A Collection of Relatable Thoughts is dedicated to anyone who has ever felt stuck and is trying their best to not give up. The main topics include staying positive, comparisons, relationships, areas in our lives that we can develop, and finally, a hopeful future. These topics are explored by the author’s own personal experiences which she’s found to be relatable to other people through conversing with others and hearing their stories. The author also writes about the different thoughts she has had when suffering from emotions like anxiety, self-doubt and feeling torn for not understanding her purpose in life.
This is an interactive book, one that a reader can keep editing and going back to. Each chapter has two activities: one is mindful colouring and the other is a suggestive activity. The mindful colouring activity is to encourage the reader to take a few moments of their time to destress and focus at being present in that moment. The suggestive activities are there to give you different activities to do when stress, self-doubt, or the feelings of disconnection arises.
A Collection of Relatable Thoughts is not necessarily a self-help book and does not give the readers step-by-step instructions. Instead it tries to invoke awareness and persuades the reader to make their own decisions as to what changes they would like to make to improve their quality of life.