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May 20th 2010:Julie Genovese - NOTHING SHORT OF JOY

The word “dwarf” was a difficult word for Julie Bond Genovese. Her diminutive stature carried labels that seemed to make her world just as small. Insensitive bullies called her “shrimpy, wittle midgee,” and in her formative years, Genovese saw herself as a freak. Yet her biggest fear throughout life was not the teasing and adversity she experienced, but the fear of never finding happiness. Through her journey the author realized: • The only thing that stood in the way of her dreams was her own disbelief. • A joyful, self-empowered life is not dependent on circumstances but on attitude. • Chal

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Julie Genovese

Genovese’s personal experience through life’s grand rites of passage is applicable to anyone facing life’s obstacles. Genovese endured severe arthritis pain, brain surgeries, and recovery from countless other operations. Even puberty brought pain, forcing Genovese to accept the body of a woman when she had the height of a small child. Through the years she learned that maintaining the “pretty smile” to cover up her desire to be considered “normal” was her choice alone. She is the author of Nothing Short of Joy.
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1536/1111-talk-radio 27/11/2017 08:00 27/11/2017 09:00 11:11 Talk Radio https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1536/1111-talk-radio The word “dwarf” was a difficult word for Julie Bond Genovese. Her diminutive stature carried labels that seemed to make her world just as small. Insensitive bullies called her “shrimpy, wittle midgee,” and in her formative years, Genovese saw herself as a freak. Yet her biggest fear throughout life was not the teasing and adversity she experienced, but the fear of never finding happiness. Through her journey the author realized: • The only thing that stood in the way of her dreams was her own disbelief. • A joyful, self-empowered life is not dependent on circumstances but on attitude. • Challenges helped rekindle her spirit and carve out big dreams. • When you can't stop the rain, calm the inner storm instead. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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