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Reviewed by Essien Asian for Readers' Favorite
From time immemorial, the role of the man in society has been defined by a series of mistaken perceptions. This has led to the general expectation that a man must be strong at all times and refuse to show weakness, no matter the ordeal they are facing. The pressure put on most men to maintain this facade has led to the growth of a generation that has lost touch with their true selves. Peter Last has found a way to reconnect men with their inner child and fix the flaws that have been allowed to fester. That solution can be found in his book titled Shadow Work For Beginners.
Shadow Work For Beginners is Peter Last’s unique take on how to put the resources available to today's man to good use when it comes to communicating with others and becoming the best version of themselves. Last’s work is built on very solid hypotheses. Many male readers will attest to having shared some of the feelings the author succinctly points out that make communication with others difficult. His ideas are clear and easy to understand while the exercises suggested are explained in a manner that makes the reader curious to try them. Special mention must go to the sections on the health risks that come with letting one's emotions run wild, which left an indelible impression on me. Last has outdone himself with this book. Shadow Work For Beginners may be written for men but I daresay every reader, irrespective of gender, would benefit from the treasure trove of knowledge within this book.