Erica Fisher taught Sunday school to six-year-olds. She had a son at 17, was divorced at 20, owned forty acres of real estate at 23, and received a masters' degree at 27. Her story indulges the seemingly obvious contradictions of a lifestyle shared with stripping while showing a determination to not only find herself in her own life but also in others'. This book encourages others to reflect on their own judgments and conceptions of those around them. It's about integrity, a sense of self and true family love and understanding. Erica's life in these pages explores uncertainties and also a hope that compassion can be found in acceptance.1 accepted my compliments with sincere thank yous and tried not to keep them at anything other than face value. It was good for the confidence but it couldna#39;t be my only source of esteem. The reason is because of the flip side that there wereanbsp;...
|Title||:||Dance Like No One Is Watching|
|Author||:||Erica L. Fisher|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2006|