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Dear White Women


Jun 23, 2021

Every once in a while, we both read a book that makes us immediately text the other to say: have you read this?  Isn’t it amazing?  That’s what happened when we read A Radical Awakening.

We were blown away by the revolutionary way of thinking and being that is suggested for women in this book, and were so deeply grateful to find that Dr. Shefali’s energy and authenticity match her reputation.

There’s little else left for us to say, other than this is a can’t-miss episode, and that you should go to Bookshop to order this book immediately. 

Have questions, comments, or concerns? Email us at hello@dearwhitewomen.com  

What to listen for:

  • How women have been taught to be self-sacrificial, and are afraid to speak up for themselves and each other
  • What the process of Radical Awakening entails, and how that shows up differently for people of different skin tones
  • When Dr. Shefali calls Sara out for believing that the “we” culture is on equal footing with the “me” culture in the United States - when in reality, it’s the minority
  • How doing the inner work translates into women supporting the greater good

About Dr. Shefali: 

Dr. Shefali received her doctorate in clinical psychology from Columbia University. Specializing in the integration of Western psychology and Eastern philosophy, she brings together the best of both worlds for her clients. She is an expert in family dynamics and personal development, teaching courses around the globe. Dr. Shefali has written four books, including the award-winning, New York Times bestsellers The Conscious Parent and The Awakened Family. She's been featured prominently on Oprah Winfrey's platforms, Good Morning America, the Today Show, Hoda & Jenna, among many others. Dr. Shefali lives in New York City. More at: www.aradicalawakening.com

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