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HOW TO HOLD A GRUDGE:
FROM RESENTMENT TO CONTENTMENT — THE POWER OF GRUDGES TO TRANSFORM YOUR LIFE
Holding grudges is seen by many people as a bad thing — but what if our grudges, when managed correctly, are good for us?
What if they can protect and inspire us, and help us to clarify our highest values and priorities? What if they can even make us more forgiving?
This ultimate guide will give you all the tools you need to analyse, process and embrace your grudges in order to be your best possible self.
“One day, I had a breakthrough: it wasn’t that I couldn’t give up my grudges. It was that I didn’t want to — because they were wondrous things and the very route to positivity and wellbeing that I was after!”
HOW TO HOLD A GRUDGE — THE PODCAST
Join internationally bestselling crime writer and grudge-holder extraordinaire Sophie Hannah to find out all about the power of grudges to transform your life for the better and to make the world a more peaceful and compassionate place.
Sophie will be joined by psychotherapist Helen Acton, meditation teacher, coach and emotional freedom therapist Anne Grey, and hilariously witty and wise poet, Nic Aubury.
If there’s a specific aspect of grudges that you’d like Sophie to discuss on the podcast, or if you have a question, email [email protected] You will soon be able to find the podcast on Twitter: @grudgesaregreat.
At this point, there aren’t any reviews because no one has had a chance to read the book yet. (I do not hold a grudge about this.)
SIX STEPS FROM RESENTMENT TO CONTENTMENT
“All we need to do is recognise grudges as a good thing and soon everyone will be proud to drag their secret stash out of the cupboard under the stairs and display them proudly in a new, shiny grudge cabinet in the best lounge.”
Be one of the first 500 people to pre-order a copy here and get a signed, personalised copy that contains a special grudge just for you (though not about you), handwritten by Sophie and unique to your copy of the book!
Grudges are precious, like diamonds. Test your grudge in my carat-based system!
“I’m actually a little delighted and grateful for each new grudge I create — and, by extension, to the people who provide me with the sparking incidents that allow me to create them and learn from them. Once you start to feel that way, you will find yourself feeling more forgiving without even trying.”