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I'll Be There (But I'll Be Wearing Sweatpants)

I'll Be There (But I'll Be Wearing Sweatpants)

2022 . Family & Relationships, Friendship, Religion, Christian Living, Self-help . Amy Weatherly, Jess Johnston

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About the book


Is it just me? Am I the only one who’s lonely? Am I the only one without friends? If you’ve ever asked yourself these questions, Amy Weatherly and Jess Johnston, founders of the widely popular “Sister, I Am with You,” are raising their hands to say, “Yeah, us too.” And they want to encourage, equip, and reassure you that you have what it takes to build the kind of friendships you want. I’ll Be There (But I’ll Be Wearing Sweatpants) provides you with the how of cultivating deep relationships in this messy, chaotic, beautiful life. Through Amy and Jess’s wisdom, humor, and confessional stories about the ups and downs of sisterhood, you’ll learn how to - admit you need friends—then go out and find them, - dismantle the lies you’ve believed about friendship, - love yourself so you can find people who will love you for you, - be a good friend even though you can’t be a perfect one, and - heal from a friend breakup—and find the courage to try again. It’s time you felt completely accepted as you are—from the top of your messy bun to the tips of your unpedicured toes. Let’s start making friendships a priority—together.






Thomas Nelson




1400226791 (ISBN13: 9781400226795)

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7 months ago


Sister I Am with You bloggers Weatherly and Johnston encourage young women to build “lasting sisterhood” with other women based on trust and Christian faith in their heartfelt debut. The authors met in a blogging group and struck up a friendship that serves as the blueprint for this volume’s advice. “Friendship involves effort on both parts,” the authors contend, especially early on: “You have to show up for a sapling.” To do this, the authors suggest finding common ground with strangers to establish connections, and letting one’s love of God inspire one to love others. The authors also entreat readers to stop comparing themselves to others and believe in their own worth because “anything made by God—is flawless.” The upbeat attitude and bubbly musings (“Should I keep watching Bridgerton until two in the morning while snacking on cheese? My heart says yes”) make for an uplifting and endearing outing, particularly for young women. The sensible advice and shared sunny disposition make these authors a winning combo.


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Amy Weatherly is a Texas girl through and through, which is where she lives with her husband, three kids, and two rescue dogs--Lou and Brewster. She is passionate about helping women embrace courage, confidence, and purpose for their life, and she does it with a quick wit and down-to-earth sense of humor. She has written for the Today Show,, Good Morning America,, and Love What Matters.

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