My Book to Help You Uncover Who You Are
From being naked in public to spending time in a body cast, Rebecca Rine combines stories with insights to encourage self-improvement and reflection in other women. She nudges you to take a step back, listen to your gut, and feel it all, even when you have no idea what's next.
With emotional candor sprinkled with humor, Rine openly sheds light on women's shared hurdles such as: parenting, marriage, spirituality, sexism, aging, and self-neglect that can come with putting others first all the time.
Life can be simultaneously joyful and terrible. Making peace with this contradiction is a vital key to happiness. Rine encourages you to be your authentic self instead of who you think you should be, so the road ahead will be a deeper journey with more fun.
The end of each chapter has a brief "conversation starter" where she poses questions to challenge, ignite and stretch women. No one knows what waits ahead, so let's dig into today.
Available at most online book sellers. If you live in the Dayton, Ohio area, I can sell you one directly if you contact me.
"She writes about real life in a way that hooks you, and you can't put the book down!"
"Rebecca reminds you you're not alone in whatever you're going through, and she does it with heartwarming humor that is so real."
"This book is so relatable. There is no candy-coating or b.s., and I love that!"
"It felt like having a deep conversation with a friend. I wanted to listen and know more all while making me think more about my own life and how I can relate, and of course some snarky comments and humor throughout... This book helped me to put a lot of my own thoughts into more tangible and understandable words. If you’re going through a hard time and want hope and a pick me up, this book is for you."
"Relatable, funny, and hard-hitting, all in one."
"The anecdotes are very relatable and emotionally engaging, and the questions at the end of each chapter are thought provoking. This is definitely advice and food for thought I can use in my life."