Review: Becoming Myself
Author: Staci Eldredge
Genre: Religion, Christian Life, Women’s Issues
In Stasi Eldredge’s most vulnerable book yet, she writes frankly about her own struggles with self-worth, weight, and her past as she shows readers that change in their lives is possible.
Becoming Myself is for anyone who wonders if her life will ever change-if she will ever change. Eldredge teaches readers that God wants them to participate in their transformation as he completes his good work in them. She invites women to look at their pasts, especially their mothers, with honesty and mercy and to look toward their future with hope.
An exploration of a woman’s true self, Becoming Myself will help women understand their identity and learn more about the God who beckons them to come closer.
In this book Staci leads us through her journey of how God restored her to what she really was deep, down inside, herself.
To be honest I didn’t read the whole book as I didn’t have the time right now. But what I did read was insightful and inspirational to me. Many of the struggles that she went through in her journey are things that I, myself, am struggling with. To actually read other peoples stories of what they went through, although it may be painful for them to tell others, shows me that I can also strive and succeed in my life.
I can’t wait to finish this book and possibly read Staci’s other books.
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