Tuesday, June 22, 2021

Review: Big, Bold, and Beautiful: Owning the Woman God Made You To Be by:Sheard

 Big, Bold, and Beautiful: Owning the Woman God Made You to Be

**Disclosure**This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from the publisher. All opinions are my own.

About the Book:

 In this immersive and inspirational book, Grammy Award-nominated singer Kierra Sheard shares her hard-won advice on body positivity, spiritual self-care, goal setting, finding your joy, and living boldly in faith, empowering you to grab the life you’re meant to lead.

Every one of us was born to make a difference. But do you sometimes feel overwhelmed by the things the world prioritizes, thinking you don’t match up or you don’t fit into the mold? Or do you wish you had a more supportive family, or positive role models, or access to the things you need emotionally and spiritually to keep going? Kierra Sheard sees you and will teach you how to:

Identify your goals, talents, and gifts so you can survive and thrive
Deal with societal expectations and focus on what really matters
Truly love yourself and find out who you really are as an individual
Live your faith loud and proud
Inside Big, Bold, and Beautiful you’ll find:

Short and easy-to-read chapters with deep advice for teens and young women on navigating life, and insightful questions to help you find your path
Illustrated feature pages containing stand-alone graphics that highlight key topics for easy reference when you need a boost
An ideal gift for those who need encouragement, as well as graduates getting ready for a new phase

My Review:

Being a teen is hard work. Parenting one is even harder. So you know theres got to be something going on with a child, in this case a girl for there to be so much push and pull. The author shares her own struggles of becoming comfortable with herself. She shows you how God got her through it and she encourages you along your way navigating this precious time. This book is perfect for teens and young women starting this journey. She needs to know that she isnt misunderstood and God is with her.

 A tough journey for sure but easy with God at the forefront. 

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