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Could use your help

Could use your help. Tell me which of these covers grabs your attention and you'd be likely to grab the book. If you're already a fan of the series, just tell me which you think fits most.

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Sometimes being an adult means making difficult decisions

I love that saying.

Oftentimes as adults, we have to make those difficult decisions. The saddest part, is that sometimes those decisions end up breaking your heart and causing you pain. You make them... because you have to.

Because you need to.

Those decisions aren't always easy to make. You go back and forth, asking yourself, is this right? Should I do this? What if I regret it?

Well... you probably will regret it in moments after if you're human. It may not feel right at times and you're going to find yourself hating the decision you made at times, wishing you'd never done it, even wanting to go back on it, but that's the thing. You did it. Which meant you were supposed to do it. And it's perfectly normal to feel regretful, sad, etc., afterward because we all do.

And it's o-k-a-y.

As difficult as those decisions are, we have to make the decisions that are best for us. We can't always think about the people that it will affect because at the …