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Author Mercado, Rosie, 1980- author.

Title The girl with the self-esteem issues : a memoir / Rosie Mercado.

Publication Info. San Francisco : HarperOne, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, [2020]
©2020

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 GDL Central Library Non-Fiction    791.45 Mercado,R MER    Available
1 copy being processed for GDL Central Library Non-Fiction.
Edition First edition.
Description 266 pages ; 24 cm
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Contents Introduction: The girl with the self-esteem issues -- Change your damn story -- Fight for your life -- Your voice matters -- Just keep [dancing] -- Your first chance isn't your last chance -- Rejection is just a redirection -- Don't allow fear to become your GPS -- Put your sh*t out there -- Discover what you can create for yourself -- Walk your own truth -- Notice-- and respond from the heart -- Showing up for yourself is showing up for others -- Stop looking for love -- Conclusion: What you go through, you grow through.
Summary When the father of her newborn walked out with no warning, Mercado was overwhelmed. How could she take care of a child when she could barely care for herself? Her journey included three husbands, three divorces, three children, and years of abuse, infidelity, broken promises, and sleepless nights. Her weight ballooned to 400 pounds. Yet she never, ever gave up. Despite the pain, the rejection, and the disappointment, there were small victories and successes. Each one gave her the strength to keep on going. Eventually, she found the courage to take control of her life, lost weight, and found the life she's always wanted. Here she shares her journey to a life worth fighting for. -- adapted from jacket
Subject Mercado, Rosie, 1980-
Television personalities -- United States Biography.
Hispanic American television personalities -- Biography.
Models (Persons) -- United States -- Biography.
Genre/Form Autobiographies.
ISBN 9780062895226 (hardcover)
0062895222
9780062895301 (trade paperback)
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