There Are No Perfect Families: The Art of Making Realistic Goals and Helping Your Family
Stay on Track for Generations to Come
I want the face of Tyra Banks, the body of Heidi Klum, the wealth of Donald Trump, the smarts of Bill Gates . . . and the list goes on and on. Pretty lofty goals, right?
When most of us start a diet or a lifestyle change, we can’t help but reach for the stars:
• “I’m going to lose thirty pounds in one month.”
• “I’m going to fit into a bikini (or my wedding dress) in two weeks.”
• “I’m getting back into my high school jeans if it kills me.”
• “I’ll buy these jeans that are two sizes too small and I’ll just have to lose enough weight to get into them.”
It looks silly on paper, but when you are ...