Imagine receiving a makeover that not only promised to make you more beautiful, but softened the rough edges of your personality, helped you gain control of your emotions, better manage your relationships, and grow in wisdom. And what if it could actually make you happy?
Sounds too good to be true, right? Yet every woman can experience this makeover with the gift of motherhood. Along with your new bundle of joy, there are real rewards just waiting to be claimed.
Motherhood is difficult—there’s no getting around it. And yet, the challenges a woman faces when she becomes a mother don’t have to be in vain. Instead of a series of frustrating, exhausting, or exasperating experiences, author Carrie Gress (a mother of four young children) sees daily life as an opportunity to grow gracefully as a woman, mother, wife, and friend.
Carrie Gress has a doctorate in philosophy from the Catholic University of America and was the Rome bureau chief of Zenit’s English edition. She is the co-author with George Weigel of City of Saints: A Pilgrimage to John Paul II’s Krakow and the author of Nudging Conversions, published by Beacon Publishing in 2015. A mother of four, she and her family live in Virginia.
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