I Ruined My Life ... or So They Said: It's Not What Others Think You Are Anne Butcher

I Ruined My Life ... or So They Said: It's Not What Others Think You Are

Author: Anne Butcher
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Book Title
I Ruined My Life ... or So They Said: It's Not What Others Think You Are
Author
Anne Butcher
ISBN
9781922372925
This memoir is the true story of an ordinary Queensland girl who grew up quickly in the heady, hippie, cultural revolution times of the 1970s to become an extraordinary woman who, despite the odds being against her, has excelled in her own life. Hers is a story of grit, guts and determination to never give up or give in until she reached her potential and achieved her goals. Through significant early childhood adversity and a traumatic adolescence, she demonstrates to all, and to herself, that it is possible to achieve personal goals, dreams and aspirations if we do not accept negative parental messaging, social stigma, innuendo, or destructive gossip which others cast upon us. And importantly, if we can find those people in life who willingly share of themselves-their time, their knowledge, their skills and their patience-they will support and guide us in the right direction, and with their guidance and a leap of faith on our part, we can achieve more than we could ever have imagined.Binding Type: PaperbackAuthor: Anne ButcherPublisher: Anne ButcherPublished: 09/19/2020ISBN: 9781922372925Pages: 152Weight: 0.47lbsSize: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.33d
This memoir is the true story of an ordinary Queensland girl who grew up quickly in the heady, hippie, cultural revolution times of the 1970s to become an extraordinary woman who, despite the odds being against her, has excelled in her own life.
Hers is a story of grit, guts and determination to never give up or give in until she reached her potential and achieved her goals. Through significant early childhood adversity and a traumatic adolescence, she demonstrates to all, and to herself, that it is possible to achieve personal goals, dreams and aspirations if we do not accept negative parental messaging, social stigma, innuendo, or destructive gossip which others cast upon us.
And importantly, if we can find those people in life who willingly share of themselves-their time, their knowledge, their skills and their patience-they will support and guide us in the right direction, and with their guidance and a leap of faith on our part, we can achieve more than we could ever have imagined.




Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Anne Butcher
Publisher: Anne Butcher
Published: 09/19/2020
ISBN: 9781922372925
Pages: 152
Weight: 0.47lbs
Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.33d
This memoir is the true story of an ordinary Queensland girl who grew up quickly in the heady, hippie, cultural revolution times of the 1970s to become an extraordinary woman who, despite the odds being against her, has excelled in her own life.
Hers is a story of grit, guts and determination to never give up or give in until she reached her potential and achieved her goals. Through significant early childhood adversity and a traumatic adolescence, she demonstrates to all, and to herself, that it is possible to achieve personal goals, dreams and aspirations if we do not accept negative parental messaging, social stigma, innuendo, or destructive gossip which others cast upon us.
And importantly, if we can find those people in life who willingly share of themselves-their time, their knowledge, their skills and their patience-they will support and guide us in the right direction, and with their guidance and a leap of faith on our part, we can achieve more than we could ever have imagined.




Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Anne Butcher
Publisher: Anne Butcher
Published: 09/19/2020
ISBN: 9781922372925
Pages: 152
Weight: 0.47lbs
Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.33d