I am enjoying this book a lot. The personalization of the content and the topic of shame brings it to a level of REAL.
The author's authenticity.
Speaking to a parent group not knowing there was an underlying issue.
When Brene shared a moment of shame with her sister.
The characters were real, lovable, growing and interesting. The story warmed my soul and breathed gratitude into me.
The most memorabel moment occurred at the end of the story when Harold and Maureen believed in love again.
Harold was most memorable because of all the changes and peaks and valleys he navigated in his heart. Martina was also quite memorable because of her utmost kindness despite her own pain.
This was just good medicine!
I didn't read the print. The audio was excellent and it was just what I wanted.
Cheryl's portrayal of her struggle on her Mom's 50th birthday was poignant and memorable.
I have not heard any others.
"Lions and Tigers and Bears Oh My!"
Truly enjoyed Cheryl's pilgrimage.
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