While this book talks a lot about the death of her husband, readers who are not experiencing grief can still get a lot out of this book.
Loss is loss – whether that loss is through death, divorce, a lost job, etc – and Sheryl Sandburg does a great job of weaving it together. Resiliency and adversity are common themes of this human experience, and the tools and tips mentioned in this book to help deal with those things is helpful.
I devoured this book in just one day. I found some of it relatable, and all of it fascinating.
This is totally my type of self-help book…what are some other similar books that I can add to be TBR?
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