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Reviewed by Kim Anisi for Readers' Favorite
Four Quadrant Living by Dina Colman is a book everyone should read. It may be in the category of health books, but it takes a far broader approach than books that simply focus on the body and its health. Dina Colman shows readers that health consists of much more than simply having a healthy and fit body. She divides health into four different factors: Relationships, Environment, Body, and Mind. Each of those factors, or quadrants, is described in four main chapters. These are divided into smaller sub-chapters that look at various aspects of the four quadrants. For each quadrant, there are questions at the end of the main chapter, so readers can see whether they need to work on this quadrant or not.
Even though the concept behind the Four Quadrant Living is not new to me, I found a lot of useful information within the different chapters and thought that this book was very valuable. I am also aware that many people out there don't know much about how different aspects of life have such an immense effect on their overall health. I think that a book like this should be read by everyone, especially by people who tend to be sick a lot and who often feel very low in energy. It might very well be that one of the many tips in this book could help people like that to make little changes in their lives than can have a very positive effect! In addition, the book never gets boring, so that's another plus.