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"Deep in the wintry parts of our minds, we are hardy stock and know there is no such thing as a work -free transformation. We know that we will have to burn to the ground in one way or another, and then sit right in the ashes of who we once thought we were and go on from there." Mar 26, 2015 11:33AM

 

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"Let me just start with saying that there are two kinds of people who would NOT like this book: 1- chauvanistic men/pigs(hehe), and 2- women who are uptight with their religious and social beliefs (and the stepford housewives type).

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