How to Feel Sexy: The Art & Science of Feeling Sexy and Being Confident by Amine Salhi is an illuminating how-to novella that eloquently instructs others on how to be more confident and feel sexy. This short book focuses on how sexiness is a feeling and separates that from the feeling of attraction. In other words, if you feel sexy it does not necessarily mean you are sexy to others. However, the boosted confidence does help attract others to you. This was a very enlightening point for me, and is a good example of how Amine Salhi gives the feeling of sexiness a different perspective. The author breaks down the book into different sections to make it easier to follow along and includes segments on flirting and changing your confidence.
I found How to Feel Sexy, and the discussion it enables, to be both humanizing and uplifting. But with that said I felt that some parts of the book repeatedly stated somethings were “not sexy,” came off a bit out of place at times. AI also felt that there was more of a focus on couples rather than single people. Despite that, I think this was an enriching experience overall and a good book to teach others about themselves via exploration of self.
What I really admire about How to Feel Sexy was that it does not take the “pickup artist” approach, and in fact, teaches how to be more confident in oneself and to feel sexy rather than looking sexy. I also found that the advice in this book did more than just promote confidence, it also helps with relationships and even discusses healthy ways of dealing with rejection, like moving on. How to Feel Sexy: The Art & Science of Feeling Sexy and Being Confident is about 46 pages long, and within this short amount of time you’ll feel more confident and shift your thoughts into a positive state of mind.
Pages: 46 | ASIN: B082RBXMTR
There are two things in this world. The first thing is what one ought to do as a human beings while the second is what one actually does. In many cases these differ. Some choices are led in one direction by religion and the other by science. It is confusing for someone who subscribes to both. Farooq Tareen digs around this rift between the two extremes.
Morality Vs. Reality by Farooq Tareen is very well researched and thought out. The authors genuine curiosity on the subject shines through as he takes the reader through his musings and findings. The book gives equal opportunity to every area with exhaustive presentations of their relevance.
It is truly wonderful how the book explores either side with equally keen interest. A reader will still feel like they retain the right to their opinion at the end f the book. The book does not lean on the religious side but this is a great starting point for helping people minimize crisis of belief.
This is a book about a complex subject presented with simple language that elevates the reading experience. It opens up the mind and makes the book so much more enjoyable. The sentence construction is uncomplicated and grabs the attention of the reader.
However, despite how wonderful this book is, I felt that some paragraphs were long. With such a complex subject matter I would have appreciated more concise paragraphs.
Morality Vs. Reality takes on an interesting subject and delivers deep research with passionate curiosity that colors every page either. This is a good book to read when one reaches that inevitable point in life where they face a crisis of belief. It may not provide answers but one will understand that it is okay not to choose either religion or science. This book also reiterates the importance of conforming reality to morality.
Pages: 242 | ASIN: B07VM7FNMB