Transitioning Into Womanhood

Journey to self-realization

Non-Fiction - Self Help
168 Pages
Reviewed on 09/01/2018
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Reviewed by Edith Wairimu for Readers' Favorite

In Transitioning Into Womanhood, Codisha R. Matthews offers advice to women on a wide spectrum of issues and different sides of womanhood. From personal growth to understanding and growing in financial capacities while adopting and maintaining healthy habits, Matthews delves into every aspect that will help each woman discover their potential and live out their purpose. She discusses the importance of self-love and having confidence in yourself. She also recognizes the importance of surrounding ourselves with the right kind of people who will steer us forward. She recounts her experiences in the book, especially a devastating break-up that forced her to grow and redefine who she is even without the relationship.

While Codisha R. Matthews presents many truths that have been written about before, Transitioning Into Womanhood stands out through the blending of diverse features that, when put into practice, will help anyone grow not just in one dimension of life but in all spheres. The tone used is frank and, in many instances, advice is given in a straightforward and honest manner which allowed me to grasp the truth behind the statements and further absorb the author’s words and apply them. Important points are highlighted, which helped me to keenly consider the advice they contained. The content is accentuated by an incorporation of various quotes from different experts that appear in the text. Other elements that make reading Transitioning Into Womanhood even more engaging are included, and range from self-assessment tests to personal pledges. I was able to take away great tips to improve my life and embrace who I am.