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Looking back on your days as a child, what were YOU like? As an adult now, how much have you changed? Personally, many things about me are different, and I’m not talking just physically.
How Much Have YOU Changed Since Childhood
In David Nadelberg’s new book, My Mortified Life A Guided Journal to Gauge How Much You’ve Changed Since Childhood, you can compare your past to your present. Do you think you’ve changed a lot?
Part Time Machine, Part Confession Booth
This book is cool. It’s an interactive journal, in which you, the reader and the writer, answer questions from your past and your present. With sections such as your love life, family life, unfortunate fashion history and more, you will take a trip down memory lane. You’ll also answer questions based on your fears, vices, worst days, best days, and more.
Each prompt is designed to make you compare your life from THEN to NOW. My Mortified Life is a cathartic way to remember the days of yore, and compare to today. If you or someone you love, enjoys nostalgia, this book would be the perfect gift.
What I think
I recently received my copy of My Mortified Life, and am just embarking on this guided journal. I was telling my older sister about it, and she wants her very own copy. We plan to do a certain section at a time, and then getting together and comparing our answers. There’s four years between us, so our fashion faux pas will be much the same, but our teen years were quite different. We’ve only just started, and began with first jobs and jobs now.
I think this book is a great way to learn more about yourself. I also think it’s a wonderful way to bond with someone else. Whether it be a sibling, a parent, or a significant other. I’m thinking of getting my mother a copy of this book too. Then she can join my sister and I and we can learn more about our mother. I’d love to do one with my grandmother too. She’s blind, so we’d have to do the writing for her, but I’d love to delve deeper into her mind. She is in the early stages of dementia, so I’d love to get her mind reminiscing and maybe unlock some of her deep memories.