What was the most memorable thing you learned from this book?
What was the most important word? Why?
What was the most important phrase? Why?
This phrase explains Jenni Rivera's life. She would hate when people saw her cry and saw her as weak person. Jenni wanted everyone to remember her as a fighter. Showing her weak side was not her favorite thing to do. Although, she later found out that she did wrong. She found so many people that cared for her and loved her. They would help her whenever she felt worthless and she felt like giving up. Her kids became the unconditional support and her siblings were there for her no matter what.
What was the most important quote or sentence? Why?
"Maybe I'm not Super Woman, maybe I'm not Wonder Woman, BUT I am UNBREAKABLE; They're not going to break me"
Despite all the struggles, Jenni Rivera soon found the loves of her life. They were all her 5 kids and her granddaughter. After everything she went through, something good came out of it; it was the strong family bond. Jenni Rivera came to realize that she was Unbreakable; she became the mom that she wanted her kids to look up to. There were many people that did not believe that she was going to make it big in the music industry, she proved people wrong when her song came on the radio while she was only a real estate agent. She soon became idolized by most women in California.
What questions do you still have? What more do you want to learn about this topic/issue/person?
Did you ever consider putting your pride to the side and seeking for help?
What is your favorite part about the music industry?
Did you ever consider moving out of state for a fresh start?
Who would you recommend this book to?
I would also recommend this book to her fans, they will learn a lot from her through this book. This memoir puts the puzzle together and explains in depth about every motive she had when doing things.
Virtues -dignity and responsibility
Opted- decide to go on, settle