In this book of poetry, you will discover that the author deals with subjects such as Low self-esteem, rejection and sexual abuse to name a few. She expounds on topics Like My Reflection, The inner child, and The Peter Pam Syndrome, which is about an adult who has been abused as a child, but is afraid to come out of hiding? The key is looking at your past and embracing it instead of running from it. You don't embrace it to become a victim again; you embrace it for healing and to move forward in your inner self. Healing takes place first in your mind. That is why it is so important to have positive thoughts about yourself. The author herself is a product of childhood abuse, and has discovered that God beckons us to be free from our hurts and wounds. He wants to change our damaged inner vision on how we view ourselves. So we can be the person He created us to be. We are not the persons someone told us we were by their mistreatment of us. Mary Wroten is a member of the International Society of Poets. She has also been Included in the International who's who in Poetry, 2004, by the International Library of Poetry, she is one of the featured poets. Mary is a biographee in Marquis Publication Who's Who in America 2005 She is also a biographee in the upcoming Edition of Marquis Who's Who in America 2006. Mary has been awarded Poet of Merit and Outstanding Achievement award for her poetry,2004. ISP has also awarded Mary the Editors Choice Award 2004. Currently, she is a member of The Lord's Church Family Worship Center in the Bronx New York, under the leadership of Bishop Eric McDaniels and CO-Pastor Subernia McDaniel. Mary has one daughter, Lynn, and resides in the Bronx.