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The Brave Person in the Mirror

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After being a full-time mom to four children, I find myself at a new stage in life; I am now able to travel with my husband when he travels for work. It is wonderful, yet at every hotel or motel, every resort or lodge, big or small, fancy or casual, I consistently find myself confronted with one kind of furnishing: mirrors. Lots and lots of mirrors. Full-length mirrors. Full wall mirrors! Having been a compulsive overeater for as long as I can remember, I don’t have many mirrors in my own home. In fact, I have never owned a full-length

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