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I Know You're In There Somewhere

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This book felt uniquely helpful in its practical application that began right from the start. You can tell that Grammas is a life coach, and this is hugely beneficial for people looking into self actualization because it contains a lot of action or reflection pieces that make it helpful.

Thank you to NetGalley and to the publisher for this ARC in exchange for an honest review.

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I am grateful to have received an ARC of this book from Amal Grammas via NetGalley and I am voluntarily leaving this honest review. Personally, I deeply disliked the framing of the drama cycle personalities. I have my doubts about the reliability or sound basis of this approach, since the author (who is not a medical professional) takes concepts with their roots in childhood trauma and frames them as personal failings, with judgemental names such as 'The Whiny Martyr'. I strongly believe that self-compassion unlocks potential, as opposed to giving fuel to the inner critic, so I would not personally recommend this book, especially to anyone who is struggling with any kind of serious self-doubt, insecurity, or any level of mental illness e.g. anxiety/depression. Thank you for allowing me to give this book a go.

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