There's no doubt that we live in a male dominated world. As women, we have learned that if we want to succeed that we need to dress and act more like men. Even completely natural things like emotions are something to hide for fear of being thought weak. Unfortunately, as we try to become more like men we seem to forget the joys of being a woman.
W.O.M.A.N essentially reminds women of their uniqueness and asks us to celebrate our true selves. There is nothing inherently wrong with being a woman and allowing ourselves to believe that somehow we aren't enough is ridiculous. We need to find our own voice and be proud of ourselves.
As I read W.O.M.A.N, I felt inspired. Though the book is meant for women, the overall message pertains to men as well. Enjoy who you are and celebrate the gifts that life brings.
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A Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome diagnosis in 1996 introduced me to alternative health therapies. Inmy quest to ease my suffering,I became interested in the Whole Health approaches used in … more
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In this revolutionary book, women (and men!) will learn a new perspective that empowers them biologically, sociologically and personally -- all from the inside out, through their own eyes, and free of media stereotypes and myths. With insight and humor, Gina Cloud guides the reader through a rich, soulful and thought provoking journey into each letter of her powerful acronym, W.O.M.A.N., introducing a new way to live a unique, true-to-yourself life. She reveals the wisdom of women’s bodies, long ago lost in places like the menstrual cycle, and shows how beauty is not skin deep, but soul deep and spirit fed. You’ll feel inspired and ready to celebrate your hormones and your unique biology as a woman. You’ll find new definitions for PMS and explore other revolutionary concepts that will excite and empower you. This book is for women everywhere who are tired of feeling like they’re not enough and want to feel good in their own skin.