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Behind Those Eyes: What's Really Going on Inside the Souls of Women Paperback – May 13, 2008
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About the Author
Lisa Whittle is the visionary implementer of various women's events and co-founder of Real Influence. Through insightful Bible teaching, with a refreshingly authentic faith, Lisa journeys with women to seek God's truth. A graduate of Liberty University, Lisa has done master's work in Marriage and Family Counseling at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. The co-author of The Seven Hardest Things God Asks a Woman to Do, she has also had articles featured in other publications such as HomeLife magazine and Crosswalk.com. Lisa and her husband Scott live just outside Charlotte with their three children where they laugh a lot and try to live a very real life.
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The author does an incredible job of breaking through the facades we wrap ourselves in - Ms. Perfection, Ms. Confidence, Ms. Happiness, and Ms. Spirituality. I've played all these roles at different times and there have been times when I've played them all at the same time. I wish this book had been around then.
I love this book - Part one covers the ways we pretend. In part two the author discussed why we do it (which is very eye-opening and heart challenging) and in part three she discusses the truth of who we really are (which is such a blessing to read and more of a blessing to live!)
I hope to use this book for our next small group study (there is a wonderful Bible study guide in the back of the book). I know that women will benefit from this book -- just think about the impact if we all starting living without our masks!