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In "The 5 Feminine Power Virtues" Vanessa Halloum brings her readers on an exploratory journey of fulfilling their feminine needs amid this male-dominated world. Holloum completely redefines what being a woman is today, and how we should embrace our femininity instead of forcing ourselves to conform to what we think we should be. "The 5 Feminine Power Virtues" encourages us to explore areas of our lives that are often neglected: presence, authenticity, sensuality, spirituality and gratitude. These power virtues are broken down into individual and digestible chapters that allow readers to apply each of these practical points into our everyday lives. At the end of each chapter, review questions allow readers to honestly reflect upon how they have been seeing themselves, and how they can change to embrace their femininity. The message Holloum constantly drives home is that women already have everything in them to be powerful and happy, and a source of comfort and joy; we just have to tap into our womanly resources and simply be a woman.
There are many self-help books in this world, and for some reason, women seem to be drawn to these books. But if you have never read a book that made you want to change, this is definitely a book to pick up. The best thing about it is that Halloum doesn’t recommend things that are out of this world. You don’t need a month-long break in the outskirts of the country to find yourself; you can do it all in the comforts of your own home, in a mere 108 page book. A sensible book that touches on values close to heart, "The 5 Feminine Power Virtues" is simply inspirational.