June 9

Words: Spoken and Unspoken Forces by Anita Saleem Book Review


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I received a complimentary copy in exchange for an honest review, no other compensation was received.WordsBannerWORDS Cover Version 04_1400x2100Words: Spoken and Unspoken Forces provides the key to understanding the secret power of words and traces how this power is activated by drawing references from various authors and experts in psychology, philosophy, medicine, and semiotics.
The author presents a theoretical model to understand why words affect individuals by suggesting that words color emotions, shape behaviors, and influence physiological functioning to create an overall impact (whether positive or negative). Drawing upon several scientific studies, this book will help the reader understand why words are spoken and unspoken forces that have the potential to shape the future.

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 Review – As soon as I saw this book come up for review I wanted to read it. I love non-fiction especially books about religion. Words: Spoken and Unspoken Forces shows us through religious texts and science how speech and thoughts shape our lives.

I personally found the first half of the book to be very informative but on the dry side. Once I hit that half way mark it became very good. The author is very detailed, organized, and packs a lot of information into this short book. She's done a lot of research and backs up everything she has written. If all of this sounds new to you then I suggest picking up this book, it could be life changing.

I already knew a lot of what was in the book but the refresher was nice.  I recommend this book for those wanting to lead a more positive life.

About the Author:

anitaAnita Saleem holds an MS/MPhil in Clinical and Counseling Psychology. She was born and raised in Pakistan where she currently teaches Psychology to undergraduates at Forman Christian College. At the age of 25, she is a lecturer, an author and a researcher who best expresses herself through her writing. She frequently pens articles for local newspapers on culture, arts, faith, tolerance and relationships.

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