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This book is super repetitive (which can be good if you enjoy that) However, it feels like a compilation of a bunch of self help books, and is mostly all over the place. This can be good if you don't wanna spend time reading an array of books, or need a reminder of some subjects. However, since she tries to stuff every single thought into this book, there is barley any actual solutions or substance to apply to your life. It feels like a journal that is used to get your random thoughts out. The author brings a problem up, which usually makes you feel as though your life is doomed. Then continues to write one paragraph about it for a solution. It leaves you feeling as though you have hundreds of problems to work through, which can be an overwhelming feeling. On top of that, a lot of the writing is contradicting, hard to follow, and leaves you confused. She gives some good advice, but what I personally don't like about this author is that her writing is usually pretty "this is how you're supposed to live". It feels as though you are being put in a box. Overall, I'm glad I read it. But I wouldn't re-read, unlike other self help books on my shelf. I appreciate the authors point of view, and understand this is simply my opinion!
As I stated in the title, if you have read other self help books, this honestly has nothing to offer you. I quickly lost interest when I discovered the content was not original. If it's the only self help book you'll be reading, it's likely a good investment of your ti
An amazing read and very insightful but i got about 10 pages in and a page fell out and pretty much every 10 pages of this book another page would fall out. The book is pretty cheaply made so that it doesn’t stay in one piece no matter how gently you handle it, kind of sad about that part because i’d love to reread this a few times but it’s just frustrating trying to keep all the pages in it.