By Amelia Miller
Growing up, I remember having a below-par body image and a somehow twisted sense of physical beauty, accumulated from noticing the world through the faulty kind of filter. But now, as a mother of two girls, I am perpetually scouting for books that will aid them blossom, flourish and retain a healthy mental, emotional and physical outlook in life. I got this book to help themselves familiarize with the gravity of being happy and making their life better by continuing to move forward in their life regardless of whatever drawbacks they encounter and not going towards the rear when solitary is present.
Loneliness is an across-the-board thing that has an impact on us all. It can always occur when we least expect it. This book is an inspirational guide written to help us find out where loneliness corresponds to our lives. It inspires us to discover if we can make our lives better or even think of obtaining new routes whenever we feel isolated and forsaken. Author Chaunda Gaines grew up finding of life the hard way. She has gone through a good deal of anguish, failed relationships, misfortunes and many trials and tribulations in her life. She had nobody to tell her about her sufferings and the aftermath of the choices you make that can traumatize you for life. Having experienced all these, this is what aspired her to write and help others. She disclosed her notions and advice that can help her readers. Her writings are thoughtful, straightforward and inspiring. This book is about how loneliness can influence the behavior pattern of individual life and how the end result of it could sometimes lead to temperamental behavior. There are about twenty topics in this book which tackles with real-life matters in our everyday life.
So, if you're looking for something to motivate you that won't take much time to get through, or if you're seeking for an uplifting book to give as a gift, this is a perfect choice. If you can't already tell, I'm sold on this book. Read it to understand yourself, your friends and family, your child, your co-workers, whomever you can think of that might need this. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who's struggling. I only wish I had read it sooner!