The Brave Art of Motherhood: Fight Fear, Gain Confidence, and Find Yourself Again

The Brave Art of Motherhood: Fight Fear, Gain Confidence, and Find Yourself Again Review

Full-time FindingJoy.net blogger, speaker, marketer, podcaster, and single mom of seven, Rachel Marie Martin presents a rallying cry to anyone who believes the lie that she is "just a mom."

Over the years, you willingly pour everything you have into your family, but in the process, you lose the essence of who you are. In her characteristic raw and visceral style, Rachel teaches you how to rewrite the pages of your story, follow your passion, and discover the beauty of who you are. 

Drawing on lessons from her own incredible journey--together with insight from conversations with thousands of other women--Rachel encourages moms to break cycles, take off masks, and prevent fear from taking control. She balances her "no excuses" approach with breathing room and grace for those messy moments in life and mothering. 

Rachel reminds you there is always a reason to hope, to move forward, and to dare the impossible. You can make changes. You can pursue dreams, find yourself, and live a life of deep happiness and boundless joy. Stop waiting for "someday." Take hold of the moment, and say yes to your dreams.

Title:The Brave Art of Motherhood: Fight Fear, Gain Confidence, and Find Yourself Again

    Some Testimonial About This Book:

  • Kate

    This is such a fantastic and motivating book. First of all, Rachel is seriously such an amazing human being. She has gone through so much, yet has managed to come out on top. She shares her hopes, fea...

  • Rachel Martin

    Because I wrote it, love it and am proud of it. <3 ...

  • Kara

    I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed this book. I received an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review and I’ll admit, most popular blogger books aren’t well-written, but this on...

  • Stephanie Freybler

    I always love the idea of a self help book, and even when I love the ideas in the book, I sometimes have a hard time getting through the whole thing.But that's not the case with this book. She weaved ...

  • Janelle Witt-Berg

    Unlike most readers, I have known Rachel all of my life, most of hers; I am her cousin. One would think that indicating such a connection would indicate a very biased, if not untruthful, review. Such ...

  • Katie Gibson

    I was given a free advanced copy of this book in exchange for my honest review... and WOW- was I caught off guard! Based on the title I wasn't sure if I would connect with it, but from page 1 I was ho...

  • Gina Parris

    Even better than I expected...and I knew it would be good.Many years ago, I stumbled upon a talk show on TV, and a woman from the audience had a microphone in her face while she cried about the pain o...

  • Jane

    As soon as I started reading this book I knew it was going to alter my life. I also knew I was going to read it several times, and take notes, and highlight favorite parts and quotes. Its that type of...

  • Brianna Heida

    The title of this book really jumped out at me when I saw it, and I immediately wanted to read it. While it is clearly geared toward mothers, it really focuses on who we are as women first. It's truly...

  • Theresa

    Got the book in the mail!I started it yesterday. I'm trying to pace myself to absorb the content and think about it. I usually plow through a book in 8 hours and only intellectually understand the tea...