Released earlier this year, Everything Will Be Okay is Perino’s no-nonsense guide for young women looking to reframe their thinking, believe in themselves, and take risks.
Perino writes that this book grew out of her observations that women were going through a quarter-life crisis which should have been temporary but threatened to settle into a way of life.
… over the last couple of years, I’ve noticed something that’s really started to bother me: the quarter-life crisis (that’s age twenty-five or so) that I wrote about in 2015 is following young women well into their thirties and beyond …
Perino’s book offers help on a myriad of issues young women face. How to manage relationships. How to find a role model. How to improve our workday and gauge if we’re on the right career path. How to channel stress and worry into something positive.
Why a casual comment like “no worries” can sound less than respectful. Why finding our “strong voice” (the one that doesn’t sound too high or questioning or mousy) helps us be taken more seriously. Why identifying our single biggest problem is crucial. (We can’t solve a problem we haven’t defined).
And Perino encourages women to remember that integrity is our most valuable asset—and therefore worth cultivating and protecting.
Reader, do you believe that everything will be okay?
This book can help each of us find the inner strength to make it so.
Here with you,