Fake Perfection by Linda Ginac
My Journey from Broken Trust to Trust Broker

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Fake Perfection provides an intimate glimpse into the life of Linda Ginac as she struggles through ten tumultuous years to overcome a lifetime of broken trust. Ultimately a story of triumph, it tells the often-shocking story of a broken girl who overcomes incredible odds to become a strong, independent wife, mother, and entrepreneur. Linda’s life wasn’t always a bed of roses, but her defiant attitude and indomitable spirit shines through even in the darkest moments, allowing her to become a trust broker to clients and friends alike. Through it all, Fake Perfection shows us how we all wear veils to some extent, but through honest self-evaluation and effort, we can all achieve true happiness, even though we’re not perfect.

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Published June 10, 2011 by Ginac Publishing. 278 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs.

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But shortly after Frank unexpectedly leaves his job, Linda is shocked to learn that she’s a casualty of massive layoffs, and so starts the long struggle for Linda and Frank to re-establish stability in their usually idyllic world.

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