Friday, October 28, 2016
According the Deida, his book is not just for those in male bodies, but for those who find themselves associating more with the divine masculine. Overall, I liked the contents of the book. It strongly encourages the reader to take charge of himself, his emotions, and his actions. There were other parts I found a bit troubling, but are resolved in later chapters. In the first on Dealing with Women he basically says to dismiss and ignore what they say, but in later chapters he expands to state he means to look beneath her complaints for the underlying issue to use that time to focus on oneself.
I think this is a good basic book on getting started to rebuild ones character into a new format.
Friday, October 21, 2016
I felt that Weschler handled the material in a sensitive, respectful, and relatable way. While reading it I found myself wishing I had had a guide to my fertility like this when I was a teen. Parents will want to personally review it before giving it to a daughter or other young woman, of course, but I highly recommend this book for young women who need to know a bit more than just the basics of her menstrual cycle coming once a month.
More by this Author:
Taking Charge of Your Fertility
Care and Keeping of You 2
Friday, October 7, 2016
As is often the case with novels of this type, the novel itself is largely predictable often to the point of absurdity. Still, the stories that accompany each charm are filled with emotion that may conjure the reader's own memories. Although it is nothing special, this light novel kept me entertained and made me smile.