Rachel Hollis has overcome many personal setbacks, including postpartum depression, difficult childhood and a little too much drinking. She sits down with Alyssa Julya Smith in Los Angeles to talk about what she has learned from those experiences and how she wants to help other women take control of their own lives. Hollis explains that by sharing raw, authentic truths from her own life, she aims to have a real conversation about her experiences-the good and the bad-and ultimately give other women permission to do the same. She talks about the fact that work-life balance is a bit of a myth and women shouldn't be scared to ask for help. "Girl, Wash Your Face," includes many raw and real personal stories and is available now.

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