Same problems, different settings. This book addresses classic women’s issues but takes into consideration this era.
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (PRWEB) October 21, 2014
“Women’s issues very rarely change,” says Bowe. “Same problems, different settings. This book addresses classic women’s issues but takes into consideration this era.”
According to Bowe, women are inundated with misconceptions and mixed messages about what it takes to be a “real woman.” Designed to speak to women of all ages from all walks of life, this book focuses on helping readers achieve and maintain a balanced, fulfilled life.
Today more than ever, it is crucial for women to take control and accept responsibility for their own lives, Bowe asserts. She encourages readers to make an honest evaluation of their choices, which she says will maximize their ability to change for the better.
“Join me,” Bowe says, “as we, with God's help, turn the tables and take charge of ourselves, our lives and ultimately our destiny!”
About the Author
Chrishna Bowe has been self-employed for the past 11 years, working as a certified wedding planner at a small business she co-owns with Clifford, her husband of 19 years. She spends the rest of her time as a stay-at-home mother raising her three children, Clifford III, Chazztin and Channing. She has been an active member of Life Community Church for the past 10 years. She and her husband have served as the couples’ ministry leaders for their church for five years and have also served in the decorating and audio-visual ministry. Bowe currently leads a small group at church with her husband, is a mentor for girls empowerment group Generations Of Purity and writes a weekly column in her local newspaper, “Woman to Woman,” to further encourage those in her community. She enjoys living the simple life on the island of Grand Bahamas, Bahamas.
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