I have mixed feelings about this book. Disappointed that I didn’t realize it’s directed toward Christians (and if you aren’t one a lot of the advice is meaningless). I also find it odd that the point of the book is that YOU are in control and then there are chapters where we are told to find peace with the fact that “God is in control”. Wish I had done my HW before buying.
This is another rich white lady spewing prosperity gospel. You can get it if you really want, and if not it’s your own fault be you didn’t keep the promise to yourself. Sure, cause that’s how it goes if you’re poor, disabled or facing systemic oppression. Her interpretation of the Bible is adventurous at best, and the way she talks about her children’s biological parents is despicable. How Christian of her judging them for their diseases. Girl, you don’t get to tell me what to do.
I listened to part of the audiobook and couldn’t bring myself to waste my time finishing it. This book seems to be written for people who are completely insecure and looking for approval from others. The “advice” seems like a no-brainer. I truly don’t get how this book is so popular.
Rachel spoke to me on so many topics such a great book I can’t wait for the next!
This book was such a fun and easy ready. There is something that everyone can take from this book. There is a reason it is a NY TImes bestseller. Can’t wait for the second book!
This book is absolutely amazing! It made me laugh, cry and everything in between! Remarkable how true to life and down to earth this book is! Just hope I have the strength that it inspires
I am a male and was told this is a good book so I read it. Definitely suggest reading. The language is easy to understand and the stories are relatable.