Mind Speaking Out Loud

Mind Speaking Out Loud

by Teresa Skinner
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Mind Speaking Out Loud by Teresa Skinner

As women of color continue to move up the social ladder, challenging the odds and resisting all stereotypes, T.L. Skinner presents a poetry book that will inspire women to love themselves for who they are. As time continues to tick by and women are bombarded with society's standards of beauty and behavior, this poetry book shows that flawless are priceless attributes, and things to be proud of. As Skinner bares her soul, withholding nothing back and standing strong, she encourages women to love themselves,for men to have the highest level of accountability. With a complete sense of aurora and radiancy, Skinner welcomes readers into the daily struggle of any woman of color and shows the strength that it is possible to overcome all things. Touching on subjects that vary as wide from self-inspection, friendships, relationships, and surviving turmoil, Skinner encourages all who read that not only is the ebb of life's storms rugged and hard to sail through. But surviving it all can give any woman courage enough to look in the mirror, and finally verbalize the qualities of: "Who I Am!"
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Product Details

BN ID: 2940014738767
Publisher: Prioritybooks Publications
Publication date: 06/01/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 108
File size: 284 KB

About the Author

Teresa Skinner lives in Atlanta, Georgia with her family. This is her first
book of poetry and essays.

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Mind Speaking Out Loud 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
OOSABookClub More than 1 year ago
Love Yourself First “Mind Speaking Out Loud” by Teresa Skinner is a poetry collection that is broken down in five sections: Who I Am, Relationships & Friendships, Battles, My Point Of View, and Pearls of Wisdom. The standpoint poem for me is ‘Changing’ which perfectly describes why we are apprehensive and fearful to change. Skinner does not sugarcoat as she writes from her heart and makes it perfectly clear that nothing else matters if we do not love and respect ourselves first. Reviewed by: Tiffany 3.5 stars