Holy wow! I don‘t know how successful I will be at putting ANY of this into practice, but I certainly needed to hear it...all of it.
I‘m can‘t say I enjoyed this book but it really did help me as I think through my own brokenness and wounds. It surely added to my journey and has equipped me to keep moving forward. I appreciated the authors willing to share about his own life and hardships. It is easier to listen to someone that knows themself well.
Pressing into this one. Easy to read the words but hard to absorb what they are saying! Page 117 of 454
I‘m in the in between books space where I don‘t know what to read next. Planning to start this 450 page gut wrencher. Here we go...
I‘ve not read it but the bold cover caught my attention. From the synopsis, it sounds like an important reminder of a book. “Taylor invites us to live in a world where different bodies are seen, affirmed, celebrated, and just...to break up with shame, to deepen our literacy, and to liberate our practice of celebrating every body”..and never apologise for this body of ours. Never have to feel #sorry for yourself.
Amazing. Highly recommend to literally everyone. It‘s helped me work through stuff I didn‘t even realise I was carrying.