Category Archives: Book Reviews

Don’t Feed the Monkey Mind

Don’t Feed the Monkey Mind: How to Stop the Cycle of Anxiety, Fear, and Worry is a very hard and boring read. The writing is atrocious and repetitive, especially with the same few examples of Maria, Eric and Samantha used by the author to illustrate the points. The points raised were also not convincing at… Read More »

The Power of Showing Up

If you have read the authors’ earlier works, The Power of Showing Up will appear wholly unnecessary. It’s repetitive, replete with fillers and offers very little new insights. While the authors urged parents not to stress over imperfections in their parenting approaches, many parts of this book seemed hellbent on guilt-tripping parents or making them… Read More »

Spy The Lie

Looking at the cover design of Spy The Lie, you might have thought this book is like Thomas Erikson’s “Surrounded by…” series. But any similarity stops here. Unlike Surrounded by Idiots and all other spin-offs, the content in Spy The Lie is grounded on some solid scientific methodologies, not pure conjectures. Unlike the “real-life examples”… Read More »