The Nine Rooms of Happiness: Loving Yourself, Finding Your Purpose, and Getting Over Life's Little Imperfections

The Nine Rooms of Happiness: Loving Yourself, Finding Your Purpose, and Getting Over Life's Little Imperfections

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NANAVA More than 1 year ago
This book has really made me think about the reason why I do things, and it is very inspiring, however, I have had trouble reading it. I am usually the kind of reader that when I get a new book I read it fast like in about a week or so. But this book even inspiring it gets me tired, I have read like other three books while reading this one, it just does not keep me interested for some reason. I am getting almost to the end, I keep trying just because I believe is teaching me something.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have had the pleasure of hearing Mrs. Danzinger and Mrs. Birndrof speak about this book and their experience in person, and I have to admit that i thought, "Wait, There's no WAY they transferred their natural energies and SO-ASUPER intelligent thoughts into mere words to be put on these pages." Oh, how wrong I was. This book is for young (or middle aged!) women who are successful, have great things in their lives, but just can't seem to peg themselves as completely "happy." What is holding you back? Can you even identify it? Is it a brush with perfectionism? Are you seeing today through a "filter" from your childhood or past years? Can you enjoy an experience in the moment, or only through retrospective, rose-colored goggles? This book will help you answer these questions and more. Moreover, the book is laid out well, the chapters are short and very digestible, and there's even a "short-cut to the book" two pages (35-36, i think), to which you can refer back even after reading that does a great job of summarizing the arguments. Actually, looking at those pages would be a great way to review what you're getting into before you buy. These women's sense of humor comes through their words, and i often found myself laughing out loud while reading. I highly recommend this book!
suzieknittingmama More than 1 year ago
I recently read The Nine Rooms of Happiness and found it to be the most inspiring self-help book I've seen in a long time. The author makes the topics relate back to the everyday woman, whether she is a housewife or a career woman. The theory of the Nine Rooms that make up a woman's "house" is spot-on and makes sense all around. The writing style makes it an enjoyable read, and the lessons inside give the reader something to take with them as they journey down the long road called life. It's a definite plus that the author is the editor of Self magazine, and is really in touch with women across America. I will absolutely be reading this book again!
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