The Playful Mind by Paul Daniel (Book Review #1394)

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‘The playful mind’ is a non-fiction self-help book about overcoming those blockages and frameworks we have adopted as we grew up. These prevent us from engaging with what is happening in front of us and preoccupy our thoughts.

The author enables the reader to understand and learn how to remove sources interfering with our happiness. It is practical and engaging. The book is written well and allows the reader to think well after they have finished the book.

The concepts presented were well thought out and worth considering. The content is somewhat philosophical, and since it provides tips, it can be used as a source for the mind.

I recommend this book to those seeking happiness, just like they were when they were kids.

Written by Jeyran Main

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