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I read a lot of personal development.
I rarely take action on the ideas I consume, but I have a theory that by keeping my thoughts busy with a buffet of positivity, I am less able or likely to dwell on the negative. I have no evidence that this works, but it sounds plausible and it feels good.
However once in a while, a book will make me stop and listen. A Tribe Called Bliss is one of them.
The author, Lori Harder speaks directly to an empty place whereI believe many women suffer. It’s a sense of loneliness and disconnect. Perhaps even a lack of trust or an inability to show vulnerability. I believe most women know what I’m referring to, although rarely do we share how alone we truly feel.
Building A Tribe Called Bliss, Step by Step
Lori’s book takes the reader on a journey of self-discovery that always starts with a personal story. She leads with honesty and vulnerability and ends with suggestions on how to create solid connections by connecting to yourself, first. Her message of authenticity and coming into your own in order to show up for others is refreshing. We are constantly being bombarded with ideas of perfection but Lori challenges her readers to opt for self-acceptance and a knowing that we all have something of value to offer just as we are.
If you’re craving deeper connections in your life and possibly a posse of women who want to rise together with you, this book will help you get there.
Get the book on Amazon here.