Description: Who Me? Worthwhile? Yes, You is a workbook to help you evaluate where you stand with yourself. As an abused individual, I feel it necessary to change the way one sees who one is. Many people have a low self-image. We think we are who others say we are, when in fact their view of us might be very wrong. It is easy to see good qualities and value in other people, but when it comes to who we are, the tables can get turned. Our vision is sometimes colored by what hides deep inside. This workbook is designed to help us take a deep look into what makes us the people we are. Emotions play a part in our make-up; therefore, in discussing those, we can better evaluate the true nature of our total being. Looking at Scripture helps us to revaluate who we are in God. It gives us the hope and help needed to better our lives. The Bible also has many quotes and stories that are relevant today. It applies to every emotion we have and lets us know God gave us these feelings. God is there in all that we go through. He can, will, and does help us live through events thought to be too tough to handle. He changes us in ways we only thought we could dream would happen. He gives us value beyond measure. He is the one who ultimately measures our worth. Endorsements: ""Glenda Hunter has personally lived with the emotions reflected in the title of her newest book, Who Me? Worthwhile? Yes, You Her narrative and questions reflect the healing she has personally experienced from abuse she suffered as a child. Glenda is more than just a theoretician-she is one who has lived with and conquered the pain of poor self-image. Her work reflects the hope that God's redemptive grace promises to heal all who suffer from emotional pain."" --Ray Easley, EdD Vice President for Academic Affairs Wesley Biblical Seminary ""Ms. Hunter's personal journey through abuse, self-doubt, and recovery provides the perfect background for an insightful workbook for others dealing with issues of self esteem. This book should be a very helpful tool for individuals and groups who have suffered similar traumas, offering practical steps to psychological and spiritual healing."" --Beverly McMillan, MD, FACOG East Lakeland Ob-Gyn Associates, Jackson, Mississippi About the Contributor(s): Glenda L. Hunter is a graduate of Wesley Biblical Seminary. She is the author of An Unspeakable Secret and Mommy Twinkle Eyes: Letters to My Therapist. She resides in Clinton, Mississippi with her husband Steve.