An invitation to balance, wholeness, and peace. An invitation to lose the guilt, the perfectionism, the restlessness. An invitation to come and see.
This is a book for women whose pursuit of “balance” in life has been disappointing, at best. Maybe you’ve tried self-help books, podcasts, prayer, meditation—maybe drugs, overwork, or unhealthy relationships too. Yet nothing seems to help the sense that something is missing in your life. Keeping your feelings of weariness, guilt, and anxiety at bay is exhausting.
Come and See offers you a surprising antidote to your emotional vertigo. Through real-life stories and brief reflections, Come and See explores:
Come and See invites you to consider a solution that requires no striving and has nothing to do with performance. All you have to lose is the pain you carry. Are you ready? Come and see.
When you embrace your misgivings, you validate them as legitimate. That frees you to explore other options without feeling as if you’re dismissing your hesitations. Knowing that doubt is a normal, safe experience allows you to consider that it might simply be a hurdle you clear before coming to a conviction that something is true. English philosopher Francis Bacon said as much: “If a man will begin with certainty, he shall end in doubt; but if he will be content to begin with doubts, he shall end in certainties.”
Come and See Page 95. Embrace Your Doubt