- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 2617 KB
- Print Length: 226 pages
- Publisher: Manjul Publishing House (1 December 2017)
- Sold by: Amazon Asia-Pacific Holdings Private Limited
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07D2GN1SN
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Customer Reviews: 3,916 customer ratings
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #10 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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How to Stop Worrying and Start Living Kindle Edition
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Why we shouldn't be atheists with the same old religious nagging "if religion is false, life is meaningless."
I pity such narcissistic people who think the Universe cares to validate human existence.
Also the author says turning to religion will cure your worries. I don't know maybe religion can serve as a placebo for many but if you force a mind to bow to an unproven hypothesis, you are extinguishing the flames of science.
Overall, this is the first and the last book I'm reading of this author.
This book really made me stop worrying ( might not be 100% but much helpful to stop worry) for the things that are going wrong in my life.. life is worth living.. live it and enjoy it..
(Last One or 2 lessons i felt bored)
Top international reviews
Yes the book is dated & has some religious quotes in there for good measure BUT it works, go to bed at night & read a new chapter It may have been written along time ago but why should that alter anything? Stress is stress, worry is worry, anxiety is anxiety.
At the end of every chapter there are a few helpful lines on the chapter you’ve just read which I find as being quite helpful in carrying out/remembering what to do.
A fine example of doing what it says on the tin a 10/10 self help book for me as long as you try to carry out doing what it advises to do.
I recommend the audio book version because I found the Narrator to be excellent and sounds like an old friend.
I would play the book when going out for a long drive or a longer walk and have listened to it’s entirety around five or six times.
If you have past events that you really need to move on from but are struggling to then you really should listen to this book.
Whilst it may not really tell you much more than you already know (a lot of it is about taking a logical, common sense approach), reading real world anecdotes helps to put things into perspective and give you the inspiration to help to try and make a change.
There are some parts that do tie in heavily with religious beliefs, which is not for everyone, but this can be skipped over if you prefer.
Overall a good book which provides a framework for you to adapt to help deal better with your own worries.
I highly recommend it
Dale Carnegie’s books tend to follow the same format in that he explains a situation, gives advice on the situation, then uses real life stories to deepen the readers understanding of how his advice is best utilised.
I enjoyed reading this book however, the examples Carnegie uses are dated and most of the people in his stories I have never heard of because I am too young.