From her years of clinical social work and as a woman, author Dr. Veronica L. Hardy has both observed and experienced hurt, manipulation, and overcoming. The power of overcoming lies in knowing God and being aware of your thoughts and how those thoughts translate into behaviors. In A Letter to My Sisters, she has created a work designed to encourage others through story, spirituality, and reflection. It highlights the challenges experienced by women including intimate partner violence, sexual abuse, friendship conflicts, and self-image. Dr. Hardy uses the story of Tamar from the New King James Version of the Bible as the base. Tamar, the daughter of King David, experienced rape, which, in turn, impacted her identity. She carried the weight of this act on her shoulders but was able to confide in someone close to her. Giving voice to the many experiences of women, A Letter to My Sisters offers a tool to show you how to recognize thought patterns, the effects of those patterns, and how to replace those patterns with spiritually nourishing ones. Nine scriptures and nine stories help meet you where you are in your identity, allowing you to find inspiration and power.