It Had To Be A Woman
Original title: Mujer tenía que ser
Category: Non-Fiction

It Had To Be A Woman

Original title: Mujer tenía que ser
Category: Non-Fiction
Synopsis:

To all the women who have had it

With a big dose of humor and freshness and a perspective devoid of shame, Tania asserts the freedom of women to live in their skin without need of external validation, not letting anyone else judge or question them and without asking permission of men, society, the media, or social networks.

This book screams “I need to love and value myself, and to hell with the rest,” and at the same time it helps you achieve itthis because the goal is as simple and as complicated as understanding that you alone have the key to self-validation.

In a personal tone, the incombustible and brilliant Tania Llasera puts her experience in the hands of all women of any age who want to brighten their lives and find tools and tips to be themselves and to help every woman, every timeless girl, feel proud of what she is: a free woman. In this book, every woman will find the way to turn the tables, change negative to positive, know which bridges to cross and which to burn. Because the important thing is not to survive, it’s to LIVE YOUR LIFE YOUR WAY, to take the reins. It’s learning to see yourself, to admire yourself, not just to look at yourself.

Tania is a key figure of “body neutrality,” a new trend which, like body positive, gives visibility to real and imperfect bodies, but with a difference: body neutrality doesn’t praise the body, but simply accepts it as something neutral, without forcing us to love it fully and all the time.

A novel approach, without complaints, without reproaches, without acrimony of any kind, in a direct and hilarious voice.

Technical data

Publishing date: | 336 pages | ISBN: 978-84-480-2970-8 | Imprint: Libros Cúpula