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Reviewed by Tammy Ruggles for Readers' Favorite
Ah, Brain, Why Do You Trouble Me So Much? by Todd Nils Nyholm is a dynamic, completely accessible self-help and mental health guide almost anyone can use. The author draws on his profession and his personal experiences and turns them into this wonderful book that is full of ideas, some complex, some simple, some thought-provoking, but all meant to help you achieve a balance between your inner world and our outer world. The principles and tips he offers can be applied to many of life's issues, from weight loss to de-stressing, to handling major life changes and challenges. The mind-body connection is a strong theme that the author uses, meaning that your physical health, poor or strong, plays a part in how you feel, behave, and move in the world.
Todd Nils Nyholm gets down to the basics of psychological wellbeing in a most thorough way. He covers relatable problems that most people live with, like stress and negativity, compromised health, and ignoring our inner wants and needs--or rich inner worlds as he so aptly calls them. His approach and content will help readers reset the mind, become free of boundaries, and change how they feel about themselves because if you don't get in touch with who you are inside, you don't know what to strive for, you don't know what you can do and what you're made of. This stability should be achieved before making any important life changes. How many times have you made a rash decision out of worry, stress, anxiety, doubt, or fear? I like the way the author explains that it's okay to focus on your own needs so that you can be in a better place to help others, as well as yourself. The Healthy Life Ladder, Discarding External Programming, Inner Guidance, and Creativity are also key concepts in the book. Readers can take these thoughtful, powerful ideas and personalize them, using them to improve their health, happiness, and the mind-body connection. Make Ah, Brain, Why Do You Trouble Me So Much? the next self-help book you read.