Color Me Sensitive: A Woman's Journey to Find Herself Through Disease

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AuthorHouse, Oct 1, 2002 - Biography & Autobiography - 108 pages
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Color Me Sensitive is the story of a woman's personal journey toward self-acceptance, peace, and faith. Full of the joy and pain that all women and mother's experience, the author describes how she learned not to be defined by her diagnosis and battle with sarcoidosis; instead, fueled by the disease, discovers her true essence through love, family and most importantly, a solid faith in God.


"June has found a positive message for herself in this disease; one that has allowed her to become a vehicle to strengthen and enlighten others. For that, I commend her and hope that you will embrace her journey."

Sandra Conroy
Founder & President
National Sarcoidosis Resource Center

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