Currently I'm going through the all too familiar mid-life triumvirate of divorce, moving house, and looking for a new career. This book popped up as I have read the 'Conversations with God' series, and Amazon recommended it. Having found the CWG books life-changing I thought I would give this a go and was suprised at the diference in writing style. I found the style quite annoying and egotistical. This reminded me that in CWG 1, 'God' points out that NDW, (the author), has struggled with his ego all his life. This book kind of confirms his ego as something of an issue. So in some ways I found this book annoying and in another way it made me chuckle as it somehow confirms to me personally that the source of the wisdom in CWG really IS from a higher power. Now make of this what you will; which is exactly what I realised I had to do with 'When Everything Changes...' I realised I had taken a cynical stance towards this book based on it's 'style' rather than it's content. With some effort I managed to overcome the new age stuff and found some profound insights put forward in such a way that makes the same material found in Vedantic texts easier to understand. In conclusion this material revisits what has been covered in CWG but goes into greater depth and suggests exercises, and follows more of a 'workshop' sort of style. Once I had overcome my own ego and cynicism I found this helpful towards my personal situation. In conclusion I have come to feel that Neale Donald Walsh means well and his heart is most definately in the right place, and I'm most grateful for the opportunity to have faced my own cynicism and prejudice and work through that.