ABOUT THE BOOK
How many ridiculous things have you heard in your life in the name of an opinion? Random people walking up to you to give unsolicited advice. You get opinions from strangers and people who don’t really know you. Many a time, it’s a comment made in the passing.
How many times has it pained you when a relative, friend or acquaintance judged you?
How many times have you fumbled with words trying to explain yourself when you needed a shoulder to lean on?
How do these ridiculous things that people say influence your mind and thought process?
It sits somewhere in your subconscious mind, causing micro-level damage to your self-worth and belief. It is we who let these oppressive remarks suppress us.
This book is about starting a revolution within ourselves. Enough of shackling our self-worth according to fancy norms of the society. It’s a dictatorship that we need to bring down. This revolution first starts from within.
We are going to fight our own selves. We can’t control running mouths, meaningless opinions or sarcastic remarks of people. What is in our hands is to undo the damage of such judgements and never let it get to us. Say “No” to the naysayers. Don’t let them get to you.
About The Author
Rakhi Kapoor is a qualified physiotherapist who has been counselling expecting couples for decades. Her book Expecting Daddy Delivers is a unique book on pregnancy for expecting couples.
Rakhi found herself heartbroken and devastated, wandering alone in the mountains of Nepal, having failed to accomplish a challenge that she had set for herself. Blessings indeed come disguised. She turned her failure into an opportunity to become an author with her first book, The Girl Who Was Left Behind. She continues to trek tougher mountains, discovering her potential and writing many more inspiring books.
Between setting a new challenge for herself and overcoming it, she celebrates life, love and relationships with all the expecting couples she interacts with. She believes that every challenge in life gives us an opportunity to grow in our own eyes and find love in another’s heart