Description : Inspiration Led By Poetry Stop cutting yourself short: You must wear your crown at all times. If you were waiting on someone to give it to you, Dear Woman is here to inform you that you can give it to yourself. Every woman is a queen, especially you. Put your crown on and get ready to rule. Take a journey: No one has just one page in their life story. That's why Dear Woman has everything--quotes, letters, short stories, and poems to educate, motivate, encourage, and provide a little tough love. This open letter is just as multi-faceted and inspirational as you are. Want the best for yourself: Michael E. Read wrote this book because he wants nothing more than for you to be the best woman possible, regardless of circumstance. In Dear Woman, he encourages you to feel the same way. This is more than a self-help book, more than just relationship advice for women--though it does include both of those things. No, this inspirational open letter, full of poetry and wisdom, is life advice just for you. Do it for you: You are an amazing woman. Deep down, you know that. Dear Woman isn't here to tell you that you need to improve. Rather, it's here to tell you that you can be your true self--for yourself. This is the life advice you need, because you deserve to thrive for no other reason than the fact that you are a woman. Dear Woman was written in hopes of shedding a little light and love. Let it add some brightness to your life. After reading this book, you will: • Love yourself whole-heartedly • Know that you deserve the best • Be confident regardless of what life throws at you
Description : Dear Woman of My Dreams is Kathryns 1923 diary, covering her nineteenth year. This coming-of-age story is told in her own words as she goes about her daily life at college with her friends and with her mother and grandmother at home. She writes to the woman that she sees as herself in later years, and the book closes with a brief chapter based on letters and the diary Kathryn wrote when she was one hundred years old. All this has been creatively edited by her daughter to include enough material for the reader to follow both the cross-country train trip that Kathryn and her grandmother took in the summer of 1923 and the various details of time and place that one would not necessarily find in a diary. Illustrations and references link four generations of strong women, and the work is based on an extensive family archive. This is the first in a series of stories based on the women of this family.
Description : "As women, we learn how to master the masquerade. We are taught to conceal our scars and hide our pain. We are encouraged to keep secrets and keep others far away and not to let anyone too close for fear that they might detect the damage buried beneath. Dear Young Woman was written by women who are determined to change this narrative. The authors of this book are from different parts of the globe, but together they stand to collectively remove their masks and speak their truth. The testimonies in this book range from molestation, to failed marriages, suicide attempts, life as a side chick, and near-death experiences, just to name a few. The stories between these pages are proof that God gives beauty for ashes and that He has a purpose for your pain. Prayerfully the power of these testimonies will shatter barriers and bridge gaps among women around the world, and create a culture of transparency that encourages meaningful dialogue so that we as women can discover the beauty in our similarities instead of highlighting our differences."--Back cover.
Description : Onna knew that her family was unable to send her to college, but actually she wanted to be a secretary, so she didn’t mind. She was thrilled when her Aunt Ivy called her. “Onna, you should come to Kadova and try to enroll in this city’s clerical program. I was told that it was free for high school graduates, and the next semester starts in two weeks.” “Oh that’s great, Aunt Ivy. I have enough money to travel by bus, not much more. I hope I can get a part-time job to support myself.” “You don’t need to worry about that now, just come. One day when Jeff and I are old, we might need some help. Right now, we can help you.”
Description : So simple, even men get it. Dear Men is an entertaining and humorous take on the sexes. Women don't understand men and men don't have a clue what women want. Now, the unspoken secrets that rest in every woman's heart are translated into sound advice for the common man; from the little things women long for, to what wins their lasting love.
Description : Explored in this book are women's contributions to letter writing in western Europe from the sixth to the sixteenth centuries. The essays represent the first attempt to chart medieval women's achievements in epistolarity, and the contributions to this volume situate the women writers in a historical context and employ a variety of feminist approaches.