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I found this book to be very enjoyable and engaging.
And those of us who want control at almost any cost (I raise my hand) will benefit from the examples throughout of how helpful it can be to allow life to surprise us.
I think it's just plain good sense to plan for things to go terribly, horribly wrong.
A little battered but otherwise in great condition. A good read.Published 25 days ago by tonya hilterbrandt
If you have anxiety and tend to waste half your life worrying -- this is a great book for you. Doesn't preach or offer simplistic miracle cures. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Susan K. Noel
The 6 steps of ACT are functional and effective for leading a more flexible life. Kelly Wilson articulates the processes so well as he applies it to all kinds of fear, pain, joy... Read morePublished 3 months ago by bobweiss
Finally found the life guide I needed. The one that I thought other people were born with. Just love the perspective & practices this book gives, an easing of the process that... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Deanna G. Rathbun
First and foremost I like the way psychiatry are demystified as something natural, something you can relate to as normal difficulties you can learn to embrace and live with.Published 7 months ago by Morten Christiansen
Do not read this book if you are in an anxious state. Its convoluted, meandering writing style and lack of practical advice will increase your anxiety. Read morePublished 10 months ago by TB1981
I am a worrier by nature. So while this book made me uncomfortable ("things might go terribly, horribly wrong? Yikes!!! Read morePublished 10 months ago by Katie
A quick and entertaining read. This book was clear, and helped me get a grasp. I bought it for my sister, but enjoyed it myselfPublished 11 months ago by Kimberly G Lyons
The analogies were very appropriate and instructive. I found this book to be easy to read and full of practical