By her late thirties, Suzette Webb appears to be living the dream - a husband she loves, three great kids, a beautiful home, and a decent corporate job where she can retire comfortably, but instead of feeling satisfied, she feels trapped between portraying the appearance of success and actually being fulfilled by purpose. On a quest for life's deeper meaning, she risks traBy her late thirties, Suzette Webb appears to be living the dream - a husband she loves, three great kids, a beautiful home, and a decent corporate job where she can retire comfortably, but instead of feeling satisfied, she feels trapped between portraying the appearance of success and actually being fulfilled by purpose. On a quest for life's deeper meaning, she risks traveling a new path - overcoming personal, professional, and self-imposed obstacles to achieve transformation and success. This spiritual memoir is her step-by-step journey towards self discovery, but it doesn't come without her having to confront the painful complexities of her past. Humorously honest and shockingly transparent, Blues to Blessings is an interactive spiritual odyssey in which each chapter leaves you craving more....
|Title||:||Blues to Blessings: from Fearful to Faithful|
|Number of Pages||:||420 Pages|
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Blues to Blessings: from Fearful to Faithful Reviews
I feel that everyone should read this book just so they know what people go through. It sounds like it will be a very good book and I can't wait to read it.
I had mixed feelings about starting this book and I can't even say why BUT I am so glad that I did.This is Suzette Webb's story but I think there will be a point or points that everyone can relate too. Her struggles with her image, her job, her past and her path to God is an amazing story and truly inspirational.I recommend this book to everyone and I feel that readers will benefit from reading it.I received this book free through Goodreads from the author for review purposes.
After posting a motivational article on my blog, Suzette Webb asked if I would review the book behind the message.What I found was a raw, emotionally packed journey. Webb told her story with emotional candor, sparing no one and nothing, not even herself, as worked through self-discovery to learn what was causing her to sabotage her outwardly perfect life. Financially secure, upper class, married with children in a nice home in Chicago, Webb had achieved everything she thought was the epitome of success during her dysfunctional and abusive childhood in New Orleans. But more than being passed over for promotions during the economic downtown that was the early 2000s, more than increasing dissatisfaction with her career path, even more than reigniting her religious faith, she realized the only way she was going to effect a positive change in herself was to go deep and heal pain she wasn’t aware she’d harbored.Even though I wanted to tread lightly through her story, I found myself eager to pick it back up every time I had to put the book down. I was fascinated by the way Webb learned to evaluate her motives and shared her life lessons with her readers. Written in an engaging manner, readers are encouraged to participate in the transformation process, the same way a butterfly moves from egg to flight.Recommended for those who appreciate biographies with deep lessons, self-exploration and evaluation, and spiritual matters.