Review: You Can Do This by Tricia Lott Williford

Tricia and her book baby

{necessary information} I received this book from the author as a part of the launch team for free. The opinions expressed in this blog are mine alone and not those of the author or publisher.

{review: You Can Do This} Tricia is a clear and concise writer detailing some hurtful and raw points in her life. Through every chapter there is a reflection assignment to help you work through the tough spots in your life and find the confidence in Him to work through them. She sprinkles quotes from strong famous people, as well as strong Biblical truths.
In chapter 5 she reminds you that the comment section does not have the right to get you down. On page 62, Tricias therapist reminds us that, " Everybody has a chapter of their life they don't read out loud." She introduced me to 6 word stories- which I am very excited to give a try. In chapter 9 she introduces us to her second love story. "No for now isn't no forever"!!!!
Every chapter title is relevant to who we are as women and what we face daily.

{recommendation and information} I think this book is best suited for those who are 18 and older, though there is nothing graphic or too adult in nature to be read by a teenager after an adult has read it and agrees. The book is geared towards women ( sorry men) but could still be found useful to a male helping see the issues women face.

{buy it} Amazon, Barnes and Nobles and Lifeway Christian Stores.  

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