Confessions of a Raging Perfectionist by Amanda Jenkins
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Amanda Jenkins wants her life to be perfect, she wants herself to be perfect, she wants her family to be perfect, she wants everything to be perfect. But then she realizes that she is worshiping perfectionism more than she is worshiping God. And she learns to accept herself and her life just the way they are, because she realizes that her Heavenly Father cares for her just the way she is.
This is a thought-provoking and candid look at the inner mind of a perfectionist. (Trust me, I know.) And it sends a challenge to serve and honor God in our imperfect lives, and to accept His plans for us even when they are not what we want.
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