Lately I’ve been searching for books that speak of space, quiet, and peace…permission to relax and just be. Having recently joined the Revell Reads Blog Tour Program, I was thrilled when they provided a copy of Leeana Tankersley’s new book, Breathing Room: Letting Go So You Can Fully Live for review. This delightful, insightful read stands out as one of the best in my recent reading repertoire.
In the midst of the challenges of motherhood, miscarriage, and moving her family to follow her Navy Seal husband to the country of Bahrain, Leeana found herself in a very dark place. Sharing her story in a transparent, relatable way she creates for the reader a sense of being understood and uplifted, as if sharing one’s struggles with a caring and very wise friend.
No matter the unique nature of your individual circumstance everyone can benefit from the wisdom Leeana offers as she exposes the insidious nature of the myriad things that bind us…toxic voices, a desire for control, self-bullying, fear, grief, lack of accomplishment and direction, or just the fact that life, at times, is undeniably hard. Coming through loud and clear is the message almost every woman needs to hear…show yourself compassion.
More than a message on how to seek peace without, Leeana stresses the truth that “If your insides aren’t peaceful it matters not what’s outside.” Not just preachy but practical, Leeana offers substantial, sound advice that provides welcome relief from the diverse challenges of simply being human…of being alive. Her relaxed, relatable writing sytle make this book breathing room in itself, creating a sense of calm and comfort simply in the reading. You will come away refreshed…and relieved.
To read an excerpt from Breathing Room…
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To learn more about Leeana visit www.leeanatankersley.com
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