The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life
The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck is a Self-Help book that helps readers improve themselves by changing their way of thinking when facing difficulties in everyday life, but not by running away or expressing. out that I am always happy to be happy, which by accepting a few unhappy moments to resolve and overcome. By changing his mindset when he sees the problem, The Subtle Art of Not Giving A Fck proudly proclaims “The Self-Help book for people who hate Self-Help books” .
Who is this book for?
As stated above, The Subtle Art of Not Giving A Fck is a Self-Help book for those who hate Self-Help books :)) But according to Da Sang, this book is probably for everyone. . For our lives are never free from adversity, difficulties or sadness, or frustration, although the magnitude may vary from situation to situation. Everything in life requires us to make choices, and making decisions is always a difficult process.
Feeling after reading?
Da Sang Khoe did not immediately buy this book when family members ordered and posted photos on instagram earlier this year. But to be honest, it was also due to “long drizzling rain”, seeing people bustling to share, even friends said it well, then decided to close the purchase. And Da Sang Khoe bought the English version, not the Vietnamese version, “The delicate art of” not interested “by translator Thanh Huong – Literature Publishing House. So all reviews of Da Sang Khoi will be about the English version only!
The time when Healthy Light came to The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fck also fell at the moment when Healthy Light was trying to overcome the sadness of being “out of love” by her. After a period of sadness for a week, I decided to present myself as a strong person and didn’t want to indulge in sadness or negative feelings. Healthy Bright Skin changes to a “mode” to live happy-healthy life, enjoy life. Although my mood is really bad, I also turn on the mode “maximum fun” with the point “fake it till you make it” . Everything seems fine, but the feeling on my left chest is still really not good, even though I try to deny it. And then I read this book.