Title: Fear Of Being Average
Author: Renu Kalathil
Publisher: Self published via KDP Amazon
Genre: Self-help, Personal Transformation
First Publication: 2020
Book Summary: Fear Of Being Average by Renu Kalathil
In the end, you will be comfortable with the thought of Fear of Being Average. Your thoughts will be provoked with step-by-step procedure and methods that you will know how to handle such fears. Whether you are looking at developing your confidence or working on self-love etc. this covers it all. This is more suitable as a daily dose of motivation and reminders than as a read for once in a lifetime.
Book Review: Fear Of Being Average by Renu Kalathil
I have seen people around me tried to be all and everything. We want to be great friends, beautiful partners, competent employees, having an accomplished career, amazing parents, and …. filial children. In contrast, playing out those roles as correctly as we endeavor, somehow, feelings of shame or inadequacy or being average mess up our heads. For someone who always strives for perfection to feel worthy and valuable, reading Fear of Being Average by Renu Kalathil will help you with your struggles for lack of worthiness. This step by step guide to overcome inadequacy is ultimately relatable and authentic. Renu Kalathil emphasizes individual worthiness even when we don’t become all that or be everything we hoped for.
Unravelling wholehearted life guideposts, Fear Of Being Average by Renu Kalathil is unlike any other self-help books. Readers get a feel of reading a memoir rather than just getting pointers to improve and reinvent their own lives. The book focuses on the lack of worthiness and shame and using those vulnerable moments for a turning point and breakthrough.
Renu Kalathil really speaks the truth and talks about important issues that are part of our lives. But it takes time, effort and great amount of work on yourself to get to that state of mind she’s talking about. We easily fall into routine and complain about it, but not everyone is willing to break the cycle.
The writing style is very conversational. It’s like you’re sitting in a coffee shop, talking with the author over steaming cups of coffee. She is warm and understanding knowing we are so alike and are all going through this life wanting to make it the best we can. She wants to help us learn how to do live a wholehearted life by sharing her personal stories and what she has learned in her research.
I recommend this book to those who are looking for a way to embrace where they are; to readers of self-help books for I think this is one of the best.