Women All Around Love These Inspirational Books Part 2

More readings for the ladies seeking a bit of ever-elusive inspiration.

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Inspiration is something that very hard to come by for the people that grew up on the digital age, everything seems to have been done before by somebody else! Can anyone be truly original at this point or are we just deluding ourselves?

But don’t despair, you are just looking at it the wrong way. Instead of trying feeling bad because of all these stories of achievements out there, why not learn about it and get motivated to reach the same highs? By reading these inspirational books meant for women you can easily relate to the struggles presented and learn the ways to overcome them to further your own life’s goals.

#1 Searching for God in the Garbage by Bracha Goetz

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Searching for God in the Garbage is an extremely candid memoir based on the actual diary entries of a Harvard grad who discovers there is a spiritual basis to emotional health. It is a game-changing book that inspires readers to fill their inner emptiness by nourishing their souls.

#2 Finding Treasured Gold by Stepanka Summer

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Stepanka Summer’s poetry book Finding Treasured Gold has just launched and it is giving readers a roadmap to navigate through the ups and downs of life especially those going though hardships, self-doubt, and cancer by guiding them to find the power within themselves. The book, which has been compared to Rupi Kaur’s “milk and honey”, is an autobiographical collection of poems and photographs about embracing life’s challenges, discovering and finding gifts and extraordinary beauty in pain, loss, fear, childhood stuttering, and two breast cancer diagnoses. These poems are to inspire and help you discover the glimpse of magic we all are.

#3 The Last Cotillion by Thadeus Parkland

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A novel telling the story of two amazing women who move beyond the cruel lives thrust upon them by fate and family. Untold truths are revealed; information hidden from family and friends for fear of shame and public humiliation. A grandmother on her deathbed revealing her son was a stolen baby. The loss of the child pushed another woman to move forward into a life of service she would have never imagined. Both woman victims of sexual assault, both women touching other lives in ways they would have never dreamed of. Both ultimately healing; one on her deathbed – the other through compassion and forgiveness.

#4 The Cycle Ended: Saying Goodbye To Domestic Abuse by Cherie Faus-Smith

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As a domestic abuse/violence survivor, I want to provide hope for others through my story. As a teenager, I fell for a young man who ended up abusing me. I was able to walk away but continued down a path of choosing unhealthy, abusive men. It took nearly sixteen years for me to break the cycle and eventually fall in love with a man who helped me heal through his kindness, compassion, encouragement, love and support. We recently celebrated our seventeenth wedding anniversary.

#5 Go Love Yourself by Heather Colleen Reinhardt

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I am suggesting my brand new self-help book, Go Love Yourself, as I want to help as many women as possible understand that they can build the life of their dreams. I have traveled down a very personal path on my self-love journey. I have had massive leaps forward along with massive steps backwards. There are so many learning curves on the journey of self-love. While some must be experienced as they happen, this book is a collection of my stories and advice shared with the intention of knocking some time off your journey so that you can get there faster and better equipped, sparing you some of the stumbles that I had along the way. I am the woman who’s read every self-help book and actively applied the lessons to my life, and with that, I share with you in this book the things that worked the best. Self-love is a mind, body and spirit journey. You have to be in alignment with all three to fully thrive. When you learn to love yourself, you truly can #liveyourbestlife

#6 Connect: How to Love and Accept Yourself After Divorce by Dawn Burnett

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The best book to read after a breakup is one that supplies a fool proof plan on how to find love for self so you don’t repeat the same patterns in relationships. The biggest remnant that follows a breakup is the need to find oneself, learning to love and accept yourself during a time of upheaval. Connect How To Love And Accept Yourself After Divorce is full of incredible advice on how to thrive instead of survive after a breakup. The 11 relatable stories take readers on a journey showing them how they can push past fears and struggles and build their confidence, so they can live the life they’ve been dreaming of.

#7 Wisdom From a Happy Woman BOOK 2

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Wisdom From a Happy Woman series, this is a collection of short, insightful motivational essays laced with inspiration and robust common sense, based on the author’s daily Facebook posts: the fruit of a full life, rich in experience. A long-time believer in a positive attitude having a direct bearing on health and success, Cynthia MacGregor is a prolific author as well as an editor, who has also produced and hosted two TV shows. You will be left with a sense of well-being and a positive determination after reading this Wisdom from a Happy Woman.

#8 Purpose: Find Your Truth and Embrace Your Calling by Jessica Huie

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Purpose is a book for our time. Using a beautiful narrative style Jessica Huie takes the reader through her journey of how she discovered her purpose and ways that you can explore yours. Her story of being a teenage mother who was determined to provide for her daughter to becoming a successful, award-winning businesswoman in a career spanning a 20 year period, is uplifting and candid. She was living what was outwardly an amazing life with celebrity clients and a high public profile but something was missing. She opens up about the struggle to find happiness and purpose providing the lessons she learnt along the way. A thought-provoking, sometimes raw and powerful story. It opens the mind and heart to other ways of thinking and looking at your life and gives you tools to help you on your own journey.

#9 Follow Your Detour by Lindsay McKenzie

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“Follow Your Detour is a perfect book for anyone experiencing the reality that life rarely goes as we plan it to starts to set in. We all spend a lot of our youth and early adulthood planning out our lives – when we’ll get married and have children, our careers, where we’ll live, etc. We’ve always been told to follow our dreams, but what happens when those dreams aren’t working out? Divorce? Infertility? Loss of a job or a loved one? We quickly learn that often times those plans don’t work out and we run into dead ends along the paths we work so hard to create for ourselves.

Follow Your Detour is a book about just that! It shares the author, Lindsay’s, own journey of loss and how she embraced the most difficult dead end in her life as a detour. The concept of a detour is critical in life. Understanding that sometimes detours end up leading us on journeys better than we could have imagined or planned for ourselves helps us find purpose in our pain and faith in the future. No matter what you’re going through, this book will help you find the courage to accept it, overcome your fears of uncertainty, and push forward towards finding the real you and discovering the greatness that’s out there waiting for you. All you have to do is follow that detour! ”

Written by Eve O'Rourke

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