Roadside Assistance —

I am so honored by this review written by Atchka for the FFF website. Thank you for really “getting” the essence of the book and sharing it with those who are fortunate enough to “stumbleupon” it on their journey! Warmly, Dr. Deah

Fierce, Freethinking Fatties

The following review is based on a review copy of the book I received from the author.

Tom Cochrane was right: life is a highway. And so is the journey to self-acceptance.

We tend to think of self-acceptance as a destination, an end to which we aspire. We see confidence as something you achieve and then never have to think of again, like a superhero in a video game acquiring a new power that is theirs to keep. But even the most confident of people can tell you that this isn’t the case. Self-acceptance and confidence is like a car rolling down the highway of life — you may have built yourself a pretty reliable vehicle, but accidents happen. And sometimes, even the most self-confident of people get a flat tire.

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