I don't even know if I would want to call it a "self help book." It's more like amazingly studied observations that will knock your socks off at least once, and it will be exactly what you needed to hear. I thought of almost everyone in my life throughout the book. Easy to get through (except when you need to pause to digest the parts that knock off your socks.)
Any useful reading?? ;)
Must read of you're a perfectionist and probably also if you're studying psychology. Second part of the book is little of topic and kind of boring. And in my opinion too much unnecessary author's personal stories. But in the whole really not bad, although for complete digestion I'll probably need to read it once or a few more times. The narration is absolutely great!
this is a great book on what it takes to start to change in your life to overcome those misconceptions very very long time
loved it. the real life experience and stories are what I remember most and appreciate about the book. The narrator was okay but I find that the author herself is more engaging.
Started out rather slow it wasn't until the last few chapters that her insight resonated with me. Wish it went in a little longer so she could fully develop her impassioned train of thought.
The narrator often skips words (making it hard to understand the sentence) and even says the wrong word in some cases (eg, "others" instead of "ourselves" - which completely CHANGES the meaning!). She also has no consistent speed, going slow for awhile and then rattling out several mouthfuls in one breath (which caused me to have to pause and change the playback speed frequently, which interrupted the flow of the book significantly.
I usually love listening to an audiobook while following along in the physical book (the book keeps me focused on what I'm listening to and the audiobook keeps me going and progressing) but, honestly, I seriously considered ditching this audio before it even got to the guideposts!