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wonderful collection of insights

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Reviewed: 08-08-19

i love the way oprah has blended her insights with those of the greats in the personal growth field into a beautifully flowing narrative through the chapters.
focusing on the powerful key messages from each of her guests is more impactful then just oprah providing her personal message.
just buy it and listen. be inspired, moved or just sparked by one of many nuggets in this book

when are getting series 3?

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Reviewed: 28-03-19

Had me in stitches, especially the last episode. mistress Levine with her posh accent is hilarious.
what sucks is that like all good british shows (tv) there are only 6 episodes. we want more... please mistress.. more

How to Stop Feeling Like Sh*t cover art
  • How to Stop Feeling Like Sh*t
  • 14 Habits That Are Holding You Back from Happiness
  • By: Andrea Owen
  • Narrated by: Andrea Owen

well structured

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Reviewed: 18-03-19

being someone who devours self help i had average expectations of this audiobook.
but i was surprised. its amazing how much i related to it.
she is spot on with all the things we do to ourselves.
i got the pep talk i really needed.
if you feel crap, get this book

Loved it... especially Dan

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Reviewed: 17-10-18

For a free show, i really liked this. Narration was great. Loved all the London/UK based references and Dan had the best lines.
People on the train kept wondering why i would suddenly break out in smiles/laughter.
The only thing i wasnt happy with is that it was only 6 epidodes.. like most british TV series. I WANT MORE!!!

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a classic on discovering yourself

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Reviewed: 16-08-18

the late debbie ford has some great insights, delivered in a gentle way on embracing the parts of ourselves we are constantly trying to hid.
i find her voice a bit slow for my tastes so i listened at 1.25x the talking speed and that worked for me.

great tips for bringing yourself back to centre

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3 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 03-08-18

some useful tips, good questions to ponder.
narration was ok. sometimes she was a little slow for me. voice could have been more natural.
the bits of yoga in between i didnt like. as an audiobook that didnt work. it should just be at the end of the book.

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great read. very good narration

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Reviewed: 16-03-17

really enjoyed his voice. soothing, to the point, like having a chat with a friend. plenty of thought provoking content that sheds a lot of light into failures of my past relationships and how not to make the same mistakes.
i would recommend this book. i will be listening to it again.

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great narrative of the characters

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Reviewed: 05-02-17

took a few chapters to get into the juicy parts. great thriller similar to 'gone girl' and 'girl on the train'. enjoyed the way it was set up with 'then' narrative and 'now' narrative. . showing each womans story unvailing bit by bit at the same time