This book gave me a ton of insight into my own brain and the fact that I have choices in what I do. I would highly recommend. The narration is great and the example stories are helpful as they relate to real life.
Chapter 1 - 4 and 9-11.
I disliked the length of the audio book, but as a preference of my own. The details were supportive and contributed to the length. I am confident that persons who appreciates details would not complain.
I rarely write reviews, but in this case I feel compelled to. This book makes sense of a lot of the everyday things, that other wise you wouldn't notice or would seem unexplainable, in a clear and convincing manner. This book has changed the way I look at the world. I stumbled upon this book by accident, sure glad that I did.
Book was great, narrator was the worst, everything he says is so precious as if he is saying "can you believe it!" almost thought he was paid by P&G because of how amazed he sounded when talking about febreeze. And don't get me started about how he quoted women, sounded like a my little pony character, sometimes I just wish narrators would simply say the thing neutrally.
I really enjoyed this book. It can be used as self help, but it's also just interesting. I especially loved learning more about Rosa Parks and the AA (in separate chapters, hah). It was disappointing, though, that the author chose to end with crime and addiction; the last chapter left me sad, and not in a good way. Otherwise, a helpful, interesting book!