From book releases to the campaign trail, conservative women showed they can be mentors and advocates in many ways this week. Here are a few of the standout moments from conservative women this week.
Allie Stuckey Releases Book “You’re not Enough (And That’s Okay)”
This week, conservative commentator and “Relatable” podcast host Allie Stuckey released her debut book “You’re Not Enough (and that’s okay).” The book explores toxic elements of current self-love culture.
As Stuckey explains on her website, “If only we believed that we are “enough” just as we are, we’re told, we could finally overcome anxiety, shame, and self-doubt. But, if that were true, our generation—one obsessed with self-love, self-discovery and self-care—would be happier by now. As it turns out, self-love doesn’t satisfy. But there’s something else that does.”
You can read our review of Stuckey’s book here.