WHAT WOULD YOUR LIFE LOOK LIKE IF YOU HADN’T CAVED TO THE WRONG VERSION OF YOURSELF SO MANY YEARS AGO?
If you’re a good and loving person but have ended up hating people (including and especially yourself) or gotten suckered into some kind of “other” life than the one you envisioned and you’re pretty much just DONE, read on.
Remorseless is the journey of one woman’s constant questioning and confusion about how others-including and especially God-saw her. A transformational expose, each chapter leads readers down a path of self-acceptance, unapologetically and without regret. Through various stages and seasons of life, you will learn how to navigate triumphs, tragedies, and decisions, without losing sight of who you’ve been all along.
Impatient by nature, Beth Fisher spent over two decades and many wrong decisions frustrated, until she figured out how to embrace her true self. An empty-nester, divorcee, cancer-survivor and general over-comer of difficult life transitions, Beth outlines-through transparent and humorous accounts-the following hope and instruction to anyone who has gotten off course:
-Understanding the only narrative that matters-instead of the false and damaging version created by yourself and others-is essential to realizing and believing your own worth.
-Showing up in your story and doing the next right thing is the way to press through adversity.
-Ditching labels-which are limiting, useless, and leave you stuck in indecision and inaction-is the way to reclaim who you’ve always been.
If you are exhausted by the mental battle and decision-making required to show up in your own story as your true self and are ready to let go of remorse for past choices, this book is for YOU.
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Beth Fisher is the author of REMORSELESS: Learning to Lose Labels, Expectations, and Assumptions–Without Losing Yourself.
Sarcastic yet loving (sometimes stupidly to a fault; i.e. read: marriage, dating, and relationship stories you can’t make up), Beth is deeply sentimental of her Midwest roots. She is a marathoner, an 80’s hair band aficionado, and a passionate inspirer of people, especially those seeking to understand their true meaning and worth.
A lover of words and people, she survived almost three decades in corporate America (in a male dominated industry), two divorces, leukemia, a Bone Marrow Transplant, and raising her now twenty-three-year-old daughter.
Beth holds two master’s degrees in Theology and is a strong advocate for others to “show up in their own journeys and be who they were created to be.” She now serves as Vice President of Advancement for Mel Trotter Ministries, a non-profit which exists to demonstrate the compassion of Jesus for anyone experiencing homelessness. She is also a public speaker and business/life coach.
If you like cold beer, cheap wine, edited swearing and generally all things breaking the rules (especially “religious” – yuck, label), you’ll love this debut author.