PURCHASE HEROINE TODAY
DO YOU FEEL PRESSURE TO BE PERFECT? ARE YOU TIRED OF TRYING TO LIVE UP TO SOCIETY’S UNREALISTIC STANDARDS AND JUST WANT TO FEEL FREE?
Heroine exposes the issues women face today and demonstrates how to change the narrative. No longer do women need to be shackled to shame, guilt, and low confidence. Through this remarkable message of self-love, imperfectly perfect motherhood, and even fertility struggles women will learn how to:
Say goodbye to a negative self-image by changing the perception, not the image.
Discover the beauty in fully loving yourself (flaws and all!)
Consciously raise strong and confident children because you yourself walk with passion and purpose.
"For the first time in my life, I let people see me. I let them see through me, and what they saw wasn’t perfect but it was Heroine.” Blaise Hunter
5 Stars! - Caitlyn Blake
Heroine explores our perfectionist culture and how it affects us as girls and women, featuring Blaise Hunter's candid, and honest perspective. She challenges her readers to change their perception and dig deeper to discover their worth.
Blaise is one of the kindest, and most passionate women I have had the pleasure to meet. The days we spent together were so emotional and moving, and I will forever hold this experience in my heart. Thank you, Blaise, for your passion and determination. You have created something truly beautiful here, which I'm sure is bound to help so many people.
From one woman to another hear her battle cry: “Heroine Embrace Your Flaws & Own Your Awesome.” This is a book written by Blaise Hunter, an unexpected female warrior-turned-motivational speaker. Drawing wisdom and knowledge from her own trials and successes, she wrote a book for women who doubt themselves to stop the pontificating and work on self-sufficiency. She breaks the silence on the taboo topics of knowing one's worth, building confidence, body image, motherhood, and infertility.
Heroine remains true to the book's theme by using examples and clever analogies to declare the vitality of self-love. The author demonstrates the need to express one's own self because vulnerability is what connects the shred of collective experience that strengthens the line. Women will clasp their hearts as Blaise shares her lowest moment as a woman – dealing with not one, but three miscarriages.
With raw honesty and brave humour, Blaise imparts experience and wisdom gained from a personal journey in overcoming self-hatred and empowers women to become their own heroes. In this remarkable love story, Blaise creates a Heroine Movement by uniting women and freeing their voices. Thirty courageous women reveal their own stories of insecurities and struggles with the pursuit of perfection. Their unmasked photos included in the book provide a commanding paradigm of heroism.
Women today are hard-pressed to have the perfect body, be the perfect wife, and the perfect mom. They end up feeling exhausted and unworthy. Heroine shines a light on how to break the cycle of toxic thinking and shares how to find freedom in the flaws.
The author’s heart and passion are evident on every page. Blaise is an agitator for change and a champion for inner transformation. Heroine inspires women to draw their swords and breathe fire.
Highly Recommend! – Sara H.
Blaise is an inspiration. This book is a must read; it’s real and raw, there is no sugar coating which I appreciate. Blaise breaks down the barriers and makes you question things and ideals of self image. I love her perspective, she truly is an inspiration on how to tackle self image and embrace and love yourself as you are.
Get empowered ladies! – Kate
I had the amazing experience of getting to meet Blaise and read this book. It will have you crying and feeling and then it gets you empowered! Beautifully written.
An empowering and much needed book – Jori
I have had the pleasure of not only reading the book but also meeting Blaise and being involved in the process of bringing Heroine to fruition. This book is exactly what all women (and people in general) need. It opens up dialogue about taboo issues and validates those feelings of insecurity we all feel but encourages and empowers us to change our perspectives. After reading this book, you will seriously evaluate what’s truly important in your life and how to become the best version of yourself. I recommend this book to everyone, young and old. It’s never too soon or too late to “embrace your flaws and own your awesome”!
A champion for embracing woman and everything she is
Heroine will inspire you to embrace all your quirks and imperfections. The author’s bubbly way of conveying her heart for women flows from the pages. You will be inspired to have another look at yourself and, in your mind, hear the author and other women who contributed to this book cheering you on. You’re likely to find yourself being a little bit kinder to the girl in the mirror.