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Princess Bitch: The Sassy Guide to Relationships, Power, and Success Paperback – April 20, 2012
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Top Customer Reviews
**One point here was that I also really admired about the way the author presented the section on achieving your goals...it certainly isn't one of those books that tells you 'you can do absolutely anything, if you just put your mind to it, so what's stopping you, loser?' etc etc which has always struck me as unrealistic and ultimately quite unhelpful. Instead, she asks the reader to sit and really reflect on their goals, but also realistically think about their abilities, and how they will reach their target. I found this very positive, as it means you are discarding all those imposed 'you can't do that' behaviour patterns that we all grow up with, but also gives you a realistic pathway to your dreams. Which makes them feel as though they are in arm's reach! It was wonderful.Read more ›
So, this book was charmingly good and it earned every one of its four stars. Props to the author for her recommendations about how to be a better version of yourself. The title is deceiving and perhaps she may lose some fan base because of its misleading implications. But I would recommend that you take the time and the money and give this book a go. Its really about personal responsibility, ownership and self respect. Its a good book to have around when you start to forget that 'yes, you are in fact worth it.'
I look forward to her second book. I wish the author much success.
Leigh offers advice from her career in the field of health and wellness. Having spent the majority of her career working with women of all walks of life, Leigh is able to bring a vibrant and real voice to the concerns of women who want something, or rather, everything! Princess Bitch touches on some principles of wellness found in many psychological and wellness approaches, but does so in a way that eliminates the need for a dictionary or psychiatrist, speaking honestly to women.
Something that is so interesting about this book is the way it takes terms that often seem derogatory toward women (hello, the title is Princess Bitch!) and uses these words as forms of empowerment for women. Although written in a familiar tone, the use of normally pejorative terminology invites women to consider these words, and others, in the context of feminism and society as they relate to the acquisition and use of power. Princess Bitch does not ask women to give up their generous nature in favor of an axe-wielding one, but instead reminds women that they are an important part of their own lives. Yes, very often, women forget that they are important in their own lives! Princess Bitch simply reminds women that, to be who we want to be, we must first be good to ourselves. Not a bad lesson, and other important lessons for women follow this one in the book.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
So far, the best book written about how women can take back their lives and stop feeling like the 'lesser sex'. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Cheryl Henninger
This is the best book ever! I've only gotten a little bit through it and I already feel empowered and less of a push over. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Melissa
I always reread this over and over when i feel like i need inspiration or just to get the focus back on me again. I share quotes from the book with my best friends. AMAZING. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
This is a excellent read for woman all ages.. Do not be discouraged by the title... Very powerful & empowering.Published 21 months ago by Miss Rhy F.
Great book to give you a boost if your stuck in a rut. The author is hilarious!Published on June 30, 2014 by Carter
This gives you the right to be proud to be a woman! It helps you deal with bitches and be a bitch, or just be able to state what you want.Published on February 19, 2014 by Phillip W.
I bought this book after reading the sample. It looked promising but the rest of the book is too light-headed to be taken seriously, it ends up being read like any women magazine... Read morePublished on January 15, 2014 by NCh