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  • Didn't See That Coming

  • Putting Life Back Together When Your World Falls Apart
  • De : Rachel Hollis
  • Lu par : Rachel Hollis
  • Durée : 4 h et 58 min
  • 5,0 out of 5 stars (7 notations)

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    Description

    The New York Times Bestseller

    Fear. Grief. Loss. Betrayal. Rachel Hollis has felt all those things, and she knows you have too. Now, she takes you to the other side. 

    With her signature humor, heartfelt honesty, and intimate true-life stories, #1 New York Times bestselling author Rachel Hollis shows listeners how to seize difficult moments for the learning experiences they are and the value and growth they provide.

    Rachel Hollis sees you. As the millions who listened to her #1 New York Times bestsellers Girl, Wash Your Face and Girl, Stop Apologizing, attend her RISE conferences and follow her on social media know, she also wants to see you transform. 

    When it comes to the “hard seasons” of life—the death of a loved one, divorce, loss of a job—transformation seems impossible when grief and uncertainty dominate your days. Especially when, as Didn’t See that Coming reveals, no one asks to have their future completely rearranged for them. But, as Rachel writes, it is up to you how you come through your pain—you can come through changed for the better, having learned and grown, or stuck in place where your identity becomes rooted in what hurt you. 

    To Rachel, a life well-lived is one of purpose, focused only on the essentials. This is a small book about big feelings: inspirational, aspirational, and an anchor that shows that darkness can co-exist with the beautiful.

    ©2020 Rachel Hollis (P)2020 HarperCollins Publishers

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    • Amber
    • 01/10/2020

    I was really enjoying the book until....

    I have really enjoyed Rachel's previous material and have recommended her books to several friends. However, this book I believe gives some very dangerous advise regarding hiding your pain and emotions from your children. I grew up watching my mother try so hard to hide her pain from my fathers death. She hid it to the point of illness and she suffered mentally from it. I also suffered because regardless of how well you try to hide the pain, the ones that love you can see right through it. Teaching your kids that adults need to hide their pain away is not healthy and I stopped listening after that. Pain is real, and children learn from example. If we teach them how to deal with pain and trauma they will have the tools needed to deal with their own. If we teach them that adults are not allowed to show pain, I feel we are setting them up for a life full of depression and guilt.

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    • MJ
    • 01/10/2020

    Repetative information many past 35 already know.

    Literally repeats simplistic logic and rhetoric many life coaches have already put out there, including herself.

    What stood out most was listening to her share how she gave it to her friend who was going through a divorce because her friend chose to share her pain with her daughters. Rachel states "fake it" and " never" let your kids see you not holding it together. "Scream into a pillow" but never let them see you are suffering. It's so obvious she chose to put this on others because of her own childhood trauma with her parents not holding it together when her brother passed. It's totally okay and necessary for our kids to see we have emotions and have hard, bad or sad days. Any psychologist will tell you that! There is a difference between sharing emotions and hard days with your children verses making them "carry it," like she sternly tells other not to do. I believe You can still " show up" for your children all while keeping a healthy line of communication letting them know you're having a tough day. You're preparing them for the real world and real emotions in this life and showing them you are not exempt from feeling sad. She gets such an intense tone on this matter, it just screams she is still hurting from her own past childhood. You should probably fix you and your trigger Rachel before you choose to try to fix others on that matter. She states she knows many will disagree with her. Well, she got one thing right.

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    • nisa thomas cable
    • 30/09/2020

    Maybe too soon?

    I loved the previous two books this author wrote however this one does not inspire and falls flat. Maybe If the author wrote the book later after some time has passed from her previous book success and divorce this book would resonant better. It’s also disappointing how the author wrote non stop about her marriage on her blog and podcasts and books then now the content has phased out anything about her marriage. It was the most important thing in her life - more than her children then she divorces, but doesn’t really offer any insight how her marriage failed. It leaves a big hole and wonder if she’s just peddling to continue the wave of success.

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    • mchristensen
    • 02/10/2020

    Rambling

    It’s a ton of rambling. I thought she was gonna let us know what happened in her marriage and how to help or avoid. I liked her other books this one is not good. Sorry Rachel

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    • Amanda Messier
    • 01/10/2020

    no divorce details

    same story she has told us in her last 2 books. we know about her brother and we know about the twins. we wanted and this was sold as divorce. not worth the credit.

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    • Juls
    • 02/10/2020

    Nothing new from the other books

    Rachel uses the same life events from her other books into this one (her childhood, brother, adopted daughter). I was expecting more details about the complications in her relationship and lessons learned from choosing the path of divorce; unfortunately, this was not the purpose of this book. I am still not sure why she would write a repetitive book. I do not recommend it to people who read her other books.

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    • Mommy of TWO!
    • 05/10/2020

    Save your money,

    Rachael’s not even being transparent or courageous in her own writing. She basically talks about her kiddish fears and folklore. Cites a few things from Carol S, author of Mindset. A bunch of mom analogies.

    I was really looking forward to having her be real and say what she’s learned about herself and working with her husband.

    Done. Don’t buy the book.

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    • Kristi Pedro
    • 05/10/2020

    Very disappointed!

    I absolutely loved her first two books. This book was very repetitive and she retold a lot of the same stories or situations she used in the first two books. She also danced around what happened in her marriage and why she is getting a divorce. The overall vibe of the book was too depressing unlike her other books which were so inspirational and motivating.

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    • Cathy
    • 09/10/2020

    Couldn’t get passed the first chapter!

    I could handle the over dramatics, but she lost me when she said she was disappointed in her country and the people rioting ( burning down hard working people’s dreams) was “powerful!”
    That “unarmed black man” is a rapist, a criminal, was resisting arrest and putting his children in harm’s way! He had many opportunities to comply and CHOSE not to. She’s pathetic and will never get another dollar if my money. I’m returning the audible for a refund.
    Plus, if you think she wrote this book in the midst of her divorce...Ive got a bridge to sell you! How pathetic to use your divorce to make a buck!

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    • Amazon Customer
    • 06/10/2020

    In your face

    Wow. This is not inspirational. Just Rachel Hollis, herself, cussing at you. Awful.

    I really enjoyed her first book, Girl Wash Your Face. The next book, was okay but I had hopes this one would be better. Nope. I was wrong.

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    • Ioana Gavrilovici
    • 15/06/2021

    Great motivational book!

    Loved it! Simple but powerful truths. The story is easy to follow and advice given goes straight to your heart. Rachel's story resonates with so many, and I think what makes it relatable is the sincerity with which she makes herself vulnerable.