Do you find yourself constantly making the wrong choices and bad decisions in life? No matter what you do or say, things always have a way of getting twisted up and going off course. Sometimes it’s your own fault, but sometimes you’re not to blame. Many of the little problems that plague us boil down to relationships. Problems at home, school, work, the community, and life in general all relate to how we interact with other people. That is why this self-help book can benefit both young and older adults. Most teens and young adults haven’t lived long enough to gain a lot of useful life experience. They can always use some good and practical advice. But older adults can also learn some new problem-solving practices, and senior citizens often need reminders.
Family. health, career goals, and expectations in life. These are just a few of the causes of day-to-day stress. People and emotions are complicated. Regardless of your gender or how young or old you are, you’re only human. Your problems will either get bigger or smaller based on the way you react to them. This guidebook teaches positive reactions. The narrator does an effective job of highlighting key points for you to listen to and focus on.
A central theme of the book centers around how we see ourselves through our own eyes and how we want to be seen by others. The hard-hitting topics will make a listener do some soul searching. They include the discussion “feeling like you’re being taken for granted”, which is covered in the Relationships section. This section also talks about “feeling alienated” as well as the topic of “group participation” and why it’s so important to human beings.
Listen to simple concepts and principles. Keep playing the sections that apply to you the most. Use the information as a guide to finding solutions to specific problems in your life. Let it be your path to personal growth and self-empowerment.