He (Cohen) is very plain in his struggle with his anger and he decided to quest out for peace through learning about Buddhism. What I enjoyed the most about this book was how plain his pain and struggle was — even while trying to do the right thing. The quote ‘Perfect is the enemy of better’ comes to mind when reading this book as the process through a divorce isn’t an easy one. It can be very messy but the goal is to have a focus on trying to build a plan so you can try and get back on a path towards recovery and resources when you fall off.
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Contributors: William Schroeder from Just Mind