13 October 2014

Breathing Room: Letting Go So You Can Fully Live by Leeana Tankersley

About the Book

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"Catastrophe or no catastrophe, if you are unhinged, disoriented, suffocating, or otherwise generally dragging, I'm inviting you to pull up a chair at this table…"

Breathing Room is a beautiful release of self-condemnation, a discovery of the rest that comes when we offer ourselves some space to breathe. Vulnerable and winsome, Leeana Tankersley shows you how to stop beating yourself up, how to be radically on your own team, and how to truly experience grace. If you've been putting on a strong front and yet are secretly coming apart, you'll find in these pages a trusted friend.

In Breathing Room, Leeana Tankersley writes about the hard times in life when it becomes metaphorically hard to breathe and the importance of making space to both inhale and exhale. Honestly and vulnerably, Tankersley addresses her personal struggles in the midst of her blessed life and how she worked to overcome and let go. Breathing Room is well-written, real and applicable, with added moments of lighthearted humor. Inspirational and encouraging, Breathing Room is definitely a beneficial read.

Thanks to Revell Reads, I received a copy of Breathing Room and the opportunity to provide an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review, and all the opinions I have expressed are my own.

About the Author
Leeana Tankersley holds English degrees from Liberty University and West Virginia University. She and her Navy SEAL husband, Steve, are currently stationed in San Diego, California, with their three children: Luke, Lane, and Elle. Leeana writes about living from the spacious place on her blog.

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