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Naesvision is an innovative business in nursing. With one product, Yet Here I Stand, a memoir, currently available on Amazon.com and soon to launch her first service Better Nursing Care™ Where we address academic racism, white supremacy and personal biases in medicine preventing you from having your best life, particularly when you are facing discrimination in the workplace; we also provide the solution Glennae used to defend her image and protect her health as she faced systems of discrimination within the healthcare industry.


 

Workplace discrimination cause disease

The business of nursing brings Justice

Justice and Health is our number one concern when facing systems of discrimination.


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The Nurse Will See You Now

Workplace discrimination cause disease

The business of nursing brings Justice

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Well written, powerful personal story of struggle and survival. A compelling story of one woman’s spiritual journey and evolving trust in and reliance on God and His plan for her life and ability to meet all her needs. A thoughtful reflection on how our society’s reliance on numbing our spiritual pain by turning to sex, alcohol, the desire for personal power, and drugs, both illicit and prescribed, is denying the possibilities for personal and spiritual growth inherent in ‘taking up our cross’ and walking through our pain, while relying on and finding our strength in God and His promises. Glennae’s story is profound because she sheds light on the deep struggles faced by those growing up in today’s inner cities and facing many of the same challenges she faced, but also because of it’s universal application of the power of deep and abiding faith regardless of one’s personal socio-economic background, zipcode, or demons. Highly recommended.

Kristin Wiederhold
 
The Nurse Will See You Now

Workplace discrimination cause disease

The business of nursing brings Justice

Easy read, A testimony about faith, determination, about God plans for your life. How The savior keeps us when try to live by his word.

Amazon Customer
 
The Nurse Will See You Now

Workplace discrimination cause disease

The business of nursing brings Justice

Very encouraging how one young lady and her children struggles when making life changes. Her determination and belief caused her to rise above obstacles, and through her journey she found Liberty.

Deborah Vines
 
The Nurse Will See You Now

Workplace discrimination cause disease

The business of nursing brings Justice

Glennae’s nonfictional book is a great read for anyone looking to be inspired. It takes you on a journey through her hardships, success, and spiritual growth. She pushes all envelopes and inspires readers to do the same. Her will and determination to persevere despite all that she went through is a true testament of trusting in God for all your problems. highly recommended.

Steve Sharmokh

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