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My mom heard my heart's cry. She didn't proclaim, "Well, get over it, you're going to be tall!" Instead, she talked with my dad about it, and they realized I had a perceived weakness that could be changed (my clumsiness) and one that couldn't (my height).
You know what they did? They problem solved. I praise God they were solution-focused parents! They enrolled me in dance class, and I thrived! Through tap and ballet, I quickly overcame my clumsiness. Because of my height, I was the center of the back rowÃ¢â¿¬â¿¿which I decided was a position of high honor! (When a perceived weakness is an unchangeable characteristic, changing one's attitude toward it is the next best thing.)
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Rock Bottom or Anochored to the Rock
2. Chutes and Ladders Linkages
3. Security: Who Can I Trust?
4. Identity: Who Am I?
5. The Change Process
6. Belonging: Who Wants Me?
7. Purpose: Why Am I Alive?
8. Competence: What Do I Do Well?