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Reviewed in the United States on December 23, 2016
First of all, When I read this book, I felt that this book may be the best book in psychology. This book is really thought provoking. It looks like there are multiple revisions/editions of this book over the period of time. I attached the picture of the soft cover one that I read. This book was recommended by one of my friends and then I also found some good ratings about this book. This book will give you a nice glimpse of your personality and will also make you realize that you can take control of your life. It is a good read for all age groups. The book starts with the tools/techniques of suffering, the discipline - to experience the pain of problems constructively. These four tools are: delayed gratification, acceptance of responsibility, dedication to truth, and balancing. The author says that the life problems cannot be avoided in life. To experience happiness, they need to be identified and solved. One of my favorite quote from the books is "Problems do not go away. They must be worked through or else they remain, forever a barrier to the growth and development of the spirit." It took me some time to read this book as it is thought provoking and the thoughts need to be processed and digested before proceeding further.
If this review helped you and you plan to experience the "The Road Less Traveled" journey, then have fun on this beautiful journey of greater self-understanding and spiritual growth.