Green Day wrote a hit song about the prospect of having to live with broken dreams,
but that wasn't enough for me. Some resources fell from the heavens, and I want to share them because it's not enough for me to keep these things to myself.
Lisa Leonard's book "Brave Love" gave me the courage to stand up for my heart and to speak into my life, to remind me that I am the lead writer of my own story.
There are a lot of horror stories that come with entering into the unknown of birthing, and Ina May is here to the rescue. There's something in this book for every woman, because we all deserve to know how intrinsically amazing our bodies are. Grab it here.
Brené Brown touched places in my heart I didn't know anyone else knew were there. "Owning our story and loving ourselves through that process is the bravest thing that we will ever do."
If the world seems big and you need a mother's hug, you need to have Ruthie Lindsey speaking her kindness into your ear and your heart. Listen to her book.
I've got an ever-growing collection, from Anne of Green Gables to James Herriot to Melody Beattie, here.