God Bless This Mess free audiobook

God Bless This Mess (2021)

Learning to Live and Love Through Life’s Best (and Worst) Moments.

This quarter-life memoir from Hannah Brown is one most will find something to relate to in. If you’ve followed along in the last nearly 3 years now since she graced our television screens, there has been much that has happened and this book will not disappoint in filling in some previously private occurrences in that time, but this book is about more than that.

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Hannah goes deep, sharing traumas and experiences from her past and her journey to working towards understanding how they have impacted and guided her and to working towards healthier ways of dealing with them in order to avoid repeating past patterns.. She even throws her own insecurities at us, to let us know she’s a human being too; not just a TV star.

“Honest and interesting, this is just lighthearted and fun. It’s just Hannah telling you about her life from her own perspective. The audio is great with her reading it.”

The Book Guide® Editor

Hannah goes into great detail of what makes her who she is today & includes everything from a graphic family tragedy & her surviving childhood cancer to understanding her brother’s behavior problems & overcoming the need to be perfect all of the time. At times there was so much turmoil surrounding her family, she felt that maybe doing everything right would make it better. But, it was just a coping mechanism.

She takes the reader through competing in beauty pageants & yes of course her experiences on The Bachelor & as The Bachelorette. But also dives into so much more than you’d ever expect! This girl has depth!

God Bless This Mess (2021) By: Hannah Brown

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