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Brazen: The Courage to Find the You That's Been Hiding Paperback – April 5, 2016
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"Leeana's words have taught me how to be at home with myself."--Myquillyn Smith, The Nester; author of The Nesting Place
There are so many moments in life when we choose to silence our intuition, abandon our own voice, and play small, because of that accusing voice inside that whispers, "Who do you think you are, anyway?"
Who you are is a human--loved, worthy, and becoming. Who you are is a woman created by God to be and to do something unique. Who you are, deep down, is brazen.
Brazen means "without shame." Leeana Tankersley wants you to own that--to unapologetically claim who and whose you are and to know that you are enough. With moving personal stories and spot-on observations of the longings we all experience--to know we are loved, to feel comfortable in our own skin, to be heard--Tankersley invites you to receive your identity, to reclaim your voice, and to recover your soul.
Gritty and overflowing with grace, Brazen can set you free to be truly yourself in a world bent on molding you into its own image.
"We all want to find our voice, feel comfortable in our own skin, and come out of hiding. Leeana is a trustworthy companion on this journey of becoming broken and beautiful."--Rebekah Lyons, author of Freefall to Fly
"Leeana Tankersley has the gift of breathing life into the weary souls of women; souls exhausted from anxiety, from negative self-talk and unfulfilled dreams. She draws the wounded daughter back into the lap of her heavenly Father and invites her home."--Emily T. Wierenga, founder of The Lulu Tree; author of Atlas Girl and Making It Home
"If you ever feel inclined to apologize for your own existence in this world, then please, please read this insightful, soulful book."--Kristen Strong, author of Girl Meets Change: Truths to Carry You through Life's Transitions
Leeana Tankersley is the author of Breathing Room and holds degrees from Liberty University and West Virginia University. She and her husband, Steve, are currently stationed in San Diego, California, with their three children, Luke, Lane, and Elle. Leeana writes about living from the spacious place on her blog, www.leeanatankersley.com.
About the Author
Leeana Tankersley is the author of Breathing Room and holds English degrees from Liberty University and West Virginia University. She and her husband, Steve, are currently stationed in San Diego, California, with their three children: Luke, Lane, and Elle. Leeana writes about living from the spacious place on her blog, www.leeanatankersley.com.
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For any of you who saw the movie "Pretty Woman" - remember when Richard Gere's character is talking to Julia Roberts' character and she says, and I paraphrase, "it is easier to believe the bad stuff"? In this book, Leeana addresses the "soul bullies" which are those voices that tell you that you are not good enough, who knock you down, who question everything that you do. You can be brazen (and not be a hussy); you can be anyone you want to be; you can stand up for yourself; and, you can, as Leeana states, "be that girl". Leeana also states "the hard lesson of learning to walk with myself like a companion instead of a critic has been a season of grace". If you are looking for a read to encourage you then please consider reading this book! It will have you in tears, in a highly good way.