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The Ballerina & the Fighter (Ballerina, #1) by Ursula Sinclair

Try for free Already registered? Dinner includes a piece of grilled salmon, with roasted onions, carrots, and butternut squash seasoned with rosemary, garlic, and salt and pepper. As a treat, she ends the day with a glass of Prosecco and a peanut butter cookie to satisfy her sweet tooth. She likes to journal. At age 15, Copeland began to keep a journal as a source of aspiration and motivation. I get criticism because very few dancers have reached this level of success. I think they wonder, 'Why me? When I see things like that written, I tend to go to that place of, 'Who am I?

Am I the real deal? Am I good enough? She owes her success to her female mentors.

During a time when Copeland struggled with depression and isolation, she reached out to Susan Fales-Hill, then-vice chair of the American Ballet Theatre Board and an advocate for diversifying the world of classical ballet. Fales-Hill encouraged her to surround herself with successful women of color who've overcome challenges of their own.

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