Lipp, Kathi. Gregory, Cheri. The Cure for the “Perfect” Life. Eugene, OR: Harvest House Publishers. 2014.
Perfectionism…both a blessing and a burden. Two authors who have been there now help others handle perfection. With explanations, examples, compassion, and trust, Kathi Lipp and Cheri Gregory share the twelve ways to living braver and ultimately, more enjoyably.
A PENNY FOR MY THOUGHTS:
Sometimes the things we need most are the hardest to hear and reach. Just the case with a book on perfectionism for me! Unfortunately, I found myself nodding in agreement and answering “yes” to far too many of the questions. As a result, I realized the “cures” may be harder than expected. The book encourages, guides, leads and emboldens through the process though, almost as if holding a hand. Due to the set-up of the book containing personal examples, quotes, questionnaires, reflections and straight-out truths, the book is easy to read and follow. Letting go of perfectionism can be hard but the end result may just be blissful! From fear to bravery, unreasonable to reachable, frustration to happiness, The Cure for the “Perfect” Life is…well…perfect! Thanks ladies!!
5 (out of 5) pennies
*I received a complimentary copy of The Cure for the “Perfect” Life from Harvest House Publishers for my honest review*