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  1. No More Perfect Moms
    No More Perfect Moms
    Jill Savage
    Moody Publishers / 2013 / Trade Paperback
    $10.99 Retail: $13.99 Save 21% ($3.00)
    5 Stars Out Of 5 59 Reviews
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  1. Hopkinsville, KY
    Age: 35-44
    Gender: Female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    This Book is Life-Changing
    February 4, 2013
    my blessed life
    Hopkinsville, KY
    Age: 35-44
    Gender: Female
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    I have spent this last month reading this wonderful book. It has been completely freeing and life-changing for me.

    There is so much pressure these days to be the perfect mom. It comes from everywhere. We can catch the "perfection infection" every time we're on Facebook seeing those pictures of other moms looking so thin, taking expensive vacations with their families, buying a beautiful new home. We are prone to catch it when we read inspiring blogs by other moms who seemingly have it so together. It's practically contagious when we click on Pinterest and see all of those lovely rooms and spaces that we wish we had in our own homes or all of that photo-perfect food that we wish we had the ability to cook for our families and friends. And what about when we're around fellow moms at our churches, our children's schools, our homeschool groups or playgroups?

    I have to be honest. I have felt so incredibly {self}condemned by fellow homeschool moms at times. We all want to have those well-behaved children that everyone brags on everywhere they go. We all want to have the smartest and brightest children, the ones who are grades ahead and will probably go to college early. It's much harder to talk to other moms about the problems you're having with your children. To discuss that you might have to get your son tested for adhd and that no matter what you try your daughter just struggles with math. No, we want to put on that good front and put that positive spin on life. We would never admit to succumbing to tears of frustration and failure nearly every single day.

    This book touches all areas of our lives: our kids, bodies, marriages, friends, days, homes and homemaking. Then in the end Jill reminds us that a "real picture of motherhood would include: no expectations, no pride, no fear, no insecurity, no judgment, no comparisons, no agenda, no performing, no more perfect moms ....just imperfect moms partnering with a perfect God."

    Some of my favorite parts of this book are in the very back. Jill shares an incredible list of "Who I am in God's eyes" that is so powerful. And there's also her challenge to "Knock It Off: Stop the Mommy Wars" where she calls us to stop our judgmental attitudes and talk about other moms. Very convicting stuff there.

    So as you can tell, I HIGHLY recommend this book for moms!! Really all women can benefit from this book, because these are things that nearly all women struggle with.
  2. Fort Worth, TX
    Age: 55-65
    Gender: female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    Deep down, isn’t this what you want?
    February 3, 2013
    Kathy Koch PhD
    Fort Worth, TX
    Age: 55-65
    Gender: female
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    Jill Savage writes accurately about the roots of perfectionism. She then shares the antidote. The book is worth reading just for that. Making the four changes she suggests could save lives, relationships, and families. I'm definitely a better person for applying her wisdom already. She wisely weaves the antidote into each chapter. She's convincing!

    It's an easy read because of Jill's compelling writing, frequent headings, relevant illustrations, specific suggestions, and Scripture. If you know perfectionism is causing problems for you and your family, please read this book. It will help you.

    Jill ends with this list of what a new picture of real motherhood would include: no expectations, no pride, no fear, no insecurity, no judgment, no comparison, no agenda, no performing, no more perfect moms, just imperfect moms partnering with a perfect God. Deep down, isn't this what you want? Read the book!
  3. Michigan
    Age: 35-44
    Gender: female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    It's Okay To Be Me, An Imperfect Woman, Wife, Mom
    February 3, 2013
    LloydsLanding
    Michigan
    Age: 35-44
    Gender: female
    No More Perfect Moms is exactly what all PEOPLE need! Growing up in a very nontraditional home has created this challenge inside me to be the "Perfect Mom" raising "Perfect Children" in a "Perfect Home" with a Mom and Dad living in a "Perfect Marriage". Jill Savage has encouraged me in this book to release myself of perfection and live a life of "realism". As a working mother, I try to give 100% in my career as well as 100% in my home as a wife and mother. A couple of years ago, I broke and could not keep up with this perfection. This book is a great resource to help readers see the plague that occurs with "Perfection Infection". Anyone who is planning to be a parent, currently raising children or grand parenting can benefit from Jill's words that encourage the reader to reflect and move life toward one of inner peace filled with imperfections. Thank you Jill Savage for allowing us to be "real" and encouraging us to lean on our One "Perfect" God as we live an "Imperfect Life".
  4. Age: 35-44
    Gender: female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    No More Perfect Moms
    February 1, 2013
    Brenda
    Age: 35-44
    Gender: female
    No More Perfect Moms is a very candid look at the unmasked realities of the everyday - The everyday of womanhood, in all of it's seasons.

    Whatever your stage of motherhood - from newborn to teen to empty nest - this book will meet you where you are, and offer valuable insight as you seek to escape the "Perfection Infection".

    Jill's vulnerability is touching and her been-there-done-that wisdom is warm and honest. She sets the example of authenticity by pulling back the curtain of her of own life, and in doing so, reminds us that our worth is not measured by worldly standards, but by who we are in the eyes of God.

    No More Perfect Moms is a timely reminder that there will never be a perfect day, or child or home - but it's okay because we have a perfect God who knows what it's like to be human and who loves us with a perfect love.
  5. Illinois
    Age: 25-34
    Gender: female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    Love this book!
    February 1, 2013
    Jen Jones
    Illinois
    Age: 25-34
    Gender: female
    No More Perfect Moms is a must read this year for all women! I am the typical type A personality. I can do it all myself, I have everything together and expect perfection. With that being said wow did this book speak to me in all areas of my life. Jill starts the book out by acknowledging what all women deal with " perfection infection", she defines it, and then gives us practical ways to combat it. She goes through dealing with perfection in all areas of our life: our kids, bodies, friends, marriages, days, homemaking, and homes. What a relief it was to read these pages, and to know that I'm not alone. Jill amazed me in her transparency and gives real life examples that we can all learn so much from! Just this morning my kids were whiny, wanted to play, and I was getting grumpy because I wasn't getting anywhere with the things I needed/wanted to do then I thought about the chapter on No More Perfect Days and Jill says " We need perspective to keep us from reacting when our plans fall through. We need the perspective that the moment we are in is just as important as the moment we planned on that didn't happen the way we thought it would..... We need to embrace what is, instead of what could have been." I just love every part of this book. This would make a great book study and I intend to host one later this month! Thanks you so much Jill Savage for writing this book!
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