Stand Firm: Resisting the Self-Improvement Craze

Book review by Deane Barker
tags: self-improvement
2017
Svend Brinkmann
152
6/10

Interesting book on resisting the drive for self-improvement. Discusses how trying to improve ourselves can be toxic and lead us into constantly thinking that we’re not worthy. The book encourages people to be happy with what they have, rather than constantly thinking that it’s not enough.

It was okay. It suffers from the unavoidable fact that it’s a self-improvement book talking about how crappy self-improvement is.

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