Today’s young women need our help. Self esteem for teens, self esteem for young women, basically self esteem for all women is at an all time low! Low self esteem leads to unhappiness, depression, isolation, higher suicide rates, and so many other life-altering effects.
Young women must learn to thrive, not just survive. How can we help them believe in themselves, embrace life, grow, learn, be happy, create and maintain healthy boundaries, and have a realistic perspective all while navigating life’s messiness and pain? By having those difficult conversations. Help them learn to embrace themselves just as they are.
Things I’d Tell My Daughter shares life-changing secrets that have power to transform lives; change relationships; inspire dreams, goals and growth. Straight talk (no sugarcoating) from someone who has been-there-done-that. On all the topics that can be difficult for mothers to share with daughters. Simple and straight to the point statements with prompts to inspire reflection.
Buy a copy of Things I’d Tell My Daughter for every young woman you know and love! And please do not be afraid to have those difficult conversations.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I had this book in me for about the 5 years before I actually started to write it. I wished I'd had a mom who could really talk to me, about all the things. I think it could've really put my life on a different trajectory, helping me feel better about myself, feel more 'normal'. Because I felt anything but that.
Writing this book was so cathartic, it became me writing it to me. I realized it was all the things I wish I could've had someone tell me. Really that everything would be ok. That I was ok. So being able to write and then publish this and know it just might help someone else just made me so passionate about getting it out there!
Thank you for taking the time to read this, and hopefully read my book!
PATRICE ROSSI — Author, speaker, creator, coach, daughter, sister, mother-of-boys, ex-wife, ex-girlfriend, all the things. Patrice is passionate about embracing life to the fullest, and helping women learn, grow, love, and thrive.
Things I’d Tell My Daughter is written from the heart with touches of irreverence, based on her experiences growing up and her attempts at adulting the best she can; a compilation of musings she wishes her own mother had been able to share with her.
Things I’d Tell My Daughter is written to the daughter she doesn’t have, to the daughter she is, and to all daughters everywhere.
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