Graffiti: Learning to See the Art in Ourselves
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Number of Pages: 208
Vendor: Moody Publishers
Publication Date: 2008
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
Availability: In Stock
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Beauty is one ugly subject!
It's no secret that girls struggle with feeling gross, fat, skinny, tall, short, or inadequate, thanks to distorted ideas of what beauty really is. The media is no help, with its airbrushed and enhanced images of models and movie stars.
The answer isn't dieting or new clothes or surgery. The answer is found in the Word of God.
Author Erin Davis, who has struggled plenty with her own body image, takes young women on a journey of discovery and love to a new image of themselves as daughters of God.
She addresses issues such as how we talk to ourselves, truths about our bodies, redefining flaws, disordered eating, and true inward beauty in this honest and thought-provoking book. Journal prompts help readers dig deeper into each chapter.
Young women will come to a deeper understanding of physical and spiritual beauty as they look in the mirror through God's eyes.
Pamela5 Stars Out Of 5June 11, 2010PamelaVery relevant to today's young women: It is more than just an outward/inner "light" beauty book. Particularly compelling is when the book delves into the link between our perception of ourselves and destructive behavior (Chapter 3, Walking on Broken Glass [Why What You Think Affects How You Live]). We are not left in the abyss and are reassured that the King is, indeed, enthralled with our beauty.
Aileen Boone4 Stars Out Of 5March 26, 2009Aileen BooneExcellent book for girls who are dealing with body issues and self esteem. Written by an author who has recovered from an eating disorder. Excellent thought provoking questions and areas to journal for the reader.