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About Katherine Cobb
Katherine (Briganti) Cobb was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area of Northern California. She currently lives in the Mid-Atlantic, where she has authored several fiction and nonfiction books and written for numerous publications. Her award-winning editorial column, "It Is What It Is," won first place for Best Lifestyle Columnist by the West Virginia Press Association. She has earned other writing awards from the WVPA in her career. One of her short stories was published in the 2009 Anthology of Appalachian Writers. Readers can connect to the author through her website at www.katherinecobb.com.
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No one said growing up was gonna be easy.
Anna begins high school with a longing to experience her first true love. It seems likely after she falls for fellow sophomore Pete, but when a popular senior aggressively pursues her, she finds herself forced to choose…until Pete does it for her and she winds up in the arms of the upperclassman. Alec’s attention is thrilling and dizzying, but she’s conflicted when he pressures her to go all the way. When the unthinkable happens, Anna is left numb and lost.
As she works through her confusion and fear, a second chance with Pete—and true love for real—emerges. Anna plunges in, but pressures to fit in, combined with her own emotional fragility, lead her down turbulent paths—and increasing non-parent-approved choices.
Boy troubles, friend fallouts. peer pressures, unreasonable parents and heartbreaking betrayals.
Will Anna overcome…or spiral into the abyss?
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What happens to four middle-aged baseball moms when Fifty Shades of Grey hurtles into their lives?
They get hotter than a pack of June brides.
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The gifts of gratitude described inside include the subjects of children, pets, nature, travel and, in one case, mushrooms. We also list our favorite causes we support.
And we are pleased to share the results with you in this book celebrating gratitude: the inspirational essays, narratives and insights. The intention of this book is to empower and uplift you, too, to notice what's around you and give appreciation.
Thank you for reading—and celebrating—gratitude!
Contributors include Martin Salama, Holly R. Fitzpatrick, Rich Liotta, Crystal Rector, LaVerne M. Byrd, Katherine Cobb, Carol Brusegar, Irena Kay, Rick Binder, Rebecca Brown, Patti Smith, Jen DG, Linda Bittle, Shona Battersby, Ruth McGarry, Uranchimeg (Urna) Belanger, Roberta Gold, Bill McCarthy, Kerri McManus, and Asha Khalil.
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A fifteen-year project.
Hundreds of women.
Varying ages, backgrounds and cultures.
One set of questions.
The mission: To expose self-loathing and help women overcome the silent debilitating epidemic of self-judgment.
Read their stories, think about your own and expand your view.
PRAISE FOR THE SELF-LOATHING PROJECT
“The Self-Loathing Project is an honest and eye-opening view, describing how so many of us feel as women. Each of us has something we are carrying around. Some of the stories were heart-wrenching, some of them inspiring, but all of them moved me in a way that made me feel bonded to each and every one of these brave women. It felt like I was sitting in a living room listening to a group of friends just tell their stories and I wanted to wrap each one of them in a hug. I believe we can all relate to every message. A wonderful read.”—Jenn Lefebvre, blogger and influencer, A Healthy Makeover
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I was pretty sure of three things.
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