I love listening to Anita. Listening to her accent connected me more to her life and culture. She has such a lovely, calm way of speaking.
What Anita experienced was profound and I feel that her just sharing it with "me" lead me to some of the realizations she experienced without such drastic measures.
This book gave me hope and clarity.
I have already made huge changes in my life to allow it to be more about what I want and need and not what is expected of me. I continue to allow even more to come to me. "Allow" is my new favorite word.
I will probably download the book on my Kindle and read it instead of listen to it.
Anyone with a bit more mature voice. I know she is supposed to be naive and innocent, to start, but I just can't get to the later parts of the book with such a young, valley girl, voice. It almost seems lurid to me. And having her do the male voices, by lowering her already girlish voice, seems really wrong. It seems to be more of her fantasies she is recounting rather than actual events.
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