In a world of constant noise and chaos, it can be hard to find true friendships. In I’ll Be There (But I’ll Be Wearing Sweatpants), author Amy Weatherly offers readers real-life stories of finding unfiltered, authentic friendships. This book is for anyone who is tired of pretending to be someone they’re not in order to fit in with society’s expectations. With humor and vulnerability, Weatherly shows how the best type of friendship doesn’t require much effort at all―simply being yourself is enough.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for anyone who needs reminding that it’s okay to be themselves. It’s for the people who are tired of pretending to be someone they’re not, and who are searching for genuine friendships. With humor and vulnerability, author Amy Weatherly shares her own stories about finding unfiltered friendships.
- The author’s humor and vulnerability makes the book easy to read.
- The stories are relatable and will resonate with readers.
- The book offers a fresh perspective on friendships that is sorely needed in today’s society.
- The book may be preachy to some readers
- May not be applicable to all lifestyles
- Some stories may seem unrelatable
Learn more about the author
Amy Weatherly is a writer, speaker, and creativity coach. She lives in Nashville with her husband and four kids.
“A heartfelt and insightful exploration of the power of friendship to sustain us through both good times and bad.”
“This book is a breathe of fresh air. It’s honest, relatable, and inspiring.”
“This book is a refreshing change from the self-help genre. It doesn’t try to tell you how to fix your problems, but instead offers heartfelt stories and wisdom about the importance of friendship.”
“Amy Weatherly has a knack for peeling back the layers of life to find the beauty and humor in ordinary moments. I’ll Be There is full of her trademark wit and wisdom, paired with heartwarming stories of everyday people forging meaningful connections.”