Life Beyond #MeToo: Creating a Safer World for Our Mothers, Daughters, Sisters & Friends

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Finalist in the Best New Nonfiction category of the 2021 International Book Awards 

Are you and your organization are part of the problem or part of the solution to gender-based discrimination and violence?  

Life Beyond #MeToo offers a thorough treatment of sexual discrimination and violence in our society, increasing awareness through current information and poignant stories encouraging accountability and support within our homes, churches, and workplaces to create a diverse, equitable future – beyond #MeToo. Relevant for men and women, the new edition offers insight into how women have been impacted by the pandemic, addresses possibilities for a shift in how we view and treat people, and offers coaching and questions to encourage conversations and accelerate positive change—personally, in your organization, and in our society.  

“The #MeToo movement has not gone away. . . . Life Beyond #MeToo is full of engaging stories and great data, well-researched, well-written, and very interesting. Christine Rose shares timely information about what needs to happen for all women to be empowered, and men need to be a part of this too. Managers and leaders should all be required to read this book. I couldn’t put it down! I think it’s a great book! Get two copies and give one to someone you care about who needs this message of hope.” 

Jack Canfield, America’s #1 success coach, New York Times bestselling co-creator of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series  

“Work is love made visible . . . and violence is its opposite. This book gets to the roots of sexual harassment and violence and coaches us to a more loving, safe future.” 

Marshall Goldsmith, Frances Hesselbein, and Sarah McArthur, co-authors of Work Is Love Made Visible 

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Finalist in the Best New Nonfiction category of the 2021 International Book Awards 

“The #MeToo movement has not gone away. . . . Life Beyond #MeToo is full of engaging stories and great data, well researched, well written, and very interesting. Christine Rose shares timely information about what needs to happen for all women to be empowered, and men need to be a part of this too. Managers and leaders should all be required to read this book. I couldn’t put it down! I think it’s a great book! Get two copies and give one to someone you care about who needs this message of hope.” 

Jack Canfield, America’s #1 success coach, New York Times bestselling co-creator of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series and co-author of The Success Principles 

“Work is love made visible . . . and violence is its opposite. This book gets to the roots of sexual harassment and violence and coaches us to a more loving, safe future.” 

—Marshall Goldsmith, Frances Hesselbein and Sarah McArthur, co-authors of Work Is Love Made Visible 

“Working moms are bearing the high costs of gender discrimination. Life Beyond #MeToo helps us see how to get to the roots of the problem and start addressing it in this generation.” 

—Christine Michel Carter, #1 global voice for working moms, consultant, speaker, and bestselling author of Can Mommy Go to Work? and MomAF 

Are you and your organization part of the problem or part of the solution to gender-based discrimination and violence?  

This well-documented, thorough treatment of sexual discrimination and violence creates awareness to  

  • reduce implicit gender bias, 
  • increase understanding of effects of discrimination and violence through poignant personal accounts, and 
  • advocate and offer suggestions to accelerate personal, organizational, and societal change. 

 Relevant for men and women, the book coaches readers to shift how we view and treat people and includes questions for groups or personal reflection to encourage conversations and positive change—personally, in organizations, and in our society. 

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Weight 1.121 lbs
Dimensions 6 × 9 in
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1 review for Life Beyond #MeToo: Creating a Safer World for Our Mothers, Daughters, Sisters & Friends

  1. J’anne Miller

    This is a powerhouse of a book, and should be in the hands of everyone who cares about women and girls. The author has done her homework, in order that everyone can benefit from understanding the widespread problem highlighted by #MeToo, so that with clear eyes, sound minds, and strong purpose, we can each do our part to change the culture. A great book to usher in a new decade!

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