I knew I would love this book when the author made reference to Dr. Victor Frankl’s book, Man’s Search For Meaning. This book takes a candid look at the negative self talk and endless bombardment of thoughts that contribute to our emotional state. We can choose to tackle or tame them. Even one negative thought can morph into anger that manifests itself in unintended ways. There are so many life-changing statements in this book that you will need a highlighter or two and bookmarks to locate the nuggets of truth and guidance when you need it. The author has a conversational style that makes it an easy read, yet profoundly powerful. This was my forth and best book purchase of the new year. Susan David offers advice about “showing up,” learning to tame negative thoughts and practice self-compassion. This truly remarkable book belongs in everyone’s toolkit. I have attended, then facilitated Book Circles on this amazing book.
I give it my highest endorsement: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Here is the author, Susan David
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