This is a great book that I found to be both delightful and disturbing at the same time. Disturbing in the sense that I had to think about the drama's of my own life.
I came to see my trials and tribulations from perspectives I hadn't previously considered.
This is a wonderful book for any woman wanting to thrive in the modern world. And a must read for every man wanting to do the same.
My favourite bit is towards the end. Had the following words been at the beginning I perhaps wouldn't have agreed with them.
Some people say that the good is the enemy of the great.
I actually think the reverse -
that the desire to be great stops people
who would otherwise be damn good.