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Best-Selling Author Larisa A Routie Releases A Book About Girl Code

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Best-Selling Author Larisa A Routie Releases A Book About Girl Code

September 15
10:00 2022
Empowered women empower women.

This statement could not be truer. As a woman, we all need a sisterhood. A female group of close friends and counselors we can rely on. Female friendships play a significant role in a woman’s life and success. If you have the right people surrounding you, you can do anything.

Our friends are capable of altering our beliefs, thoughts, and even actions. In fact, many say that we are the average of the five people we spend most of our time with. We should choose each other wisely and with intention. Your sisterhood should be made of strong, compassionate women who have your back even when you’re not around. 

Having a large group of friends who can all gossip and go to salons together is good, but it is a sisterhood in the end that saves you.

A good friend is there at your lowest so when you are at your highest, they keep you humble. Similarly, when we are down, we need someone to tell us that we can do it. We all need to hear those words of motivation coming from someone we trust. We often forget our own strength and that’s when a true friend comes in. 

They’re there to remind you, “hey, remember when you did so and so,” “when you accomplished something so amazing.” Because they’ve walked the road with you, they remember your milestones and help you find your spark again when you can’t do it yourself.

Every woman needs a strong sisterhood like that. Sisterhood is more than a friendship; it’s when a friend is there through your thick and thin. They don’t just like to gossip, go to salons together, and be there for all the spicy girly things. They’re also there when no one else is. When it’s not so fun to be around.

You can find your own sisterhood if you stay true to who you are. Don’t fake anything to win friends. Such bonds don’t last long. Unfortunately, as strong as the power of sisterhood is, it is only tasted by very few lucky ones. 

Many women struggle to find true friends. Now you can find your own tribe with Larisa A Routie’s self-help book about the girl code and what it means to be a sister.

This book covers the difference between sisterhood and loyalty and basically aims to serve as a handbook for the Girl Code.

All girls know about the girl code; it is the unwritten and often unspoken set of rules and ethics that exist between girls. Simply stated, the girl code is the commandments that outline the DOs and DON’Ts of a good friendship. 

Whether the rules are implicit or explicit, they are generally what can make or break a friendship. Girl code is the rule of being a decent woman towards other women. It is stuff like: you can’t date your friend’s ex. If you saw your friend’s boyfriend cheating on them – you’d have to tell your friend. It’s basically just that your loyalty is always with other women – that’s what the ‘girl code’ is supposed to be. 

About the Author:

Larisa A Routie is a proud single mother and a woman of color who has her own clothing line, boutique, catering, event, and marketing company and has been a TV and radio host. 

She’s also an actress and the first female promoter in NY. She’s a professional business consultant and has been in the real estate and mortgage industry for 20 years. 

Now she’s an author, making her the Jack of all trades. Whatever she puts her mind to, she accomplishes.

She shares her life journey and advice to all women who have all the potential in them already. It just needs a little push and a guiding voice.

Her book aims to serve as that voice.

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Country: United States
Website: https://larisaaroutie.com/