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Words of a Journey: My Thoughts on Life and Living
A book by a teenager for teenagers!
Words of a Journey is a book for anyone who wants to take a closer
look at life's meaning and their experiences.
Seventeen-year old Kaitlyn Kashman has designed this book to
provide thought-stimulation on various issues and feelings that young
adults explore. The book is a potpourri of poetry, with introspective,
inspirational questions and observations to stimulate thought in readers
so they can come to a clearer understanding of their own feelings
Topics for deeper introspection run the vast range of emotions and
situations young adults experience to help readers analyze and clarify
their own relationships:
Understanding unrequited love leads to analysis between what is a want vs. a need.
The difficulties of first love, learning about oneself, seeking the thrill of love, and knowing when it is best to end.
Discovering that one cannot change for another person.
Learning that sometimes we love our own fictional version of a person.
Nourishing a budding sense of new identity.
Finding the boundaries between two people, accepting and embracing ourselves.
An important book for any teenager or young adult, Words of a Journey will take readers down a path that will lead them back home to find a better version of themselves.
Critics Praise for Words of A Journey
"In Words of a Journey Kaitlyn gives teenagers permission to think for themselves and a place to express themselves on the pages of the book. A simple thought gives way to self-expression and the opportunity for clarity. Words of a Journey: My Thoughts on Life and Living, serves as a journal that can be used every day. Often, we simply need to see our thoughts in print to make sense out of our struggle and to fully appreciate our joy!"
--Judee Ausnow, author of Drama is Optional: A Guide for Teens
Learn more at www.KaitlynKashman.com
From the World Voices Series at Modern History Press www.ModernHistoryPress.com