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The Myth of Perfection

The Myth of Perfection

  • Addresses the pressure to appear perfect in a world driven by social media.
  • Encourages embracing imperfections and finding beauty in flaws.


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This book is a testament to the power of resilience and the importance of seeking help and support when needed.

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