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This is an excellent resource for making connections and positive changes in our lives. The author has years of work in this field and she writes passionately with much insight. It's not a light read and it took me a long time to work through it. Highly recommended for those who want to make meaningful changes in their lives.

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Connection: How to Find the Life You're Looking for in the Life You Have by Kristine Klussman, PhD
Publisher: Sounds True
Genre: Self-Help
Publication Date: April 13, 2021

Connection: How to Find the Life You're Looking for in the Life You Have by Kristine Klussman, PhD is an interesting resource, filled with tips on improving your life & relationships.

I found this to be a great read with a lot of information. This is not a book to skim or give casual attention to. To gain the most from this book will require your full attention.

That being said, I look forward to reading this again to see what I pick up this time that I missed my first time through. Be prepared to take notes. This is a great resource!

I'm so grateful to Kristine Klussman, PhD, Sounds True, and NetGalley for providing me with a free copy of this ARC ebook in exchange for my honest review.

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Highly recommended. Klussman offers useful strategies and suggetions to create a more meaningful life. I will be recommending this book to my students.

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Connection by Kristine Klussman is the kind of book you pick up when you are looking for answers to deep-rooted questions. Having read it twice, I can say that it is not for everyone, but it does have a few pointers that might be of immense benefit to some.

Connection is an argument for fulfilment and joy through being in touch with ourselves and others. The author believes doing this will not only pull us towards self-knowledge but also enrich those we meet along the way.

The author's background as a psychologist lends this work much credibility. The examples offered in the book do a good job of buttressing the author's points on the importance of solitude, the value of starting small, and how to take joy in the smallest of things. The life problems the author brings up in this book are tangible, and the solutions she proffers aren't of a quick-fix variety.

This is not an easy book to read, requiring focus and freshness of mind. Also, there is a bit of repetition here and there, but it is not enough to take away from the strength of the prose.

For people on a search for meaning. It is for those who have tried a lot of things that didn't work out but are still willing to give it another shot.

Many thanks to Sounds True for review copy.

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