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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
My Story Isn't Over by Natasha Simon is her autobiography as she recounts her mental illnesses and moves in her life, conquering one thing at a time. Divided into 2 parts, the author shares her stories, her worries and her successes in small chapters that allow the reader to understand what is happening with her and how she is trying her best to excel at everything she does. This is not a self-help book, this is not a book that will give you a magical cure-all, but this is a book that will give courage to people who are suffering from any form of mental illness or any kind of physical condition. The author handles a multitude of illnesses, recounting what they mean to her, how she copes with them, and shares how she fights these things one day at a time.
This feels like a personal note for the reader, a conversation that you have with a friend and feel connected to. I am amazed at how Natasha Simon is resilient enough to get up every morning and fight her anxieties to become the best she can be. The chapters are short, which makes it easier to read and understand. She shares some very valuable lessons with readers, she gives them courage and she makes sure that they want to get to their feet and fight back. The language is simple yet powerful; it is passive yet very positive. You never feel sad while reading this book, you will only feel the urge to do better, become better and make sure that you are proud of you! I loved this book and the very essence of it. Brilliant and very helpful!