How (Not) To Be Strong: The inspirational instant Sunday Times Bestseller

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How (Not) To Be Strong: The inspirational instant Sunday Times Bestseller

How (Not) To Be Strong: The inspirational instant Sunday Times Bestseller

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Alex also used the pages of her memoir to openly chat about her relationship with fellow football star Kelly Smith. If you are Canadian but currently have an Audible UK membership, you will benefit from transferring your account to Audible Canada.

I enjoyed reading it as a football fan, but I dont think you necessarily have to follow the sport to enjoy this book, as a lot of it is about her upbringing, relationships and mental health. However, life has taught me the opposite and actually showing vulnerability and exposing flaws can be the bravest thing you can do. But thanks to her 'push-through mentality' the world has only ever seen the 'strong' side of her persona.I remember walking past the mirror and looking at myself, and I couldn’t understand why I was uncontrollably sobbing. From the football cages of North London to broadcasting to millions, the engine powering Alex Scott's remarkable journey has always been her resilience. Here, she proves that sometimes the strongest thing you can do is show your most vulnerable side to the world. About a teen who needed a different kind of support in school that she eventually found while pursuing her degree at university.

Alex Scott has opened up about her relationship and love for her mum in her memoir, How (Not) To Be Strong. You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice. We've been through a lot of hard times, and a lot of that was then struggling to be able to communicate your feelings and emotions. Alex revealed she has only recently learned how to be vulnerable and open about her challenging experiences from her past. But thanks to a ‘push-through mentality’ the world has only ever seen the ‘strong’ side of Alex Scott.For more great interviews listen to The Chris Evans Breakfast Show with cinch weekdays from 6:30am on Virgin Radio, or catch up on-demand here .

Not in an intrusive way, it's clear and calm narration, but there are points where you can hear her tearing up, others where the smirk or smile on her face is clearly imaginable and it enhances the book so much.With raw honesty, Alex shows how she’s tackled life’s challenges and that sometimes the strongest thing you can do is show your most vulnerable side to the world.

Alex Scott gets goosebumps when talking about her Sunday Times Best Seller: How (Not) To Be Strong 🤩📚 | Legendary Lioness turned broadcaster Alex Scott shares her story and life lessons in her book How (Not) To Be Strong, out now! I love how reflective she is, she has clarity on how her upbringing and different events shaped her and I aspire to be self-aware throughout my life like that. She helped Arsenal in their historic 'quadruple' season, in which they won all of their trophy competitions, and was later appointed as the team's captain. Former professional football (soccer to US folks) player and current broadcaster Alex Scott opens up about her life.Your financial contributions are essential to protect the future of the publication as we strive to help raise the profile of the black communities across the UK.



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