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Question by Charlotte R.
How would you rate it from a Christian perspective?
San Antonio, TX - il y a 3 ans
Well to be honest I feel like the book didn’t have too much when it comes to speaking from the Christian perspective. It was more of a self-help book that happened to be written by someone who is Christian. Now it’s not a bad thing, but I would say if you’re looking for a book that is definitely written from a Christian perspective this might not necessarily be the one for you. Hopefully that helps!
il y a 3 ans
Worth the read? I have very little time and have seen this book pop up every now and then and am curious. Hmmmmm
I have heard that this book was good but after reading some the reviews I am a little testy in trying to read it. Is this more of a faith (religion) based book?
I heard that it’s really not that great and kind of demeaning- did anyone feel this way?
Is this a good book Girl, Wash Your Face: Stop Believing the Lies About Who You Are So You Can Become Who You Were Meant to Be ?
Hey guys, One of my goals this year is to read one self-improvement book a month. I am currently reading, " Girl, Wash Your Face: Stop Believing the Lies About Who You Are So You Can Become Who You Were Meant to Be" by Rachel Hollis. I am almost done with it and looking for more to read. Do any of you have any recommendations? Please let me know, I'd love to know 😊 thanks!