In my October 7 blog post, I asked you to tell me about what scares you for a chance to win a copy of Esther Kane's new book It's Not About the Food: A Woman's Guide to Making Peace With Food and Our Bodies. We have a winner! Congratulations to Amy Barroso, who said: "I was trying to pin down one thing that scares me, but on my way to work today I realized that what scares me changes depending on my life stage. When I was little I was afraid of getting lost or losing my parents in the grocery store. When I was a teen I was afraid that my friends wouldn't accept me. In my 20's I was afraid that I wouldn't find the man of my dreams and have a happy life. But I never got lost, my friends never judged me and I did find the man of my dreams. Then it was the "mommy" stage and that opened up a whole new world of scared. When they were babies I was afraid they would stop breathing in the night and I wouldn't know it. When they were small I was afraid of losing them in the grocery store and now that they are teens I'm afraid of the wrong choices they may make. All I can do is take a deep breath and be thankful that they never stopped breathing, I never lost them (well I did lose the little one for a minute LOL) and that the way I raised them will have taught them to make the right choices. Can't wait to see what scares me next!" What a terrific, positive approach. Way to go, Amy! Have you entered our October 21 contest yet? And remember to enter our October 27 contest!