Making It In High Heels

Inspiring Stories by Women for Women of All Ages

Although this story is short and sweet, Amrit Maghera’s message is one which is strong.  Amrit touches on one event which shaped who she is today which happened in her teen-aged years.  It was at this time that she was confident of her strengths, but was pre-occupied by her parents divorce.

She describes how her concentration at school declined, and how her behavior began to become “naughty”. Amrit remembers the embarrassment of an extremely low grade which made her mother furious, and gave her teachers doubt. This is what outraged Amrit, and gave her the kick she needed to pull up her socks so to speak, and to prove her true ability.

~ I was suddenly on a mission. IT was going to be hard work, but not impossible. I was going to show this woman that she was wrong, wrong, wrong! Suddenly, all the things that had previously occupied my mind; which boy I fancied that month or something similar, were overshadowed by visions of proving my teacher wrong. ~

This experience allowed Amrit to see teh results of determinatin and confidence.  Hard work and discipline combined with a desire to secceed brough Amrit to realize that through hard work, anything can be achieved! Read Amrit’s story, and other inspirational stories of young women who are Making It In High Heels today!  Pre-order your copy now!

Lisa Bradburns entry in Making It In High Heels is one full of complexity.  She touches on several life altering circumstances with maturity, understanding and acceptance.  Lisa has experienced some of life’s toughest challenges, and has emerged self confidant, open and forgiving.

From adoption, addiction and parental divorce, to traveling, love, long distance romance, fate, healing and forgiveness;I certainly felt the heaviness of Lisa’s story.

So many of us face circumstantial misfortune in our lives, which often stems from our childhood experiences and the adults around us.  This is exactly what Lisa writes of.  She clearly recalls emotions, thoughts and choices she made from teen years into adulthood.  Lisa touches on love found, love lost, and everything in between.

~ With age, my harshness has softened as I understand their humanness; especially when visualizing my parents’ own periods of immense growth post marital breakup.  It can be a dangerous game to fantasize over who I would be if another couple walked into that waiting room so many years back.  I am who I am through them, through thick and thin.~

In many cases of personal tragedy, no matter what it is, we are forced to look deep inside to find strength to pull us out of despair, to set us back up on our feet, and to find the desire to fight back.  The fight to overcome tough times is often done with the help of inspiration.  Lisa shares how she found hers.

To read Lisa’s story, and 38 others, pre-order Making It In High Heels now!  The book will be released in time for the holiday season, which would also make it a great gift idea!