The Sky is Green and the Grass is Blue by Deb Scott
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Deb Scott doesn’t stop at the face or chin left. She gives you the whole soul lift in this gem! If you have problems and you’re looking for solutions, your life is about to transform in “The Sky is Green and The Grass is Blue.”
“Why me?” We’ve all been there. And if you ever wished you were never born, the author gives you a second look at life through the eyes of the famous George Bailey in the 1946 classic, “It’s a Wonderful Life.” Deb Scott presents just about everything imaginable that can go wrong in your life, and provides you the fix in her book.
You’ll discover just how much blood, sweat and tears it takes to survive marriage, alcoholism, drug abuse, depression, financial challenges and many other problems people experience in their day-to-day lives. Whatever you’re feeling, the author takes you down that road with insight that shows you how to turn your sky blue and grass green again.
What I especially like about the book is that the tone is warm with the intensity of a close friend listening and caring about you. Even though the author is not academically approved like Dr. Phil, she brings proof and common sense that anyone can live in peace and with purpose in their life.
You’ll takeaway some simply and easy steps to answer the tough questions. You’ll find a smile at the root of your problem. You’ll understand why happiness is so easy to achieve. You’ll learn how to identify what makes you feel bad and why.
The story is a breath of fresh air, and I highly recommend this read. The author inspires you to find fulfillment and to become a happier person. The book does not disappoint!
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