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    And That’s Okay: I’m Wired Differently

    By Erin Geddes

    I am who I am, for this I am certain. I wouldn’t want to be any other kind of person. Being different is okay. Across our world, the concept “being different” offers a deeper sense of awareness...

    Publisher
    Redemption Press

    ISBN
    B0CWDP9NHP

    Publication Date
    February 23, 2024

    US Price
    $0.00

    Page Count
    160

    About the book

    I am who I am, for this I am certain.

    I wouldn’t want to be any other kind of person. Being different is okay. Across our world, the concept “being different” offers a deeper sense of awareness of what is valued and important.And That’s Okay uses powerful visual storytelling to help guide the mindset of what neurodiversity can be like. Being autistic and ADHD, author Erin Geddes believes people’s methods of navigating life or feelings are still valid, despite being wired differently.

    Readers will learn how neurodivergent kids encounter their world, the struggles they have, the solutions they use to cope, and how they embrace their differences with grace, joy, and acceptance because that is every bit okay

    About the author
    Erin Geddes has used her way of looking at the world to communicate creatively, professionally, and personally using striking visuals married with copywriting. She sees life differently, and she thinks that’s okay. Her children see the world differently, and that’s okay. Her mission is to support all different kinds of families and their kids to be okay with viewing the world just a little bit differently, as it’s what gives us reasons to celebrate. Her children’s book And That’s Okay: I’m Wired Differently celebrates the vibrant, silent world of neurodivergent kids and their loved ones. Erin enjoys fine woodworking, photography, and many other creative mediums the wind may blow her to while living in the Midwest.

    Reviews

    “I liked how the author exemplified diversity and inclusion as a child would understand. Neuro diverse individuals are highlighted as the main characters, which is a much needed cultural movement. We are ok.”
    Daniel Thibodeau
    5 stars
    Diversity & Inclusion

    “I work with children and have a child with sensory processing disorder, this book lets everyone know that being ourselves is okay! I love it!”
    Stephanie Bradburry
    5 stars
    Accepting of all kinds of behavior and that’s okay

    About the book

    I am who I am, for this I am certain.

    I wouldn’t want to be any other kind of person. Being different is okay. Across our world, the concept “being different” offers a deeper sense of awareness of what is valued and important.And That’s Okay uses powerful visual storytelling to help guide the mindset of what neurodiversity can be like. Being autistic and ADHD, author Erin Geddes believes people’s methods of navigating life or feelings are still valid, despite being wired differently.

    Readers will learn how neurodivergent kids encounter their world, the struggles they have, the solutions they use to cope, and how they embrace their differences with grace, joy, and acceptance because that is every bit okay

    About the author
    Erin Geddes has used her way of looking at the world to communicate creatively, professionally, and personally using striking visuals married with copywriting. She sees life differently, and she thinks that’s okay. Her children see the world differently, and that’s okay. Her mission is to support all different kinds of families and their kids to be okay with viewing the world just a little bit differently, as it’s what gives us reasons to celebrate. Her children’s book And That’s Okay: I’m Wired Differently celebrates the vibrant, silent world of neurodivergent kids and their loved ones. Erin enjoys fine woodworking, photography, and many other creative mediums the wind may blow her to while living in the Midwest.

    Reviews

    “I liked how the author exemplified diversity and inclusion as a child would understand. Neuro diverse individuals are highlighted as the main characters, which is a much needed cultural movement. We are ok.”
    Daniel Thibodeau
    5 stars
    Diversity & Inclusion

    “I work with children and have a child with sensory processing disorder, this book lets everyone know that being ourselves is okay! I love it!”
    Stephanie Bradburry
    5 stars
    Accepting of all kinds of behavior and that’s okay

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