by Rachel Hollis

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  • "The internet has given rise in the last few years to a phenomenon I’ve come to call “curated imperfection,” and Ra…
  • More prosperity gospel BS. "Being empowered to let go of my anxiety or self-criticism as a wealthy white woman is…
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    • Recycled balony from other sources.
    • Girl Wash Your Face has hands down, been an absolute LIFE CHANGER for me.When I had first discovered this book It was because of a brief recommendation from a friend shortly after it was released. I initially rented the digital audiobook version from my library because I wasn’t sure if it was for me. I cannot tell you from beginning to end how much I could not stop listening. I stayed up until 2am just so I could finish it! I loved it so much I purchased a physical copy and purchased the audiobook version on audible.In the book, Rachel confronts the lies that she’s listened to that held her back for way too long. This book has been everything that I’ve needed to hear, when I needed to hear it. I’ve found myself so many times throughout the book going “OMG! Me too!” The first time I listened I was IN ACTUAL TEARS because it made me feel like I wasn’t the only one who felt the way I did, and experienced the things that I did. I could relate to her on so many things even down to the “big toe!” lolRachel Hollis and Girl Wash Your Face is the cheerleader and best friend that every woman needs to say get back up, sister YOU’VE GOT THIS! This book is so full of wisdom and WILL change your life, if you let it! I highly recommend reading this book. It’s absolutely incredible!
    • This shouldn’t be considered a Christian book. This is lukewarm at best. A recent post on FB will give you a little insight as to what kind of Christian you’re dealing with. She loves Jesus but cusses. Well dear, if you truly loved Jesus, you WOULDN’T cuss. Or any of the other worldly things you post about. Christians are called to be SET APART. Not to just “love Jesus” and continue to be worldly. Sad that women will fall for this feel good garbage.
    • I tried, I really did. People who I admire, who possess diecsernment and good judgement, recommended this book via social media platforms, so I bought it. I’ve tread to read it. I don’t think I can finish it (and I am saying this while bored and bed-ridden, recovering from surgery). There is nothing new or authentic in this book. It feels phony and disingenuous and like an opportunity for the author to self congratulate herself for being fabulous. There is so much more I could say, but so many others have already said it in pages of one star reviews. I’m seriously bummed I spent my money on it.
    • This book was very meh. She has some good stories, and some “How was that relevant?” ones. I found that the times I did like it were soon followed with, Brené Brown said it better.