Having my young daughter deciding that she also wanted to follow this path, I thought this book was a great way to talk about this issue with her. It is very clear and concise with wonderful examples. Great, clear introduction to this subject.
This is a book that basically says – here are personal ethics, here is why they are important, and here is how you can apply them to your daily life and why doing so will help you live a happier more productive life. Life isn’t easy. It is filled with challenges. How we navigate those challenges determines our success in life. If you want to learn more about how to think more effectively about the choices you make, this book will help.
People who can benefit from this book include:
*Anyone who wants to learn more about Humanism and it’s practical application to daily life
*Teens and Young adults looking for advice on everything from dating to dealing with jerks at work or at school.
*Anyone who is struggling with self-identity issues
*Anyone who is experiencing grief and wants a Humanist perspective on how to cope with it
*People dealing with addiction that are looking for secular advice on how to gain the courage to confront their addiction.
*Anyone who wants easy to understand lessons on how to start practicing Freethought
*And anyone who wants to better understand the benefits of applying critical thinking skills and ethical values to every day problem solving
Jennifer is a Humanist Life Skills educator. She helps transform people’s lives by teaching people how Humanism can help them in all aspects of their life and how it can help them to be the best most ethical person they can be. Her work focuses on 3 key areas: How to make better decisions through critical thinking. How to improve your relationships through compassion. How to infuse your life with meaning and purpose by prioritizing your ethics. By sharing her pragmatic Humanist approach to living life fully and intentionally, Jennifer has transformed the lives of those who have been touched by her work. By encouraging people be the best, most ethical humans they can be, she consistently challenges people to think about and question who they are, what they are and more importantly, how they want to be. Her work encourages people to rise to the challenge of living fully; embracing both the good and the bad as part of what it means to be alive.