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“Aren’t you sick of being told what a ‘good’ woman and a ‘bad’ woman is and does? Of judging yourself for not measuring up?“

In Goddesses Cry and Say Motherf*cker (part of The Goddess Guides to Being A Woman self-help series), International Bestselling Author Ava Miles encourages women of all ages to take back their right to self-expression, goddess style. 

Women are shamed for everything from showing anger to crying, sometimes even for laughing too loud or dressing too colorfully. We are surrounded with stories and taboos that keep us in check. We start to believe our “darker” expressions and emotions make us unlovable or are “too much.” That if we express how we really think or feel all the way, people will punish, shame, or abandon us.

But no more. Expressing ourselves like a goddess woman involves freeing ourselves from our masks and stepping into our goddess shoes. If we need to cry, we cry. If we need to swear, then we do it—in a conscious way. But we express… Ava guides us through the beliefs holding us back so we can kick them to the curb and reclaim our wholeness.

This guide is for:

• Women who are sick and tired of being told what to say and how to act.

• Women who feel wrong or bad for expressing their true feelings.

• Women who are fed up with muttering under their breath.

• Women who swallow their thoughts and opinions over and over again.

• Women who get angry and feel bad about it.

• Women who are depressed.

• Women who won’t allow themselves to cry or feel guilty if they do.

• Women who don’t laugh like they want to because it’s not ladylike.

• Women who don’t want their children to be shamed for expressing themselves like they were growing up.

Forget all you’ve learned about getting angry or sad and everything in between… Express yourself like a goddess.

Embark on the inspiring journey awaiting you in The Goddess Guides and become the goddess woman you were born to be. Start living life on your own terms. Today!

Hang on… The following are some “important” questions readers have had about this series.

What’s the full scoop on this series?

Ava: It’s everything I wish someone would have told me about being a happy, empowered woman on my own terms. I spent years struggling, trying to figure all this stuff out. I tackle the issues that trip women up: sex, relationships and family, money and personal success, body image, eating, self-expression, personal power, happiness, and fear. The Goddess Guides to Being a Woman encourage women of all ages to unleash their true goddess nature.

“Unleash my goddess nature?” Isn’t that a little scary?

Ava: Aren’t you tired of being told what a woman should act like, think like, look like? Aren’t you tired of feeling like you’re always falling short and chasing your tail? To quote myself: "It's time to live a happy and abundant life on our own terms, not anyone else's.” These guides help each woman decide for herself what that goddess-woman life looks like and tap into her happy, power-packed goddess nature.

Am I really going to transform into a goddess if I read these guides?

Ava: That’s up to you, Young Skywalker. But I sense the force is strong with you. 

Is this one of those self-important, serious motivational books?

Ava: What do you think? I just made a Star Wars reference. Wonder Woman probably would have been more appropriate, right?

How long are the books? I mean, I don’t have all day.

Ava: These are a short, life-changing books designed for busy women.

Is there an order to the series?

Ava: Nope. You decide which topics appeal to you and what order to read in.

Can men read these guides too?

Ava: Sure. Some of the information is geared towards women, but there’s a lot in the guides for everyone walking around on two legs, men included. I mean, don’t they want to be happy and empowered too? 

What about some of the (ahem) words you use in the titles? Cock? Motherf*cker?

Ava: What can I say? The titles kinda wrote themselves, but they make the point about goddess women being free from shame when it comes to self-expression. Use them, don’t use them—it’s your choice.

Are these like Ava’s other bestselling series?

Ava: No, these are non-fiction, but some of the guides contain short fictional stories to make key points.

Wait…Ava writes fiction too?

Ava: Yes, and those stories are chock full of empowering messages for women (and men) too along with a lot of laughs. 

Who would you say you’re most like? I’ve never heard of you.

Ava: Being a goddess woman, I’d like to say I’m just me, but how about a cross between Erma Bombeck and Deepak Chopra? Just kidding. You’ll have to decide.

Where do I find out more about all this goddess stuff?

Ava: You can check out Goddess Central at www.avamiles.com

August 21
Ava Miles Inc.
Ava Miles Inc.

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