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It s Okay Not to Be Okay

Author : Sheila Walsh
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We've all experienced that moment where we wish we could start all over again. Failed marriages, lost friends, addictions, lost jobs. This is not the life we imagined. Yesterday can sometimes leave us stuck, sad, shamed, scared, and searching. Sheila Walsh encourages readers to face the pain head on and then start again, from right where they are. She shares that when she discovered "I'm not good enough and I'm good with that," everything started to change. In It's Okay Not to Be Okay, Walsh helps women overcome the same old rut of struggles and pain by changing the way they think about God, themselves, and their everyday lives. She shares practical, doable, daily strategies that will help women move forward one step at a time knowing God will never let them down.

It s Okay Not to Be Okay Study Guide

Author : Sheila Walsh
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Life is not always as we imagined it would be. Sheila Walsh wants you to face the pain of yesterday head-on and then start again, from right where you are. In this companion study guide to It's Okay Not to Be Okay, she helps you overcome the same old rut of struggles and pain by changing the way you think about God, yourself, and your everyday life. Her practical, doable, daily strategies will help you move forward one step at a time, knowing God will never let you down.

It s OK Not to Be OK

Author : Claire Chamberlain
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What’s normal anyway? Into every life some rain must fall. Nobody is fine all the time, and if you’re feeling down or struggling with serious problems, you’re not alone. This clear and comforting guide is here to help you understand the mental health issues that can affect us all, and to help you look after your mind, body and soul. Touching on a range of topics, including anxiety, depression, loneliness, stress and self-esteem, this is a book for anyone and everyone who needs good advice, fresh ideas and kind words.

It s OK to be Gay

Author : Alison Stokes
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Launched to coincide with National Coming Out Day, It's OK to be Gay is a collection of inspirational coming out stories from well-known figures from the LGBT community, who talk frankly about their own experiences and how their sexuality has shaped their character and success. Contributors include: Sue Perkins; rugby star Gareth Thomas; best-selling crime writer Val McDermid; Coronation Street star Charlie Condou; Strictly Come Dancing star Robin Windsor; Evan Davis, presenter of Dragon’s Den and Radio 4′s Today programme; Alice Arnold, former BBC newsreader and partner of Clare Balding; Edd Kimber, winner of the first ever Great British Bake Off; Reggae/soul singer Diana King; Lord Waheed Alli, Labour peer and entrepreneur; Award-winning writer Stella Duffy; X Factor finalist Jade Ellis; Author Paul Burston; Paralympian Claire Harvey; Actress Sophie Ward; Jane Czyzselska, editor of Diva magazine; Hip-hop artist Q Boy; Playwright Shelley Silas; Former Brookside actor Stifyn Parri; International rugby referee Nigel Owens; BBC Radio presenter Chris Needs; Rosie Wilby, comedienne and writer; Phyllis Opoku-Gyimah, Director UK Black Pride; Darren Scott, editor of GT magazine; It's OK to be Gay is a raising money for the charity Diversity Role Models and its work to stop homophobic bullying in schools.

God Says It s Okay

Author : Miss E
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Ever since she was a child, there was something special about her. Something she just could not put her finger on. Having lived in the city of brotherly love Philadelphia, and then having to move to a small, rural town wasnt what MISS E was looking forward to. From having to deal with being the oldest child to being a single-parent wasnt what MISS E expected her life to be. Being led by the Holy Spirit is something many of us are afraid of or dont know how to do or just dont want to do. Journeying with MISS E is an interesting yet fruitful and prosperous adventure. Even though she has faced many trials, MISS E has learned to lean and depend totally on Jesus. Join her and see why God Says, Its Okay.

It s Okay to Cry

Author : Lynne Jasames
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This book will provide readers with another perspective about how people deal with adversity in their life. The character, Special expressed herself a great deal throughout the book by crying. Crying helped Special heal. Special used crying as a way of lashing out, venting, and releasing stress. The reader will be able to relate to the circumstances and situations that the characters find themselves in. The reader will be able to relate to at least one, if not more, of the emotions expressed in the book. If the reader themselves have not had the experience they will know someone who has. The book expresses how spirituality helped Special get through all the adversity she experienced. Special had determination and the right attitude throughout the book. Special experienced adversity over and over again and held it together for her self and children. Special had her breaking point and still got through. Through talking to her children, family, friends and a therapist she succeeded in not breaking down or giving up. Special reflects back on her adversities and expresses how she made it through and what was going on in her life at that time. In the book several conversations are taking place that allows the reader to think and reflect on. The reader will be calling family and friends striking up conversations after they have read certain chapters or incidents in the book. The reader being able to relate and identify with several incidents and conversations is the main factor of the book. *The names of the characters are very symbolic in the book. Every woman or man has had a BUSTA in his or her life. A Busta that has made him or her cry.

It s Okay to Laugh Sometimes

Author : Sandra Bordenca
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It's Okay To Laugh..... (Sometimes) by Sandra I. Bordenca

It s Okay

Author : Toni E. Roberts
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When your days are numbered by cancer people ask why you would spend time writing a book instead of relishing in family moments. It's because this is the book I needed. It is so easy for your mind to be filled with anger and fear after receiving a diagnosis like terminal cancer. I needed spiritually uplifting books that gave me insight on how to live with cancer, how to be okay with the disease and most importantly, how to embrace this time as an opportunity from God. I hope this book offers you the encouragement you need and opens your eyes to God's workings and miracles that hide within the darkest moments of your life.

It s Okay to Be Me

Author : Veronica Arnold
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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 Ok Eli

Author : Carol Surber
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This book covers the areas of Downs syndrome, Autism,Catatonia and Bipolar disorder in one person. Covering birth to age 22 years, it has several personal stories and some medical issues involving this individual. Symptoms of each disorder are recorded before each diagnosis is made. Trial and error drug therapies and results are detailed. Eli is one of several people in the world having these multiple disorders. He was featured in a graduate thesis by an Ohio State University student.

Don t Tell Me It s Okay

Author : Sue Doble
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This book is about grief in its rawest form. As you read you will visit each emotion and entertain the feelings that go with them. The book does not just describe grief, but takes you to that place also; it is not your pain but one you can relate to and hopefully, find hope.

It S Okay to Hurt

Author : LINDA KAY MULLINAX
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There comes a time in ones life that nothing seems to make sense. My life is normal in every way. Then out of the blue my life is turned upside down. I've read a lot of books on romance, mystery and horror. A lot of them got me so involved I just didn't want to put it down. I never would have dreamed that my life would turn into a nightmare that I could not wake up from. I've read of horrible true life stories happening to other people but it never entered my mind that I would be living my own true horror story. Being in a car wreck is a horror story that no one wants to go through. When you talk of being in a car wreck the first thing that comes to your mind is pain, being out of work and of course the settlement. I didn't think of all the tests and therapy I would have to go through. I believe I can say that most people think of getting better and going back to work pain free. This was not the case for me. I had a pain that started in 1992 and has gone on for 19 years with no let up in sight. Please, read my story because you may be going through this same pain but you have never been able to put a name to it. You haven't been able to get any straight answers for these symptoms. I have and it is called Fibromyalgia. Let me know if this is okay? Linda

A Marginalized Voice

Author : Reginald Williams
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The downpour of death and destruction flooding that life path of Black boys makes them prime candidates to be placed on the Endangered People's List. To be young, Black, a male, and muted, is a recipe for living with an emotional and potentially, a mental disorder. Black boys, too often, blinded by frustration, are angry, confused, and disconnected. Like pain, calling attention to illness in the body, A Marginalized Voice draws attention to the harmful practices, and social ills that systemically Many practitioners (parents, educators, program personnel, and health professionals) believe they are providing well-meaning solutions for those struggles faced by Black boys. More often than not, most fail to comprehensively understand the vicious cycle Black boys struggle to escape. A Marginalized Voice uncovers those deleterious practices authored by well-meaning supporters whose actions contribute to the pathology dependence that many Black boys find themselves locked in. The book illuminates the invisible chains of marginalization used to trap Black boys. Reginald Williams' use real-life chronicles to deliver the sobering truth about practices and principles paralyzing Black boys. The narrated stories represent the only empirical data needed to educate those who are miseducated. A Marginalized Voice challenges claimed leaders to step forward and educate themselves on the depth of the complex issues. It pushes leaders to be brazen enough to collaboratively forge forth to facilitate the change needed to impact the lives of Black boys. The abolitionist Frederick Douglass said: "It's easier to build strong children than repair broken men." A Marginalized Voice begins the process of building strong Black boys. It is the start of a conversation that will push for a movement so that the world will see and hear Black Boys Speak.

How to Be a Well Being

Author : Andy Cope
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Make the Most of Every Single Day Uncertainty, instability, pressure, anxiety and now pandemic pandemonium . . . the world is hell bent on robbing us of our wellbeing. It's time to fight back. Twenty-Two Rules for Life that Just work It's time to ditch the tired, old wisdom, and take life into your own hands. We've all fallen for the mantra that 'you only live once,' but it's a big fat lie. The truth is that you get to live – really LIVE – every single day of your life. Based on the wisdom of Positive Psychology, How to be a WELL BEING teaches you to: Strive toward your true potential Stop wasting time and start achieving Focus on what's truly important Rethink your thinking Find meaning and fulfillment Upgrade to YOU 2.0 It's time to raise your personal bar from mental health to mental WEALTH. 'Memento mori' – remember death. No more messing around. No more wasting time. A new world calls for new rules. It's time to re-focus on what's most important and to take massive strides towards your true potential. 'I forget what came before sliced bread, but whatever it was, this is better than that.' —Mylee from Swindon

It s Okay to Manage Your Boss

Author : Bruce Tulgan
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Get what you need from your boss In this follow-up to the bestselling It's Okay to Be the Boss, Bruce Tulgan argues that as managers demand more and more from their employees, they are also providing them with less guidance than ever before. Since the number one factor in employee success is the relationship between employees and their immediate managers, employees need to take greater responsibility for getting the most out of that relationship. Drawing on years of experience training managers and employees, Tulgan reveals the four essential things employees should get from their bosses to guarantee success at work. Shows employees how to ask for what they need to succeed in their high-pressure jobs Shatters previously held beliefs about how employees should manage up Outlines what employees must get from their managers: clear expectations; the skills needed to perform their jobs; honest feedback, recognition or rewards A novel approach to managing up, It's Okay to Manage Your Boss is an invaluable resource for employees who want to work more effectively with their managers.

It s Okay I m Gay

Author : M Kay
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It s Okay to Cry

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Anxiety Journal

Author : MM Anxiety Journal
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This journal is suitable for people who suffer from being lonely, suffering with anxiety which can distort mental and physical conditions. This will be your partner to share your thoughts and whenever you are triggered by your emotions, just keep on track that this is your self-care journal.This journal includes anxiety and mood tracker so you can see any changes for yourself. This is also a good way to gain awareness and control anxiety.

It s Okay to Wait

Author : Alonda Thomas
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"It's Okay to Wait" is the story of a father who sits down with his adolescent daughter to have "the talk" about sex. Through his experience of well-earned life lessons and faith principles, he describes some of the stumbling blocks she may encounter on the road to love. Sensing that she can speak honestly to her dad without being judged, the daughter reveals her concerns and asks questions about dating, love and marriage. It's not easy for parents to give sound advice and guidance to growing children, but it is necessary! Author Alonda Thomas wrote "It's Okay to Wait" after observing the advanced sexual awareness of today's youth; reminiscing about her own experiences as a teen; and contemplating how she would address the subject with her own future children. This revealing glimpse into an intimate conversation between a parent and child will educate the young and inspire the young-at-heart. It will stimulate conversation for anyone faced with their own "talk" and encourage a healthy discussion about self-esteem, self-worth and discernment.

It s OK To Say God

Author : Tad Armstrong
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“Our Founders would not recognize today’s America. Christianity is under attack as never before. My career as a Baptist minister and as chaplain of the Texas House of Representatives has, in a sense, taken me to both sides of Jefferson’s metaphorical ‘wall of separation.’ Mr. Armstrong puts it a bit differently: ‘There should be at least a short fence of separation between Caesar and God. If the divider falls, government will strong-arm religion.’ Instead of relying on sound bites, headlines, and e-mails, he takes you straight to the Supreme Court opinions that have shaped the religion clauses of the First Amendment. You will likely be very surprised at what you find. It’s OK to Say ‘God’ brings the Constitution back to Main Street where it belongs. His commentary is both eye-opening and refreshing. His suggestions of how Christians should respond to the culture war focus more on fulfilling the mission of Jesus Christ than on whether a nativity scene or a Menorah should win the favor of the courts at Christmas. Whether you decide to implement his suggestions in your life or not, Mr. Armstrong is most concerned that all Americans stop living in ignorance of these most important laws of our land. Learn as a family—discuss these truths with your children and grandchildren—and start living your faith out loud, for contrary to false rumor, it really is OK to bring God back into our culture and back into our government. Tad will show you the way.” —Pastor R.B. Hall, former chaplain of the Texas House of Representatives