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The Worn Out Women

Updated on February 16, 2016

This Book Was Inspirational ! It Nurture Your Soul

Finally, I feel like someone understands me and what I’m feeling as a woman. I recommended this book to so many women some are friends others were people I just met. I recommended this book to my daughter, my friend's daughters and coworkers. There so many sections in this book that I can relate to as a mother, wife, friend and sister. This book lets you know you don’t have to be super woman, or super mom. You don’t have to be the yes person at work. It’s ok to say no sometimes.

This book was what I needed,Because Life is so unpredictable!

It was good for my soul, it gave me the strength to move on at the time I just lost my sister to cancer I was stressed out from work. And only strength I had was to open this book up. This book cleansed my soul, it teaches you that’s it's ok to take time for yourself. You don’t have to feel bad because you need some me time. We all need serenity

As a woman we all feel like we have to be super women,

This book taught me how to say no to someone without feeling bad. I used to be a yes person anytime someone asks me to do something I would say yes, even though I didn’t have time to do the task I didn’t want to disappoint them so I would always say yes. I was a people pleaser

Every woman who feels worn thin by life

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© 2014 Kelly8054


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