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#BookReview: Dont think of a Blue Ball by Malti Bhojwani

24 Aug

downloadI spotted this book on Readers Cosmos and found it interesting hence the request for the review.

Not often do we come across a self help book which is not preachy or monotonous and this is exactly where this book scores. In our everyday life we go through our own crests and troughs not understand just how corrosive our own attitudes are to our life. Often the way we deal with the challenges that we face are more important than the challenges that we face. This is exactly what the book aims to do. Malti Bhojwani is a life coach helps us deal with the challenges with just the correct approach.

Why I wanted to read this book, was solely because I felt somewhere the topic touched a part of me. How often we have found forgiving difficult. Even though we move on, we still hold on to things that happened or the thoughts that had stayed with us long after the event happened. I for one could identify with it and hence I read the book cover to cover in two days.

The book just does not train us to change our approach to our life but also explains just how things happen. Malti explains the five stages of grief, by understanding these things, we understand ourselves better and probably see our troubles more objectively. This book has been really helpful and I would recommend the book solely because it gives you a perspective to life.

“This book review is a part of The Readers Cosmos Book Review Program. To get free books visit thereaderscosmos.blogspot.com.”

Publisher : Om Books International

Genre : Self Help

Source : The Readers Cosmos Book Review Program

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