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You Are Enough ✺ [BOOKS] ✮ You Are Enough By Mandy Hale ❄ – Mandy Hale the creator of The Single Woman the social media movement that rewrote the rulebook about singleness challenges every woman to see that she is sufficient acceptable and completeAfter years Mandy Hale the creator of The Single Woman the social media movement that rewrote the rulebook about singleness challenges every woman to see that she is sufficient acceptable and completeAfter years of trying You Are PDF/EPUB ² to prove she was enough in the world's eyes even working alongside Oprah and hitting the New York Times bestseller list Mandy hit rock bottom But as it turned out that very rock bottom became the most firm foundation she had ever planted her feet on A foundation so solid it finally provided the springboard she needed to outrun the taunting shadow of unworthiness that she'd tried to escape her whole life Now she wants readers to see that though life may not always be lighthearted and happy and shiny each woman is deserving of the life she dreams of and hopes for Nothing readers do can ever take away from their worthiness or enough ness in God's eyes This book is for any woman who wants to overcome heartbreak claim her healing and step into wholeness.

10 thoughts on “You Are Enough

  1. Monica Monica says:

    I think many of us have wondered at one time or another if we really matter matter to people around us matter in our jobs or matter in the scheme of the life we live Mandy Hale spent some time wondering if she mattered as well and the result of her wondering and going through life's challenges and depression is the book You Are EnoughYou Are Enough is mostly a memoir of a time in Hale's life when everything fell apart for her in a short time and she became depressed She shares how things went wrong how she dealt with her life and how she came through it in the end to feel that she truly was enough At the end of each chapter along with sharing her story she has a side bar of encouragement for the reader Not to be overlooked Hale has an appendix in You Are Enough that offers several resources for suicide prevention For someone who needs this book this list alone may be the biggest thing they need if they don't know where to start looking for helpYou Are Enough was an interesting read for me as I always enjoy hearing about other people's lives and challenges through memoirs At one time I also went through some difficult challenges in life and could well relate to some of her struggles I think this book could be helpful to someone else struggling with depression andor anxiety You Are Enough be a reminder to someone facing those challenges that they are not the only ones and Hale's encouraging side bars may be the only uplifting words they hear At the same time Hale does write from the point of view as one who has struggled and came through the other side which is helpful but she is not a professional I appreciate that she encourages readers to get professional help if they need it and she shares how she did just that I would also mention that Hale is spiritually seeking in this book She looks to God for answers but this isn't a book with a lot of Bible verses and concrete Christian thoughts I could see that this was all part of the process for her but someone else may be in a different place spiritually and looking for a different sort of book that has Christian answers so I want to point that out#sponsoredbyfaithwordsI received this book from the publisher I was not reuired to write a positive review

  2. Joan Joan says:

    Hale has struggled with feeling she is not enough She writes of a “life crash” in her midtwenties when she was held together by therapy antidepressants and anti anxiety medication Loc 6261480 She suffered from clinical depression in the winter of 2016 Her parents intervened and she ultimately spent time in intense therapy at a mental institution It was a dark night of the soul for her God seemed to be hiding and she didn't feel Him Therapists and a new antidepressant helped her out of that situation She came through that dark time with the understanding that she was enough she writes She knew she was imperfect and messy but enough she saysI am not so sure she did understand A couple of months after the new understanding resulting from her therapy she felt the need to reconnect with the boyfriend who had previously devastated her with their breakup Reconnect they did “As usual” she writes “I let my heart get ahead of my head” Loc 9601480 There was talk of marriage And then she got hurt all over again finally realizing he would have been wrong for her She did come to understand that actions reveal truth often hidden by wordsHale shares her journey and how tragedy brings life into focus and gives a new understanding of who you are She is honest about her feeling God was absent and not helpful during her dark time She shares her raw feelings of just needing to survive She has not arrived at the point of being convinced she is enough despite her earlier claims in the book She still struggles with it she writes She wrote this book so she can come back to it and remind herself of the truth Loc 14291480Hale pretty much documents two years of her life Millennials might like it Readers who like reading about a young woman's experiences may like this book Don't expect any conclusive teaching as the author is still struggling with this issueI received a complimentary egalley of this book from the publisher My comments are an independent and honest review

  3. Tiffany Reads Tiffany Reads says:

    This book started off very strong and it lost a little of my interest The first half is amazing and uite helpful

  4. Seashelli Seashelli says:

    I read it in one setting I loved Mandy’s honesty and that she did not sugarcoat life issues especially for single women I could relate on many levels being single anxiety and dealing with rejection from relationships The book helped me see truths about being enough and letting go Losing yourself to find yourself hit home with me

  5. Celeste Marie Celeste Marie says:

    I am enoughDelightful and inspiring I like that she bares her soul and tells you that getting to enough is a journey not the destination Every event in life will reuire a transformation into a higher level of enoughness and self acceptance

  6. Aliyah R. ✿ Aliyah R. ✿ says:

    Soft and light book for a person currently in healing situations She chose the words carefully and it makes you as a reader to know that you are than enough of your life Realizing the depress situation will help you to be aware of yourself She is the approval of strong and holds herself to not fall in the dark spot She was there but she hardly trying to crawl and she made it A good reminder for those who struggle with life that go and seek help Do not keeps all burden on yourself reminder for me also Always tell that you do good enough to yourself Speak positively with yourself and be love to yourselfOn the other side for me this book is about someone that is broken from rejection She always finding and needing of love from another gender I feel like kinda boring for the part that she always talking about her crushex boyfriend and whatsoever In my opinion she will grow and be better if she just leave all the not so thankful guys behind and be her She is a great person a great writer has a supportive family and surrounds by great friends She can be than enough A guy does not mean any win to live unless just as a bonus no offence A time teach her and I hope she can be better I’m interested to read her writing and thanks to my reader mate that she this book with me😊

  7. Dottie Dottie says:

    On TargetThis is a book that gives you are emotional feelings that many can identify with and might not be able to put into words If your struggling give it a read

  8. Dave Weiss Dave Weiss says:

    This is another of those paid review books they give me the book that I get from time to time and they reuire me to say that at the beginning of my review That being said I only agree to review books that I think might be helpful to my readers and this books is no exception I will admit I had an ulterior motive for selecting this one I am definitely not the target market for this book Mandy Hale is known as The Single Woman on her social media and blogs I am kind of the opposite of that The Married Man if you will I selected the book because it has a similar title to mine I'd love to have you read that one too I wanted to see how Ms Hale arrived at being enough and I was not disappointed This book is vulnerable at times rawly so and yet it manages to be helpful and inspirational She is so honest with her struggles and her journey in the battle to realize she is enough but it's than that she helps her reader to understand what it means to be enough While I was clearly not the target of this book I thoroughly enjoyed it She shares her story poignantly and yet helpfully This book is than just a memoir She deals honestly with her struggles with depression stories of being lost and found and through it all finding enoughness If you have ever struggled with anxiety depression or just wondering whether or not you are enough this book is for you

  9. Katie Katie says:

    I can't describe the joy and love I have for this book In a nutshell I experienced major life changes recently and found myself feeling guilty for finding what I was thought was happiness and also lost over the major changes I had went through Just like Mandy I felt bad for wanting to find the kind of happiness and joy that makes life shine brighter From a woman's perspective it always helps to find someone like Mandy who experienced the same type of things you did and know that she came out on the other side after hitting the very lowest point possible This was an uplifting life changing read in my opinion I had been searching for a book an article or anything to help me gain perspective on all the mixed emotions I had after closing the door on a rough period of my life This book was perfect Plain and simple I'll never be able to say enough about Mandy her experiences and the bravery in telling her story

  10. Katherine Williams Katherine Williams says:

    I have always loved Mandy Hale and i have to say this is her best work yet If there is one thing Mandy is known for it is her honesty and transparency about what she has experienced and what she grapples with and this book is all about her grappling with not feeling enough it is so well written and so raw and I can't say enough good things

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