I found it somewhat helpful
I did the exercises in the book, and I enjoyed how refreshed I felt afterward. With each attempt, I learned new things about myself. I learned how to be mindful of my inner mean-girl boss. Most importantly, my self-confidence and understanding of my thought patterns improved significantly. A great deal of analysis and intention was put into the writing of this work. This is a much-needed book for teens all over the world.
Kudos to Jacqui Letran for this successful attempt at explaining the power and impact of previous experiences on teens’ moods in her book “I would but my damn mind won’t let me.” In her accompanying journal, she offers teens effective tools to identify and overcome difficult emotions. Immensely aware of teens’ fears and challenges, Jacqui invites teens casually but powerfully to work through the four fears/beliefs that may cause them pain and frustration.
I am a registered nurse who teaches meditation to preoperative patients. I absolutely love your book and how you talk about the subconscious mind. It is discussed in such a way for everyone to understand the process of creating their own reality. It really goes right along with my work so thank you for these insights.