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I've read several of Geneen's other books and was intrigued when this one came along.
Now that I think about it, I've had the same problem with virtually all of Geneen's other writings - there's too much hypothesizing "filler" and not enough substance!
OMG, how I noticed something huge had just happened was how I was seeing what I was doing for work and with work and because of how I worked.
Geneen Roth was a new author for me to read but I wasn't disappointed. I enjoyed her style of writing and felt like I wanted to keep reading .. Read morePublished 6 days ago by ALR
This book contains 3 or 4 good insights and exercises, and the vulnerability with which the author wrote it are OK, but in general I was left with the feeling that I was reading... Read morePublished 12 days ago by G. Trejo
This book would have been a better short essay. It was extremely repetitive.Published 20 days ago by Margaret Shepard
I was very disappointed with this! She basically just goes on and on about losing her life savings. There was very little tying food and money together but when she did it was... Read morePublished 3 months ago by E. OConnor
I enjoyed this book. I love the self disclosure in Geneen Roth's books. It's very human and helps me feel that I am not unique or alone in anything that challenges me. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Sandra H. Kennedy
Recommend reading this!! Very informative and insightful. Anyone who has suffered financial loss should read this. By all means, buy this book!Published 6 months ago by Marietta McCall
Loved the practical advice and the sharing of learned wisdom. Very applicable to many areas of one's life. It has helped reconsider my relationship with moneyPublished 6 months ago by Lisa C Francolini
It changed my life, and helped me understand my dysfunctional relationship to money. I recommend it to anyone who struggles with this "secret".Published 6 months ago by Viviane Cohen
Roth paints her personal growth with the grace of a dancer, but focuses on the hard work and many falls required to make leaps into a balanced lifestyle.Published 7 months ago by Joyce DeVore