Empowering women to be - and to enjoy being - feminine
If you're feeling like you want to feel a bit more female then you've come to the right page. Equality is shouted about so much given past inequalities, but that doesn't mean that women are required to forget about being feminine.
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Books on this subject:
Written in the Rainbow – A Woman’s Secret to Self Esteem
If you’re overstretched trying to be all things to all people, and secretly feel you’re still not good enough, this could be the most important book you ever read. In it you’ll find the secrets to building lasting confidence and self-esteem. The greatest secret of all is that healthy self-esteem doesn’t come from reading, but from doing. That’s why Almira Ross and Susie Heath have structured this book as a series of exercises which enable you to develop a strong, valued and exquisitely feminine sense of yourself.Buy here
The Essence of Womanhood
Women – have you forgotten who you are? Ever wish you had an instruction manual for yourself? Feel there is part of you missing? Spent years battling your way up the ladder in the corporate market or being chauffeur, decorator and general skivvy bringing up your children? Reveal the gorgeous, beautiful, powerful, feminine being you were born to be, and let her out to play! Clear your unconscious limiting beliefs that have prevented you living the life of your dreams. Become an attraction magnet for men in your life. Use your mind and your body in new and exciting ways. Fall in love with both the real inner and outer you. Enjoy every moment of being a real woman however many times you have been round the sun. With many more essential answers about love, life, your body and feeling like a natural woman.
a refreshing look at who fundamentally we are as females. Regardless of your religious beliefs this is a book worth a read. Its overtly Christian as bible verses are used to back-up the points made BUT it also uses real life examples, so take from it what you wish but expect to learn things that should really be common-knowledge.
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