White People Really Love Salad (Hardcover)
Everyone has a story and those stories are worthy of being revisited as insight into who we are today. If you can revisit even one childhood story, good or bad, it is likely to provide valuable information about your thinking, your ideology and even your behavior today. "If you care to fully understand your world view as you move forward in your life, take some time to look backwards," states Dr. Nita Mosby Tyler. Our childhood experiences give us valuable clues about ourselves. Using her own childhood experiences, Dr. Mosby Tyler discusses the imprint that social climates, race relations, stereotypes, education systems and parenting had in shaping her perspectives. Ultimately, she shares, "those perspectives have been the source and muse for many of my adult successes]]and missteps." No matter what your childhood story is, it is an important ingredient in the formation of the very best you.