Volume One: Detach or Die
Heartbreak, mourning, and loss are three words I can say I am familiar with. Unlike other books I’ve read about these topics, I did not throw this book across the room in disgust and frustration. Her writing style was logical and to the point with specific examples from people in similar situations.
After finishing reading the whole book in one sitting, I did not feel like I had wasted my time as I have so many times before with other books on this subject matter. There are plenty of ideas and concepts she has impressed upon me, which I predict will change how I live my life in the moment, and how I view life after things have already occurred.
This book can best be described as realistic and direct. There isn’t much filler, giving the reader the information without distracting from too many examples or sidetones. After giving it 5/5 I know I’ll be recommending it to some people I know could benefit from reading this book.
A Guide to Finding “True” Balance, Enjoying More Time and Living a Life of Abundance, Pure Joy and Love
With chronic stress comes pressure, and fatigue. In times of economic downfall and job availability, it causes a wave of stress and depression that can affect almost anyone in society. It takes a toll on us emotionally and even physically.
At some point everyone will feel the pressures of life. Stresses in the workplace, at home, our social environment, and medical issues, can all lead to an unbalanced life. Focusing on yourself first, above everyone else is most important and key to starting the decline of the stress in your life, which can be spread to others in your family, or social groups if not controlled.
This book goes into explanation of leading a balanced life, and explaining how a balanced society is a shared responsibility. This book is easy to read and comprehend, making it a book for anyone and everyone. The paragraphs are short and to the point with great description and examples. The book is short enough for a plane ride, or even a waiting room. It’s easily rated at a 5/5.
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