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52 minutes | Jun 11, 2021
Twice A Daughter: Julie Ryan McGue's Memoir on Finding Her Mother
Julie is adopted. She is also a twin. Because their adoption was closed, she and her sister lack both a health history and their adoption papers?which becomes an issue for Julie when, at forty-eight years old, she finds herself facing several serious health issues. To launch the probe into her closed adoption, Julie first needs the support of her sister. The twins talk things over, and make a pact: Julie will approach their adoptive parents for the adoption paperwork and investigate search options, and the sisters will split the costs involved in locating their birth relatives. But their adoptive parents aren't happy that their daughters want to locate their birth parents?and that is only the first of many obstacles Julie will come up against as she digs into her background. Julie's search for her birth relatives spans years and involves a search agency, a PI, a confidential intermediary, a judge, an adoption agency, a social worker, and a genealogist. By journey's end, what began as a simple desire for a family medical history has evolved into a complicated quest?one that unearths secrets, lies, and family members that are literally right next door. Drop In with us to take the wild ride to finding the truth.
56 minutes | Jun 4, 2021
Brave(ish): How One Woman, Margaret Davis Ghielmetti, Came to Be
At age forty, Margaret quits her sales job to follow her husband’s hotel career to Paris. She’s setting sail on this adventure with a glass half full of bravery, a well-traveled passport, a journal in which she plans to write her novel, and the mentally engrained Davis Family Handbook of Rules to Live By. Everyone tells Margaret she’s living the dream, but she feels adrift without a professional identity. Desperate to feel productive and valued, she abandons her writing and throws herself into new roles: perfect wife, hostess, guide, and expatriate. When she and her husband move to Cairo, however, the void inside she’s been ignoring threatens to engulf her. It’s clear that something needs to change, so she does the one thing she was raised never to do: asks for—and accepts—help. Over the next fifteen years abroad, the cultures of Egypt, Thailand, and Singapore confront Margaret with lessons she never would have learned at home. But it’s only when they move back to Chicago—with Margaret now stepping into the role of perfect caretaker to her parents—that she has to decide once and for all: will she dare to let go of the old rules and roles she thinks keep her safe in order to step into her own life and creative destiny? Drop In with us to find out!
53 minutes | May 28, 2021
Hood Feminism: Mikki Kendall on Women that The Movement Forgot
Today's feminist movement has a glaring blind spot, and paradoxically, it is women. Mainstream feminists rarely talk about meeting basic needs as a feminist issue, argues Mikki Kendall, but food insecurity, access to quality education, safe neighborhoods, a living wage, and medical care are all feminist issues. All too often, however, the focus is not on basic survival for the many, but on increasing privilege for the few. That feminists refuse to prioritize these issues has only exacerbated the age-old problem of both internecine discord and women who rebuff at carrying the title. Moreover, prominent white feminists broadly suffer from their own myopia with regard to how things like race, class, sexual orientation, and ability intersect with gender. How can we stand in solidarity as a movement, Kendall asks, when there is the distinct likelihood that some women are oppressing others? In her searing collection of essays, Mikki Kendall takes aim at the legitimacy of the modern feminist movement, arguing that it has chronically failed to address the needs of all but a few women. Drawing on her own experiences with hunger, violence, and hypersexualization, along with incisive commentary on politics, pop culture, the stigma of mental health, and more, Hood Feminism delivers an irrefutable indictment of a movement in flux. An unforgettable debut, Kendall has written a ferocious clarion call to all would-be feminists to live out the true mandate of the movement in thought and in deed. Drop In with Mikki Kendall to find out how you can be part of a movement that includes all.
54 minutes | May 21, 2021
Waiting for the Night Song: Julie Carrick Dalton's Suspense Novel
We'll Drop In with Julie Carrick Dalton about her debut novel about secrets -- both the earth's secrets and personal -- values and friendship. When Cadie and her friend Daniela witness a murder as children, they’re forced to keep it a secret. But when the incident resurfaces decades later after they’ve drifted apart, time runs short for both as they try to figure out whether the truth is worth the sacrifice. This is an incredibly timely book in the vein of Migrations by Charlotte McConaghy and Flight Behavior by Barbara Kingsolver that has a parallel narrative about the bark beetle infestation and rising threat of forest fires due to climate change that ties together an affecting narrative of friendship and immigration, ethics and the ramifications of our decisions. Dalton’s unique background in science, agriculture and journalism clearly informs her engaging prose and plot. Waiting for the Night Song is an atmospheric literary suspense debut novel that was recently featured as a most anticipated thriller/mystery for 2021 by both Buzzfeed and Frolic, as well as a most anticipated 2021 read by Betches and Medium’s Angela Lashbrook, who called it “an evocative, beautifully-written debut.” Some more recent book love: · “A startling and timely debut, Julie Carrick Dalton's Waiting for the Night Song is a moving, brilliant novel about friendships forged in childhood magic and ruptured by the high price of secrets that leave you forever changed.” (Bookish) · Dalton's debut is a story of friendship, family, and the consequences of acting out of fear, especially when those actions are performed to protect those we love. The storytelling is made even more vivid by the way the novel practically breathes the woods of New Hampshire. (Booklist)
54 minutes | May 14, 2021
Razor Wire Wilderness: Stephanie Dickinson on Prison Friendship
Krystal Riordan watched as her boyfriend beat a drunk teenager to death in a vermin infested New Jersey hotel room. Could she have stopped it? Could she be his next victim? Now, Krystal is serving a maximum 30-year sentence, while the man who beat the teenage woman to death is about to be released. And it’s no anomaly, with studies showing more than 80 percent of women who fail to stop their partner from committing a violent crime serve more prison time than the perpetrator. What does it take to survive in a maximum security lockdown for 30 years? Is it possible to thrive? The answers only lead to more questions in Dickinson’s raw and emotional look into the criminal justice system and how it’s failed not just one but countless victims of violence. And what unfolds is a beautiful depiction of moral ambiguity, loss and redemption within the confines of the prison walls and beyond. Through the lens of a prison friendship, Stephanie Dickinson unspools the lives and deaths of victims and perpetrators, their families, friends, enemies, and everyone in between. Drop In with us to determine for yourselves whether the law is fair to accomplices to crime by issuing its strong prison sentences or whether moral ambiguity is relevant. What is the role of compassion for the victim of the crime and how long does that compassion extend? We'll ask these and other thorny questions on Dropping In. Join us!
55 minutes | May 7, 2021
Prozac Monologues: A Voice from the Edge with Willa Goodfellow
She was going to stab her doctor, but she wrote Prozac Monologues instead. Years later, Willa Goodfellow revisits this account of an antidepressant-induced hypomania that hijacked a Costa Rican vacation and tells the rest of the story, the wrong medication, an overlooked diagnosis of Bipolar 2, and finally a path to recovery. Prozac Monologues: A Voice From the Edge is a comedic memoir of misdiagnosis and self-help book about the bipolar spectrum. It offers information about a mood disorder frequently mistaken for Major Depression with resources for recovery and further study. Plus, Costa Rica. • • If your depression keeps coming back, • If your antidepressant side effects are dreadful, • If you are curious about the bipolar spectrum, • If you want ideas for recovery from mental illness, • If you care for somebody who might have more than depression, She wrote this for you. Drop In with us to meet Willa.
55 minutes | Apr 30, 2021
When the Red Gates Opened: Dori Jones Yang's Memoir about China
Dori was among the first American correspondents to cover China’s transformation from Maoism to modernization. Her deeply personal memoir follows her rise from rookie reporter to experienced journalist. She reveals details of her cross-cultural romance and marriage, which gave her deeper insights into how China's reforms led to hopes for better lives among ordinary people. This euphoria reached its peak in 1989, when peaceful protesters filled Tiananmen Square, demanding democracy. On the ground in Beijing, Dori lived that hope, as well as the despair that followed. After Tiananmen, she returned to America yet continued to visit her husband's relatives in China as the country resumed its growth. Published in 2020, when China’s rapid rise began setting off fears in Washington, her memoir offers insight into the daring policies that started it all—and perspective on what Chinese people really want. This is a memoir of China's reawakening. Drop In with us to explore the antecedents of today's tensions and the rhetoric that has brought it about. You'll find the healing influences of first hand knowledge of this culture and the special time frame during which the author worked, traveled, befriended both ordinary and extraordinary citizens, made a marriage, and became very much a part of the place. Her observations, insights, and impressions will open the lens on a country with which we, outside its territory, are usually only on headline terms. We'll drop In to learn, live, find the intellectual, political and economic context, and finally, the highly personal and human emotional content. Website: https://dorijonesyang.com/
55 minutes | Apr 23, 2021
When You Look Like Us: Pamela N. Harris & Being Black in America
From debut author Pamela N. Harris comes a timely, gripping teen novel about a boy who must take up the search for his sister when she goes missing from a neighborhood where black girls’ disappearances are too often overlooked. Perfect for fans of Jason Reynolds and Tiffany D. Jackson. When you look like us—brown skin, brown eyes, black braids or fades—everyone else thinks you’re trouble. No one even blinks twice over a missing black girl from public housing because she must’ve brought whatever happened to her upon herself. I, Jay Murphy, can admit that, for a minute, I thought my sister Nicole just got caught up with her boyfriend—a drug dealer—and his friends. But she’s been gone too long. Nic, where are you? If I hadn’t hung up on her that night, she would be at our house, spending time with Grandma. If I was a better brother, she’d be finishing senior year instead of being another name on a missing persons list. It’s time to step up, to do what the Newport News police department won’t. Bring her home. Drop In with us to hear about Pamela N. Harris' views on race relations in the criminal justice system -- having written a debut novel whose plot centres around this very thing -- and just after the George Floyd murder trial and successful prosecution of a White Minnesota police officer. Will this landmark verdict change things? Is there hope for better regulation of police violence against marginalised groups? What happens now when White criminals perpetrate violence on African American, Black Brown, or any person of color as a victim? Will African American mothers and grandmothers, fathers and grandfathers always have to have 'the talk' with their sons, grandsons, nephews, godchildren and friends? Finally, what can persons of non-color do to ally with the Black community, bear witness to the struggles, and to help create positive change? At a critical juncture in our history, we'll talk openly and search honestly for answers on the way forward. Drop in with us this Friday
56 minutes | Apr 16, 2021
365 Days Intentional Living & Relationship Goals! Celeste Viciere
What is the purpose of the guided journal? 365 Days of Intentional Living will teach you how to live with intention and purpose. Each day will present you with a statement or question to be contemplated and answered. Halfway through the journal, you will be presented with these questions once again in order to see how your thoughts have changed through the journaling process. Why should anyone buy this journal? In order to remain healthy and whole in life, it is important for us to remain conscious of how we are affected by life's circumstances. All of our actions are shaped by how we feel, and how we feel is directly influenced by how we think. If we intentionally process our thoughts on a daily basis, we will begin to understand where our feelings derive from as well as grow in our ability to make mindful decisions. This journal will help you to embrace the power you can have over your emotions, and enable you to make more clear-minded decisions around everyday situations that affect your life. If you purchase this guided journal, you can be a part of Celeste Viciere private 365 Day of Intentional Living facebook group community. The community is intended to serve as a safe space to share your thoughts and observations from your journaling process with others who are also making their way through 365 Days of Intentional Living. After your purchase, you can send and email to firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the group. Relationship Goals: A Guide to a Healthy Relationship is a book to help you navigate. Relationships can be complicated, and many times we tend to struggle alone. We may seek a healthy relationship, but we might not be clear on what that actually looks like. 'Relationship Goals' can help you gain clarity. Whether you have been with your partner for six months or 60 years, this book will help you break down the barriers you are facing in your relationship and help you achieve a solution-focused mindset that can enable you to work through issues with your partner in a healthy and positive way. Drop In to find out how firsthand with Celeste Viciere!
55 minutes | Apr 9, 2021
Little Panic: Dispatches from an Anxious with Life Amanda Stern
The world never made any sense to Amanda Stern--how could she trust time to keep flowing, the sun to rise, gravity to hold her feet to the ground, or even her own body to work the way it was supposed to? Deep down, she knows that there's something horribly wrong with her, some defect that her siblings and friends don't have to cope with. Growing up in the 1970s and 80s in New York, Amanda experiences the magic and madness of life through the filter of unrelenting panic. Plagued with fear that her friends and family will be taken from her if she's not watching-that her mother will die, or forget she has children and just move away-Amanda treats every parting as her last. Shuttled between a barefoot bohemian life with her mother in Greenwich Village, and a sanitized, stricter world of affluence uptown with her father, Amanda has little she can depend on. And when Etan Patz disappears down the block from their MacDougal Street home, she can't help but believe that all her worst fears are about to come true. Tenderly delivered and expertly structured, Amanda Stern's memoir is a document of the transformation of New York City and a deep, personal, and comedic account of the trials and errors of seeing life through a very unusual lens. Amanda currently produces and hosts the popular podcast BOOKABLE. She spent her 20s working in film–for Ang Lee, Terry Gilliam, and Gregg Araki, but primarily for Ted Hope and James Schamus at the famed (and not forgotten) Good Machine, where she worked closely with Hal Hartley. After that she became an accidental comic, co-hosting the Lorne Michaels series, “This is Not a Test“ with host Marc Maron at “Catch A Rising Star.” She was the on-air host of a cable network owned by Lorne Michaels, the name of which is so mortifying she can’t even bring herself to tell me, the fake person pretending to write “her” bio. Later, in the music world, she worked for David Byrne, curating a narrative section of The Talking Heads Box Set, “Once In A Lifetime.” Stern hosts, talks, moderates, and curates for those who pay her. Some of these people and places are the National Book Awards ceremony, “5 Under 35;” the BBC; Soundcheck; the MacDowell Colony; Brooklyn Public Library’s Gala with Paul Auster, and at Powerhouse Arena. She’s also led storytelling workshops for Moleskine, Cirque du Soleil, and Proctor & Gamble. She’s published thirteen books, nine for children (the Frankly, Frannie, series for Penguin under the name, A.J. Stern), two for young adults (You’re So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah and its sequel, under the name, Fiona Rosenbloom), and one novel of literary fiction, The Long Haul, under her real name. Her most recent book is a memoir called Little Panic, which came out on June 19, 2018, from Grand Central. She’s held several fellowships at both The MacDowell Colony (once as the Philip Morris Company Fellow) and at Yaddo. In 2012 she was a NYFA fiction fellow, and she was a Barnes and Noble Discover Pick in 2018.
56 minutes | Apr 2, 2021
A Discerning Eye: The Gardner Museum Art Theft with Carol Orange
On March 18, 1990 thieves broke into Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and stole 13 works of art including masterpieces by such renowned artists as Vermeer, Rembrandt and Degas, in what would become history’s largest art theft. Thirty years later, the crime remains unsolved with none of the paintings recovered. This tragic robbery inspired A Discerning Eye [Cavan Bridge Press, October 13, 2020] a debut novel by Carol Orange, writer and fine arts consultant for over twenty years. The novel’s art heist mystery and high stakes international intrigue involves Interpol, the FBI, the Mafia, drug lords, and the daring, clever art dealer at the center: Portia Malatesta. As a Gardner docent Portia is devastated when she learns of the stolen pieces and becomes determined to help uncover their whereabouts. Skillfully, she constructs a psychological profile of the thief by analyzing a common thread in most of the stolen art. She suspects the mastermind behind it all is obsessed with the interaction of dark and light in both art and life. Orange believes, “There is an inherent tension between the shadowy and light sides of most people. Perhaps knowing or observing the shadowy side of life motivates painters to combine the portrayal of dark events with the hopeful promise of light.” When the FBI enlists Portia's help in a sting operation to recover the stolen works of art, she goes on a dangerous trip to Colombia, where she'll have to earn the trust of a notorious drug lord's daughter. With everything at risk, Portia navigates the country’s underworld and uncovers a complicated web of politics and pride, where one misstep could have deadly consequences... Orange utilizes her vast art knowledge and experience working in Latin American to craft a fast-paced, deftly plotted mystery where the fate of several of the world's most prized masterpieces are in one person’s hands. Fans of Donna Leon and John Le Carré will clamor for this action-packed tale filled with marital tensions, temptations, and twists and turns that will keep the reader guessing throughout. Drop In with us to learn about the inner workings of art crime and world class collectors and what makes it all tick!
54 minutes | Mar 26, 2021
SONG OF THE PLAINS: Linda Joy Myers on Family, Secrets, & Silence
Ever since she was a child, Linda Joy felt the power of the past. As the third daughter in her family to be abandoned or estranged by a mother, she observed the consequences of that heritage on the women she loved as well as herself. But thanks to the stories told to her by her great-grandmother, Myers received a gift that proved crucial in her life: the idea that everyone is a walking storybook, and that we all have within us the key to a deeper understanding of life–the secret stories that make themselves known even without words. Song of the Plains is a weaving of family history that starts in the Oklahoma plains and spans over forty years as Myers combs through dusty archives, family stories, and genealogy online. She discovers the secrets that help to explain the fractures in her family, and the ways in which her mother and grandmother found a way not only to survive the great challenges of their eras, but to thrive despite mental illness and abuse. She discovers how decisions made long ago broke her family apart–and she makes it her life’s work to change her family story from one of abuse and loss to one of finding and creating a new story of hope, forgiveness, healing, and love. Come with us on a sweep through the Midwest plains, on a wind that travels into our hearts, and through the other side of ourselves to form well-lived lives by understanding the undertow of our past, our ancestors, and even our younger selves. How do we liberate ourselves from these ghosts, while fully acknowledging their mark? Drop In with Linda Joy Myers to find out ~
48 minutes | Mar 19, 2021
To Hell With It: Of Sin & Sex, Wings, & Dante -- Dinty W. Moore
To Hell with It: Of Sin and Sex, Chicken Wings, and Dante’s Entirely Ridiculous Inferno skewers and questions fundamental beliefs: Are we really damned? Part memoir/part spiritual essay, Moore is asking what would our world be like if eternal damnation was not hanging constantly over our heads, stoking our self-loathing and making so many of us vaguely miserable? At the same time, To Hell with It examines the various ways that organized religion inevitably taints spirituality. How can we truly love ourselves, be in touch with our spirituality, and love one another if we can't come to love ourselves. How can we be lovable if we are all sinners? Is it true that God is perfection if we were made in His image? Men are greedy for power, and religion is a way to hold sway over others, so once a religion begins to construct a hierarchy, bad things start to happen. (Plus, Dante who influenced theology for centuries does not even look nice, begging the question: Why do we still hold these beliefs?) The book is written with humor, what one reviewer has termed “stand-up theology.” You'll never look at chicken wings, medieval poetry, the church (really, any church), your tortured and supposedly damaged soul, and perhaps even your life, the same way again. Debunk with Dinty W. Moore and Drop In with us!
55 minutes | Mar 12, 2021
GONE: On Love, Body, & Taking Back My Life with Linda K. Olson
Linda Olson and her husband, Dave Hodgens, were young doctors whose story had all the makings of a fairy tale. But then, while they were vacationing in Germany, a train hit their van, shattering their lives?and Linda’s body. When Linda saw Dave for the first time after losing her right arm and both of her legs, she told him she would understand if he left. His response: “I didn’t marry your arms or your legs. If you can do it, I can do it.” In order to protect their loved ones, they decided to hide the truth about what really happened on those train tracks, and they kept their secret for thirty-five years. As a triple amputee, Linda learned to walk with prostheses and change diapers and insert IVs with one hand. She finished her residency while pregnant and living on her own. And she and Dave went on to pursue their dream careers, raise two children, and travel the world. With help from teams of friends and family, Linda and Dave raised their two children to canoe, kayak, backpack, raft and travel in remote places. They learned that it didn’t matter if their mom looked funny, or if she couldn’t do things the way other people did—they could still have a good time and get out and go. Linda was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease in 2015 and is committed to empowering Parkinson’s patients and families to live life as full as possible, in spite of their disabilities, and to get up, get out, and go. Inspiring and deeply moving, Gone asks readers to find not only courage but also laughter in the unexpected challenges we all face. The day of the accident, no one envied Linda and Dave. Today, many do.
55 minutes | Mar 5, 2021
Eris Rising: Courtney Ramm on Accessing The Warrior Within
Warrior's aren't born, they are forged from the harsh experiences that shape them as they strive to defend what is sacred and true. And geniuses aren't born either-or are they? Courtney Ramm would know, as she's one of 229 offspring born from the controversial Genius Sperm Bank, a genetic experiment that existed in the 1980s and '90s. With a predisposition for genius, Courtney found herself driven toward success. Following her passion for dance, by the age of eight she was studying at the renowned School of American Ballet and soon thereafter, performing on New York's greatest stages. At twenty-five years old, she acted upon a strong inner calling to start her own dance company in Hawaii. When she first locked eyes with Marcus at a spiritual gathering, she sensed something was off in the uncanny intensity of his stare. But she dove into a relationship anyway, not grasping the graveness and outright danger of the decision. Eris Rising is a story of breaking deep karmic patterns, grappling with the calling of destiny, and changing long-held karma into mission. With the powerful feminine warrior spirit of Eris as inspiration, this memoir shows how it's possible to move forward after life-altering mistakes, and recover the true genius within.
55 minutes | Feb 26, 2021
Wings of Ebony: J. Elle & Her Superpowered NY Times Bestseller
In this riveting, keenly emotional debut fantasy, a Black teen from Houston has her world upended when she learns about her godly ancestry and must save both the human and god worlds. “Make a way out of no way” is just the way of life for Rue. But when her mother is shot dead on her doorstep, life for her and her younger sister changes forever. Rue's taken from her neighborhood by the father she never knew, forced to leave her little sister behind, and whisked away to Ghizon—a hidden island of magic wielders.Rue is the only half-god, half-human there, where leaders protect their magical powers at all costs and thrive on human suffering. Miserable and desperate to see her sister on the anniversary of their mother’s death, Rue breaks Ghizon’s sacred Do Not Leave Law and returns to Houston. Evidence mounts about the evil plaguing East Row. Rue must embrace her true identity & wield the full magnitude of her ancestors’ power to save her neighborhood before the gogods burn it to the ground.
55 minutes | Feb 19, 2021
Migrating to Prison: César Cuauhtemoc Garcia Hernandez Drops In
Where once the United States rarely imprisoned people for violating immigration law, today the country runs the largest immigration prison system in the world. In Migrating to Prison: America’s Obsession with Locking Up Immigrants, César Cuauhtémoc García Hernández takes a hard look at immigration prisons. Political opportunism and profit have shaped government policy at an enormous cost to human life and the legal system. For those reasons, Migrating to Prison urgently calls for the abolition of immigration prisons. César’s analyses of policies affecting migrants regularly appear in media in the United States and abroad. He has published opinion articles in The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, The Guardian, Time, and many other venues. Through hundreds of interviews, he has lent his expert analysis to journalists in Brazil, Canada, Germany, South Africa, and the United States. He also served two terms as a member of the American Bar Association’s Commission on Immigration.
55 minutes | Feb 12, 2021
Odd Woman Out: Unscripted Identity & Life with Melanie Chartoff
Go backstage on Broadway, behind the scenes on network television, and inside the complicated psyche of a talented performer struggling to play the role of a complete human. Odd Woman Out: Exposure in Essays and Stories intimately exposes the nature of identity in the life of a performing artist, snapshotting the hopeful search for a self Chartoff could love, and someone else's self to love, too. Spoiler alert: She succeeds. What does it mean to know who you are when you've played so many others to a T? Who is the Me in She? Find out how one multi-faceted and famed actress discovered herself when we Drop In with Melanie Chartoff.
54 minutes | Feb 5, 2021
This Way Back: A Woman's Bicultural Identity & Sexual Orientation
This Way Back dramatizes a childhood split between Queens, New York, and Cyprus, an island nation with a long colonial history and a culture to which Joanna Eleftheriou could never quite adjust. The book avows a Greek-Cypriot-American lesbian’s existence by documenting its scenes: reenacting an 1829 mass suicide by jumping off a school stage onto gym mats at St. Nicholas, harvesting carobs on ancestral land, purchasing UNESCO-protected lace, marching in the island’s first gay pride parade, visiting Cyprus’s occupied north against a dying father’s wish, and pruning geraniums, cypress trees, and jasmine after her father grew too weak to lift the shears. While the author’s life binds the essays in This Way Back into what reads like a memoir, the book questions memoir’s conventional boundaries between the individual and her community, and between political and personal loss, the human and the environment, and the living and the dead. It is spellbinding! https://www.joannaeleftheriou.com
56 minutes | Jan 29, 2021
EMPOWER: A 30-Day Journey -- Embark on it with Susan Burrell
Have you ever had the desire to live more fully but you don't know how? Drop In with Susan Burrell who says, I have designed this book to give you action steps that may feel hard and some that will seem easy. Done in a consistent manner, they will create a beautiful transformation within you whose final destination is that of living your most empowered life - filled with freedom, happiness and love … Be brave. This journey is not for the squeamish or for one who wants to remain a victim. The journey to empowerment and self-love takes courage and persistence. There will be times when you will hit a wall of resistance. Just breathe and remember your intention, which you will be asked to set at the beginning of the book. So take a deep breath and let’s begin. Susan breaks it down into key words for what Empower symbolises. She gives us insights & affirmations to make the journey truly personal -- & plenty of space to find your own way. If you've ever wanted guidance, she is here!
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