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How To Find Your Perfect Match

17 Jul

Screen Shot 2017-07-17 at 3.49.52 PMHeartbreak is something that everyone goes through, yet it somehow feels so personal. Choosing ME before WE is an important book for anyone who has experienced heartbreak. This book will help you learn to love yourself and identify the right partner for you.

Author Christine Arylo was inspired to write Choosing ME before WE because of her own relationship experiences – her engagement was called off by her fiance and partner of 15 years just hours before their engagement party. In the months that followed, Arylo resolved to turn her initial devastation into something that could help other women succeed in their relationships.

The happiness of so many women in relationships is dependent on their partner. What Arylo wants women to realize is that the only person you should depend upon for happiness is yourself! In her book, Arylo describes what she calls “the 5 vows” that you must promise to keep to yourself before committing to a relationship. Additionally, Arylo’s book will help you master how to pick the perfect person for you by teaching you how to not “settle” because you’re afraid of being alone, how to get past heartbreak, and the “core four” – Arylo’s method finding the partner that is right for you.

One reader says that “if [she] had the extra money, [she] would buy a copy of this book and gift it to every woman [she] know(s)”, while another says that she “collected more real, useful, tidbits from this book than [she] think(s) [she’s] ever gotten from therapy”. According to Publisher’s Weekly, “this exercise in intention-setting and manifestation will help any woman who wants a lasting partnership that reflects her own true self”.

So it’s clear: Choosing ME before WE offers invaluable advice for any woman looking for a healthy and fulfilling relationship. Get it now, and find yourself a partner that helps you be the best you can be!

When it Comes to Mental Health, You Are Not Alone

13 Jul

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Mental health is an affliction that too many suffer from, but few are willing to talk about. Unfortunately, many people who wrestle with mental health struggle silently. For any woman (or man!) who finds that she is struggling with her mental health, reading The Woman Who Thought Too Much can offer insight and guidance.

Written by Joanne Limburg, this memoir details the author’s lifelong struggle with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder which has plagued even her earliest memories. During her childhood, throughout her teen years, and into adulthood, her condition worsened until it took over her life and thoughts. While it took her many years to finally identify her problem, the book takes readers through her efforts to understand her disease and deal with its symptoms as best she could.

The memoir has received praise from many reputable critics. Author Hilary Mantel says that the memoir is so deeply personal that “at times you want to close this book to protect its subject from your scrutiny”. She praises Limburg’s “insight and rueful wit”, and says that the memoir is “interesting not only for her fellow walking wounded, but for writers and would-be writers”. The Jewish Chronicle describes Limburg’s work as “something most of us could benefit from in an egocentric world that expects airbrushed perfection” and as “a tale of self-acceptance”.

If you are struggling with mental health, The Woman Who Thought Too Much is an essential read. You are NOT alone!

Lacking Confidence? Here’s What You Should Read

12 Jul



The Confidence Code, a book by Claire Shipman and Katty Kay, is an important novel for any woman in the workforce. It tackles the question: why men are still the dominating force in the corporate world even though modern day American women are just as qualified as men? With striking statistics about gender in the workforce, the book analyzes many of the reasons for men’s greater apparent success, such as the fact that women are less likely to fight for higher salary than men or that there is a greater importance placed on competence than confidence in our workforce.

So how do women combat these issues they’re faced with? This book acts as a guide for women to understand the importance of having confidence and offers insight as to why so many women lack it. The focus of the book is to teach women how to build their confidence, and helps women develop methods for gaining confidence that they can pass on to their friends and daughters.

One book reader on describes the book as “life-changing”, saying that she “learned new things and old lessons sunk deeper” and that “it has truly changed the way I carry myself at work as well as in my daily life”. Another reader says that the book has encouraged her to “search within [herself] on and work to bring [confidence] out”. Yet another reader thinks that every woman, no matter the profession, can only benefit from reading this book”. So if you’re a woman looking to excel in the workforce, get this book now and unlock your inner confidence!