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Life is never perfect! When option A is not available, there is option B…
Sheryl Sandberg is Facebook’s chief operating officer. Option B is about how Sheryl Sandberg was able to put her life back together after the unexpected death of her husband Dave Goldberg.
Sheryl is extremely open throughout this book, which makes you feel that you are reading her memoir. She explains her own experiences along with research and principles for building resilience in personal lives and in workplaces. Sheryl Sandberg questions what helps people cope with distress and move on. Self-esteem, optimism, or self-compassion? Why do we only find compassion for others, but not ourselves? She tells us how self-compassion and journaling became a key part of her recovery.
This book is beneficial for both men and women. It is not only for people who suffer from losing someone, but also who lost a job, has a serious illness, or is a victim of sexual assault…

 
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6.012 Patron-Generated Content

04/27/2011
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