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"Mathews identifies a psychological pattern that largely goes unrecognized, but which is epidemic, and she offers sound, solid solutions. This very wise book deserves a wide reception."--Larry Dossey, MD, author of One Mind Stop Being Good and Start Getting Real Rediscover your true self with Letting Go of Good, an empowering guide to dismantling the false connection between "Mathews identifies a psychological pattern that largely goes unrecognized, but which is epidemic, and she offers sound, solid solutions. This very wise book deserves a wide reception."--Larry Dossey, MD, author of One Mind Stop Being Good and Start Getting Real Rediscover your true self with Letting Go of Good, an empowering guide to dismantling the false connection between being good and being worthy. While exposing the dangers of the guilt-led life, practicing psychotherapist Andrea Mathews shares innovative tools and techniques for healing, including how to understand and dialogue with emotions, develop intuition and discernment, and make decisions from a place of honest desire and compassion. Featuring a foreword by Thomas Moore, author of Care of the Soul, this book provides the guidance you need to embrace the real, authentic you. With illuminating composite examples from Andrea's clinical experience and a powerful exploration of the pathway to healing, Letting Go of Good presents a breakthrough approach to creating genuine relationships and awakening your true self to find peace. Praise: "In this wonderful book, Andrea offers an important and insightful message for those seeking the next step in a life of freedom."--Jonathan Ellerby, PhD, bestselling author of Return to the Sacred "This beautifully expressed book is a true gift for those many who feel lost or depressed about the celebration of life."--Nancy Qualls-Corbett, PhD, author of The Sacred Prostitute: Eternal Aspects of the Feminine and Awakening Woman "Andrea Mathews not only understands the depths to which we go to remain in the human condition, but also the purity of the soul in that collaboration. Letting Go of Good: Dispel the Myth of Goodness to Find Your Genuine Self is a powerful bridge between the two, allowing the authentic self to emerge beyond the identity."--Simran Singh, life mentor, award-winning author of Conversations with the Universe, and media creator for 11:11 Magazine


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"Mathews identifies a psychological pattern that largely goes unrecognized, but which is epidemic, and she offers sound, solid solutions. This very wise book deserves a wide reception."--Larry Dossey, MD, author of One Mind Stop Being Good and Start Getting Real Rediscover your true self with Letting Go of Good, an empowering guide to dismantling the false connection between "Mathews identifies a psychological pattern that largely goes unrecognized, but which is epidemic, and she offers sound, solid solutions. This very wise book deserves a wide reception."--Larry Dossey, MD, author of One Mind Stop Being Good and Start Getting Real Rediscover your true self with Letting Go of Good, an empowering guide to dismantling the false connection between being good and being worthy. While exposing the dangers of the guilt-led life, practicing psychotherapist Andrea Mathews shares innovative tools and techniques for healing, including how to understand and dialogue with emotions, develop intuition and discernment, and make decisions from a place of honest desire and compassion. Featuring a foreword by Thomas Moore, author of Care of the Soul, this book provides the guidance you need to embrace the real, authentic you. With illuminating composite examples from Andrea's clinical experience and a powerful exploration of the pathway to healing, Letting Go of Good presents a breakthrough approach to creating genuine relationships and awakening your true self to find peace. Praise: "In this wonderful book, Andrea offers an important and insightful message for those seeking the next step in a life of freedom."--Jonathan Ellerby, PhD, bestselling author of Return to the Sacred "This beautifully expressed book is a true gift for those many who feel lost or depressed about the celebration of life."--Nancy Qualls-Corbett, PhD, author of The Sacred Prostitute: Eternal Aspects of the Feminine and Awakening Woman "Andrea Mathews not only understands the depths to which we go to remain in the human condition, but also the purity of the soul in that collaboration. Letting Go of Good: Dispel the Myth of Goodness to Find Your Genuine Self is a powerful bridge between the two, allowing the authentic self to emerge beyond the identity."--Simran Singh, life mentor, award-winning author of Conversations with the Universe, and media creator for 11:11 Magazine

30 review for Letting Go of Good: Dispel the Myth of Goodness to Find Your Genuine Self

  1. 4 out of 5

    Tena

    I won this in a GOODREADS giveaway. I know, I know... ANOTHER self-help book. HOWEVER, this one might actually stick! Give it a whirl... you only have years of baggage to risk losing.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Kristina

    3.5 stars. Maybe I’m missing something, but my experience of this read is that the author doesn’t reference any research or theories. It seems like an academic topic but is written like someone’s opinion solely. I expected a more concrete read here, and maybe that’s my fault. What did resonate is that even if you are behaving like a “good person”, if you’re not being authentic, it is not true goodness. Also, is goodness even the goal? No. Authenticity is. Any goodness that may arise from being g 3.5 stars. Maybe I’m missing something, but my experience of this read is that the author doesn’t reference any research or theories. It seems like an academic topic but is written like someone’s opinion solely. I expected a more concrete read here, and maybe that’s my fault. What did resonate is that even if you are behaving like a “good person”, if you’re not being authentic, it is not true goodness. Also, is goodness even the goal? No. Authenticity is. Any goodness that may arise from being genuine is a bonus. For a mature woman from the Deep South to challenge social mores around what it means to be good is reason enough to read this book. I genuinely wish it had some research and references to back it up, however.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Megan Conlan

    This book is incredibly informative, well written and full of useful information. It describes the Good and bad affects of our mental health and how certain stresses can have a much larger affect on us than we expect. Andrea has written this book in a way that is extremely personal and relatable, this is enhanced by the use of very few statistics. I will be giving an automatic recommendation to anyone who would like to better understsand their minds. It was exceptionally enlightening to read, I now This book is incredibly informative, well written and full of useful information. It describes the Good and bad affects of our mental health and how certain stresses can have a much larger affect on us than we expect. Andrea has written this book in a way that is extremely personal and relatable, this is enhanced by the use of very few statistics. I will be giving an automatic recommendation to anyone who would like to better understsand their minds. It was exceptionally enlightening to read, I now have a much better understanding of myself. Thank you so much Llewelyn Worldwide for sending me this book!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Roswitha Muntiyarso

    I really need to thank my friend, Salza and Agi, for somehow bring this book to me. It is super tiring reading this book since I need to stop and really absorb whatever the book said. I really need this book because the sense of self in me is really already in the brink of dead. My case is quite similar with one of the cases in this book. So, most of the time I am literally crying reading this book. One of the most influential book I've read after La Tahzan by Said Al-Qarny. Thank yoi for saving m I really need to thank my friend, Salza and Agi, for somehow bring this book to me. It is super tiring reading this book since I need to stop and really absorb whatever the book said. I really need this book because the sense of self in me is really already in the brink of dead. My case is quite similar with one of the cases in this book. So, most of the time I am literally crying reading this book. One of the most influential book I've read after La Tahzan by Said Al-Qarny. Thank yoi for saving my life.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Anugerah Erlaut

    This book hits all the nerves of who I really am, a spiritual guide. It's like reading into myself, it really resonates with me. It is empowering yet soothing. The book is really simple and really easy to understand, which drives home the message. Each words and revelation invites you to go to the next page, wondering what revelation lies around the corner, each encounter a golden spring of truth - from within yourself. If you are feeling trapped in your heart and mind, living someone else's lif This book hits all the nerves of who I really am, a spiritual guide. It's like reading into myself, it really resonates with me. It is empowering yet soothing. The book is really simple and really easy to understand, which drives home the message. Each words and revelation invites you to go to the next page, wondering what revelation lies around the corner, each encounter a golden spring of truth - from within yourself. If you are feeling trapped in your heart and mind, living someone else's life trying to be good, I really really recommend this book. It is a friend, a mother and a saviour. Thank you Andrea for writing this book. It has put my heart and mind at peace. It has given words to my feelings, a lifeline for my Self.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Gio

    Isn't being good really good? In this book, Matthews debunks the myths that you have to be a good girls, always please others and put their needs first to be considered worthy. It's a powerful read that gives every woman (and man) permission to be your true self, not who everyone else wants you to be. The books draws more from personal experiences than research, but it's still very emotional. If you're tired of being a goody two shoes, give it a read. Isn't being good really good? In this book, Matthews debunks the myths that you have to be a good girls, always please others and put their needs first to be considered worthy. It's a powerful read that gives every woman (and man) permission to be your true self, not who everyone else wants you to be. The books draws more from personal experiences than research, but it's still very emotional. If you're tired of being a goody two shoes, give it a read.

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