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AuthorHouse, Dec 20, 2008 - Self-Help - 276 pages

This is an autobiographical book.  This is not a book about the mill town I grew up in.  Although I discuss the details of my life it is not about my childhood, my sisters my children, my divorce, or any of the many adventures and loves in my life.  It is not about the pain I suffered for months or the results of the undiagnosed source of pain. I wrote about pain, failure and success.  Life is unfair.  I think money is power and the US Government is dysfunctional as greed influences their decisions. 

This book was written to encourage you to embrace whatever burden you encounter.  The idea is to understand yourself, be comfortable with yourself, and like yourself.  To reach the final goal of liking yourself you may need to change some things and accept the things you can not change.


No one can control what happens to them, but we can control our reaction to it.  When confronted with adversity I no longer cringe in despair. I embrace the challenge and celebrate the opportunity to find new resolve.


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About the author (2008)

   Sharon Miller, RN is a common name for a common woman who has lived life facing an uncommon balance of extreme events.

   Sharon was born in 1960 and lived most of her childhood in Toronto, Ohio.  Sharon watched the billowing clouds of smoke and steam roll over town as the factories and mills provided for the community.  

   Sharon married at age 17 and lived life as a military wife providing her with four terrific children and the opportunity to travel.  She has hundreds and hundreds of photographs bulging photo albums illustrating happy smiling faces visiting sights from coast to coast.

   Sharon currently lives in Middle Tennessee with two dogs and an abundance of time.  

   Physical limitations and poverty created a secluded life that became a motivational force demanding a proactive response.  

   I am my greatest asset.  I am going to use me and promote me.  I encourage you to do the same.  Use your assets and be the best you can be.


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