The New Kid
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Bullying attacks our children at school, home, and play. The "new kid" often finds himself in a vulnerable place and often become a victim of bullying. Beanie and her team of bully busters are here to change the mean heart of a bully into a gentle giant. Join Beanie and the Bully Busters as they conquer another episode of bullying.
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Bullying Must Stop
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When teens are faced with life's challenges, love and support from family and friends can help them overcome their pain and suffering and move toward acceptance and fulfillment.
All parents worry about their children…their health, safety, and wellbeing. In addition, they worry about their future relationships, professional success, and strength of character. Author Deon Davis had an even bigger hill to climb. In I'll Find a Way, Davis describes her particular parenting challenge—raising a gay son who was suffering from self-inflicted pain, depression, suicidal thoughts, and the fear of self-acceptance. You will be touched by the honesty, loyalty, and devotion Davis shares with her readers. This book goes right to the heart and soul of parenting as it tenderly describes how love and support can bring our children hope and confidence at a time when they feel that self-destruction and despair are their only viable options. You will be moved by Davis's perceptive revelations. And you will be impressed as she describes her son's eventual self-acceptance and his bumpy road to becoming an intelligent, honorable, and respected gay young man. Davis takes us on a journey of love, acceptance, and understanding as we watch her struggling gay son learn to accept himself.
Publisher’s website: http://www.authorhouse.com
About the Author:
Deon Davis is a single mother of three, and a proud grandmother. She was motivated to write I'll Find a Way by her journey of love and acceptance for her gay son. She feels she has an obligation to share her story with other teens and their families. Davis is currently working on her second book, which will speak about gay relationships, coming out, and the politics of sexual orientation. Davis is a dialysis technician. She lives and writes in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
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