For years, I had heard people discussing this book, but due to my tendency to avoid personal matters, I refrained from reading it. However, in the past year, I found a compelling reason to finally dive into its pages, and I’m grateful that I did. The book imparted a valuable lesson on placing my parents in their rightful roles and refraining from assuming a parental role myself. This newfound perspective brought me immense peace and created mental space for new experiences. Embracing the idea of allowing my parents to navigate their own paths has been remarkably tranquil, enabling me to redirect my focus towards self-discovery. Does this sound familiar? Read it and find out 😉