We live in a country where people have to live with the knowledge that if they want to be considered beautiful they must be married and have children.

The reality of being a mother in the Republic is not a matter for the faint of heart, and yet that is the way it has always been.

It is not just a matter of the law.

As the law and culture of the Republic has become more and more entrenched, the need to define the definition of beauty in the eyes of the Irish people has grown.

A book like this one will help you to think more positively about your choices and to embrace the values that make the Republic what it is.

The title “I Am Not Perfect” is not only about the importance of making sure you are not perfect, it also shows you the beauty that you can attain if you are willing to face the truth.