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Expectation Hangover: Overcoming Disappointment in Work, Love, and Life Hardcover – October 14, 2014
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Arianna Huffington, editor in chief of the Huffington Post and author of Thrive
If this book has landed in your lap right now, and you’re wallowing in an Expectation Hangover of your own, consider this a sign from the Universe that you’re ready to press fast-forward’ on this phase of your journey. With this book, you will be guided through your Expectation Hangover with love, compassion, and sensitivity to how much you might be hurting right now.”
from the foreword by Lissa Rankin, MD, New York Times bestselling author of Mind Over Medicine and The Fear Cure
Hassler’s work will equip any reader who is open and committed to change to succeed.”
Life is difficult, not unfair. We all need to be truly educated and prepared for life’s difficulties. Christine Hassler’s new book can do that for us. Just as hunger leads us to seek nourishment, an Expectation Hangover can help us to nourish our life. When you are willing to ask yourself, What am I to learn from this experience?’ you will find what ultimately nourishes your life. Her techniques contain the wisdom of the ages and sages. Read, learn, and transform your curse into a blessing and life’s charcoal into a diamond.”
Bernie Siegel, MD, author of The Art of Healing and 365 Prescriptions for the Soul
Christine Hassler is a divine teacher and guide. In Expectation Hangover, she helps us reframe our disappointment by guiding us to see our obstacles as detours in the right direction. This book gives us a window of opportunity to change our patterns and open our hearts to a new way of perceiving the world.”
Gabrielle Bernstein, New York Times bestselling author of Miracles Now
Warm and encouraging wisdom for when things don’t go according to plan. Christine Hassler is a tremendous ally for navigating through life’s most challenging moments, and this book is a powerful road map for dealing with disappointment in an efficient and empowering way that becomes a doorway to profound personal growth.”
H. Ronald Hulnick, PhD, president, University of Santa Monica, and Mary R. Hulnick, PhD, chief educational officer, University of Santa Monica, coauthors of Loyalty to Your Soul
If you’ve never been disappointed, you don’t need this book. For everyone else, here’s an approach that will shift you from letdown to breakthrough. Christine Hassler’s insightful and practical book will get you moving quickly and powerfully toward greater success and fulfillment.”
Marci Shimoff, professional speaker and #1 New York Times bestselling author of Happy for No Reason
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Unlike her previous book, this book doesn't include as many stories, but provides many more exercises and tools to help one deal with an Expectation Hangover. The author, being very generous, also shares much of these tools on her blog (I could see similar stuff), but this book definitely provides a deeper insight into such topics and illustrate them with stories too.
I'm currently a young twenty something, and yet I feel this book helped me quite a lot already. It takes time to read it and digest it, and I foresee myself coming back again and again to refresh my memories and strengthen my skills. So I would really recommend readers to buy the book (I wish I could have bought the paperback) cuz it is definitely a useful and relevant book for time to come.
Another side note: being an atheist, I appreciate how the author kept the tone neutral without sacrificing the spirituality aspect in the concepts she offers. I don't feel uncomfortable or uneasy reading this at all (certain self help books tend to make me feel so).