In her third book, Enduring, Sobry shares her experiences of implementing her new found spirituality and the struggles she survived trying to move away from the old Lisa to the new Lisa. The old Lisa would walk this way, talk this way, do whatever she was told to do in the exact way she was told. The new Lisa came up with the saying, “If you don’t like who I am, or how I do things, there’s the door. Don’t let it hit you in the ass on your way out.” The old Lisa was a perfectionist to the extreme. Everything had its place. The old Lisa kept her mouth shut and didn’t stand up for herself. The new Lisa stood up for herself and said what was on her mind.