A realistic solution to the problem instead of a long winded explanation of it.
It was one big metaphor after another, every chapter was the same topic explained in a different way. I understood the point after the first two chapters and was anticipating the chapters to come to give more insight. I almost felt worse after reading the book, I guess I was hoping for a miracle light bulb moment that never happened.
The first two chapters said it all, every chapter after that was just the same thing told in a different way.
If your looking for an explanation for your inner demons you will get more explanation than you need, but if your looking for a solution or realistic ways of dealing with them you wont find one unless "LET IT GO" are the magic words you have been waiting for. Anyone with common sense will understand the book but it will leaving you will a nagging feeling of "Ok, what now". If only life could be as simple as he makes it out to be, but in reality its way more complex. You cant erase away problems in life by saying "LET IT GO",anymore than you can think away malignant cancer.
At first I wasn't sure I liked this book at all. In fact the first couple of chapters made me angry. But then I settled in to the cadence of the reader's voice and listened, really listened to what he was saying. I ended up loving the book. In fact, I think for the first time I understand the meaning of "The Tao of Pooh."