I don't know if I would listen to it again. But I am definitely interested in reading her other book. I found her research very interesting and would like to know more on that. But for the average person it is very inspiring.
I can't remember there being a specific moment that moved me. I loved what she says about having compassion for ourselves, being vulnerable, and connection.
I have suggested this book to several women in my life.
Probably if there was a different narrator
a professional narrator
I listen to audiobooks a lot at work because my job can get monotonous. I tried to listen to this book twice and almost fell asleep both times it was so hard to listen to. Eckhart Tolle's voice is so boring to listen to, I couldn't finish it. I honestly can't even remember much of the book after one hour, because it did not keep my attention. my mind kept wandering and it put me to sleep. I thought it was just me but then I talked to a coworker who felt the same way about it when she tried to listen to it. I feel really disappointed because I've heard so many great things about this book. I think if I ever want to return to it I will just read it instead.
I really loved this audiobook. It was very informative, great narration, and I learned a lot. I felt like it had great advice for parents and felt like it addressed every situation that my daughter has been faced with in her social life. I like to mark up books for things I want to save for later. So with that I think the print version would have been better so I could go back reread parts and use some of the tips and activities for girls that it suggested. But I know that with my busy schedule I would have never completed the book. So I am glad that I did get the audiobook so I could actually finish it, because I felt like there was a lot of really helpful info that I'm glad I didn't miss.
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