About two years ago, Cheryl - (Sheryl Sandberg) life has changed dramatically. She accompanied her partner for 11 years, the United States well-known network research firm SurveyMonkey CEO Dave - (Dave Goldberg) suddenly died. In the great grief, the Facebook COO began to learn to adapt to the new life. In order to make their lives and the lives of their children to return to normal, she began to concentrate on the creation of the "B B" (Option), a book, in order to resolve the grief, regain happiness.
This book is she and University of Pennsylvania Professor, psychologist Adam - Grant (Adam), CO authored by. Nevertheless, the 183 page book reads as if it were from Sandberg's hand. In the book, she tells the stories of her family and friends and others, and cites Grant's psychological research.
New book record
In "B", you will be taken to Sandberg's world. Since she met Goldberg on their wedding to his sudden death and bereavement after life. In this book, Sandberg confided to his state of mind, not in the statement of the gold Berg feel around the lost and restless and to make up for the pain of bereavement efforts.
This book also contains a lot of research results, to provide us with a better view of life. For example, Sandberg cites psychologist Martin Seligman (Martin Seligman) hinder people put forward from the grief again 3P Theory: Personalization (individual), Pervasiveness (Universal) and Permanence (permanent).
At the beginning of this book, you may feel sad on Goldberg's death. But as you read through chapter one, you will begin to heal yourself with Sandberg. In the end, you'll find peace of mind.
Not inspirational book
Fearing that she was being criticized for telling others to mourn for their loved ones, to ease their grief, or to deal with all sorts of bad news, Sandberg openly admitted that it was her personal experience of resolving grief. She admitted that she had a lot of superior conditions, with a large number of friends and family support. These factors helped her a lot. However, she believes that in the final analysis, we must summon up courage, turn grief into strength, stand up and live again.
Help others to improve their resilience
Sandberg said she would donate her income from the sale of this book to support non-profit organizations Option B. (compile / learn)