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Relief of Belief summarizes Relief as a veritable as well as a standard and vital ingredient that never pushes your buttons but braces you up for the best that is yet to come. The fact that we are all pilgrims and tourists of our own life is a reality that you ought to fight your own battles despite the turbulence of the storm, You'd definitely find your map and that map w Relief of Belief summarizes Relief as a veritable as well as a standard and vital ingredient that never pushes your buttons but braces you up for the best that is yet to come. The fact that we are all pilgrims and tourists of our own life is a reality that you ought to fight your own battles despite the turbulence of the storm, You'd definitely find your map and that map would take you where you desire and where is best for you to go, I assure you that absolutely no one can push and pull you away because the best is staring at you on the face and the greatest is yet to come to you. Be resilient and persevere very hard, never give up; Always place your eyes on your game plans and achieve your dreams and aspirations very diligently, Never deviate from forward looking even when all seems a bit downwards and backwards. Be Inspired!


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Relief of Belief summarizes Relief as a veritable as well as a standard and vital ingredient that never pushes your buttons but braces you up for the best that is yet to come. The fact that we are all pilgrims and tourists of our own life is a reality that you ought to fight your own battles despite the turbulence of the storm, You'd definitely find your map and that map w Relief of Belief summarizes Relief as a veritable as well as a standard and vital ingredient that never pushes your buttons but braces you up for the best that is yet to come. The fact that we are all pilgrims and tourists of our own life is a reality that you ought to fight your own battles despite the turbulence of the storm, You'd definitely find your map and that map would take you where you desire and where is best for you to go, I assure you that absolutely no one can push and pull you away because the best is staring at you on the face and the greatest is yet to come to you. Be resilient and persevere very hard, never give up; Always place your eyes on your game plans and achieve your dreams and aspirations very diligently, Never deviate from forward looking even when all seems a bit downwards and backwards. Be Inspired!

31 review for Relief of Belief: Brace Yourself for Better (Non fiction- Inspiration Book 1)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Harsha (triobookdragons)

    I was asked by Khadel Sophia to review her new book . I became really exited that an author has directly told me to review her book. And I was really looking forward to read it . It is truly said that "words have energy and power with the ability to help, to heal, to hinder, to hurt ,to harm , to humiliate and to humble". This is a self help book and the words written are pregnant with meanings and experiences . The book is trying to say is to have a positive attitude towards life , to be self-mo I was asked by Khadel Sophia to review her new book . I became really exited that an author has directly told me to review her book. And I was really looking forward to read it . It is truly said that "words have energy and power with the ability to help, to heal, to hinder, to hurt ,to harm , to humiliate and to humble". This is a self help book and the words written are pregnant with meanings and experiences . The book is trying to say is to have a positive attitude towards life , to be self-motivated in our life . The part which I liked the most in this book is 'Stereotypes are odds that causes one 's mind to be deviated from attaining their aspirations . They are adaptations that emerges from one 's perception.' The book makes one's mind relax and serene . In my opinion this book may not be liked by everyone because the language is little hard and inexplicable but for those who feel dispirited this is a good try. 😍HaPpy ReAdInG 😍

  2. 5 out of 5

    Brianna Gunnarson

    The following opinions and thoughts are my own. I was asked by author Sophia Kaankuka to review her new book The Relief of Belief. I read it and I did not enjoy it in the slightest. The book is set up to be spiritually inspiring with deep words of wisdom, but it comes across as a poorly written and difficult to understand collection of arrogant thoughts. I know that sounds harsh but read on for my evidence. Spelling The spelling was atrocious. If you are writing a book and you do not know how to The following opinions and thoughts are my own. I was asked by author Sophia Kaankuka to review her new book The Relief of Belief. I read it and I did not enjoy it in the slightest. The book is set up to be spiritually inspiring with deep words of wisdom, but it comes across as a poorly written and difficult to understand collection of arrogant thoughts. I know that sounds harsh but read on for my evidence. Spelling The spelling was atrocious. If you are writing a book and you do not know how to spell, please use spellcheck and multiple editors. I will be the first to admit that English is difficult but that is why I edit and re-edit and edit again. The spelling was so bad that it distracted from the point the author was attempting to make. Examples include “backtyres” (page 15), “tourits” (page 15) “opem” (page 19), “bui;ld” (page 24) and the list goes on and on. Grammar The grammar was even worse than the spelling. Whole words were omitted, almost every paragraph was one long run-on sentence and the tenses of words were constantly wrong. When you are writing something for the public eye, edit, edit, and edit again. Examples include: “you ought you fight your fight” (page 14) and “in this webs” (page 41). The point of the book was lost in the numerous technical mistakes. Writing must be judged on the basis of what is put on the page, not on what we think the author was attempting to communicate. If you cannot manage the basic mechanics of writing, then you shouldn’t write a book. The Relief of Belief: The Main Point The book was terribly confusing. It begins by stating, “Never compromise your beliefs for any reason whatsoever.” (page 15). Right off the bat I’m having issues. First, what beliefs are we discussing? The book seems to imply that everyone’s beliefs are correct and states that you should “never compromise” them. But this is a naïve way to approach the world and its innumerable belief systems. For instance, I believe that all people deserve dignity and respect regardless of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or age. However, there are many people that don’t believe this way. For instance, there are some people who believe that if you are apart of the LGBTQ community that they will not do business with you. And they believe they have the “right” to refuse service. Now we have two beliefs that this book is arguing we should not “compromise..for ANY reason whatsoever.” But what do you do when your beliefs hurt other people? Should we not stop to consider rethinking our views in order to pursue healing as a nation and a world? I find the book to be totally inadequate in accurately addressing the complexity of belief. Go it Alone The second theme of the book is that we can achieve ground-braking transformation in our lives by abandoning those around us and going alone. “We are all solo tourits in our lives because we cannot accompany any other person only our very own self.” (page 15). I read this line and wanted to scream, because this a lie. People crave community. Why do you think social media has exploded? Why do you think so many people pour their lives into an online profile? We want to be known. We desire real connection. We want someone to not only understand us, but to know us and love us just the same. In addition, life is hard. There is death, sickness, mental health issues, injustice, environmental issues, inequality, the list goes on and on. If I am on my own and facing these issues by myself then I may as well end it all, because there is no way that I can face the tragedy of life without community. We are hard-wired to desire the companionship of other people. My mom died when I was 13 and it sucked. The only way me and my family made it through was by community. Some people brought food, others offered a night out for a distraction, some a listening ear. There were numerous ways people sought us out in order to support us through the worst time in our lives and because of that support we are all still here today. People need people. We do ourselves a huge disservice when we say we are doing it on our own and we don’t need anyone else. Truth is Never Biased “Truth is never biased, but equal.” (page 38). This is an interesting thought because how do you know that truth is never biased? Everyone bases their truth on something different so globally truth is relative. I personally use the Bible as my basis of truth, but I have good friends that don’t base their truth off the Bible. Between us then who has the real truth, and how can both these truths be equal? The book oversimplifies truth in particular and people in general. It cannot be taken seriously as a self-help book, because of it’s inability to acknowledge real world people or issues. Other Things That Bugged Me THE ENTIRE BOOK WAS WRITTEN IN CAPS. It makes it incredibly difficult to read as no book anywhere subjects its readers to something so painful. It’s like the author is attempting to yell at the reader in order to better get across her confusing points. I hate this quote. “This is a large cause because once a retarded mental view emerges, the functional aggregates becomes a dysfunction,”(page 33). The word “retarded” is often used as a derogatory word for people with mental handicaps. It is ignorant and offensive to use such a word so flippantly. There are often redundant phrases such as “advantageous benefits” (page 37) or “evergreen as ever” (page 38). When you are writing anything book, article, blog post ect, in order to be clear and concise you cannot use redundant phrases. They confuse your meaning and Conclusion I cannot in clear conscious recommend wasting your time by reading this book.

  3. 5 out of 5

    erin

    while i was approached by the author to do a review, all thoughts and opinions are my own. what i feel relief of belief is trying to say is to be positive and self motivated and have belief to feel relief. i didn’t like the book. i don’t think the messages were conveyed well and there wasn’t any helpful techniques or skills mentioned. let’s start off with how this was written. the language was extremely dressy and pretentious and i found it extremely hard to follow along. i feel as if the average while i was approached by the author to do a review, all thoughts and opinions are my own. what i feel relief of belief is trying to say is to be positive and self motivated and have belief to feel relief. i didn’t like the book. i don’t think the messages were conveyed well and there wasn’t any helpful techniques or skills mentioned. let’s start off with how this was written. the language was extremely dressy and pretentious and i found it extremely hard to follow along. i feel as if the average person would have trouble understanding what is being said. “the paragraph of suiting yourself comprises with the sentences of never adjourning your case for another day but tackling it in every array.” and “the resultant effect is that not only a prime number is collected but more prime factors are gotten from it thereafter.” the entire thing is written in capital letters. i feel like i’m being nit picky but i found it harder to follow along in capital letters. i’m not sure if that’s a just me problem. there are many grammatical errors in this book. “able to make stones and rocks mountains and vallies.” and “being transparent open one eyes to things vague or possibly unknown.” there’s many, many more errors in there. there are very few full stops being used. sometimes there’s whole sections without full stops. i want to touch on a line in the book “this is a large cause because once a retarded mental view emerges.” many find ret*rded an offensive term as it’s mostly commonly used to describe someone who is mentally ill. it left a bad taste in my mouth. the first third of this book repeated itself a lot. i felt like i was reading a longer version of the introduction. it was essentially belief provides relief and be positive. it got exhausting after a while. the rest of the book seems to go on many tangents about change, self reflecting, working hard and not judging. there were also very few actual strategies on how to use this information. in chapter one, under rules of relief there were maybe two dot points which could be helpful. in chapter two, under taming one’s frame, it discusses being self motivating then moves on. tell me techniques to be self motivated. tell me why this is useful. that’s a common theme. this book will explain something that could be useful very briefly. there’s no scientific evidence to back anything up. in chapter one, there was a section that explained how relief and belief can be used interchangeably and are the same. not only is that false but there was no evidence to back this up. in chapter 3, the homogeneous effect was talked about. in the book, it talked about how it links to relief. based off my brief research, that’s false. according to wikipedia, out of group homogeneity (i couldn’t find anything on the homogeneous effect) is where out group members are more similar to each other than in group members. to keep this review shorter, i will wrap it up here. i didn’t enjoy this book at all. i don’t really recommend it either. 1.5/5

  4. 4 out of 5

    BreeAnn (She Just Loves Books)

    How I Felt: I was very underwhelmed by this book. Relief to Belief is meant to be a book helping people find a way to feel relief. I found it to be lacking in support and self-help. The chapters were speaking at the reader and were written with a very know-it-all attitude. While I do want someone writing a self-help book to be knowledgeable, I want them to write it with language that feels compassionate and helpful. This was not written that way. My Ratings Reasons: This book had such a substantial How I Felt: I was very underwhelmed by this book. Relief to Belief is meant to be a book helping people find a way to feel relief. I found it to be lacking in support and self-help. The chapters were speaking at the reader and were written with a very know-it-all attitude. While I do want someone writing a self-help book to be knowledgeable, I want them to write it with language that feels compassionate and helpful. This was not written that way. My Ratings Reasons: This book had such a substantial amount of errors that I finally stopped marking them, it was taking too much time to make the notes. I do not ever want to call out errors in a book, unless they are extreme. Even books like Harry Potter had errors, so this is not meant to call out just a few minimal errors that I found. The entire book had glaring errors that made me confident that this book was not edited. Capitol letters were used in the middle of sentences: “There’s a saying which goes, ‘You’re what you speak”, This is very applicable here as well.” – Excerpt from Relief of Belief by Sophia Kaankuka Words missing from sentences: “I once had a conversation with a young lady. I asked her what inspires her the most, and she replied me, ‘My ability to define myself in all ramifications defines me’. – Excerpt from Relief of Belief by Sophia Kaankuka Relief of Belief is filled with completely confusing statements. I do not feel that most readers, would be able to truly understand the meaning of these statements; I know that I could not. For Example: “Although, sometimes we may think that we don’t have the standard aggregates. But, then we have to comprehend that we should pen down our mind’s thoughts, and then put them to action, propose our positions, and gear ourselves up for effectuation” *Please note this statement was taken verbatim from the book. Any errors you see are not mine, but are from the book.* While the book had chapters and sections, I did not feel that it was organized in a way that made it easy for a reader to follow and find help. Additionally, I was unable to find any actual steps and strategies to help someone find relief. To Read or Not To Read: I would not recommend that anyone read this book at this time. I was unable to find any self-help qualities in the book and it needs to be thoroughly edited and organized. I was offered a free copy of this book by the author through Amazon Kindle. I am leaving my honest, unbiased review voluntarily. This post will be live on my blog on 12/22/2019. All of my reviews can be found at: https://shejustlovesbooks.com/

  5. 4 out of 5

    Priyanshi

    BOOK-- Relief of Belief AUTHOR-- Sophia Kaankuka PRICE-- 179/- PAGES-- 53 GENRE-- Non-fiction FORMAT--PDF ABOUT BOOK:- Relief of Belief summarizes Relief as a veritable as well as a standard and vital ingredient that never pushes your buttons but braces you up for the best that is yet to come. The fact that we are all pilgrims and tourists of our own life is a reality that you ought to fight your own battles despite the turbulence of the storm, You'd definitely find your map and that map would take you BOOK-- Relief of Belief AUTHOR-- Sophia Kaankuka PRICE-- 179/- PAGES-- 53 GENRE-- Non-fiction FORMAT--PDF ABOUT BOOK:- Relief of Belief summarizes Relief as a veritable as well as a standard and vital ingredient that never pushes your buttons but braces you up for the best that is yet to come. The fact that we are all pilgrims and tourists of our own life is a reality that you ought to fight your own battles despite the turbulence of the storm, You'd definitely find your map and that map would take you where you desire and where is best for you to go, I assure you that absolutely no one can push and pull you away because the best is staring at you on the face and the greatest is yet to come to you. Be resilient and persevere very hard, never give up; Always place your eyes on your game plans and achieve your dreams and aspirations very diligently, Never deviate from forward looking even when all seems a bit downwards and backwards. Be Inspired! MY REVIEW:- ⭐⭐⭐ This is a self help book and the words are written with meanings and experiences but language of book is little hard for average people to understand...i didnt like the cover of book as you could have make it more catchy and title of book is good...while their is many error in content of book and i cant keep along while i was reading...its little confusing at some place repeating plus there's no scientific evidence to back anything up! The book is trying to say is to have a positive attitude towards life and to be self motivated in our life...but message was not that clear and have no valid examples or techniques to do that...so think its okay okay kind of book...i dont hate to read it bt i didnt love to read it either...so i cant say its recommended book bt you can give it a read👍😊.. Thank you 💕

  6. 5 out of 5

    avid reader stories

    P.S. i was approached by the author to review her new book. The thoughts and opinions expressed here are my own. This is another self-help book by the author Sophia Kaankuka. The book tries to explain that you should have belief to feel relief (as the name suggests). After reading her previous short book, I had great expectations from the new book. Sadly, I didn't like it much. I faced these issues - 1) the language is pretentious and complicated and is not good enough to reach a broader audience P.S. i was approached by the author to review her new book. The thoughts and opinions expressed here are my own. This is another self-help book by the author Sophia Kaankuka. The book tries to explain that you should have belief to feel relief (as the name suggests). After reading her previous short book, I had great expectations from the new book. Sadly, I didn't like it much. I faced these issues - 1) the language is pretentious and complicated and is not good enough to reach a broader audience/reader. A self help book has to be simple in language to cater to a larger group of people;  2) there are lots of grammatical/punctuation errors ( I actually stopped counting) which made it really difficult to understand. The sentences are very long, with missing full stops and abrupt usage of capital cases; 3) the topic is touched at a superficial level. There is no mention of technique or example to explain the covered topic at any point.  I feel instead of putting so many chapters in this book, the author could have stuck to few chapters and explained the message she is trying to convey. A self help book is not complete without the techniques/evidence to back up the message. Most importantly, the book could have been edited properly before being published. A book with a bad grammer really turns off the reader. 

  7. 4 out of 5

    Ankita Kashyap

    #📖bookreview📚 Name: Relief of Belief Author: Sophia Kaankuka @authorkhadelskbooks . A few days ago, I received this book from @authorkhadelskbooks for a book review and that was at a time when my anxiety level was off charts. I was nervous and jittery and full of doubts at my capabilities. Then this book came along and although at first I started to read the book only because I had to but as I read on, I realized that the words that the author has written are actually true and I was able to apply t #📖bookreview📚 Name: Relief of Belief Author: Sophia Kaankuka @authorkhadelskbooks . A few days ago, I received this book from @authorkhadelskbooks for a book review and that was at a time when my anxiety level was off charts. I was nervous and jittery and full of doubts at my capabilities. Then this book came along and although at first I started to read the book only because I had to but as I read on, I realized that the words that the author has written are actually true and I was able to apply them to my situation. The book explains the productiveness of Belief and the relief that comes from it. There are different rules for Relief and belief being one of them has it own set of rules. For eg, they include open mindedness and breaking boundaries. The book is easy to read and understand. And each segment connects with the next seamlessly. There are some beautiful metaphors that will strike you while reading it. . I am a person who rarely go for self help and motivational books because I thought why do I need some book to tell me that I can do it? And what I have realized, after reviewing a few self help books is that sometimes the very thing that we think we know, needs to be said by someone else. The sentence "You are worth it." is more powerful than "I am worth it." .

  8. 4 out of 5

    Ankita Gogoi

    I am thankful to the author for providing me with the opportunity of reading and reviewing the work and I must state that the views stated are entirely mine. As the title and the description of the book goes this work of Kaankuka is a self-help book talking about braving lags, stagnancy and psychological hurdles one encounters in life. Although the steps and words of pearls of wisdom mentioned in the book are not something novel yet the author presents the process of overcoming the psychological I am thankful to the author for providing me with the opportunity of reading and reviewing the work and I must state that the views stated are entirely mine. As the title and the description of the book goes this work of Kaankuka is a self-help book talking about braving lags, stagnancy and psychological hurdles one encounters in life. Although the steps and words of pearls of wisdom mentioned in the book are not something novel yet the author presents the process of overcoming the psychological doubts in a very planned and systematic manner. Rather than being a theological treatise it simply puts the idea of believing in something as am encompassing act which in turn helps us to feel a sense of relief from unnecessary stress. The author centres their entire argument on the idea of total relief can be obtained by total belief and the belief system one is surrounded by. It is like a practical guide to practice healthy attitude towards living in general. Though each and everything may be a tad difficult to follow by everyone the general idea and essence of the book can be imbibed by the readers for wholesome life.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Alexis

    **2.5 stars Relief of Belief was a short and sweet book that almost got to the point. There were different sections throughout the book that were to help the reader see what needed to be focused on, however it seemed kind of disorganized. Most self-help books are supposed to sound compassionate to a point and I didnt get that here. I felt like I was being talked at instead of having things explained. And this is just a pet peeve of mine when reading, but when I have to edit the book while reading **2.5 stars Relief of Belief was a short and sweet book that almost got to the point. There were different sections throughout the book that were to help the reader see what needed to be focused on, however it seemed kind of disorganized. Most self-help books are supposed to sound compassionate to a point and I didnt get that here. I felt like I was being talked at instead of having things explained. And this is just a pet peeve of mine when reading, but when I have to edit the book while reading it kinda takes the enjoyment out of reading as well. There were just too many errors to be okay with. I don't think I would reccomend this book to anyone that actually needs a self-help book just because of the way things are said and worded. If you want a short book to just skim through and are okay with what I said above then go right ahead. I was just pretty disappointed because this book has a lot of potential to be great. I was approached by the author to do a review, so I bought the book and these are my honest opinions.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Kangkana Chakravarty

    Rate :- 3.5 /5 Relief in belief is a self help book by Sophia Kaankuka. This book is divided into 3 sections . Section A talks about RELIEF’S CONCEPTS and PRINTING OUT THE REQUIREMENTS. Section B talks about THE UNIFORM EFFECT and SECURITY AS A QUALITATIVE TOOL. And section C talks about FIND YOURSELF. In this book the author says that reality in life comes from believing that you are better and the best. The book Relief in Belief promises its readers to make them belief that "‘I AM ABLE AND STA Rate :- 3.5 /5 Relief in belief is a self help book by Sophia Kaankuka. This book is divided into 3 sections . Section A talks about RELIEF’S CONCEPTS and PRINTING OUT THE REQUIREMENTS. Section B talks about THE UNIFORM EFFECT and SECURITY AS A QUALITATIVE TOOL. And section C talks about FIND YOURSELF. In this book the author says that reality in life comes from believing that you are better and the best. The book Relief in Belief promises its readers to make them belief that "‘I AM ABLE AND STABLE RATHER THAN SAYING, I CAN’T AND I WON’T.". Challenging onself is motivating and inspiring oneself to innovation. The concept of the book is refreshing and optimistic. The author tries to light positivity and self confidence among her readers through her book. The structure of the book is unique and organised which I like. The cover could have been a bit more better. The language used is not easy hence beginners might find it difficult to catch with it. Like many self help books here too some of the concepts gets repeated. To sum up its a good, short and refreshing read.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Shaziya Sharif Sayed

    *Review* 🍃This book is a self help book . It was given to me by author to review. 🍃This book is very short consistubg somewhat 53 pages only... but as self-help books goes ..this too is quite powerful. 🍃In this book author tries to show us how the terms Relief n Belief are connected to each other n how it needs to be implied together in all walks of life to lead a successful n peaceful life. It is divided into 5 sections. It also provides us with strategies as to how implement these values in lif *Review* 🍃This book is a self help book . It was given to me by author to review. 🍃This book is very short consistubg somewhat 53 pages only... but as self-help books goes ..this too is quite powerful. 🍃In this book author tries to show us how the terms Relief n Belief are connected to each other n how it needs to be implied together in all walks of life to lead a successful n peaceful life. It is divided into 5 sections. It also provides us with strategies as to how implement these values in life. 🍃Now, the only complaint that every one seem to have with this book is its arduous language. I will admit that first half of the book does have some dificult vocabulary but second half of the book is in simplified language and can be understood easily. 🍃 So, if u r feeling low about urself, or are loosing belief in yourself and are lacking relief n peace in ur life... then this is your go to book... its definitely gonna show u why this two things shoulld be an important part of your life. Tips: keep your dictionary handy while reading. So Thats it for this book!!!! Do read!!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Abhinav Kumar

    Sophia Kaankuka's new book relief of Belief is a full package of self-help words. Sophia knows how to put deep meanings in simple and short language. In this book Sophia some new aspects of human nature and thinking. How to connect your relief with the belief, this art is clearly highlighted in this book. The compendious nature of book is very beautiful. Appraisals of these words and how to understand them is really nice task. It is the most meaningful thing I found out in this book. The structure Sophia Kaankuka's new book relief of Belief is a full package of self-help words. Sophia knows how to put deep meanings in simple and short language. In this book Sophia some new aspects of human nature and thinking. How to connect your relief with the belief, this art is clearly highlighted in this book. The compendious nature of book is very beautiful. Appraisals of these words and how to understand them is really nice task. It is the most meaningful thing I found out in this book. The structure of the book is like it is a well framed guide. Once you understand the basic nature of the principles of some really important terms you can easily apply them. Also, we get to know the feelings of true fear etc. The main feature is that we have to work on the things mentioned in this book. So thus we can find what actually it wants to tell us. I really appreciate words chosen by author. Such a beautiful language and plot. Sophia you really written an essence of helping literature. Lastly recommend all to read this short and sweet book.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Britanny 🌷

    This book is perfect to read right before constructing a New Years Resolution because it offers amazing tips for a better life. For me, I can definitely see yoga teachers and counselors handing this book out to their students/patients to not only help give them a better look at life, but also to help guide them in the right direction. With only being 53 pages long, it’s super easy and fast to read so I highly recommend this book to anyone looking to start the new year fresh and in a positive way This book is perfect to read right before constructing a New Years Resolution because it offers amazing tips for a better life. For me, I can definitely see yoga teachers and counselors handing this book out to their students/patients to not only help give them a better look at life, but also to help guide them in the right direction. With only being 53 pages long, it’s super easy and fast to read so I highly recommend this book to anyone looking to start the new year fresh and in a positive way.

  14. 4 out of 5

    The Modern Bookzilla

    Good for self help This was a great self help read. It was short but it got tho the point of what needs to be done to improve or enhance one's life. I love how the author separates each topic into its own section with sub sections instead of putting it all together making it easier for us readers to know exactly what self help subject is needing focus at the moment. Good for self help This was a great self help read. It was short but it got tho the point of what needs to be done to improve or enhance one's life. I love how the author separates each topic into its own section with sub sections instead of putting it all together making it easier for us readers to know exactly what self help subject is needing focus at the moment.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Sophia Kaankuka

    Wonderful contents!

  16. 4 out of 5

    BINSHA ANAS

    It is a typical "food for thought" book. Though a very short book, each line made me stop and think for a while. There are no humungous theories or motivational techniques in it, yet I liked it how it is. Some thoughts which passed through my mind amazed me myself.No motivational books can help you if you decide to give-up.Ultimately what matters is your belief in you and your strength to rise up from your fall. My favourites from the book "Relief... vanishes fear from you... its a power.. an ener It is a typical "food for thought" book. Though a very short book, each line made me stop and think for a while. There are no humungous theories or motivational techniques in it, yet I liked it how it is. Some thoughts which passed through my mind amazed me myself.No motivational books can help you if you decide to give-up.Ultimately what matters is your belief in you and your strength to rise up from your fall. My favourites from the book "Relief... vanishes fear from you... its a power.. an energy" "... above all, be best of yourself" Anyone can read it for a different and simple read.

  17. 4 out of 5

    maiaisreading

  18. 4 out of 5

    Isla Mccallion

  19. 4 out of 5

    Courtney

  20. 5 out of 5

    Kayle

  21. 5 out of 5

    Phillip Dunn

  22. 4 out of 5

    Jenni Gard

  23. 5 out of 5

    Marty

  24. 4 out of 5

    Dawn

  25. 5 out of 5

    Brittany Lee | Healing Happy

  26. 5 out of 5

    Joanna Wyatt

  27. 5 out of 5

    Ayushi (lens.of.a.reader)

  28. 4 out of 5

    Tori (Book Chick)

  29. 4 out of 5

    Makarena

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kelsey Leonard

  31. 5 out of 5

    Rylie

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