I’m too pretty to be broke book by Joan Thatiah
I’m Too Pretty To be broke explores some of the lies women tell themselves and each other which hold them back from their greatness.
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I’m too pretty to be broke book by Joan Thatiah
I’m Too Pretty To be broke explores some of the lies women tell themselves and each other which hold them back from their greatness. Joan Thatiah combines personal anecdotes as a mother, daughter, sister and wife in cutting through the layers of lies women tell themselves.
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This little book of mine talks of how sometimes, we as humans, find ourselves holding onto people or moments that truly anchor us down. Sometimes we search for the tiniest bits of beauty because we don’t want to see the bad. Sometimes our minds paint pictures of what they could be, of what could be, of what life could be if one little thing was different. One, little thing. The unhealthy relationship. The toxic soul tie. Only if they could change, then we would be the perfect couple. So we stick through it all. Through the harsh words, the jabs in the heart, the betrayal, the cheating, the mentally and emotionally abuses, we stick in the hopes of them changing. But they never do!! They never will!
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