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- File Size: 927 KB
- Print Length: 354 pages
- Publisher: New World Library (24 Sept. 2010)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B001GXP7TY
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 10 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #118,440 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Top Customer Reviews
It doesn't spout what you should and shouldn't expect from your life, it simply asks you to figure out through exercises just that all for your self. Half way through the book I quit my job, moved into a flat with my new boyfriend and stood up to my parents still treating me like a child. Believe me, this should be mandatory for every woman who turns 20 - and read and kept like the bible. Christine Hassler also has a website which you can look up and continue if you need more help or want to chat to others (mainly from US) but no different from you - just a little confused as to what to do first!
Seriously, if your only gonoing to pick one 'life-coach' book up and you cannot put your finger on what is wrong in the first place, then make this your first stop. You'll thank me later...
And it did! The book is really, really full of different exercises that you have to do to explore your belief systems, who you are, what you want and so on. So I was taking them really seriously and writing a bunch of stuff in a journal. As I went along I skipped one or two of them because believe me there are a lot and you can't exactly do all of them in 5 minutes. She expects you to interview people, find mentors, do visualisation exercises, write a LOT and then go back over things and rate them or rethink them. Which is great actually because it's halfway towards getting real counselling or therapy, not just a book. But sometimes you can't necessarily be bothered to do them all, then you get freaked out and think you should be doing them or the book won't work.
But later on there's a chapter where she tells you that you have to get rid of the word SHOULD and stop building your life around other people's expectations anyway.Read more ›
It would have been nice if this was a 20-30 something book and had some 30 something examples.
Also, possibly it would be a good book to get our parents and male siblings to read, so that they understand the modern young woman and quandries that we face!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Really good for those people going through a period of life where you're not too sure what you're doing or why you're here on earth. Would highly recommend it!Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
An easy read with some good exercises to help reflection and progress. Read it if you need a pat on the back and some gentle reassurance that you are not the 'only one!'Published on 29 Jan. 2013 by Fiona Donald
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