Sizakele invites you to walk alongside her as she tells her story of living with the incurable condition of Alopecia, in which the immune system mistakenly attacks the hair follicles, thus causing the hair to fall out.
This book crosses racial, gender, age and social classes, religious and educational hierarchies.No one is immune, and everyone is vulnerable.
What defines beauty? What steps are we willing to take to seek approval from the world’s definition of “beauty?” At what time do we take a stand and say, “I am beautiful, no matter what!”
Sizakele addresses these issues and questions the readers’ own conscience by asking the reader, “What if this happened to you?” What would you do?”
If you are living with Alopecia, Sizakele understands. If you know someone with alopecia or have never heard the term, Sizakele educates you through this amazing book.
After reading this book, you will gain a new respect for the psychological effects of alopecia. Sizakele gives you all the tools you need to persevere: transparency, truths, and myths, a sense of what to expect; she’s a lifelong friend who will hold your hand through each step of your journey. So open the first page and start walking beside Sizakele on her journey. Trust her, believe in her, and know that you are beautiful. You are beautiful!
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“A book of experience, persistence, and spirituality”
Five Star Review on Amazon By Nancy Gitkin
“Enough Already” is the personal experience of someone with a particular problem. She addresses the problem and her experiences in a well-written format. I especially liked the way the chapters related to her spiritual inspiration. But, the most impressive part to me is that there is a universal message that applies to the many ways that people can feel alienated and how they can find the courage to go on.
About the Author
Sizakele was born in South Africa and now lives in New Jersey with her husband. She serves in ministry alongside her husband. Siza’s call is ministering to women who are going through challenges. She is a champion of womankind, an activist and an advocate for Alopecia. Leading, inspiring and teaching women to be the best they can be.
She has degrees in Environmental Health, Public Management and a Masters degree in Business Leadership.
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