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Pages: 252

Language: English

Publisher: FriesenPress (2 Dec. 2015)

By: Red Lipstick (Author)

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I am a woman in my late-20s and have a voice that needs to be heard. The voice of all women out there who feel they aren't good enough and struggle by being seen purely for their status, 'single', in that they are viewed as an imperfection rather than something to be valued. With all my heart, soul and everything I have and beyond, I decided to write down all my experiences of my dating life for the past 6 years as a way for me to vent and find some sort of closure from all the pain and disappointment. Although I obtained a far greater gift from this process than I could have ever imagined. Through all of this, I created this book, which is my greatest accomplishment. I want to be able to impact at least one person, that is all it would take, to give them this same gift that I have given to myself. To be able to wake up everyday knowing that they aren't a failure because they are still single, and to not be ashamed of their past as those items are what have shaped them to become the person they are today. ...I am just a woman from Long Island and I know I could help change the world with my voice. So this book is my mic and it's my time to speak to the world, so listen...


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