DoTheExtreme.com releases WWID, What Would I Do If I Were The Me I Want To Be
This new book may soon be the gold standard for navigating through life's uncertainties for people of all ages and walks of life. The heartrending dilemmas of several approachable characters serve to introduce a new and compelling proposition.
In WWID If I Were The Me I Want To Be, authored by K. H. White, readers meet Sarah, a teenager who faces quite the dilemma after learning that she has just been accepted into an Ivy League university, her dad's alma mater in fact, and at the same time discovering that she is also pregnant—and her parents are unaware of either of these developments.
Then there is Richard, a happily married father of two and successful business owner. Unfortunately for Richard, his wife's beloved younger brother moved in after completing rehab, and Richard's wife insists that her brother join the company that Richard has worked so hard to build—which is creating friction in an otherwise idyllic marriage.
Readers are also introduced to Rachel, a proud mother and grandmother, who has exhausted all medical options and has learned that her terminal illness has brought her to her final few months of life. She and her daughter have two different ideas about how she should spend her last days.
Other characters include Jonathan, the recently promoted accounting manager who discovers that one of his friends, who happens to now work for him, is embezzling money from the company; and Carlton, who is recently unemployed, and is now facing the prospects of bankruptcy and homelessness.
The characters serve as poignant archetypes that help to explore the uncertainties that all people inevitably face on a regular basis. In the book, the author details in logical and plain speak the not-so-obvious fallacy in agonizing with the age-old question, "What should I do?" Whether or not the question is asked of oneself or of another, readers are shown how this is indeed the wrong question to ask, and further "The problem with asking the wrong question is that whatever answer the question yields, it won't matter—because it will almost always be wrong!" Readers also learn of similar pitfalls when trying to gain new perspective by imagining what someone else might do in the same situation, to include parents, grandparents, religious figures and any other well-known personalities, e.g. "What would Jesus do?"
Instead, the author argues with compelling intensity, that there is a much more qualified source of inspiration, wisdom, and counsel: One's future self.
This book will resonate with people of all ages and has wide relevance given that no one is exempt from the uncertainties of life. The ease at which this author relays such a powerful and empowering concept places the core message within easy reach for a very broad audience of readers.
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K. H. White
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