I had high hopes for this book and felt I needed something substantial and authentic for this difficult and big subject. Instead I found it patronising, pretty annoying and even childish. I really respect that a lot of people feel they have been helped by this book, by reading the other reviews (which I based my purchase on) and am very happy for them, but I think this is an unusual kind of a book and people should be aware of that before they buy. I had not encountered a Cheri Huber book before and so was expecting a normal approach. Instead it is filled with large handwriting style writing, with sometimes only a line or two on a page, and a lot of SHOUTING, as if this is the way to make sure the message gets across... There is some good stuff in here, but it is smothered in gung-ho "lets all be fabulous" language, with little substance to back it up, little to go into the complexities and processes behind this painful thorny territory. As far as I have found, there are no real exercises to take the reader deeper into their situation/feelings/process, just mainly a lot of jolly positive statements. It could all be done in about 20 pages and if this book had cost about £3 I think that would be a reasonable deal. As it is, it feels very overpriced for what it is (more of a pamphlet than a book) and I would advice people to try and get a loan copy (maybe your local library has one?) before you buy to see if her very idiosyncratic style is something for you. I wish it had been for me but sadly not, I feel this was a pretty wasted ten pounds and I'll keep looking for something more helpful.