girl or as a tool to use in a group setting for writing and discussion. Each entry covers a different topic and then allows space for the reader to do their own writing. Topics are particularly relevant today. Doesn’t talk down or issue simple edicts, such as “love yourself,” but takes a different approach, which respects intelligence and individuality. There is an emphasis on empowerment, self-esteem and personal accountability.

Vision

Anyone can have pretty eyes
But not everyone has vision
That is another thing entirely
Vision sets forth the promise
Of possibilities before you
Vision imagines a path ahead
When all avenues appear blocked
Vision ignites a fire within
Allowing you to knock down walls
Vision places you ahead of this moment
Providing a preview of future success
Vision sets aside all obstacles
Relegating them to the category of insignificant
Vision is the tool by which
You construct your own wings
And use them to fly
Vision fuels your ability
To create your own momentum
To lift yourself from
The circumstances of the present
And into a tomorrow
Designed by you
Vision is not a quitter
It is immutable
Reinventing itself eternally
To address every conceivable situation
So go ahead and tell me I have pretty eyes
I will smile and thank you
But anyone can have pretty eyes
And I myself
Would rather be known
For having vision

Please see our other titles:

Nonfiction:

I am Enough: Journal Affirmations for Girls
Becoming Me: Journal Affirmations for Girls Vol 1
Becoming Me: Journal Affirmations for Girls Vol 2
From this Day Forward: Journal Affirmations for the Bride to Be
Affirmation Poetry for Expectant Mothers
Affirmation Poetry for Health and Healing
Affirmation Poetry for Wealth and Abundance
Here and Now: Finding God in the Everyday
In the Shadows: Finding God on our Darkest Days

Fiction:

Paradox Love (Paradox Love, Book 1)
Where the Deer Dwell

Author: Elizabeth D. Gray

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Becoming Me: Journal Affirmations for Girls Vol 2 (Becoming Me. Journal Affirmations for Girls) by Elizabeth D. Gray

Excellent as a journal for one girl or as a tool to use in a group setting for writing and discussion. Each entry covers a different topic and then allows space for the reader to do their own writing. Topics are particularly relevant today, such as the entry, “The Heart of a Bully.” Doesn’t talk down or issue simple edicts, such as “love yourself,” but takes a different approach, which respects intelligence and individuality. There is an emphasis on empowerment, self-esteem and personal accountability.

The Heart of Bully

What can be found
In the heart of a bully?
It’s not what you’d expect
Words spoken with feigned strength
In a heart that is afraid of itself
The heart of a bully
Beats in the most irregular way
Unable to cure its ills
It can only express its pain
In the most destructive ways
The heart of a bully
Points to others
So that they themselves
Might not be seen
Terrified to reveal
The ugliness of their own pain
The heart of a bully
Has not the courage
To confront the destruction within
Instead wielding their pain
To produce heartbreak in others
The heart of bully cries out
Unable to recognize
That even as it wreaks havoc
It too cries out for mercy
Too ashamed to ask for help
The heart of a bully
Boasts not strength
But the despair of utter brokenness

Please see our other titles:

Nonfiction:

Becoming Me: Journal Affirmations for Girls Vol 1
I am enough: Journal Affirmations for Girls
From this Day Forward:Journal Affirmations for the Bride to Be
Affirmation Poetry for Expectant Mothers
Affirmation Poetry for Health and Healing
Affirmation Poetry for Wealth and Abundance
Here and Now: Finding God in the Everyday
In the Shadows: Finding God on Our Darkest Days

Fiction:

Paradox Love
Where the Deer Dwell

Author: Elizabeth D. Gray

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Don’t Let Your Anger Ruin Your Life!: A Workbook to Help Teenagers to Manage Anger, Overcome Negative Feelings and Control Your Aggression and Frustration by Jem Westgate

The Ultimate Anger Management Guide for Teenagers Looking to Control Their Anger and Overcome Negative Feelings(The Only Anger Management Guide Book You Will Ever Need)In this book, you will learn valuable and critical information that can help you achieve positive results on overcoming your anger. You will also learn what you can do to maintain your life and prevent any anger outbursts from ever occurring again. In this book, you will acquire realistic and workable techniques that you want and that can ultimately help you gain a much more meaningful and happier life, way stronger and way powerful than ever before.This book was written for teens and relatives who believe in the power of peace and those who want to overcome anger through a more active language. And if you are reading this very book right here, then there’s a high and powerful chance for you to overcome negative and anger feelings. And even after reading everything that is within this book, taking all its advice and whether you have any or no success on overcoming your anger, at least it will help you look at it from a different perspective, and give you a more detailed plan on how to overcome your anger. As well to the parents and relatives, who are wishing to support and help their kids master their feelings and lead them to a more meaningful and happier life.

Author: Jem Westgate

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

The Wrong Team?: A Survival Guide for Gay Christian Teenagers by Paul Franklin

“Essential reading for teenagers who are grappling with issues around homosexuality but who also want to take the Bible seriously.”Ever felt like you were playing for the wrong team? Gay. Christian. Teenager.Something’s got to give, right?Well, maybe not.Living as a gay Christian is far from easy, but that’s not to say that it’s impossible. In fact, the Bible may not be as hostile to gay people as you think. You don’t have to spend your whole life sitting on the bench, and you don’t have to quit.Jesus has much more to say than that. This book is for those who want to hear.This easy-to-read introduction is the essential survival guide for Christian teenagers and young people who are struggling with issues of sexuality, or who have friends who need their advice. It explores all the key Bible passages on the subject, and looks at how they connect with the teaching of Jesus. The author is an ordained evangelical minister in the Anglican church, has an MA in Applied Theology, and is also an experienced youth ministry practitioner.

Author: Paul Franklin

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Don’t Let Your Anger Ruin Your Life!: A Workbook to Help Teenagers to Manage Anger, Overcome Negative Feelings and Control Your Aggression and Frustration by Jem Westgate

The Ultimate Anger Management Guide for Teenagers Looking to Control Their Anger and Overcome Negative Feelings(The Only Anger Management Guide Book You Will Ever Need)In this book, you will learn valuable and critical information that can help you achieve positive results on overcoming your anger. You will also learn what you can do to maintain your life and prevent any anger outbursts from ever occurring again. In this book, you will acquire realistic and workable techniques that you want and that can ultimately help you gain a much more meaningful and happier life, way stronger and way powerful than ever before.This book was written for teens and relatives who believe in the power of peace and those who want to overcome anger through a more active language. And if you are reading this very book right here, then there’s a high and powerful chance for you to overcome negative and anger feelings. And even after reading everything that is within this book, taking all its advice and whether you have any or no success on overcoming your anger, at least it will help you look at it from a different perspective, and give you a more detailed plan on how to overcome your anger. As well to the parents and relatives, who are wishing to support and help their kids master their feelings and lead them to a more meaningful and happier life.

Author: Jem Westgate

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

The Four Cadets: Part Two: A YA Graphic Novel by Katherine Pierce Chinelli

Four high school friends with emerging element-based abilities must outsmart scheming villains and navigate their own dramas in order to save each other from certain destruction.
In Part Two:
“Palladium”
Our four cadets are at it again in this sequel to “Metamorphosis.” They continue to search for Julia’s precious ring, try to escape the villains’ traps and rescue prisoners amidst a fire setup that could kill them all. Part two of two.
“Kidnapped”
Our cadet friends now meet to investigate a strangeness that has been infecting two of them. Unfortunately, one has gone away to a school and another is missing. The remaining two must endeavor to extricate the mystery. On their journey they meet up with more than they bargained for.

Author: Katherine Pierce Chinelli

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Get Unstuck Now: How Smart People Gain Clarity and Solve a Problem Fast, And How You Can Too by Laura van den Berg Sekac

Author: Laura van den Berg Sekac

Rating: Rating: 4.60 / 5
5 reviews