From singer, model, and YouTube celebrity Natasha Bure, the daughter of Candace Cameron Bure, comes Let’s Be Real, an honest, conversational book that doesn’t hold back. Everywhere Natasha goes and every video she posts has one basic message: this is real, this is life, and we all go through it. Whether it’s beauty, boyfriends, faith, stress, or having fun, Natasha’s view is to be honest and real, no matter what you face. Natasha’s relatable advice paired with personal stories will help readers see that living the real life is the best life.
|Product dimensions:||5.40(w) x 8.30(h) x 0.70(d)|
|Age Range:||13 - 18 Years|
About the Author
Natasha Bure is the daughter of actress and New York Times bestselling author, Candace Cameron Bure, and former NHL All-Star forward, Valeri Bure. Natasha’s passion for music and entertainment began at the age of 10. She has appeared in ABC Family’s hit show Make It or Break It as well as in Hallmark’s The Heart of Christmas. Natasha’s unique vocal style and creative songwriting have been featured in national performances on ABC’s daytime talk show, The View, and she was a participant on NBC’s top-rated reality singing competition, The Voice. In addition to Natasha’s core values of faith and family, she enjoys playing tennis and staying active with her friends. She grew up in South Florida and now happily resides in Southern California with her family. View Natasha’s posts on Youtube at http://www.youtube.com/user/NatashaBure/ and on Instagram @natashabure!
Table of Contents
Foreword Sadie Robertson 9
Introduction: What's Real? 11
Chapter 1 Find The Real You 17
Chapter 2 Embrace The Real You 39
Chapter 3 Real Friendships 63
Chapter 4 Real Conviction 77
Chapter 5 Real Talk About Guys & Relationships 89
Chapter 6 The Real Value of Family 111
Chapter 7 Real Health 131
Chapter 8 Real Beauty 151
Chapter 9 Faith in Real Life 177
Chapter 10 Be True to Yourself 205
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Going through a particularly tough season in life in accepting myself and deeply feeling Christ’s love for me (in my 30s!) has me reaching for any kind of support. Though geared toward younger girls and young women, my “stuck in my teens/20s heart” was calmed by this book and encouraged my continued work on self-acceptance and strengthening my relationship with Christ. Many topics addressed are what I’m working on in therapy, and it’s a relief to know I’m not alone in a lot of the struggles we all face - and to have some tactical ways to gradually make changes for the better! Being real is tough, but Natasha acknowledges the difficulty, suggests ways to work through it, and reassures that in the end it’s actually easier and feels better. Well done!