This book really spoke to me. Having been diagnosed with an aneurysm and undergoing surgery the following week myself this year, Chris' experiences really hit home with me. As a high school teacher and yearbook adviser, I take a lot of little criticisms to heart. I agonize over decisions, my students' welfare and public opinion that is often unrealistic and unkind. I spend hours ignoring my health and family to complete tasks for work. Chris' book and my own brain surgery/health crisis reminded me that my health and relationships are truly what matter. One typo or paper not graded within 24 hours is not what should keep me from spending time making healthy meals, working out and being my best self with my family and friends.