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Tell Me about It, Sister!: A Guide for Returned Sister Missionaries

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Stay spiritually strong your whole life long! This unique guide for returned sister missionaries provides counsel to help you transition into post-mission life. Filled with self-assessment quizzes, journal prompt questions, scripture study suggestions, and personal experiences from over 200 sister missionaries, this book will teach you how to make the most of life after yo ...more
Paperback, 160 pages
Published March 10th 2015 by Cedar Fort Publishing & Media (first published April 8th 2014)
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Feb 02, 2015 rated it it was amazing

After Andrea returned from her own mission she found it difficult to merge her 'before mission' and 'after mission' concepts of what she should be...

She noticed that other return sister missionaries were struggling too.

So she interviewed over 200 return sister missionaries and created this guide to help with the adjustment period.

You will read about topics such as:

* Overcoming Physical Culture Shock
* Overcoming Emotional Culture Shock
* Hottie with a
Michelle Llewellyn
This book would be so much better if it applied to ALL return sister missionaries, not just the ones who attended BYU. Not all of us gained weight, came home and got makeovers which magically led to a perfect temple marriage, children and a satisfying career.
For some of us, returning from a mission felt more like returning home from a war whose side had lost. Cohabitation, child abuse and word of wisdom proved daily temptations for everyone we attempted to teach. Satan's war against the very cre
Jun 12, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I highly recommend this wonderfully empowering read to our young and old sisters in the church! I myself am a convert and never served a mission, but I read the book before giving it to my daughter. I, too, felt empowered to make my life the best I can even as a 56 year old!!!!! I could feel the love the author has for her "sisters" in every chapter. I gave it to my young daughter who has not served a mission because I appreciate the message that you, alone, (and with your Heavenly Father) are r ...more
Jun 03, 2014 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
A quick read, but it was good. I read it before sending my current missionary sister a copy. Maybe she'll like the advice better than I did, now that I've been home almost five years? We'll see. Mostly I liked how Williams spoke to so many returned sister missionaries and shared their experiences all throughout the book. I couldn't relate to all the advice she was giving, but there is at least one or two things for everyone sister that reads it. Side note: I read the kindle edition and it was a ...more
Dec 08, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Absolutely delightful, practical guide on how to re-enter the regular world after serving as a full-time sister missionary.
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