Everyone believed Barbara McNally was living the American Dream. She married her college sweetheart and seemed to have the perfect relationship, the perfect family, the perfect home. Yet, she strayed and her matrimonial cookie crumbled. Following the lead of her adventurous late grandmother, she sets off to overcome her fears and find her independence. Along the way she discovers parts of herself that had been missing. This discovery began her remarkable journey of introspection and exploration as she discovered “unbridled freedom.” From Ireland to Jamaica, she danced with horsemen, communed with priestesses, and had an erotic encounter in an ancient castle. Unbridled, A Memoir is the story of this, her impulsive liberation.
Open to receive and ready to give, Barbara continues her own journey to freedom with a daily zest for living large. The author lives in San Diego, California where she is actively involved in supporting other women to explore their potential for freedom and individuality through her foundation, Mother Lover Fighter Sage. In her blog entries, she addresses all four of these categories of female archetypes, introducing women who inspire her and endorsing organizations that help women to express these different dimensions.
To help other women live all their dimensions, Barbara established Mother Lover Fighter Sage, a foundation dedicated to offering workshops, seminars and scholarships that enhance the lives of women. Proceeds from Unbridled: A Memoir go to the foundation to fund programs and organizations like Project Sarah, Rachel’s Women’s Center, Wounded Warriors, and San Diego Writers, Ink, bringing speakers and events to women to help them access their personal strengths and potential. More about The Foundation
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“Gratitude is not the result of things that happen to us; it is an attitude we cultivate by practice.” Alan Cohen