Listen up, ladies! Shirley Strawberry, co-host of the nationally syndicated Steve Harvey Morning Show, delivers more of the no-nonsense woman-to-woman straight talk her listeners have come to love. Shirley tells it like it is - from the heart. Whether the topic is cheating boyfriends, crazy mothers-in-law, job troubles, or money problems, Shirley’s girlfriend-next-door honesty has made the Strawberry Letters segment of the show a huge hit. Now, in this uplifting motivational guide, she brings her vivacious, inspirational, and down-to-earth message to women everywhere: Get up, get out, and be the best you can be!
As a single parent and a woman willing to let Mr. Right find her, Shirley’s been there and done that - and she’s got hard-won lessons to share. In this call to action to help women look at their lives with a candid eye, she tackles the issues her fans want to hear about:
Full of motivating “Strawberry Tips,” personal stories that provide welcome advice on the run, and helpful suggestions for drama-stuck girlfriends, this book offers a simple message of strength: a challenge to love yourself and your life!
From the Hardcover edition
©2011 Shirley Strawberry (P)2011 Random House Audio
"Only a woman who lives life with purpose and divine revelation can inspire people through her advice, and that is Shirley. " (Tyler Perry, Writer/Director/Producer)
“Shirley Strawberry is a sistah who has been there and conquered that. Her insightful advice on life, love, and relationships makes her book a must read for anyone struggling with past hurts." (Mo’Nique, Academy Award winner and host of The Mo’Nique Show)
“Shirley Strawberry brings a unique blend of experiential wisdom and compassionate insight wrapped in a package of dialogue that is painfully honest and joyfully helpful. Shirley Strawberry has that rare spiritual ability to 'speak the truth in love' while making you laugh at the same time.” (Bishop Kenneth C. Ulmer, Faithful Central Bible Church, Los Angeles)
I really enjoyed this book shirley gave some great information for women. She tells about her own life experiences when we all can learn from.
I struggled to finish this one, I love Shirley but her one tone made it difficult to tell if she was reading a letter or just talking about get own story. it was confusing trying to figure out if there was an actual point to the book
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