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Welcome to Running in Slippers, a humorous memoir about how Angie plummeted into despair after a failed relationship and the death of her father, taking you through the totally raw and vulnerable rollercoaster of severely misguided attempts to fill the voids, reading like a train wreck that you can't look away from. Between social masks, social media facades, and the COVID Welcome to Running in Slippers, a humorous memoir about how Angie plummeted into despair after a failed relationship and the death of her father, taking you through the totally raw and vulnerable rollercoaster of severely misguided attempts to fill the voids, reading like a train wreck that you can't look away from. Between social masks, social media facades, and the COVID pandemic, our society has become increasingly disconnected. Much of what we see in-person and online is profoundly filtered and edited. What we don't see are the everyday struggles and imperfections of real life. It feels terrifying to allow our deepest, authentic selves to be seen, and possibly rejected, but that is exactly why she is doing it: to break out of the masks and encourage connection through vulnerability.


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Welcome to Running in Slippers, a humorous memoir about how Angie plummeted into despair after a failed relationship and the death of her father, taking you through the totally raw and vulnerable rollercoaster of severely misguided attempts to fill the voids, reading like a train wreck that you can't look away from. Between social masks, social media facades, and the COVID Welcome to Running in Slippers, a humorous memoir about how Angie plummeted into despair after a failed relationship and the death of her father, taking you through the totally raw and vulnerable rollercoaster of severely misguided attempts to fill the voids, reading like a train wreck that you can't look away from. Between social masks, social media facades, and the COVID pandemic, our society has become increasingly disconnected. Much of what we see in-person and online is profoundly filtered and edited. What we don't see are the everyday struggles and imperfections of real life. It feels terrifying to allow our deepest, authentic selves to be seen, and possibly rejected, but that is exactly why she is doing it: to break out of the masks and encourage connection through vulnerability.

42 review for Running in Slippers

  1. 4 out of 5

    Lynn

    It takes fortitude to share your truth while holding your actions under a microscope, all while keeping your vulnerability on display. Angie does exactly that in “Running in Slippers”. I felt as if I was reading her personal diary, yet she also maintains a direct connection to her audience throughout her story. Through her journey we are able to see not only her strength, but her openness, honesty, and optimism. As you read, you can’t help but be alongside her as she navigates her way to self ac It takes fortitude to share your truth while holding your actions under a microscope, all while keeping your vulnerability on display. Angie does exactly that in “Running in Slippers”. I felt as if I was reading her personal diary, yet she also maintains a direct connection to her audience throughout her story. Through her journey we are able to see not only her strength, but her openness, honesty, and optimism. As you read, you can’t help but be alongside her as she navigates her way to self acceptance. Well written and boldly, unabashedly honest.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Livi12

    Bold, heart-breaking, inspiring, and full of courage Reviewed in the United States on July 8, 2022 Once I started reading, I couldn't put it down. The author recounts intimate and vulnerable parts of her life and shares them with you with a ton of courage. It was hard not to laugh at times, and other times impossible to hold back tears. Be prepared to be allowed inside someone's traumas, hopes, dreams, and everything in between. The way the author tells her story is so relatable that you can't help b Bold, heart-breaking, inspiring, and full of courage Reviewed in the United States on July 8, 2022 Once I started reading, I couldn't put it down. The author recounts intimate and vulnerable parts of her life and shares them with you with a ton of courage. It was hard not to laugh at times, and other times impossible to hold back tears. Be prepared to be allowed inside someone's traumas, hopes, dreams, and everything in between. The way the author tells her story is so relatable that you can't help but feel everything she's going through. You won't regret reading it. Like me, you'll be hooked and wanting to know more. I hope to read more from her soon!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jess Abner

    I cried, I laughed, I related! Such an incredible journey full of determination and realness. I love that you can "hear" the authors words through the writing and throughout all of her tests she came out on top. A true tale of self love and authentic truth. thank you for being so bold in sharing your story :) I cried, I laughed, I related! Such an incredible journey full of determination and realness. I love that you can "hear" the authors words through the writing and throughout all of her tests she came out on top. A true tale of self love and authentic truth. thank you for being so bold in sharing your story :)

  4. 5 out of 5

    Mee

    Get ready for some self-reflection after reading Running In Slippers! Angie’s story is so relatable and powerful, I couldn’t put the book down. It was gut wrenching and raw with heartfelt moments. Progress isn’t linear and life can be messy but this memoir inspires you to find the courage and vulnerability to lay it all out there no matter how many times you may stumble. Highly recommended!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Kenny Smith

    Running in Slippers sends you on multiple emotional rollercoasters — once you start reading it, you won’t want to put it down. Angie’s story is authentic and the feelings communicated through her writing are as raw as you can get.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Kelly Maurica

    In her book, Running in Slippers. author Angie chronicles her journey from despair to triumph with such a raw vulnerability. When you hit rock bottom and life seems to fall apart the one thing that can get you through is facing your fears and doing it—whatever your it is—anyway. Running in slippers will have you running for the Kleenex box one minute, and running to conquer your fears the next.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Sheryl

    Wonderful book!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Rhonda

    One of the most intimately raw personal experiences I've ever read. Addiction has touched every family in one way or another. I applaud you for not only having the strength to battle this daily, but especially for having the strength to open yourself up and be so extremely vulnerable to the world. You are one brave and very strong lady. I have no doubt that your story will touch many lives, but I think it will change many more. Sometimes just knowing you are not the only one helps make that diff One of the most intimately raw personal experiences I've ever read. Addiction has touched every family in one way or another. I applaud you for not only having the strength to battle this daily, but especially for having the strength to open yourself up and be so extremely vulnerable to the world. You are one brave and very strong lady. I have no doubt that your story will touch many lives, but I think it will change many more. Sometimes just knowing you are not the only one helps make that difference needed to alter your life path.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Tomoko

    Once I start reading this book, I couldn’t put this book away. Angie is such a sensitive, honest, brave, and pure-heart lady. She is an attractive woman, but didn’t have confidence as she was raised in her childhood. Angie clearly know who she is and it’s so amazing and talented that she can describe her emotions and feelings on her own words. Angie is absolutely free soul and so brave to share her real life experience. There are many women who can related with her life experience and completely Once I start reading this book, I couldn’t put this book away. Angie is such a sensitive, honest, brave, and pure-heart lady. She is an attractive woman, but didn’t have confidence as she was raised in her childhood. Angie clearly know who she is and it’s so amazing and talented that she can describe her emotions and feelings on her own words. Angie is absolutely free soul and so brave to share her real life experience. There are many women who can related with her life experience and completely agree what women feel and experienced the relationship. I love the way she learned and grew from the emotional rollercoaster life that she went through and many of the women will related and agree that what she shared in this book. I’m sure someday, she will meet Mr. wright who will simply loves her the way she is.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Twitchmatic

    Buckle up. What. A. Wild. Ride!! Humorous, funny, sobering, authentic, honest, vulnerable and one hell of a roller coaster ride. This was the perfect camping read and wanted to read “just one more chapter” each time I thought I was done for the day. It was like binge watching that guilty pleasure Netflix show. Go Ang Go!!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Chris Schultz

    It says running in slippers, yet the cover art clearly shows sandals. I'm not sure I can get past that oversight to read the actual pages. It says running in slippers, yet the cover art clearly shows sandals. I'm not sure I can get past that oversight to read the actual pages.

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