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High school changes everything. Molly and Aaron had been best friends since childhood. As neighbors, they were always together. Just before graduation, they begin to realize there may be more between them than friendship. But the transition isn't easy. When Molly's mother finds them asleep on her couch, she assumes the worst and kicks Molly out, setting in motion life-changing events. Soon Molly is brought completely into Aaron's world, and she believes for a moment she may have found perfection. When tragedy strikes, Molly and Aaron are put to the test, forcing them to figure out what it means to grow up. And when a friend becomes a backstabber, their relationship crashes to a halt. Filled with the real issues teens face in today's society, Allison Betancourt's debut novel explores the ups and downs faced by two teens on the edge of adulthood. In the midst of the pain and chaos, these teens will find that life is simply Perfectly Imperfect.
For a variety of reasons, many of us fall victim to perfectionism. A perfectionist doesn’t forgive his or her own mistakes. If you are a perfectionist, you can’t look away from your perceived flaws. In Perfectly Imperfect, author Connie Howell offers suggestions on how to overcome the need to be perfect and how to accept yourself as being worthy of love just as you are. Based on her personal experiences, Howell shows that by connecting with your inner guidance and universal love, you can become more peaceful, loving, and on track to fulfill your purpose in life. Perfectly Imperfect teaches the lessons: • Life is like reading a book; you never know what to expect until you turn the page • You already know everything you need to know, you just don’t know you know • Worrying about making the wrong decision is a powerful incentive to stay put and do nothing • There comes a time in life when you have to be the creator rather than a spectator • Show up for life, and it will surprise and delight you Howell communicates that lasting perfection doesn’t exist. But, she believes in excellence and doing the best you can with the knowledge that you are already good enough—be happy to be perfectly imperfect.
A little over a decade ago, Baron Baptiste published his seminal book, Journey into Power. The first of its kind, it introduced the world to Baptiste Yoga, his signature method that marries a lifetime of studying with some of the world’s most renowned yoga masters with his uniquely powerful approach to inner and outer transformation. Since then, yoga has steadily moved into the mainstream in our culture, and Baron’s unique contribution has played a key role. As millions of participants incorporate yoga into their daily lives, Baron’s teachings have evolved to bring them even deeper into their own transformative possibilities. Perfectly Imperfect: The Art and Soul of Yoga Practice takes readers beyond the foundations of the practice by speaking to everything that happens in their bodies and minds after they get into a yoga pose. That is where the true transformation occurs, and where much rich spiritual and emotional growth is available. Readers will learn how to move through their lives with grace and flow, begin again when a situation becomes difficult, "be a yes" for their innermost desires, give up what they must, follow their intuition, and find their truth north. With his signature blend of boldness, insightfulness, humor, and warmth, Baron offers what is destined to be an instant classic in the yoga and meditation world. With Perfectly Imperfect, he proves once again to be a true yoga master for the modern world.
A series of autobiographical essays relating to living happily with depression, living fully, finding and nurturing your own potential, encouraging growth, pursuing your dreams and living your bliss. How to survive and thrive in marriage, parenting, and stepparenting.
On the heels of her acclaimed book In an Instant, the #1 New York Times bestseller she wrote with her husband, ABC News anchor Bob Woodruff, and with the same candor and charm, Lee Woodruff now chronicles her life as wife, mother, daughter, sister, and friend. Woodruff’s deeply personal and, at times, uproariously funny stories highlight such universal topics as family, marriage, friends, and how life never seems to go as planned. From raising teenagers (“Now with a boy and girl on the precipice of serious adolescence, the bathroom door is sealed tighter than a government nuclear testing ground”) to how she copes with tragedy (“Swimming surrounds me in the velvet wet of a bluish green world where I can dive deep down and sob with no trace”), Perfectly Imperfect: A Life in Progress is the testimonial of a woman who embraces the chaos of her surroundings, discovers the splendor of life’s flaws, and accepts that perfection is as impossible to achieve as a spotless kitchen floor.
The majority of poems in this book are kind of sad because sad memories and moments are more profound in my memory. Although happiness should overpower sadness, there just seems to be a lot more negative events in my life currently. The happy poems are usually about times I enjoy reflecting on or are about nature. All of these come from somewhere deep inside me, and I put much effort into them, so I hope everyone that reads this book enjoys my poetry.
“You may lack limbs, but don't let that define what you can or can't do.” That’s the life-changing advice Boris Vujicic spoke to his son, Nick, who was born without arms or legs. With the help of his parents, Nick has become an internationally-known inspirational speaker, a best-selling author, the founder of the non-profit organization Life Without Limbs and, most importantly, a loving and responsible husband and father himself. But Nick’s journey didn’t start there. Raising the Perfectly Imperfect Child is the inspiring, powerfully transparent story of how two unprepared and overwhelmed parents–Boris and Dushka Vujicic–overcame their grief, fears, and badly shaken faith to raise such an accomplished, faith-filled, and perfectly imperfect son. Through their stories, Boris offers practical advice and encouragement for all parents facing a “new normal” when raising a special needs or unique child. With tenderness, he addresses the spiritual, emotional, and financial challenges, and offers insights on how to equip a child for happiness and success in life. Your Guide to Giving Your Child with Special Needs LOVE, ROOTS, & WINGS A Special…Rewarding Journey Told from the perspective of a humble father, who at times questioned God and his own worthiness, this book addresses the unique challenges of raising a special needs child. Facing a mountain of doubts and debt, the Vujicics feared their son would never be able to get out of bed, let alone receive an education, support himself, or have a family of his own. And they questioned how a loving Father in heaven could have allowed this to happen. Yet once they gave up their narrow expectations for the perfect child, their imperfect son taught them that there are no limits to what a determined, faith-filled, and unstoppable individual can accomplish with the help of supportive parents and a caring God. Boris candidly addresses this family’s journey as Nick becomes aware of–and overcomes–the extent of his disabilities, as well as bullying, despair, and suicidal impulses. Other challenges included the stress a child with a disability put on their marriage and not neglecting the needs of their other children. Overflowing with inspiration and practical advice, Raising the Perfectly Imperfect Child helps every parent understand that they can find the strength to give a child what is needed, despite the challenges faced. And the results include the rewards of a satisfying and joyful spiritual life. From the Hardcover edition.

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