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No Ordinary Life

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ISBN: 9781913275358
AuthorCromwell, Sara-Jane
Pub Date15/11/2021
BindingHardback
Pages314
CountryIRL
Dewey362.76092
Publisher: Choice Publishing
Quick overview No Ordinary Life is a book that will make you cry, then laugh, then cry and laugh again. Sara-Jane's story is truly remarkable in so many ways due in no small part to the abuses she endured and the multiple challenges she has had to overcome; making her life and achievements all the more astounding.
€19.99

Without question, Sara-Jane Cromwell is an exceptional woman and author, and it's no wonder given her extraordinary journey to be the woman she is today and the difference she has made to Ireland along the way. Sara-Jane's story is truly remarkable in so many ways due in no small part to the abuses she endured and the multiple challenges she has had to overcome; making her life and achievements all the more astounding.

No Ordinary Life is a book that will make you cry, then laugh, then cry and laugh again. People who have read Sara-Jane's story are astounded by the imaginative ways she found to survive, overcome and thrive through the kinds of challenges that would have floored many others; and yet there is not a hint of her feeling like a victim. And even when she was at her lowest and most hopeless, she still found ways to get back up and start again.

Sara-Jane has been described as one of Ireland's best kept secrets. This is because very few people know of her work over the past decade and a half (and continues today), and how she has brought about a positive change in people's understanding and attitudes towards transgender issues and gender dysphoria in particular. If you are looking for a story to inspire you through these challenging times, then No Ordinary Life is that story. You will not be disappointed.

No Ordinary Life is Sara-Jane's third book; Becoming Myself was published in 2008 and Wrong Body Wrong Life in 2010.

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Without question, Sara-Jane Cromwell is an exceptional woman and author, and it's no wonder given her extraordinary journey to be the woman she is today and the difference she has made to Ireland along the way. Sara-Jane's story is truly remarkable in so many ways due in no small part to the abuses she endured and the multiple challenges she has had to overcome; making her life and achievements all the more astounding.

No Ordinary Life is a book that will make you cry, then laugh, then cry and laugh again. People who have read Sara-Jane's story are astounded by the imaginative ways she found to survive, overcome and thrive through the kinds of challenges that would have floored many others; and yet there is not a hint of her feeling like a victim. And even when she was at her lowest and most hopeless, she still found ways to get back up and start again.

Sara-Jane has been described as one of Ireland's best kept secrets. This is because very few people know of her work over the past decade and a half (and continues today), and how she has brought about a positive change in people's understanding and attitudes towards transgender issues and gender dysphoria in particular. If you are looking for a story to inspire you through these challenging times, then No Ordinary Life is that story. You will not be disappointed.

No Ordinary Life is Sara-Jane's third book; Becoming Myself was published in 2008 and Wrong Body Wrong Life in 2010.

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