You Have No Right To Stay Broken

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A book review of You Have No Right to Stay Broken: A Story Guided Roadmap to Self-Actualization by Tashiyanna Noel

A book review of You Have No Right to Stay Broken: A Story Guided Roadmap to Self-Actualization by Tashiyanna Noel

Stars: ****

Self-Published (2022)
150 pages

Disclosure: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. This post contains affiliate links.

Summary: How many times have you been broken because you were trying to prove yourself?

We can spend years trying to mold ourselves to fit the expectations of others, and still not measure up to their standards. Meanwhile society conditions us to be ashamed of such disappointments. “Failure is not an option.” “Look on the bright side.” “Good vibes only.”

The more these positivity mantras are ingrained in us, the more we forget that life is a journey, and in order to enjoy the highs we must embrace the lows.

What you have experienced—all your feelings and struggles, every chapter of your story—is needed to help bring into existence the unique individual that is you.

But now it’s time…

Time to notice patterns, increase your understanding of who you are and why, and make a choice. You have no right to stay broken. You have the right to feel, live, and love deeply and profoundly.

Some say, “Life is hard. Then you die.” But what if it isn’t? What if I could help you see that and give you an opportunity to change your mind? The world is in need of bright, authentic souls that know how to experience emotions and love openly. A fulfilling life is your prerogative. Let me help you discover it

You Have No Right to Stay Broken

This book is about getting through hard times and not getting stuck in the victim mentality. It is written from a Christian perspective.

Each chapter has you reading from the life of the author and then a tool is introduced to use for circumstances similar to what the author went through. It also includes an exercise for you to do.

The chapter titles give you an idea of what is discussed: The Formative Years, The Erraticism of Young Adulthood, What is Love, The Relationship Should’ve Never Been, Feeling Lost, The Tunnel (therapy), For My Sake, The Journey to Self-Healing, Alternative Therapy, Health Lies in Living, Sometimes Losses Are Necessary, I Choose Good Energy and The Future is All Hope.

In between the chapters are pages with quotes but they look like colouring pages and they make me want to colour. I don’t know if it’s designed that way but you can totally colour them in.

Overall it’s a good little self-help book if you feel like you need to focus on lots of areas of your life.

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About Kathleen

I've been a nonfiction lover for as long as I can remember. I love children's nonfiction as well and love to share my knowledge and the books I gained them from, with the world. I wish more people would give nonfiction a chance.