"I cannot get this wrong"

I've written the book I so wish I could have read when in the depths of my own darkness and hopelessness.

Dr. Sarah Madigan, Transformational Coach & Author

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Trail in Woods

I just know that something good is going to happen.  I don't know when, but just saying it could even make it happen.

 

—  Kate Bush

The review of all book reviews

I bought this last night and read three quarters of it in one go...it was brilliant. It struck so many chords with me . Dr. Madigan was so honest in her own struggles. Some self help books can come across as a bit patronising but Dr. Madigan has written hers in a very relatable style and she is so honest and empathetic. It was such a positive book and as I managed to tear myself away lol, I felt really positive - especially when she highlights that our past lives do not define us and we need to live in the present. I think this will resonate with a lot of people as some of us, me included, tend to either live in our past or worry about the future. She comes across as a very dynamic person who has obviously suffered immensely but has turned it around to live a life of authenticity and gratitude. Like nothing is impossible. I am going to pass this on to my daughter too as sadly, she suffers anxiety like me, although mine is managed with medication these days. I am really enjoying reading this book - it was like having a friend talking to you face to face . Often with depression and anxiety, in my own experience, you can feel so alone but reading this book, I felt a connection and it boosted me. Some parts of it resonated with me so much. It was almost as if I could see myself in my past. I am so self critical and reading the book, it gave me an epiphany. I read avidly but sometimes there are books which really stand out and speak to you. Wonderful.

Anonnymous