Breaking Up With Perfect
Every woman has felt the pressure to be perfect. Whether you're a "good girl" who constantly strives to put on a perfect front or the "never good enough girl" who finally decides that if she can't be perfect, she might...
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Every woman has felt the pressure to be perfect. Whether you're a "good girl" who constantly strives to put on a perfect front or the "never good enough girl" who finally decides that if she can't be perfect, she might as well be good at being bad, the impossible quest for perfection inevitably results in stress that impacts everything you do. Because what you believe determines how you think and feel, Carroll identifies common misunderstandings about others, ourselves, and God and counters these misconceptions with affirming biblical truths that redefine the source of your worth and help you gain confidence and new ways to think about yourself. In doing so, she helps you rework your thought patterns so that misconceptions like "God expects me to live up to His standards perfectly" can be replaced with truths like "God understands our imperfections and loves us unconditionally." In this relatable book, Amy shares biblical teachings, personal anecdotes, and transformation exercises that are easy to apply to your daily life.Breaking Up with Perfect will give you the tools you need to break the perpetual cycle of stress that chasing perfection induces, so you can live a life filled with happiness, success, and spiritual fulfilment.
Ashley Coates is a first time author, but long time supporter of children with special needs and their families. Ashley has worked with families across a multitude of Special Education disciplines and currently focuses on Special Education Advocacy and Social Skills Coaching. Ashley holds a Bachelor's Degree in Education/Special Education and a Master's Degree in Organizational Leadership, both from Southern New Hampshire University. Ashley is currently expanding her knowledge of Special Education and Neurodevelopmental Disabilities as a Fellow at Children's Hospital in the LEND (Leadership Ed