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Friday, September 24, 2010

Nineteen Minutes

In this book, Josie gets so frustrated because she feels like she can't be herself because other people have already defined her. I think everyone feels this way every once in a while, this book reminds me of a lot of television shows that hit on this subject of being yourself. In the end Josie obviously didn't deal with it the right way because she never fixed the problem she just made it worse so I guess it's a good lesson. Only you can change it yourself, not the people around you.

1 comment:

  1. I agree with you that only you can really change yourself, but I think the others around you definitely help you along the way. They're your support and maybe Josie didn't have anyone to support her along the way. This could be the reason why she never fixed her problem. Is this what you think to?


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