I believe we can deal with our anger and we can strive for a better love life anger-free.
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And I believe we should seek help when we need it.
Pros – Why I Loved This Book
- Fast but not necessary easy read – Each chapter will make you question yourself and explore the ways you express your anger. The way you do this is the going to determinate the end of any argument more than the reason for the argument itself. Therefore, it’s not easy to read this book as it will challenge you to think and be criticise yourself. Can you do it with an open heart?
- Vivid, rich language – I read all of the 10 books I review in this post and let me be honest – Judy Ford has the richest vocabulary and describes vivid pictures that stick with you. It makes reading such a pleasure.
- Short chapters
- Helpful because it shows you many different techniques and ways to approach every matter.
- If you struggle with the most popular techniques on how to deal with anger, let me tell you – none of them is here. Such a relief!
Cons – Room for Improvement
- Although there were many real-life stories in the book, almost none of them had full closure. (I guess I just like happy endings)
I enjoy reading real-life stories when going through a self-help book. It helps me picture the situation better. However, none of the stories went beyond the problem-description-point. I felt like the ending (happy or not) would be much more beneficial as it helps the technique to stick in my mind.
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