If the title of Barbora Knobova's latest book Tales for Delicious Girls isn't enough to make you want to pick up her book and check it out, you are sure to, after reading the delightful answers that she shares with readers, within the following interview.
To give you a bit of an idea at the knowledge base of Ms. Knobova, she carries a Ph.D, is a relationship coach, CEO of Delicious Path - Personal Development for Women, and an internationally published author. Ms. Knobova dedicates herself and her time to helping women from around the globe find their path to happiness, empowerment and self-love. She firmly believes that all women deserve to be loved, respected and appreciated, something that is often lacking in society.
First of all, could you tell us a bit about Tales for Delicious Girls?
Tales for Delicious Girls is a humorous, ironic book about men and women and about female friendship. It deals with dating and relationship mishaps and funny situations that actually happened, no matter how incredible it may seem. Its main purpose is to entertain but when you read it you realize the book also shows women that the relationship they have with themselves is much more important than their relationship with men and other people who surround them. It helps them love themselves more, appreciate and respect themselves.
Do you have a favorite excerpt from Tales for Delicious Girls? Could you share that with us, please?
"Let’s reeducate ourselves. It definitely won’t be easy, and it might not happen overnight, but if we realize that we want to change, sooner or later we will manage. It takes so little to live for ourselves, to decide according to our feelings, instincts, desires. To ignore what others think about us, to forget the past, to stop worrying about the future and to live what we have now. To make ourselves happy, to find joy in little things. To put tulips into the vase, to enjoy a bar of chocolate with almonds and to breath in the fresh summer night air. Maybe it sounds like a cliché to you, but it works damn well for all the blues, troubles and doubts. We cannot save the world. We cannot save the people around us and we cannot even secure their happiness. But we can save ourselves. We can make sure that we, only we, are happy. That is more than enough for one life."
What do you want readers to take away from reading Tales for Delicious Girls?