In 2013 my father fell seriously ill, as his life changed so did our relationship. As I watched his life slip away, I began to re-examine my own life. That’s when I decided to chronicle my journey through this period of change. The traps that I fell into while trying to live up to the ideals he had passed on to me. Feeling lost, I tried to buy happiness, only to find that I was caught up in a cycle of spending, debt, and deeper unhappiness. I was spiraling downward into an emotional abyss. Then, after years of riding this “unhappiness cycle” I realized that I had to reinvent myself. So I adopted a way of life that brought me peace and contentment and a way out of the unhappiness cycle. Only then did I realize who I was and who I wanted to be.
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Slowly, I Start To See: The Person I Want To Be based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
This is a very inspirational book. The author describes how caring for his father he started thinking about his own life. Unhappy with living his life as he was taught to, he did some soul searching and starting doing the things in life that made him happy, both personally and professionally. A great book for all ages.