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Stupid Girl...Memoirs of a Woman

Stupid Girl...Memoirs of a Woman [Kindle Edition]

Juanica Baugh
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Book Description

I often think that if I knew then, what I know now, that I would change and be a lot further in life. The real truth is we will never know because when all of the wishing about the past is done, the realization is that we cannot change our past! Yet, maybe by sharing my experiences and the experiences of other women, you and I can gain wisdom and insight. We can glean astuteness and strength from the experiences of other women from various facets of life and become better aunts, friends, co-workers, mothers, wives, business owners, and citizens. We can learn from the Stupidity that we have all experienced and shout to the countless others that are coming behind us to turn and choose another path. We can share with them our heartaches, struggles, insecurities, sufferings and the misfortunes that for the most part were instigated through our lack of knowledge, perception and resistance to guidance for numerous reasons.
We Surveyed women with this question and there answers will shock you!:
Question: The word Stupid is defined as: Selfish, Thoughtless, Un-moldable, Prideful, Ignorant, Dumb. Looking back, what is ONE experience that was the most Stupid Decision that you made. (Explain the experience in detail i.e... How old where you, where did you live, who was in your life, did you know the Lord, did someone try to warn you or help you?). Why was it stupid? What would "the New you of today" say to "the Stupid you of your past."

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  • Print Length: 100 pages
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  • Language: English
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5.0 out of 5 stars Stupid Girl February 27, 2013
By LaTonia
Format:Paperback|Amazon Verified Purchase
I found this book to be exactly what the title implied. It caused me to reflect on the past mistakes I've made & do my part on how I can help someone else not make those same mistakes. Mrs. Baugh was very transparent & included some of the things she went through in her past. This will make a good book club or bible study read for women to help & enrich lives.
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1.0 out of 5 stars From a former student.... February 20, 2013
Format:Kindle Edition
First of all Mrs. Baugh, it is very narcissistic to assume that every mistake made in life is stupidity. As human beings, we are not programmed to be perfect. When mistakes are made in a person's lifetime, it is our job to learn and to grow. We are ignorant when we do not know. It is stupid when we do not wish to know. You cannot expect a child or for that matter even an adult to not make mistakes. This is presumptuous to think they will not. Stupid is a rather strong word to use and a very rude one at that. By calling ignorant mistakes stupid, you are basically saying that human beings are stupid creatures and can never atone for mistakes made.

Lastly, from the words of Ron White "You can't fix stupid!"
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