The Little Girl Inside – Tonya Barbee
Description: Drug addict, cheater, emotionally unavailable, and bigamist. What’s the common denominator. It is “I.” “The Little Girl Inside” who is unable to distinguish between love, the need to be loved and to understand her role in her pain.
This book takes the reader through the many experiences of the author to include four marriages, and subsequently four divorces. More importantly, it takes the reader through the author’s decision to move beyond her own poor choices and to accept accountability for her failed relationships. This book details the author’s journey from a vicious cycle, consequently, realizing that she indeed had a role in her own pain. Can she own her role? Will she own her role? Turn the pages to unveil Tonya Barbee’s journey.
Review: This book…OMG!!!! The author’s story really ministered to me. It appears the author and I were in this together. This book is for people that are in dysfunctional relationships- men and women. This book made me mad, laugh, cry, and reflect on my own failed relationships and where do I go from here.
I enjoyed how the chapters had titles. The chapters were short, to the point, and on point. I got a message out of most of the chapters.
The writing style is simply and understandable. It appears the author was speaking to me in a one on one conversation.
The characters were well developed and relatable. All the characters were distinct, and I could tell their position in the author’s life.
You must have an open heart and mind when reading this book. I loved the author’s honesty and sincerity. I learned a lot of life lessons. Thanks Tonya. I love how the author was transparent and that let me be transparent as well.
I recommend this book to women and the men who are going through obstacles and trails in their lives that’s holding their inner self.
Rating: 5 stars
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