What She Didn’t Tell You┃Inspirational Book By Dr. Hardy Shepard
“What She Didn’t Tell You is an incredible compilation of authentic gut-wrenching voices, coupled with unbridled truth from the mouths of women who tell their stories about love, sex, happiness, pain, and life’s aha moments. Each interview reveals vulnerability and the power women possess through maturity and change. Once you pick this book up, you will not put it down until you finish.
This book looks at the past, and present lives of women who have elegantly leaned into their forty-fifth birthday and beyond. These women were selected because of their life’s experiences and insight, and the hope of wisdom. The women who were interviewed vary in their experience, education, and marital status. Each woman openly provided discernment coupled with brutal honesty. These women collectively share their experience of being a woman: growing into womanhood, what it is like to be married or single, keeping or losing friendships, and ideas on spiritual health and maturity. Their truthfulness is profound and rich in advice for women living and loving in the 21st century.”
I won this book in a giveaway organised by Dr Pamela Hardy-Shepard herself and I am so glad that I did.
I live in London and Dr Pamela resides in the USA, yet she enthusiastically shipped it to me in quick time and with no quibbles. The book arrived well packaged, presented and signed by the author.
As I read, the statements of other women filled me with glee as their words resonated with my soul and encouraged me and others to love ourselves – unapologetically.
I won’t give it all away. I encourage you to purchase your own copy. The read will be worth it.
What She Didn’t Tell You By Dr Pamela Hardy-Shepard
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What She Didn’t Tell You┃Inspirational Book By Dr Hardy Shepard
Rebel Jewel. About Me!
My name is Rochelle and welcome to my website and blog.
I want you to be able to express your sense of individuality through your fashion, style and swag- and apologetically so.
“I prefer to be true to myself, even at the hazard of incurring the ridicule of others, rather than to be false, and to incur my own abhorrence.” – Frederick Douglass
Who am I and what am I about?
- Proud Jamaican-British-African (It’s a thing). Born in Jamaican, raised in the UK and I am of African heritage.
- Afro hair warrior. Our natural hair is beautiful and I will promote it and all glory as much as I can, wherever I can.
- African empowerment. Do I need to explain this one? Study your history.
- Challenging the status quo. I don’t like being put into boxes unless I put myself in there. I mean we all have to “fit in” somewhere right?…and I certainly don’t like being told who I should or should not be and how I should or not be being. It makes sense to me.
- Expressing my individuality as much as any person can. It goes without saying. I am me. Not you!