God Made Me Beautiful, but I Didn't Know It

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AuthorHouse, Nov 13, 2007 - Family & Relationships - 108 pages
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Do you know how beautiful you are? Beauty is much more than an outward physical appearance. Beauty is an inner reflection of yourself. It is what draws people to you. It's what makes you a unique and special person. It is your gift.

Read "God Made Me Beautiful; But I didn't know it" and you'll find true beauty inside yourself. Is it being loving, patient, faithful or encouraging to others? Do you have a great sense of humor or a forgiving spirit?Are you wise? These are several of the sixteen characteristics of beauty discussed in this book. Enjoy finding out what really makes you beautiful and is obvious to others despite any circumstance or situation you have encountered in your life. You were, you are and you will always be beautiful!

 

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About the author (2007)

Monica Douglas Davis has an associate license in professional counseling. She obtained a MA in education from Concordia University and a second MA in Professional Counseling from Argosy University. She was a public school teacher for eleven years.

She has worked in several types of schools, including inner city Chicago schools, a language academy, a classical school and a suburban school in Gwinnett County Georgia. Monica has also worked as a mental health counselor in the state of Georgia.

She created curriculum for several children and adolescent groups and she has developed a behavior management game. She spent time working in conjunction with the Gwinnett County Juvenile Justice System. She has volunteered for several organizations working with children and families including, the YWCA, Child Abuse Prevention Services, HOPE worldwide, and Voices of Faith Education and Youth Ministries. Her goal is to empower children and their families so they can have the most fulfilling lives possible. Monica has written several other books for children and adolescents and is in the process of publishing them. She resides in Stone Mountain, GA with her husband and son.

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