This is a great book.
In , presents an incredibly persuasive case for how medicalized we’ve made the normal human emotions of sadness, anxiety and other unfun feelings (and how dangerous that is) while giving us an existential handbook on how to deal with life’s challenges by creating an authentic life packed with meaning.
If you or someone you know suffers from what we typically refer to as “depression,” I think you’ll dig it—especially if a part of you has always wondered whether we all *really* need to be popping Prozac like their tic tacs.
As one of the world’s leading creativity coaches, you’d kinda expect him to be on top of things but his level of creative production and follow-through and overall goodness have been deeply inspiring for me.
Each time I read one of his books I feel like I get a clue on how he rocks it and I’m excited to share a handful of my favorite Big Ideas from his newest book!
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