What’s a woman to do if her
life is not taking shape the way that she thought that it would? What
happens when she looks at herself in the mirror, lingering just a little
longer than usual and realizes that she no longer recognizes the person
staring back at her? What does she do when she sees that, somehow, her
life has drifted away from all her original hopes, dreams, or plans?
blogger and writer Chrystal Evans Hurst wrote this book because she was
that woman. One day she realized that she had somehow wandered away
from the life that she had purposed to live a long time ago.
since discovered that this moment of awareness happens to lots of women
at different seasons of their lives. Poor decisions, a lack of
intentionality or planning, or a long-term denial of deep hopes and
dreams can leave a woman, old or young, reeling from the realization
that she is lost, disappointed, or simply numb.
Chrystal uses her poignant story of an early and
unexpected pregnancy, as well as other raw and vulnerable moments in her
life, to let readers know she understands what it’s like to try and
find your way after some missteps or decisions you didn’t plan on. In She’s Still There
Chrystal emphasizes the importance of the personal process and the
beauty of that path as it is shared authentically from one girlfriend to
another. It’s a book of "me toos", reminders of the hoped for, and
challenges for the path ahead—to find direction, purpose, and true