Everyone wants to feel significant. We look for significance in our achievements, our relationships, our appearance, our socioeconomic status. But our true significance is found in none of those things.
Using her experience with an abusive relationship as a backdrop, Autumn Miles acknowledges the struggles that so many women face as they pursue significance--struggles that can lead to eating disorders, self-harm, depression, and other types of oppression. Through her own story and her experience mentoring other women, Autumn shows readers that their significance is found only in Christ, and that no matter what lurks in a young woman's past or how she feels about herself, significance is obtainable--now.