Attempting to perfect ourselves instead of relying on the Lord can
actually sabotage our spirituality. Discover how to recognize
perfectionism in yourself and find relief for your soul in this
encouraging book that combines scriptural principles with real-life case
studies. Change your thinking and move onto a more authentic and joyful
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Sue Bergin is a writer and hospice chaplain who lives in Orem, Utah.
She drives throughout a five-county area to accompany dying men and
women on their final journeys. She earned a bachelor’s degree from BYU, a
master’s degree in journalism from Northwestern University, and a
master of fine arts from UCLA in screenwriting. She is a board-certified
clinical chaplain through The College of Pastoral Supervision and
Sue writes the Family Focus section for BYU Magazine and has written
for many other publications, including the Ensign, the San Francisco
Chronicle, The Wall Street Journal, and Psychology Today. She has been a
public relations executive for BYU and has taught writing courses at
BYU and the University of Utah.
Her dearest loves include time with family, small dinner parties with
friends, rescuing animals, collecting art, and creating things with her
hands – from soulful collages to crocheted earrings.
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I am currently working as a elementary school librarian which I love. I enjoy sharing books on my blogs of which I have two (Geo Librarian and LDS and Lovin' it). I also review for School Library Journal.