Loving Ordinary Life: The Self-Help Book for People Who Are Tired of Self-Help Books

Loving Ordinary Life The Self Help Book for People Who Are Tired of Self Help Books Loving Ordinary Life is written for us living emotional people We all want to live a happy life but we can easily fall into a state of despondency We prefer to smile but often we frown We like bein

  • Title: Loving Ordinary Life: The Self-Help Book for People Who Are Tired of Self-Help Books
  • Author: Anastasia Petrenko
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  • Page: 464
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  • Loving Ordinary Life is written for us living, emotional people.We all want to live a happy life, but we can easily fall into a state of despondency We prefer to smile, but often we frown.We like being inspired, but most likely, we can t recall the last time when we were.There are many books and courses about self motivation and inspiration You might have heard hunLoving Ordinary Life is written for us living, emotional people.We all want to live a happy life, but we can easily fall into a state of despondency We prefer to smile, but often we frown.We like being inspired, but most likely, we can t recall the last time when we were.There are many books and courses about self motivation and inspiration You might have heard hundreds of platitudes and affirmations Each of them sounds valid but their utility is limited when you actually find yourself stuck in a pit of pain and despair.Loving Ordinary Life is meant to make a functional difference It s not a treatment for depression It is about living a life where depression has no place.Loving Ordinary Life is your guide It is designed so that you can open any page and find the inspiration to act and improve your life when you re feeling down Each chapter in Loving Ordinary Life is a tool for moving from a negative idle state to a positive proactive state It displays to you the art of being present, free, and genuine every day.If you want to be fulfilled and enjoy life , if you re open to quality changes, Loving Ordinary Life will become your loyal companion.Everything is within your power You are the master of your life How you experience it depends only on you Take the lead Very little is needed to make a happy life it is all within yourself, in your way of thinking Marcus Aurelius

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    1. Inviting and pleasant to look through in a leisurely pace, Loving Ordinary Life is an entertaining introduction to light-hearted yet practical personal development concepts. The art style complements the prose rather well. I would recommend this for young people looking for an easy-to-digest alternative to the overly complex and esoteric self-help gurus of today.


    2. I am a Buddhist, and had a psychotherapeutic practice for 22 years. In this little book, I found many of the tools I use in my daily life, and have taught to hundreds of people who were able to use them to move toward a more positive way of looking at the world. So, I didn’t learn anything new -- but you might.Written in lively, clear language that speaks to young people, “Loving Ordinary Life” is a good resource for those many sufferers of ongoing dissatisfaction who don’t know why. Onl [...]


    3. I was sent this book for my honest review.If anyone on here knows me personally, you'll know I suffer self hate from time to time. There are times where I can't stand myself and I feel like I'm getting nowhere in life. I would constantly go to others for guidance and I've never felt comfortable talking to someone. I just had to find the one thing that did make me comfortable. Reading. When I was asked to review this book, I couldn't turn it down. I knew deep down it could really help me learn to [...]


    4. This is a short, sweet, somewhat childish looking book, written by Anastasia Petrenko and illustrated by Rina Kapustina,  that might be one of the better self help books I have seen. As a general rule, if I am looking for self help, I go to the internet. I can be honest. And usually, I am a little disappointed. This book didn't follow that trend, because it isn't trying to be like the other self help books.It is very short. This book focuses on various aspects of life, how they reflect on us, a [...]


    5. Loving Ordinary Life is a self-help book at its core, but it's more than that. For me, it was more inspiring and realistic. There are no crazy, out-there things you should do to make yourself happy or live a better life. Loving Ordinary Life is a book for normal, everyday people who just want to find simple ways to make life more fulfilling and happy.I enjoyed the easy-going, simplistic advice of the book. It focused more on using your senses to heighten your experiences, no matter how boring or [...]


    6. Living Ordinary Life by Anastasia Petrenko is a light-hearted self-help book which is both quick to read and easy to digest.Though the message tried to convey in this book is nothing different from the other gazillion self-help books, this book wins on the aesthetics part. I loved the basic design of the book, the vibrant yet soft colours used and the quirky fonts and illustrations. It is a fairly quick read, I read it under an hour, so it doesn't go on for ages like other self-help books. That' [...]


    7. Great reminderSometimes its good to read a book like this as our reminder that we r not perfect, we r different from others and we decide our own happiness, not others.


    8. Are you tired of the typical "self-help" books? Then this might be for you. Rather than focus on experimental treatments from around the world or a surreal look at the ins and outs of the self-help world, author Anastasia Petrenko introduces readers to Loving Ordinary Life: a self help book for people who are tired of self-help books. The short and easy read is a simple guide on how to be your best self without changing yourself and learning to accept who you are in the most loving way possible. [...]


    9. “Loving Ordinary Life” by Anastasia Petrenko is a book intended to lift your spirits and even share some tips on how to know one’s feelings or reactions better.What I mostly love about it is how it encourages us to open up to what makes us feel good and happy and not to be afraid of being sad or down. Life is made of high and lows, happiness and sadness, but what is important is how we manage to bring ourselves from that down point to a floating line. And we can achieve that by getting to [...]


    10. The book has a collection of self help ideas summarised in an easy and jargon free way. Implementing it in our lives might not be easy and I thought the book could improve by showing how the steps to put it into practice. The illuatrations were good and I enjoyed reading the book overall.


    11. Another self help book, telling what needs to be done but falls short on the how to go about doing it.Example: “Surround yourself with people who are optimistic and open to new experiences.” The book describes in detail what you should do (look at your friends and acquaintances: who commands your respect, who do you want to be around?) , but what if you are starting from ground zero, you don’t have positive people surrounding you, you are introverted and a people pleaser?. And how do you e [...]


    12. I highly recommend this book. I've read self help books before, or motivational books but they were nothing like this. This is a very easy, and fun read, with lots of colors, meaningful quotes, and easy to understand language for any reader. It was very inspirational, and something any person can relate to in order to better understand ourselves, life, and to find out how to better enjoy it with simple steps anyone can do. This book isn't long either which I liked, it was short and sweet, and so [...]


    13. I liked the simplicity of the novel and how it didn't contain all the vernacular and medical definitions that other self help books sometimes contain. The title is accurate, in that it is a self help book for those who don't enjoy other ones. However, I think it lacked in content. I felt as if he provided simple ways to help without explaining how to achieve them. I also really liked all of the quotes the book contained and how simple it was to read. Sometimes less is more when trying to help so [...]


    14. I received this book by accident--apparently, someone recommended me as a reviewer. Okay, I said, but it will take a while for me to read it. Which turned out not to be the case, because this is a very short book.It's rather a big statement to suggest your self-help book is for people who are tired of self-help books, but Ms. Petrenko is correct. The first chapter was more of the same, but as I continued, a chapter a day (so the simple suggestions could sink in), she wore me down. The layout, wi [...]


    15. Living Ordinary Life by Anastasia Petrenko is a light-hearted self-help book which is both quick to read and easy to digest.Though the message tried to convey in this book is nothing different from the other gazillion self-help books, this book wins on the aesthetics part. I loved the basic design of the book, the vibrant yet soft colours used and the quirky fonts and illustrations. It is a fairly quick read, I read it under an hour, so it doesn't go on for ages like other self-help books. That' [...]


    16. Easy read; over simplified contentThis book was a quick read, I'll give it that. But it read like someone talking​ at me for an hour straight. True to it's name, it talks about how anyone could live a simple and fulfilling life. I like the sections the book is broken into, but not the explanations under them. I wish there had been more personal experiences or practical tips in the book. For example, anecdotes on how the author overcame depression (which is mentioned in the 'about the author' s [...]


    17. I was drawn to this book because of the description, which promised to deliver a self help book unlike all the others out there. I have to say that the book delivered on this promise! I like self-help books and have read a lot of them. But I’ve tried many of the teachings set forth in other self-help books, such as affirmations, positive thinking, and so on, but the benefits of these methods always fell short for me. This book teaches you how to turn your negative thoughts into positive, empow [...]


    18. I like the idea of this book, it just feels like I read something I already knew. It’s advice that you get from everyone in this sort of field. It just felt like I was reading advice and encouragement without the depth or tips on how to achieve it. I think this is better suited for children, giving them the building blocks without the weighty medical terms and definitions. Still a sweet, positive idea even if the images are a bit much. I like the curly ribbon banner along the top though, that [...]


    19. I don't normally read self help books of any kind. This book had a friendly and happy vibe to it. It will help you to live an ordinary life as the title suggests. The tactics and suggestions really do help the reader in their time of need. The book as it has been written well, is easy to use and understand and it is small enough to be able to use anywhere and everywhere. A really helpful book.


    20. Simple and positive; Uplifting Who can count the books written to encourage positive thinking and its benefits? Too many to count.What I loved about this book is that it doesn’t take itself too seriously. It׳s simple, refreshing and when Anastasia is finished saying what she wants to say she just ends the book. Clear and eminently readable,


    21. I borrowed this book through Kindle Unlimited. I was very much happy to read the facts presented. Living ordinary life is indeed leading a contented life even when there are storms all around you. What matters most is whether you are at peace with yourself or are you still obsessed or controlling things.Beautiful book - The best book in reviving self.:-)



    22. While I was waiting for this book to arrive through the post, I was expecting it to be a kind of self help book that you sit down and read through it all page by page, and while you could do that, I was pleasantly surprised that this book was exactly as its tag line had suggested. It is a kind of self help book for those fed up of the usual kind! Perfect! I found this book very easy to read, and its the kind of book you can carry about in your bag, (its quite small) and you can open any page at [...]


    23. I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.Loving Ordinary Life: The Self-Help Book for People Who Are Tired of Self-Help Books by Anastasia Petrenko is a self help book as the title says but with a nice twist.It deals with fundamental issues that are in every persons mind. Issues like Self-awareness, lifestyle, Nature, Recreation and many more are presented and analyzed.Throughout the book there is a positive that made me feel good about myself and also allowe [...]


    24. Short but it was worth reading I’ve enjoyed reading this book comes in quick bites, that makes you think, question your feeling and keeps you fired up to make it through the day.I was feeling frustrated with some news today, then I opened the book and saw this. And I realised that I can only change myself. I can’t force change in others. I just have to hope that they find the right path themselves. I know that there are plenty of these books around, but the books free at the minute so what [...]


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