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Neha

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Some things need to be understood

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Reviewed: 05-07-20

The book throws light upon the underrated importance of mental health and the need to understand the people who are going through problems. Just because one doesn't go through it does not mean that someone else going through it isn't capable of leading a normal life. it teaches you to be empathetic and throws light upon the various problems people have faced and still continue to lead a normal life. Accepting people as they are, can be emphasized more.

Nut Job, literally!

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4 out of 5 stars
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Reviewed: 30-06-20

Never thought I'd be listening to a podcast about nuts being stolen, their history, the hardwork that goes behind each piece. It's an entertaining and eye opening story and I'd recommend that people hear such stories which give you insights into different aspects of life rather than only thinking about our current situation

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Light at the end of the tunnel

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Reviewed: 20-06-20

I think this is an apt book considering the current situation and I couldn't stress more on the fact as to how nature can calm you down, let out your creatine side and make you more productive. it's literally like a reset button. I absolutely loved this and am looking forward to listening to it again. I highly recommend this to people, especially during the current tough times. It sure can calm you down.

Yes, that's how you should!

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Reviewed: 18-06-20

This book is very gripping and throws light on how easily one can judge strangers. The simplicity or the reality isn't visible since the person is a "stranger". Someone unfamiliar and therefore the uncertainty that comes with that. It does have some disturbing parts of child abuse stories, but again, overall, it's a great read!