Just Who Will You Be? By Maria Shriver
This book starts off with a lady asking Maria Shriver's son what does she do. Her son tells the lady that she is a house wife and this leads to a journey of finding
who she actually is. She later then is asked to do a speech for her nephew's graduation ceremony, which at first she doesn't want to do, but soon later gives into it.
She is referred as many things in the book such as: A house wife, the wife of Arnold Schwarzenegger, a newswoman, first lady of California, and one of the people from
the Kennedy's family. She writes a poem which explains how only you can choose who you want to be. In the end of the book, she finds out who she really is.
I learned that you should choose and stick with who you want to be as a person. This doesn't mean choosing what you want to do, but choosing you want to be.
I remember her being confused about who she wanted to classify her as and she was depressed about it.
Why should you buy this book? This book may be short and easy to read, but it has a deep and important meaning to it. It asks you the big question "Just Who
Will You Be?" If you really think about it, you might find yourself confused. When you read this book you will discover how Maria Shriver (a newswoman, the First Lady
of California, a part of the Kennedy family, the wife of Arnold Schwarzenegger, an author and much more) finds who she actually is. As you can tell she is has many
roles in her life, but which one is actually her? Read this and see how she decides who she is and maybe it might even help you find who you are as person also.