Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy

Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy

From Facebook's COO and Wharton's top-rated professor, the #1 New York Times best-selling authors of Lean In and Originals: a powerful, inspiring, and practical book about building resilience and moving forward after life's inevitable setbacks. After the sudden death of her husband, Sheryl Sandberg felt certain that she and her children would never feel pure joy again. "I From Facebook's COO and Wharton's top-rated professor, the #1 New York Times best-selling authors of Lean In and Origi...

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Title:Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy
Author:Sheryl Sandberg
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Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy Reviews

  • Sheila
    Apr 25, 2017

    Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband, and that is very sad, and is a tragedy that no one deserves. Also, SS learned how to gain resilience and re-find joy, which is fantastic, and I know we all wish for her. That said, the advice she offers in this book does not seem relevant or helpful to...

    Ok I didn't quite get through this one before it disappeared from my IPad but I did get through most of it. I found the book to be helpful with good insight not only for someone grieving a loss but also for anyone who is suffering from or have a loved one suffering from a serious i...

    I?m honored to be a small part of Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant?s new book Option B. (See page 164.) The message of the book is one that everyone can benefit and learn from: We are stronger and more resilient than we think. We not only have the ability to cope with devastating lif...

    It?s rude to criticize grieving widows. Maybe it?s even mean or cruel, and a boiling cauldron awaits me in Hell. But Sheryl Sandberg?s new book, Option B, is hard to take seriously, especially for those of us who are not multi-millionaires and have lost a spouse and been left alo...

    The book narrates how Sheryl Sandberg, CEO of Facebook, has been able to cope with the sudden death of her beloved husband who passed away at a relatively young age leaving two young children behind. The book not only explores her experience but also includes the advice she has rece...

    Sheryl Sandberg suffered a tragic and unthinkable loss when her husband died on vacation, and just like anyone else, she had to develop coping strategies and solutions to problems in order to work through her grief, comfort her children and get back to living. Her personal story is h...

    It's #Booksgiving! Start getting your bookish friends their read on...especially valuable for your friend whose grief is still raw. Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband before he was fifty. I lost mine when he was not quite 34. I connect with her pain on every imaginable level. I als...

    Sheryl Sandberg, you simply understand. Thank you. As a female who has worked in tech, specifically in social media, I must say, I lack investment in corporate life. I'm the one who wants to be the full-time wife... And it is with that in mind that I must tell you, Sheryl Sandber...

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    This was interesting to read after 'Lean In.' In some ways, Sheryl is absolutely humbled by the tragedy that hit her family. She openly talks through the vulnerability and admits to a lot of the assumptions she made with 'Lean In' coming from a place of stability and privilege. I enjoy...

    The best book I have come across on grieving and healing ...

    A cathartic book for Sheryl but it doesn't give much constructive advice. Way too general. ...

    This one is a tear jerker - ugly criers be warned. Beyond the Instagram selfies and humble brag Facebook posts is a ton of grief in all of our lives that we do our best to hide from others. Option B uses Sheryl's tragedy to openly discuss trauma, it's impact, recovery, and post trauma ...

    I read the first three chapters and skimmed the rest. I remember hearing of Sandberg?s husband?s sudden death of cardiac arrhythmia while on an exercise machine in a Mexico hotel. (Elizabeth Alexander?s husband died in similar circumstances; she wrote about it in The Light of the...

    3.0 Stars I have such mixed feelings about this book. I?m glad I read it and encourage folks to give it a whirl if you can pick up a copy at your local library but from the very beginning, something felt off, not quite right. But first let me express my sincere condolences to ...

    3.5 Stars rounded up to 4, because it has a solid message and is widely applicable. Resilience is the strength and speed of our response to adversity, and we can build it. It isn?t about having a backbone. It?s about strengthening the muscles around our backbone. ? Sheryl Sa...

    Facebook propoganda meets white billionaire privilege. Gross. I feel sad for Sheryl Sandberg and her loss, but this book is TERRIBLE. Positioned as a self-help book, it's anything but helpful. I agree with the negative reviews that this doesn't provide practical advice for ANYON...

    I have to give Sheryl Sandberg credit. The topic of this book is not an easy one to cover and let's be honest, the majority of authors that do pen such books related to rebounding from grief have some kind of educational background or job experience that gives them the authority to adv...

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    I?ve read some of the negative reviews of Sandberg?s books and I agree with them to a point. Sandberg does discuss how she personally handled the grief of losing a spouse, and she generalized her efforts to deal with the grief and moving on while remembering into advice for all. It...

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    Really not fair to rate this book, simply this is not my book of choice. Read this for neighborhood book club. It's not bad and was enlightening. ...

    I have not yet read Sandberg's popular book Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead, even though I have a copy on my book shelf. For some reason I previusly thought of Sandberg as one of those privileged women, one of the unique, and maybe not the voice to speak to me. Option B thou...

  • Abel Keogh
    Apr 19, 2017

    Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband, and that is very sad, and is a tragedy that no one deserves. Also, SS learned how to gain resilience and re-find joy, which is fantastic, and I know we all wish for her. That said, the advice she offers in this book does not seem relevant or helpful to...

    Ok I didn't quite get through this one before it disappeared from my IPad but I did get through most of it. I found the book to be helpful with good insight not only for someone grieving a loss but also for anyone who is suffering from or have a loved one suffering from a serious i...

    I?m honored to be a small part of Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant?s new book Option B. (See page 164.) The message of the book is one that everyone can benefit and learn from: We are stronger and more resilient than we think. We not only have the ability to cope with devastating lif...

  • Jay
    Jul 24, 2017

    Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband, and that is very sad, and is a tragedy that no one deserves. Also, SS learned how to gain resilience and re-find joy, which is fantastic, and I know we all wish for her. That said, the advice she offers in this book does not seem relevant or helpful to...

    Ok I didn't quite get through this one before it disappeared from my IPad but I did get through most of it. I found the book to be helpful with good insight not only for someone grieving a loss but also for anyone who is suffering from or have a loved one suffering from a serious i...

    I?m honored to be a small part of Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant?s new book Option B. (See page 164.) The message of the book is one that everyone can benefit and learn from: We are stronger and more resilient than we think. We not only have the ability to cope with devastating lif...

    It?s rude to criticize grieving widows. Maybe it?s even mean or cruel, and a boiling cauldron awaits me in Hell. But Sheryl Sandberg?s new book, Option B, is hard to take seriously, especially for those of us who are not multi-millionaires and have lost a spouse and been left alo...

    The book narrates how Sheryl Sandberg, CEO of Facebook, has been able to cope with the sudden death of her beloved husband who passed away at a relatively young age leaving two young children behind. The book not only explores her experience but also includes the advice she has rece...

    Sheryl Sandberg suffered a tragic and unthinkable loss when her husband died on vacation, and just like anyone else, she had to develop coping strategies and solutions to problems in order to work through her grief, comfort her children and get back to living. Her personal story is h...

    It's #Booksgiving! Start getting your bookish friends their read on...especially valuable for your friend whose grief is still raw. Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband before he was fifty. I lost mine when he was not quite 34. I connect with her pain on every imaginable level. I als...

    Sheryl Sandberg, you simply understand. Thank you. As a female who has worked in tech, specifically in social media, I must say, I lack investment in corporate life. I'm the one who wants to be the full-time wife... And it is with that in mind that I must tell you, Sheryl Sandber...

    ?? ??? ???? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ???? ???????? ?? ??????? ???? ??? ?? ????? ??? ?? ??? ????? ??? ?? ??????? ????? ????? ? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ????? ??...

    This was interesting to read after 'Lean In.' In some ways, Sheryl is absolutely humbled by the tragedy that hit her family. She openly talks through the vulnerability and admits to a lot of the assumptions she made with 'Lean In' coming from a place of stability and privilege. I enjoy...

    The best book I have come across on grieving and healing ...

    A cathartic book for Sheryl but it doesn't give much constructive advice. Way too general. ...

    This one is a tear jerker - ugly criers be warned. Beyond the Instagram selfies and humble brag Facebook posts is a ton of grief in all of our lives that we do our best to hide from others. Option B uses Sheryl's tragedy to openly discuss trauma, it's impact, recovery, and post trauma ...

    I read the first three chapters and skimmed the rest. I remember hearing of Sandberg?s husband?s sudden death of cardiac arrhythmia while on an exercise machine in a Mexico hotel. (Elizabeth Alexander?s husband died in similar circumstances; she wrote about it in The Light of the...

    3.0 Stars I have such mixed feelings about this book. I?m glad I read it and encourage folks to give it a whirl if you can pick up a copy at your local library but from the very beginning, something felt off, not quite right. But first let me express my sincere condolences to ...

    3.5 Stars rounded up to 4, because it has a solid message and is widely applicable. Resilience is the strength and speed of our response to adversity, and we can build it. It isn?t about having a backbone. It?s about strengthening the muscles around our backbone. ? Sheryl Sa...

    Facebook propoganda meets white billionaire privilege. Gross. I feel sad for Sheryl Sandberg and her loss, but this book is TERRIBLE. Positioned as a self-help book, it's anything but helpful. I agree with the negative reviews that this doesn't provide practical advice for ANYON...

    I have to give Sheryl Sandberg credit. The topic of this book is not an easy one to cover and let's be honest, the majority of authors that do pen such books related to rebounding from grief have some kind of educational background or job experience that gives them the authority to adv...

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    I?ve read some of the negative reviews of Sandberg?s books and I agree with them to a point. Sandberg does discuss how she personally handled the grief of losing a spouse, and she generalized her efforts to deal with the grief and moving on while remembering into advice for all. It...

  • Carol (Bookaria)
    Aug 24, 2017

    Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband, and that is very sad, and is a tragedy that no one deserves. Also, SS learned how to gain resilience and re-find joy, which is fantastic, and I know we all wish for her. That said, the advice she offers in this book does not seem relevant or helpful to...

    Ok I didn't quite get through this one before it disappeared from my IPad but I did get through most of it. I found the book to be helpful with good insight not only for someone grieving a loss but also for anyone who is suffering from or have a loved one suffering from a serious i...

    I?m honored to be a small part of Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant?s new book Option B. (See page 164.) The message of the book is one that everyone can benefit and learn from: We are stronger and more resilient than we think. We not only have the ability to cope with devastating lif...

    It?s rude to criticize grieving widows. Maybe it?s even mean or cruel, and a boiling cauldron awaits me in Hell. But Sheryl Sandberg?s new book, Option B, is hard to take seriously, especially for those of us who are not multi-millionaires and have lost a spouse and been left alo...

    The book narrates how Sheryl Sandberg, CEO of Facebook, has been able to cope with the sudden death of her beloved husband who passed away at a relatively young age leaving two young children behind. The book not only explores her experience but also includes the advice she has rece...

  • Teri
    May 31, 2017

    Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband, and that is very sad, and is a tragedy that no one deserves. Also, SS learned how to gain resilience and re-find joy, which is fantastic, and I know we all wish for her. That said, the advice she offers in this book does not seem relevant or helpful to...

    Ok I didn't quite get through this one before it disappeared from my IPad but I did get through most of it. I found the book to be helpful with good insight not only for someone grieving a loss but also for anyone who is suffering from or have a loved one suffering from a serious i...

    I?m honored to be a small part of Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant?s new book Option B. (See page 164.) The message of the book is one that everyone can benefit and learn from: We are stronger and more resilient than we think. We not only have the ability to cope with devastating lif...

    It?s rude to criticize grieving widows. Maybe it?s even mean or cruel, and a boiling cauldron awaits me in Hell. But Sheryl Sandberg?s new book, Option B, is hard to take seriously, especially for those of us who are not multi-millionaires and have lost a spouse and been left alo...

    The book narrates how Sheryl Sandberg, CEO of Facebook, has been able to cope with the sudden death of her beloved husband who passed away at a relatively young age leaving two young children behind. The book not only explores her experience but also includes the advice she has rece...

    Sheryl Sandberg suffered a tragic and unthinkable loss when her husband died on vacation, and just like anyone else, she had to develop coping strategies and solutions to problems in order to work through her grief, comfort her children and get back to living. Her personal story is h...

    It's #Booksgiving! Start getting your bookish friends their read on...especially valuable for your friend whose grief is still raw. Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband before he was fifty. I lost mine when he was not quite 34. I connect with her pain on every imaginable level. I als...

    Sheryl Sandberg, you simply understand. Thank you. As a female who has worked in tech, specifically in social media, I must say, I lack investment in corporate life. I'm the one who wants to be the full-time wife... And it is with that in mind that I must tell you, Sheryl Sandber...

    ?? ??? ???? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ???? ???????? ?? ??????? ???? ??? ?? ????? ??? ?? ??? ????? ??? ?? ??????? ????? ????? ? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ????? ??...

    This was interesting to read after 'Lean In.' In some ways, Sheryl is absolutely humbled by the tragedy that hit her family. She openly talks through the vulnerability and admits to a lot of the assumptions she made with 'Lean In' coming from a place of stability and privilege. I enjoy...

    The best book I have come across on grieving and healing ...

    A cathartic book for Sheryl but it doesn't give much constructive advice. Way too general. ...

    This one is a tear jerker - ugly criers be warned. Beyond the Instagram selfies and humble brag Facebook posts is a ton of grief in all of our lives that we do our best to hide from others. Option B uses Sheryl's tragedy to openly discuss trauma, it's impact, recovery, and post trauma ...

    I read the first three chapters and skimmed the rest. I remember hearing of Sandberg?s husband?s sudden death of cardiac arrhythmia while on an exercise machine in a Mexico hotel. (Elizabeth Alexander?s husband died in similar circumstances; she wrote about it in The Light of the...

    3.0 Stars I have such mixed feelings about this book. I?m glad I read it and encourage folks to give it a whirl if you can pick up a copy at your local library but from the very beginning, something felt off, not quite right. But first let me express my sincere condolences to ...

    3.5 Stars rounded up to 4, because it has a solid message and is widely applicable. Resilience is the strength and speed of our response to adversity, and we can build it. It isn?t about having a backbone. It?s about strengthening the muscles around our backbone. ? Sheryl Sa...

    Facebook propoganda meets white billionaire privilege. Gross. I feel sad for Sheryl Sandberg and her loss, but this book is TERRIBLE. Positioned as a self-help book, it's anything but helpful. I agree with the negative reviews that this doesn't provide practical advice for ANYON...

    I have to give Sheryl Sandberg credit. The topic of this book is not an easy one to cover and let's be honest, the majority of authors that do pen such books related to rebounding from grief have some kind of educational background or job experience that gives them the authority to adv...

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    I?ve read some of the negative reviews of Sandberg?s books and I agree with them to a point. Sandberg does discuss how she personally handled the grief of losing a spouse, and she generalized her efforts to deal with the grief and moving on while remembering into advice for all. It...

    ?????: ????? ?? ????? ????? ?????. https://sadraa.me/%d9%85%d9%88%d8%a7%... ????? ??? ????? ???? ??? ?????? ?? ????? ?????? ?? ???? ?? ?? ????? ????? ?? ??? ????? ??? ???? ?? ?...

    Really not fair to rate this book, simply this is not my book of choice. Read this for neighborhood book club. It's not bad and was enlightening. ...

    I have not yet read Sandberg's popular book Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead, even though I have a copy on my book shelf. For some reason I previusly thought of Sandberg as one of those privileged women, one of the unique, and maybe not the voice to speak to me. Option B thou...

    Not all of the author's friends, coworkers, and acquaintances said the perfect things to her after her husband died. She remembered every transgression, and then wrote a book detailing them. I was hoping that I would learn something about resilience from this book. Instead, after r...

    4.0 Stars - Resilience has become my new word! I'm normally not a self-help reader, but the message in this story really hit home for me. I highly recommend this one to anyone looking for the strength to persevere through the challenges parts of life. ...

    WOW. Reading "Option B" was such a gift. This book is going next to "When Bad Things Happen to Good People" on the shelf* for rough times in my own life and in the lives of those I love. I highly recommend this for those who are navigating a tough time--whether recent tragedy, or an on...

    I chose this book because of my dark days after losing my dad last year. I read the introduction and I found shared feeling with the author and I continue reading. The book includes important knowledge about making resilience, however, I think it was not necessary a full book on i...

    I walked into this book knowing who Sheryl Sandberg was, but without honestly knowing the tragic events that led up to her writing this book. So for me, it was a huge surprise. As some of the other reviewers have noted, many of the concepts she touches on learning and adapting are seem...

    This is a short book on handling grief, or as the author calls it "Option B". That's the plan you have to go with when life takes you off course and on a new path. Sheryl Sandberg is an executive at Facebook and was on a vacation in Mexico with her husband Dave, and their friends. Dave...

  • Gwen
    Apr 26, 2017

    Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband, and that is very sad, and is a tragedy that no one deserves. Also, SS learned how to gain resilience and re-find joy, which is fantastic, and I know we all wish for her. That said, the advice she offers in this book does not seem relevant or helpful to...

    Ok I didn't quite get through this one before it disappeared from my IPad but I did get through most of it. I found the book to be helpful with good insight not only for someone grieving a loss but also for anyone who is suffering from or have a loved one suffering from a serious i...

    I?m honored to be a small part of Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant?s new book Option B. (See page 164.) The message of the book is one that everyone can benefit and learn from: We are stronger and more resilient than we think. We not only have the ability to cope with devastating lif...

    It?s rude to criticize grieving widows. Maybe it?s even mean or cruel, and a boiling cauldron awaits me in Hell. But Sheryl Sandberg?s new book, Option B, is hard to take seriously, especially for those of us who are not multi-millionaires and have lost a spouse and been left alo...

    The book narrates how Sheryl Sandberg, CEO of Facebook, has been able to cope with the sudden death of her beloved husband who passed away at a relatively young age leaving two young children behind. The book not only explores her experience but also includes the advice she has rece...

    Sheryl Sandberg suffered a tragic and unthinkable loss when her husband died on vacation, and just like anyone else, she had to develop coping strategies and solutions to problems in order to work through her grief, comfort her children and get back to living. Her personal story is h...

    It's #Booksgiving! Start getting your bookish friends their read on...especially valuable for your friend whose grief is still raw. Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband before he was fifty. I lost mine when he was not quite 34. I connect with her pain on every imaginable level. I als...

    Sheryl Sandberg, you simply understand. Thank you. As a female who has worked in tech, specifically in social media, I must say, I lack investment in corporate life. I'm the one who wants to be the full-time wife... And it is with that in mind that I must tell you, Sheryl Sandber...

    ?? ??? ???? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ???? ???????? ?? ??????? ???? ??? ?? ????? ??? ?? ??? ????? ??? ?? ??????? ????? ????? ? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ????? ??...

    This was interesting to read after 'Lean In.' In some ways, Sheryl is absolutely humbled by the tragedy that hit her family. She openly talks through the vulnerability and admits to a lot of the assumptions she made with 'Lean In' coming from a place of stability and privilege. I enjoy...

    The best book I have come across on grieving and healing ...

    A cathartic book for Sheryl but it doesn't give much constructive advice. Way too general. ...

    This one is a tear jerker - ugly criers be warned. Beyond the Instagram selfies and humble brag Facebook posts is a ton of grief in all of our lives that we do our best to hide from others. Option B uses Sheryl's tragedy to openly discuss trauma, it's impact, recovery, and post trauma ...

    I read the first three chapters and skimmed the rest. I remember hearing of Sandberg?s husband?s sudden death of cardiac arrhythmia while on an exercise machine in a Mexico hotel. (Elizabeth Alexander?s husband died in similar circumstances; she wrote about it in The Light of the...

    3.0 Stars I have such mixed feelings about this book. I?m glad I read it and encourage folks to give it a whirl if you can pick up a copy at your local library but from the very beginning, something felt off, not quite right. But first let me express my sincere condolences to ...

    3.5 Stars rounded up to 4, because it has a solid message and is widely applicable. Resilience is the strength and speed of our response to adversity, and we can build it. It isn?t about having a backbone. It?s about strengthening the muscles around our backbone. ? Sheryl Sa...

    Facebook propoganda meets white billionaire privilege. Gross. I feel sad for Sheryl Sandberg and her loss, but this book is TERRIBLE. Positioned as a self-help book, it's anything but helpful. I agree with the negative reviews that this doesn't provide practical advice for ANYON...

    I have to give Sheryl Sandberg credit. The topic of this book is not an easy one to cover and let's be honest, the majority of authors that do pen such books related to rebounding from grief have some kind of educational background or job experience that gives them the authority to adv...

    ?? ????? ?? ???? ??????? ???? ??? ????? ??? ?? ???? ??? ????? ?? ????? ????????? ?? ?? ????. ?? ??? ??? ????? ?? ?? ??? ?? ??? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ??? ?? ?? ?...

    I?ve read some of the negative reviews of Sandberg?s books and I agree with them to a point. Sandberg does discuss how she personally handled the grief of losing a spouse, and she generalized her efforts to deal with the grief and moving on while remembering into advice for all. It...

    ?????: ????? ?? ????? ????? ?????. https://sadraa.me/%d9%85%d9%88%d8%a7%... ????? ??? ????? ???? ??? ?????? ?? ????? ?????? ?? ???? ?? ?? ????? ????? ?? ??? ????? ??? ???? ?? ?...

    Really not fair to rate this book, simply this is not my book of choice. Read this for neighborhood book club. It's not bad and was enlightening. ...

    I have not yet read Sandberg's popular book Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead, even though I have a copy on my book shelf. For some reason I previusly thought of Sandberg as one of those privileged women, one of the unique, and maybe not the voice to speak to me. Option B thou...

    Not all of the author's friends, coworkers, and acquaintances said the perfect things to her after her husband died. She remembered every transgression, and then wrote a book detailing them. I was hoping that I would learn something about resilience from this book. Instead, after r...

  • Lindsay Nixon
    Aug 20, 2017

    Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband, and that is very sad, and is a tragedy that no one deserves. Also, SS learned how to gain resilience and re-find joy, which is fantastic, and I know we all wish for her. That said, the advice she offers in this book does not seem relevant or helpful to...

    Ok I didn't quite get through this one before it disappeared from my IPad but I did get through most of it. I found the book to be helpful with good insight not only for someone grieving a loss but also for anyone who is suffering from or have a loved one suffering from a serious i...

    I?m honored to be a small part of Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant?s new book Option B. (See page 164.) The message of the book is one that everyone can benefit and learn from: We are stronger and more resilient than we think. We not only have the ability to cope with devastating lif...

    It?s rude to criticize grieving widows. Maybe it?s even mean or cruel, and a boiling cauldron awaits me in Hell. But Sheryl Sandberg?s new book, Option B, is hard to take seriously, especially for those of us who are not multi-millionaires and have lost a spouse and been left alo...

    The book narrates how Sheryl Sandberg, CEO of Facebook, has been able to cope with the sudden death of her beloved husband who passed away at a relatively young age leaving two young children behind. The book not only explores her experience but also includes the advice she has rece...

    Sheryl Sandberg suffered a tragic and unthinkable loss when her husband died on vacation, and just like anyone else, she had to develop coping strategies and solutions to problems in order to work through her grief, comfort her children and get back to living. Her personal story is h...

    It's #Booksgiving! Start getting your bookish friends their read on...especially valuable for your friend whose grief is still raw. Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband before he was fifty. I lost mine when he was not quite 34. I connect with her pain on every imaginable level. I als...

    Sheryl Sandberg, you simply understand. Thank you. As a female who has worked in tech, specifically in social media, I must say, I lack investment in corporate life. I'm the one who wants to be the full-time wife... And it is with that in mind that I must tell you, Sheryl Sandber...

    ?? ??? ???? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ???? ???????? ?? ??????? ???? ??? ?? ????? ??? ?? ??? ????? ??? ?? ??????? ????? ????? ? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ????? ??...

    This was interesting to read after 'Lean In.' In some ways, Sheryl is absolutely humbled by the tragedy that hit her family. She openly talks through the vulnerability and admits to a lot of the assumptions she made with 'Lean In' coming from a place of stability and privilege. I enjoy...

    The best book I have come across on grieving and healing ...

    A cathartic book for Sheryl but it doesn't give much constructive advice. Way too general. ...

    This one is a tear jerker - ugly criers be warned. Beyond the Instagram selfies and humble brag Facebook posts is a ton of grief in all of our lives that we do our best to hide from others. Option B uses Sheryl's tragedy to openly discuss trauma, it's impact, recovery, and post trauma ...

    I read the first three chapters and skimmed the rest. I remember hearing of Sandberg?s husband?s sudden death of cardiac arrhythmia while on an exercise machine in a Mexico hotel. (Elizabeth Alexander?s husband died in similar circumstances; she wrote about it in The Light of the...

    3.0 Stars I have such mixed feelings about this book. I?m glad I read it and encourage folks to give it a whirl if you can pick up a copy at your local library but from the very beginning, something felt off, not quite right. But first let me express my sincere condolences to ...

    3.5 Stars rounded up to 4, because it has a solid message and is widely applicable. Resilience is the strength and speed of our response to adversity, and we can build it. It isn?t about having a backbone. It?s about strengthening the muscles around our backbone. ? Sheryl Sa...

    Facebook propoganda meets white billionaire privilege. Gross. I feel sad for Sheryl Sandberg and her loss, but this book is TERRIBLE. Positioned as a self-help book, it's anything but helpful. I agree with the negative reviews that this doesn't provide practical advice for ANYON...

  • Richard Derus
    Nov 09, 2017

    Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband, and that is very sad, and is a tragedy that no one deserves. Also, SS learned how to gain resilience and re-find joy, which is fantastic, and I know we all wish for her. That said, the advice she offers in this book does not seem relevant or helpful to...

    Ok I didn't quite get through this one before it disappeared from my IPad but I did get through most of it. I found the book to be helpful with good insight not only for someone grieving a loss but also for anyone who is suffering from or have a loved one suffering from a serious i...

    I?m honored to be a small part of Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant?s new book Option B. (See page 164.) The message of the book is one that everyone can benefit and learn from: We are stronger and more resilient than we think. We not only have the ability to cope with devastating lif...

    It?s rude to criticize grieving widows. Maybe it?s even mean or cruel, and a boiling cauldron awaits me in Hell. But Sheryl Sandberg?s new book, Option B, is hard to take seriously, especially for those of us who are not multi-millionaires and have lost a spouse and been left alo...

    The book narrates how Sheryl Sandberg, CEO of Facebook, has been able to cope with the sudden death of her beloved husband who passed away at a relatively young age leaving two young children behind. The book not only explores her experience but also includes the advice she has rece...

    Sheryl Sandberg suffered a tragic and unthinkable loss when her husband died on vacation, and just like anyone else, she had to develop coping strategies and solutions to problems in order to work through her grief, comfort her children and get back to living. Her personal story is h...

    It's #Booksgiving! Start getting your bookish friends their read on...especially valuable for your friend whose grief is still raw. Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband before he was fifty. I lost mine when he was not quite 34. I connect with her pain on every imaginable level. I als...

  • Tim
    May 23, 2017

    Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband, and that is very sad, and is a tragedy that no one deserves. Also, SS learned how to gain resilience and re-find joy, which is fantastic, and I know we all wish for her. That said, the advice she offers in this book does not seem relevant or helpful to...

    Ok I didn't quite get through this one before it disappeared from my IPad but I did get through most of it. I found the book to be helpful with good insight not only for someone grieving a loss but also for anyone who is suffering from or have a loved one suffering from a serious i...

    I?m honored to be a small part of Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant?s new book Option B. (See page 164.) The message of the book is one that everyone can benefit and learn from: We are stronger and more resilient than we think. We not only have the ability to cope with devastating lif...

    It?s rude to criticize grieving widows. Maybe it?s even mean or cruel, and a boiling cauldron awaits me in Hell. But Sheryl Sandberg?s new book, Option B, is hard to take seriously, especially for those of us who are not multi-millionaires and have lost a spouse and been left alo...

    The book narrates how Sheryl Sandberg, CEO of Facebook, has been able to cope with the sudden death of her beloved husband who passed away at a relatively young age leaving two young children behind. The book not only explores her experience but also includes the advice she has rece...

    Sheryl Sandberg suffered a tragic and unthinkable loss when her husband died on vacation, and just like anyone else, she had to develop coping strategies and solutions to problems in order to work through her grief, comfort her children and get back to living. Her personal story is h...

    It's #Booksgiving! Start getting your bookish friends their read on...especially valuable for your friend whose grief is still raw. Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband before he was fifty. I lost mine when he was not quite 34. I connect with her pain on every imaginable level. I als...

    Sheryl Sandberg, you simply understand. Thank you. As a female who has worked in tech, specifically in social media, I must say, I lack investment in corporate life. I'm the one who wants to be the full-time wife... And it is with that in mind that I must tell you, Sheryl Sandber...

    ?? ??? ???? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ???? ???????? ?? ??????? ???? ??? ?? ????? ??? ?? ??? ????? ??? ?? ??????? ????? ????? ? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ????? ??...

    This was interesting to read after 'Lean In.' In some ways, Sheryl is absolutely humbled by the tragedy that hit her family. She openly talks through the vulnerability and admits to a lot of the assumptions she made with 'Lean In' coming from a place of stability and privilege. I enjoy...

    The best book I have come across on grieving and healing ...

    A cathartic book for Sheryl but it doesn't give much constructive advice. Way too general. ...

    This one is a tear jerker - ugly criers be warned. Beyond the Instagram selfies and humble brag Facebook posts is a ton of grief in all of our lives that we do our best to hide from others. Option B uses Sheryl's tragedy to openly discuss trauma, it's impact, recovery, and post trauma ...

    I read the first three chapters and skimmed the rest. I remember hearing of Sandberg?s husband?s sudden death of cardiac arrhythmia while on an exercise machine in a Mexico hotel. (Elizabeth Alexander?s husband died in similar circumstances; she wrote about it in The Light of the...

    3.0 Stars I have such mixed feelings about this book. I?m glad I read it and encourage folks to give it a whirl if you can pick up a copy at your local library but from the very beginning, something felt off, not quite right. But first let me express my sincere condolences to ...

    3.5 Stars rounded up to 4, because it has a solid message and is widely applicable. Resilience is the strength and speed of our response to adversity, and we can build it. It isn?t about having a backbone. It?s about strengthening the muscles around our backbone. ? Sheryl Sa...

    Facebook propoganda meets white billionaire privilege. Gross. I feel sad for Sheryl Sandberg and her loss, but this book is TERRIBLE. Positioned as a self-help book, it's anything but helpful. I agree with the negative reviews that this doesn't provide practical advice for ANYON...

    I have to give Sheryl Sandberg credit. The topic of this book is not an easy one to cover and let's be honest, the majority of authors that do pen such books related to rebounding from grief have some kind of educational background or job experience that gives them the authority to adv...

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    I?ve read some of the negative reviews of Sandberg?s books and I agree with them to a point. Sandberg does discuss how she personally handled the grief of losing a spouse, and she generalized her efforts to deal with the grief and moving on while remembering into advice for all. It...

    ?????: ????? ?? ????? ????? ?????. https://sadraa.me/%d9%85%d9%88%d8%a7%... ????? ??? ????? ???? ??? ?????? ?? ????? ?????? ?? ???? ?? ?? ????? ????? ?? ??? ????? ??? ???? ?? ?...

    Really not fair to rate this book, simply this is not my book of choice. Read this for neighborhood book club. It's not bad and was enlightening. ...

    I have not yet read Sandberg's popular book Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead, even though I have a copy on my book shelf. For some reason I previusly thought of Sandberg as one of those privileged women, one of the unique, and maybe not the voice to speak to me. Option B thou...

    Not all of the author's friends, coworkers, and acquaintances said the perfect things to her after her husband died. She remembered every transgression, and then wrote a book detailing them. I was hoping that I would learn something about resilience from this book. Instead, after r...

    4.0 Stars - Resilience has become my new word! I'm normally not a self-help reader, but the message in this story really hit home for me. I highly recommend this one to anyone looking for the strength to persevere through the challenges parts of life. ...

    WOW. Reading "Option B" was such a gift. This book is going next to "When Bad Things Happen to Good People" on the shelf* for rough times in my own life and in the lives of those I love. I highly recommend this for those who are navigating a tough time--whether recent tragedy, or an on...

    I chose this book because of my dark days after losing my dad last year. I read the introduction and I found shared feeling with the author and I continue reading. The book includes important knowledge about making resilience, however, I think it was not necessary a full book on i...

    I walked into this book knowing who Sheryl Sandberg was, but without honestly knowing the tragic events that led up to her writing this book. So for me, it was a huge surprise. As some of the other reviewers have noted, many of the concepts she touches on learning and adapting are seem...

  • Rebecca
    Oct 16, 2017

    Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband, and that is very sad, and is a tragedy that no one deserves. Also, SS learned how to gain resilience and re-find joy, which is fantastic, and I know we all wish for her. That said, the advice she offers in this book does not seem relevant or helpful to...

    Ok I didn't quite get through this one before it disappeared from my IPad but I did get through most of it. I found the book to be helpful with good insight not only for someone grieving a loss but also for anyone who is suffering from or have a loved one suffering from a serious i...

    I?m honored to be a small part of Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant?s new book Option B. (See page 164.) The message of the book is one that everyone can benefit and learn from: We are stronger and more resilient than we think. We not only have the ability to cope with devastating lif...

    It?s rude to criticize grieving widows. Maybe it?s even mean or cruel, and a boiling cauldron awaits me in Hell. But Sheryl Sandberg?s new book, Option B, is hard to take seriously, especially for those of us who are not multi-millionaires and have lost a spouse and been left alo...

    The book narrates how Sheryl Sandberg, CEO of Facebook, has been able to cope with the sudden death of her beloved husband who passed away at a relatively young age leaving two young children behind. The book not only explores her experience but also includes the advice she has rece...

    Sheryl Sandberg suffered a tragic and unthinkable loss when her husband died on vacation, and just like anyone else, she had to develop coping strategies and solutions to problems in order to work through her grief, comfort her children and get back to living. Her personal story is h...

    It's #Booksgiving! Start getting your bookish friends their read on...especially valuable for your friend whose grief is still raw. Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband before he was fifty. I lost mine when he was not quite 34. I connect with her pain on every imaginable level. I als...

    Sheryl Sandberg, you simply understand. Thank you. As a female who has worked in tech, specifically in social media, I must say, I lack investment in corporate life. I'm the one who wants to be the full-time wife... And it is with that in mind that I must tell you, Sheryl Sandber...

    ?? ??? ???? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ???? ???????? ?? ??????? ???? ??? ?? ????? ??? ?? ??? ????? ??? ?? ??????? ????? ????? ? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ????? ??...

    This was interesting to read after 'Lean In.' In some ways, Sheryl is absolutely humbled by the tragedy that hit her family. She openly talks through the vulnerability and admits to a lot of the assumptions she made with 'Lean In' coming from a place of stability and privilege. I enjoy...

    The best book I have come across on grieving and healing ...

    A cathartic book for Sheryl but it doesn't give much constructive advice. Way too general. ...

    This one is a tear jerker - ugly criers be warned. Beyond the Instagram selfies and humble brag Facebook posts is a ton of grief in all of our lives that we do our best to hide from others. Option B uses Sheryl's tragedy to openly discuss trauma, it's impact, recovery, and post trauma ...

    I read the first three chapters and skimmed the rest. I remember hearing of Sandberg?s husband?s sudden death of cardiac arrhythmia while on an exercise machine in a Mexico hotel. (Elizabeth Alexander?s husband died in similar circumstances; she wrote about it in The Light of the...

  • Jay
    Apr 25, 2017

    Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband, and that is very sad, and is a tragedy that no one deserves. Also, SS learned how to gain resilience and re-find joy, which is fantastic, and I know we all wish for her. That said, the advice she offers in this book does not seem relevant or helpful to...

    Ok I didn't quite get through this one before it disappeared from my IPad but I did get through most of it. I found the book to be helpful with good insight not only for someone grieving a loss but also for anyone who is suffering from or have a loved one suffering from a serious i...

    I?m honored to be a small part of Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant?s new book Option B. (See page 164.) The message of the book is one that everyone can benefit and learn from: We are stronger and more resilient than we think. We not only have the ability to cope with devastating lif...

    It?s rude to criticize grieving widows. Maybe it?s even mean or cruel, and a boiling cauldron awaits me in Hell. But Sheryl Sandberg?s new book, Option B, is hard to take seriously, especially for those of us who are not multi-millionaires and have lost a spouse and been left alo...

    The book narrates how Sheryl Sandberg, CEO of Facebook, has been able to cope with the sudden death of her beloved husband who passed away at a relatively young age leaving two young children behind. The book not only explores her experience but also includes the advice she has rece...

    Sheryl Sandberg suffered a tragic and unthinkable loss when her husband died on vacation, and just like anyone else, she had to develop coping strategies and solutions to problems in order to work through her grief, comfort her children and get back to living. Her personal story is h...

    It's #Booksgiving! Start getting your bookish friends their read on...especially valuable for your friend whose grief is still raw. Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband before he was fifty. I lost mine when he was not quite 34. I connect with her pain on every imaginable level. I als...

    Sheryl Sandberg, you simply understand. Thank you. As a female who has worked in tech, specifically in social media, I must say, I lack investment in corporate life. I'm the one who wants to be the full-time wife... And it is with that in mind that I must tell you, Sheryl Sandber...

  • SerialReader
    May 14, 2017

    Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband, and that is very sad, and is a tragedy that no one deserves. Also, SS learned how to gain resilience and re-find joy, which is fantastic, and I know we all wish for her. That said, the advice she offers in this book does not seem relevant or helpful to...

    Ok I didn't quite get through this one before it disappeared from my IPad but I did get through most of it. I found the book to be helpful with good insight not only for someone grieving a loss but also for anyone who is suffering from or have a loved one suffering from a serious i...

    I?m honored to be a small part of Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant?s new book Option B. (See page 164.) The message of the book is one that everyone can benefit and learn from: We are stronger and more resilient than we think. We not only have the ability to cope with devastating lif...

    It?s rude to criticize grieving widows. Maybe it?s even mean or cruel, and a boiling cauldron awaits me in Hell. But Sheryl Sandberg?s new book, Option B, is hard to take seriously, especially for those of us who are not multi-millionaires and have lost a spouse and been left alo...

    The book narrates how Sheryl Sandberg, CEO of Facebook, has been able to cope with the sudden death of her beloved husband who passed away at a relatively young age leaving two young children behind. The book not only explores her experience but also includes the advice she has rece...

    Sheryl Sandberg suffered a tragic and unthinkable loss when her husband died on vacation, and just like anyone else, she had to develop coping strategies and solutions to problems in order to work through her grief, comfort her children and get back to living. Her personal story is h...

    It's #Booksgiving! Start getting your bookish friends their read on...especially valuable for your friend whose grief is still raw. Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband before he was fifty. I lost mine when he was not quite 34. I connect with her pain on every imaginable level. I als...

    Sheryl Sandberg, you simply understand. Thank you. As a female who has worked in tech, specifically in social media, I must say, I lack investment in corporate life. I'm the one who wants to be the full-time wife... And it is with that in mind that I must tell you, Sheryl Sandber...

    ?? ??? ???? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ???? ???????? ?? ??????? ???? ??? ?? ????? ??? ?? ??? ????? ??? ?? ??????? ????? ????? ? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ????? ??...

    This was interesting to read after 'Lean In.' In some ways, Sheryl is absolutely humbled by the tragedy that hit her family. She openly talks through the vulnerability and admits to a lot of the assumptions she made with 'Lean In' coming from a place of stability and privilege. I enjoy...

    The best book I have come across on grieving and healing ...

    A cathartic book for Sheryl but it doesn't give much constructive advice. Way too general. ...

  • Rachel (TheShadesofOrange)
    May 06, 2018

    Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband, and that is very sad, and is a tragedy that no one deserves. Also, SS learned how to gain resilience and re-find joy, which is fantastic, and I know we all wish for her. That said, the advice she offers in this book does not seem relevant or helpful to...

    Ok I didn't quite get through this one before it disappeared from my IPad but I did get through most of it. I found the book to be helpful with good insight not only for someone grieving a loss but also for anyone who is suffering from or have a loved one suffering from a serious i...

    I?m honored to be a small part of Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant?s new book Option B. (See page 164.) The message of the book is one that everyone can benefit and learn from: We are stronger and more resilient than we think. We not only have the ability to cope with devastating lif...

    It?s rude to criticize grieving widows. Maybe it?s even mean or cruel, and a boiling cauldron awaits me in Hell. But Sheryl Sandberg?s new book, Option B, is hard to take seriously, especially for those of us who are not multi-millionaires and have lost a spouse and been left alo...

    The book narrates how Sheryl Sandberg, CEO of Facebook, has been able to cope with the sudden death of her beloved husband who passed away at a relatively young age leaving two young children behind. The book not only explores her experience but also includes the advice she has rece...

    Sheryl Sandberg suffered a tragic and unthinkable loss when her husband died on vacation, and just like anyone else, she had to develop coping strategies and solutions to problems in order to work through her grief, comfort her children and get back to living. Her personal story is h...

    It's #Booksgiving! Start getting your bookish friends their read on...especially valuable for your friend whose grief is still raw. Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband before he was fifty. I lost mine when he was not quite 34. I connect with her pain on every imaginable level. I als...

    Sheryl Sandberg, you simply understand. Thank you. As a female who has worked in tech, specifically in social media, I must say, I lack investment in corporate life. I'm the one who wants to be the full-time wife... And it is with that in mind that I must tell you, Sheryl Sandber...

    ?? ??? ???? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ???? ???????? ?? ??????? ???? ??? ?? ????? ??? ?? ??? ????? ??? ?? ??????? ????? ????? ? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ????? ??...

    This was interesting to read after 'Lean In.' In some ways, Sheryl is absolutely humbled by the tragedy that hit her family. She openly talks through the vulnerability and admits to a lot of the assumptions she made with 'Lean In' coming from a place of stability and privilege. I enjoy...

    The best book I have come across on grieving and healing ...

    A cathartic book for Sheryl but it doesn't give much constructive advice. Way too general. ...

    This one is a tear jerker - ugly criers be warned. Beyond the Instagram selfies and humble brag Facebook posts is a ton of grief in all of our lives that we do our best to hide from others. Option B uses Sheryl's tragedy to openly discuss trauma, it's impact, recovery, and post trauma ...

    I read the first three chapters and skimmed the rest. I remember hearing of Sandberg?s husband?s sudden death of cardiac arrhythmia while on an exercise machine in a Mexico hotel. (Elizabeth Alexander?s husband died in similar circumstances; she wrote about it in The Light of the...

    3.0 Stars I have such mixed feelings about this book. I?m glad I read it and encourage folks to give it a whirl if you can pick up a copy at your local library but from the very beginning, something felt off, not quite right. But first let me express my sincere condolences to ...

    3.5 Stars rounded up to 4, because it has a solid message and is widely applicable. Resilience is the strength and speed of our response to adversity, and we can build it. It isn?t about having a backbone. It?s about strengthening the muscles around our backbone. ? Sheryl Sa...

    Facebook propoganda meets white billionaire privilege. Gross. I feel sad for Sheryl Sandberg and her loss, but this book is TERRIBLE. Positioned as a self-help book, it's anything but helpful. I agree with the negative reviews that this doesn't provide practical advice for ANYON...

    I have to give Sheryl Sandberg credit. The topic of this book is not an easy one to cover and let's be honest, the majority of authors that do pen such books related to rebounding from grief have some kind of educational background or job experience that gives them the authority to adv...

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    I?ve read some of the negative reviews of Sandberg?s books and I agree with them to a point. Sandberg does discuss how she personally handled the grief of losing a spouse, and she generalized her efforts to deal with the grief and moving on while remembering into advice for all. It...

    ?????: ????? ?? ????? ????? ?????. https://sadraa.me/%d9%85%d9%88%d8%a7%... ????? ??? ????? ???? ??? ?????? ?? ????? ?????? ?? ???? ?? ?? ????? ????? ?? ??? ????? ??? ???? ?? ?...

    Really not fair to rate this book, simply this is not my book of choice. Read this for neighborhood book club. It's not bad and was enlightening. ...

    I have not yet read Sandberg's popular book Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead, even though I have a copy on my book shelf. For some reason I previusly thought of Sandberg as one of those privileged women, one of the unique, and maybe not the voice to speak to me. Option B thou...

    Not all of the author's friends, coworkers, and acquaintances said the perfect things to her after her husband died. She remembered every transgression, and then wrote a book detailing them. I was hoping that I would learn something about resilience from this book. Instead, after r...

    4.0 Stars - Resilience has become my new word! I'm normally not a self-help reader, but the message in this story really hit home for me. I highly recommend this one to anyone looking for the strength to persevere through the challenges parts of life. ...

  • Laura
    Oct 09, 2017

    Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband, and that is very sad, and is a tragedy that no one deserves. Also, SS learned how to gain resilience and re-find joy, which is fantastic, and I know we all wish for her. That said, the advice she offers in this book does not seem relevant or helpful to...

    Ok I didn't quite get through this one before it disappeared from my IPad but I did get through most of it. I found the book to be helpful with good insight not only for someone grieving a loss but also for anyone who is suffering from or have a loved one suffering from a serious i...

    I?m honored to be a small part of Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant?s new book Option B. (See page 164.) The message of the book is one that everyone can benefit and learn from: We are stronger and more resilient than we think. We not only have the ability to cope with devastating lif...

    It?s rude to criticize grieving widows. Maybe it?s even mean or cruel, and a boiling cauldron awaits me in Hell. But Sheryl Sandberg?s new book, Option B, is hard to take seriously, especially for those of us who are not multi-millionaires and have lost a spouse and been left alo...

    The book narrates how Sheryl Sandberg, CEO of Facebook, has been able to cope with the sudden death of her beloved husband who passed away at a relatively young age leaving two young children behind. The book not only explores her experience but also includes the advice she has rece...

    Sheryl Sandberg suffered a tragic and unthinkable loss when her husband died on vacation, and just like anyone else, she had to develop coping strategies and solutions to problems in order to work through her grief, comfort her children and get back to living. Her personal story is h...

    It's #Booksgiving! Start getting your bookish friends their read on...especially valuable for your friend whose grief is still raw. Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband before he was fifty. I lost mine when he was not quite 34. I connect with her pain on every imaginable level. I als...

    Sheryl Sandberg, you simply understand. Thank you. As a female who has worked in tech, specifically in social media, I must say, I lack investment in corporate life. I'm the one who wants to be the full-time wife... And it is with that in mind that I must tell you, Sheryl Sandber...

    ?? ??? ???? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ???? ???????? ?? ??????? ???? ??? ?? ????? ??? ?? ??? ????? ??? ?? ??????? ????? ????? ? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ????? ??...

    This was interesting to read after 'Lean In.' In some ways, Sheryl is absolutely humbled by the tragedy that hit her family. She openly talks through the vulnerability and admits to a lot of the assumptions she made with 'Lean In' coming from a place of stability and privilege. I enjoy...

    The best book I have come across on grieving and healing ...

    A cathartic book for Sheryl but it doesn't give much constructive advice. Way too general. ...

    This one is a tear jerker - ugly criers be warned. Beyond the Instagram selfies and humble brag Facebook posts is a ton of grief in all of our lives that we do our best to hide from others. Option B uses Sheryl's tragedy to openly discuss trauma, it's impact, recovery, and post trauma ...

    I read the first three chapters and skimmed the rest. I remember hearing of Sandberg?s husband?s sudden death of cardiac arrhythmia while on an exercise machine in a Mexico hotel. (Elizabeth Alexander?s husband died in similar circumstances; she wrote about it in The Light of the...

    3.0 Stars I have such mixed feelings about this book. I?m glad I read it and encourage folks to give it a whirl if you can pick up a copy at your local library but from the very beginning, something felt off, not quite right. But first let me express my sincere condolences to ...

    3.5 Stars rounded up to 4, because it has a solid message and is widely applicable. Resilience is the strength and speed of our response to adversity, and we can build it. It isn?t about having a backbone. It?s about strengthening the muscles around our backbone. ? Sheryl Sa...

    Facebook propoganda meets white billionaire privilege. Gross. I feel sad for Sheryl Sandberg and her loss, but this book is TERRIBLE. Positioned as a self-help book, it's anything but helpful. I agree with the negative reviews that this doesn't provide practical advice for ANYON...

    I have to give Sheryl Sandberg credit. The topic of this book is not an easy one to cover and let's be honest, the majority of authors that do pen such books related to rebounding from grief have some kind of educational background or job experience that gives them the authority to adv...

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    I?ve read some of the negative reviews of Sandberg?s books and I agree with them to a point. Sandberg does discuss how she personally handled the grief of losing a spouse, and she generalized her efforts to deal with the grief and moving on while remembering into advice for all. It...

    ?????: ????? ?? ????? ????? ?????. https://sadraa.me/%d9%85%d9%88%d8%a7%... ????? ??? ????? ???? ??? ?????? ?? ????? ?????? ?? ???? ?? ?? ????? ????? ?? ??? ????? ??? ???? ?? ?...

    Really not fair to rate this book, simply this is not my book of choice. Read this for neighborhood book club. It's not bad and was enlightening. ...

  • Jennifer Blankfein
    May 31, 2017

    Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband, and that is very sad, and is a tragedy that no one deserves. Also, SS learned how to gain resilience and re-find joy, which is fantastic, and I know we all wish for her. That said, the advice she offers in this book does not seem relevant or helpful to...

    Ok I didn't quite get through this one before it disappeared from my IPad but I did get through most of it. I found the book to be helpful with good insight not only for someone grieving a loss but also for anyone who is suffering from or have a loved one suffering from a serious i...

    I?m honored to be a small part of Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant?s new book Option B. (See page 164.) The message of the book is one that everyone can benefit and learn from: We are stronger and more resilient than we think. We not only have the ability to cope with devastating lif...

    It?s rude to criticize grieving widows. Maybe it?s even mean or cruel, and a boiling cauldron awaits me in Hell. But Sheryl Sandberg?s new book, Option B, is hard to take seriously, especially for those of us who are not multi-millionaires and have lost a spouse and been left alo...

    The book narrates how Sheryl Sandberg, CEO of Facebook, has been able to cope with the sudden death of her beloved husband who passed away at a relatively young age leaving two young children behind. The book not only explores her experience but also includes the advice she has rece...

    Sheryl Sandberg suffered a tragic and unthinkable loss when her husband died on vacation, and just like anyone else, she had to develop coping strategies and solutions to problems in order to work through her grief, comfort her children and get back to living. Her personal story is h...

  • Amin
    Sep 30, 2018

    Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband, and that is very sad, and is a tragedy that no one deserves. Also, SS learned how to gain resilience and re-find joy, which is fantastic, and I know we all wish for her. That said, the advice she offers in this book does not seem relevant or helpful to...

    Ok I didn't quite get through this one before it disappeared from my IPad but I did get through most of it. I found the book to be helpful with good insight not only for someone grieving a loss but also for anyone who is suffering from or have a loved one suffering from a serious i...

    I?m honored to be a small part of Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant?s new book Option B. (See page 164.) The message of the book is one that everyone can benefit and learn from: We are stronger and more resilient than we think. We not only have the ability to cope with devastating lif...

    It?s rude to criticize grieving widows. Maybe it?s even mean or cruel, and a boiling cauldron awaits me in Hell. But Sheryl Sandberg?s new book, Option B, is hard to take seriously, especially for those of us who are not multi-millionaires and have lost a spouse and been left alo...

    The book narrates how Sheryl Sandberg, CEO of Facebook, has been able to cope with the sudden death of her beloved husband who passed away at a relatively young age leaving two young children behind. The book not only explores her experience but also includes the advice she has rece...

    Sheryl Sandberg suffered a tragic and unthinkable loss when her husband died on vacation, and just like anyone else, she had to develop coping strategies and solutions to problems in order to work through her grief, comfort her children and get back to living. Her personal story is h...

    It's #Booksgiving! Start getting your bookish friends their read on...especially valuable for your friend whose grief is still raw. Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband before he was fifty. I lost mine when he was not quite 34. I connect with her pain on every imaginable level. I als...

    Sheryl Sandberg, you simply understand. Thank you. As a female who has worked in tech, specifically in social media, I must say, I lack investment in corporate life. I'm the one who wants to be the full-time wife... And it is with that in mind that I must tell you, Sheryl Sandber...

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    This was interesting to read after 'Lean In.' In some ways, Sheryl is absolutely humbled by the tragedy that hit her family. She openly talks through the vulnerability and admits to a lot of the assumptions she made with 'Lean In' coming from a place of stability and privilege. I enjoy...

    The best book I have come across on grieving and healing ...

    A cathartic book for Sheryl but it doesn't give much constructive advice. Way too general. ...

    This one is a tear jerker - ugly criers be warned. Beyond the Instagram selfies and humble brag Facebook posts is a ton of grief in all of our lives that we do our best to hide from others. Option B uses Sheryl's tragedy to openly discuss trauma, it's impact, recovery, and post trauma ...

    I read the first three chapters and skimmed the rest. I remember hearing of Sandberg?s husband?s sudden death of cardiac arrhythmia while on an exercise machine in a Mexico hotel. (Elizabeth Alexander?s husband died in similar circumstances; she wrote about it in The Light of the...

    3.0 Stars I have such mixed feelings about this book. I?m glad I read it and encourage folks to give it a whirl if you can pick up a copy at your local library but from the very beginning, something felt off, not quite right. But first let me express my sincere condolences to ...

    3.5 Stars rounded up to 4, because it has a solid message and is widely applicable. Resilience is the strength and speed of our response to adversity, and we can build it. It isn?t about having a backbone. It?s about strengthening the muscles around our backbone. ? Sheryl Sa...

    Facebook propoganda meets white billionaire privilege. Gross. I feel sad for Sheryl Sandberg and her loss, but this book is TERRIBLE. Positioned as a self-help book, it's anything but helpful. I agree with the negative reviews that this doesn't provide practical advice for ANYON...

    I have to give Sheryl Sandberg credit. The topic of this book is not an easy one to cover and let's be honest, the majority of authors that do pen such books related to rebounding from grief have some kind of educational background or job experience that gives them the authority to adv...

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  • Brenda - Traveling Sister
    Jun 16, 2017

    Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband, and that is very sad, and is a tragedy that no one deserves. Also, SS learned how to gain resilience and re-find joy, which is fantastic, and I know we all wish for her. That said, the advice she offers in this book does not seem relevant or helpful to...

    Ok I didn't quite get through this one before it disappeared from my IPad but I did get through most of it. I found the book to be helpful with good insight not only for someone grieving a loss but also for anyone who is suffering from or have a loved one suffering from a serious i...

  • Divya
    May 07, 2017

    Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband, and that is very sad, and is a tragedy that no one deserves. Also, SS learned how to gain resilience and re-find joy, which is fantastic, and I know we all wish for her. That said, the advice she offers in this book does not seem relevant or helpful to...

    Ok I didn't quite get through this one before it disappeared from my IPad but I did get through most of it. I found the book to be helpful with good insight not only for someone grieving a loss but also for anyone who is suffering from or have a loved one suffering from a serious i...

    I?m honored to be a small part of Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant?s new book Option B. (See page 164.) The message of the book is one that everyone can benefit and learn from: We are stronger and more resilient than we think. We not only have the ability to cope with devastating lif...

    It?s rude to criticize grieving widows. Maybe it?s even mean or cruel, and a boiling cauldron awaits me in Hell. But Sheryl Sandberg?s new book, Option B, is hard to take seriously, especially for those of us who are not multi-millionaires and have lost a spouse and been left alo...

    The book narrates how Sheryl Sandberg, CEO of Facebook, has been able to cope with the sudden death of her beloved husband who passed away at a relatively young age leaving two young children behind. The book not only explores her experience but also includes the advice she has rece...

    Sheryl Sandberg suffered a tragic and unthinkable loss when her husband died on vacation, and just like anyone else, she had to develop coping strategies and solutions to problems in order to work through her grief, comfort her children and get back to living. Her personal story is h...

    It's #Booksgiving! Start getting your bookish friends their read on...especially valuable for your friend whose grief is still raw. Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband before he was fifty. I lost mine when he was not quite 34. I connect with her pain on every imaginable level. I als...

    Sheryl Sandberg, you simply understand. Thank you. As a female who has worked in tech, specifically in social media, I must say, I lack investment in corporate life. I'm the one who wants to be the full-time wife... And it is with that in mind that I must tell you, Sheryl Sandber...

    ?? ??? ???? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ???? ???????? ?? ??????? ???? ??? ?? ????? ??? ?? ??? ????? ??? ?? ??????? ????? ????? ? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ????? ??...

    This was interesting to read after 'Lean In.' In some ways, Sheryl is absolutely humbled by the tragedy that hit her family. She openly talks through the vulnerability and admits to a lot of the assumptions she made with 'Lean In' coming from a place of stability and privilege. I enjoy...

    The best book I have come across on grieving and healing ...

    A cathartic book for Sheryl but it doesn't give much constructive advice. Way too general. ...

    This one is a tear jerker - ugly criers be warned. Beyond the Instagram selfies and humble brag Facebook posts is a ton of grief in all of our lives that we do our best to hide from others. Option B uses Sheryl's tragedy to openly discuss trauma, it's impact, recovery, and post trauma ...

    I read the first three chapters and skimmed the rest. I remember hearing of Sandberg?s husband?s sudden death of cardiac arrhythmia while on an exercise machine in a Mexico hotel. (Elizabeth Alexander?s husband died in similar circumstances; she wrote about it in The Light of the...

    3.0 Stars I have such mixed feelings about this book. I?m glad I read it and encourage folks to give it a whirl if you can pick up a copy at your local library but from the very beginning, something felt off, not quite right. But first let me express my sincere condolences to ...

    3.5 Stars rounded up to 4, because it has a solid message and is widely applicable. Resilience is the strength and speed of our response to adversity, and we can build it. It isn?t about having a backbone. It?s about strengthening the muscles around our backbone. ? Sheryl Sa...

    Facebook propoganda meets white billionaire privilege. Gross. I feel sad for Sheryl Sandberg and her loss, but this book is TERRIBLE. Positioned as a self-help book, it's anything but helpful. I agree with the negative reviews that this doesn't provide practical advice for ANYON...

    I have to give Sheryl Sandberg credit. The topic of this book is not an easy one to cover and let's be honest, the majority of authors that do pen such books related to rebounding from grief have some kind of educational background or job experience that gives them the authority to adv...

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    I?ve read some of the negative reviews of Sandberg?s books and I agree with them to a point. Sandberg does discuss how she personally handled the grief of losing a spouse, and she generalized her efforts to deal with the grief and moving on while remembering into advice for all. It...

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    Really not fair to rate this book, simply this is not my book of choice. Read this for neighborhood book club. It's not bad and was enlightening. ...

    I have not yet read Sandberg's popular book Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead, even though I have a copy on my book shelf. For some reason I previusly thought of Sandberg as one of those privileged women, one of the unique, and maybe not the voice to speak to me. Option B thou...

    Not all of the author's friends, coworkers, and acquaintances said the perfect things to her after her husband died. She remembered every transgression, and then wrote a book detailing them. I was hoping that I would learn something about resilience from this book. Instead, after r...

    4.0 Stars - Resilience has become my new word! I'm normally not a self-help reader, but the message in this story really hit home for me. I highly recommend this one to anyone looking for the strength to persevere through the challenges parts of life. ...

    WOW. Reading "Option B" was such a gift. This book is going next to "When Bad Things Happen to Good People" on the shelf* for rough times in my own life and in the lives of those I love. I highly recommend this for those who are navigating a tough time--whether recent tragedy, or an on...

    I chose this book because of my dark days after losing my dad last year. I read the introduction and I found shared feeling with the author and I continue reading. The book includes important knowledge about making resilience, however, I think it was not necessary a full book on i...

    I walked into this book knowing who Sheryl Sandberg was, but without honestly knowing the tragic events that led up to her writing this book. So for me, it was a huge surprise. As some of the other reviewers have noted, many of the concepts she touches on learning and adapting are seem...

    This is a short book on handling grief, or as the author calls it "Option B". That's the plan you have to go with when life takes you off course and on a new path. Sheryl Sandberg is an executive at Facebook and was on a vacation in Mexico with her husband Dave, and their friends. Dave...

    I figured this would be a half parts Sheryl Sandberg's memoir and half parts Adam Grant's research on the topic of resilience. The actual outcome was a little more off balance. It is mostly a memoir and as one, it is a very powerful one. Several times, I found myself choking up as I re...

  • Jess Johnson
    May 27, 2017

    Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband, and that is very sad, and is a tragedy that no one deserves. Also, SS learned how to gain resilience and re-find joy, which is fantastic, and I know we all wish for her. That said, the advice she offers in this book does not seem relevant or helpful to...

    Ok I didn't quite get through this one before it disappeared from my IPad but I did get through most of it. I found the book to be helpful with good insight not only for someone grieving a loss but also for anyone who is suffering from or have a loved one suffering from a serious i...

    I?m honored to be a small part of Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant?s new book Option B. (See page 164.) The message of the book is one that everyone can benefit and learn from: We are stronger and more resilient than we think. We not only have the ability to cope with devastating lif...

    It?s rude to criticize grieving widows. Maybe it?s even mean or cruel, and a boiling cauldron awaits me in Hell. But Sheryl Sandberg?s new book, Option B, is hard to take seriously, especially for those of us who are not multi-millionaires and have lost a spouse and been left alo...

    The book narrates how Sheryl Sandberg, CEO of Facebook, has been able to cope with the sudden death of her beloved husband who passed away at a relatively young age leaving two young children behind. The book not only explores her experience but also includes the advice she has rece...

    Sheryl Sandberg suffered a tragic and unthinkable loss when her husband died on vacation, and just like anyone else, she had to develop coping strategies and solutions to problems in order to work through her grief, comfort her children and get back to living. Her personal story is h...

    It's #Booksgiving! Start getting your bookish friends their read on...especially valuable for your friend whose grief is still raw. Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband before he was fifty. I lost mine when he was not quite 34. I connect with her pain on every imaginable level. I als...

    Sheryl Sandberg, you simply understand. Thank you. As a female who has worked in tech, specifically in social media, I must say, I lack investment in corporate life. I'm the one who wants to be the full-time wife... And it is with that in mind that I must tell you, Sheryl Sandber...

    ?? ??? ???? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ???? ???????? ?? ??????? ???? ??? ?? ????? ??? ?? ??? ????? ??? ?? ??????? ????? ????? ? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ????? ??...

    This was interesting to read after 'Lean In.' In some ways, Sheryl is absolutely humbled by the tragedy that hit her family. She openly talks through the vulnerability and admits to a lot of the assumptions she made with 'Lean In' coming from a place of stability and privilege. I enjoy...

  • Rebecca Eisenberg
    May 11, 2017

    Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband, and that is very sad, and is a tragedy that no one deserves. Also, SS learned how to gain resilience and re-find joy, which is fantastic, and I know we all wish for her. That said, the advice she offers in this book does not seem relevant or helpful to...

  • Bill
    Jul 16, 2017

    Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband, and that is very sad, and is a tragedy that no one deserves. Also, SS learned how to gain resilience and re-find joy, which is fantastic, and I know we all wish for her. That said, the advice she offers in this book does not seem relevant or helpful to...

    Ok I didn't quite get through this one before it disappeared from my IPad but I did get through most of it. I found the book to be helpful with good insight not only for someone grieving a loss but also for anyone who is suffering from or have a loved one suffering from a serious i...

    I?m honored to be a small part of Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant?s new book Option B. (See page 164.) The message of the book is one that everyone can benefit and learn from: We are stronger and more resilient than we think. We not only have the ability to cope with devastating lif...

    It?s rude to criticize grieving widows. Maybe it?s even mean or cruel, and a boiling cauldron awaits me in Hell. But Sheryl Sandberg?s new book, Option B, is hard to take seriously, especially for those of us who are not multi-millionaires and have lost a spouse and been left alo...

    The book narrates how Sheryl Sandberg, CEO of Facebook, has been able to cope with the sudden death of her beloved husband who passed away at a relatively young age leaving two young children behind. The book not only explores her experience but also includes the advice she has rece...

    Sheryl Sandberg suffered a tragic and unthinkable loss when her husband died on vacation, and just like anyone else, she had to develop coping strategies and solutions to problems in order to work through her grief, comfort her children and get back to living. Her personal story is h...

    It's #Booksgiving! Start getting your bookish friends their read on...especially valuable for your friend whose grief is still raw. Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband before he was fifty. I lost mine when he was not quite 34. I connect with her pain on every imaginable level. I als...

    Sheryl Sandberg, you simply understand. Thank you. As a female who has worked in tech, specifically in social media, I must say, I lack investment in corporate life. I'm the one who wants to be the full-time wife... And it is with that in mind that I must tell you, Sheryl Sandber...

    ?? ??? ???? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ???? ???????? ?? ??????? ???? ??? ?? ????? ??? ?? ??? ????? ??? ?? ??????? ????? ????? ? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ????? ??...

    This was interesting to read after 'Lean In.' In some ways, Sheryl is absolutely humbled by the tragedy that hit her family. She openly talks through the vulnerability and admits to a lot of the assumptions she made with 'Lean In' coming from a place of stability and privilege. I enjoy...

    The best book I have come across on grieving and healing ...

    A cathartic book for Sheryl but it doesn't give much constructive advice. Way too general. ...

    This one is a tear jerker - ugly criers be warned. Beyond the Instagram selfies and humble brag Facebook posts is a ton of grief in all of our lives that we do our best to hide from others. Option B uses Sheryl's tragedy to openly discuss trauma, it's impact, recovery, and post trauma ...

    I read the first three chapters and skimmed the rest. I remember hearing of Sandberg?s husband?s sudden death of cardiac arrhythmia while on an exercise machine in a Mexico hotel. (Elizabeth Alexander?s husband died in similar circumstances; she wrote about it in The Light of the...

    3.0 Stars I have such mixed feelings about this book. I?m glad I read it and encourage folks to give it a whirl if you can pick up a copy at your local library but from the very beginning, something felt off, not quite right. But first let me express my sincere condolences to ...

  • Azhar
    Apr 26, 2017

    Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband, and that is very sad, and is a tragedy that no one deserves. Also, SS learned how to gain resilience and re-find joy, which is fantastic, and I know we all wish for her. That said, the advice she offers in this book does not seem relevant or helpful to...

    Ok I didn't quite get through this one before it disappeared from my IPad but I did get through most of it. I found the book to be helpful with good insight not only for someone grieving a loss but also for anyone who is suffering from or have a loved one suffering from a serious i...

    I?m honored to be a small part of Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant?s new book Option B. (See page 164.) The message of the book is one that everyone can benefit and learn from: We are stronger and more resilient than we think. We not only have the ability to cope with devastating lif...

    It?s rude to criticize grieving widows. Maybe it?s even mean or cruel, and a boiling cauldron awaits me in Hell. But Sheryl Sandberg?s new book, Option B, is hard to take seriously, especially for those of us who are not multi-millionaires and have lost a spouse and been left alo...

    The book narrates how Sheryl Sandberg, CEO of Facebook, has been able to cope with the sudden death of her beloved husband who passed away at a relatively young age leaving two young children behind. The book not only explores her experience but also includes the advice she has rece...

    Sheryl Sandberg suffered a tragic and unthinkable loss when her husband died on vacation, and just like anyone else, she had to develop coping strategies and solutions to problems in order to work through her grief, comfort her children and get back to living. Her personal story is h...

    It's #Booksgiving! Start getting your bookish friends their read on...especially valuable for your friend whose grief is still raw. Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband before he was fifty. I lost mine when he was not quite 34. I connect with her pain on every imaginable level. I als...

    Sheryl Sandberg, you simply understand. Thank you. As a female who has worked in tech, specifically in social media, I must say, I lack investment in corporate life. I'm the one who wants to be the full-time wife... And it is with that in mind that I must tell you, Sheryl Sandber...

    ?? ??? ???? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ???? ???????? ?? ??????? ???? ??? ?? ????? ??? ?? ??? ????? ??? ?? ??????? ????? ????? ? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ????? ??...

    This was interesting to read after 'Lean In.' In some ways, Sheryl is absolutely humbled by the tragedy that hit her family. She openly talks through the vulnerability and admits to a lot of the assumptions she made with 'Lean In' coming from a place of stability and privilege. I enjoy...

    The best book I have come across on grieving and healing ...

    A cathartic book for Sheryl but it doesn't give much constructive advice. Way too general. ...

    This one is a tear jerker - ugly criers be warned. Beyond the Instagram selfies and humble brag Facebook posts is a ton of grief in all of our lives that we do our best to hide from others. Option B uses Sheryl's tragedy to openly discuss trauma, it's impact, recovery, and post trauma ...

  • Liz
    May 26, 2017

    Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband, and that is very sad, and is a tragedy that no one deserves. Also, SS learned how to gain resilience and re-find joy, which is fantastic, and I know we all wish for her. That said, the advice she offers in this book does not seem relevant or helpful to...

    Ok I didn't quite get through this one before it disappeared from my IPad but I did get through most of it. I found the book to be helpful with good insight not only for someone grieving a loss but also for anyone who is suffering from or have a loved one suffering from a serious i...

    I?m honored to be a small part of Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant?s new book Option B. (See page 164.) The message of the book is one that everyone can benefit and learn from: We are stronger and more resilient than we think. We not only have the ability to cope with devastating lif...

    It?s rude to criticize grieving widows. Maybe it?s even mean or cruel, and a boiling cauldron awaits me in Hell. But Sheryl Sandberg?s new book, Option B, is hard to take seriously, especially for those of us who are not multi-millionaires and have lost a spouse and been left alo...

    The book narrates how Sheryl Sandberg, CEO of Facebook, has been able to cope with the sudden death of her beloved husband who passed away at a relatively young age leaving two young children behind. The book not only explores her experience but also includes the advice she has rece...

    Sheryl Sandberg suffered a tragic and unthinkable loss when her husband died on vacation, and just like anyone else, she had to develop coping strategies and solutions to problems in order to work through her grief, comfort her children and get back to living. Her personal story is h...

    It's #Booksgiving! Start getting your bookish friends their read on...especially valuable for your friend whose grief is still raw. Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband before he was fifty. I lost mine when he was not quite 34. I connect with her pain on every imaginable level. I als...

    Sheryl Sandberg, you simply understand. Thank you. As a female who has worked in tech, specifically in social media, I must say, I lack investment in corporate life. I'm the one who wants to be the full-time wife... And it is with that in mind that I must tell you, Sheryl Sandber...

    ?? ??? ???? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ???? ???????? ?? ??????? ???? ??? ?? ????? ??? ?? ??? ????? ??? ?? ??????? ????? ????? ? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ????? ??...

    This was interesting to read after 'Lean In.' In some ways, Sheryl is absolutely humbled by the tragedy that hit her family. She openly talks through the vulnerability and admits to a lot of the assumptions she made with 'Lean In' coming from a place of stability and privilege. I enjoy...

    The best book I have come across on grieving and healing ...

    A cathartic book for Sheryl but it doesn't give much constructive advice. Way too general. ...

    This one is a tear jerker - ugly criers be warned. Beyond the Instagram selfies and humble brag Facebook posts is a ton of grief in all of our lives that we do our best to hide from others. Option B uses Sheryl's tragedy to openly discuss trauma, it's impact, recovery, and post trauma ...

    I read the first three chapters and skimmed the rest. I remember hearing of Sandberg?s husband?s sudden death of cardiac arrhythmia while on an exercise machine in a Mexico hotel. (Elizabeth Alexander?s husband died in similar circumstances; she wrote about it in The Light of the...

    3.0 Stars I have such mixed feelings about this book. I?m glad I read it and encourage folks to give it a whirl if you can pick up a copy at your local library but from the very beginning, something felt off, not quite right. But first let me express my sincere condolences to ...

    3.5 Stars rounded up to 4, because it has a solid message and is widely applicable. Resilience is the strength and speed of our response to adversity, and we can build it. It isn?t about having a backbone. It?s about strengthening the muscles around our backbone. ? Sheryl Sa...

    Facebook propoganda meets white billionaire privilege. Gross. I feel sad for Sheryl Sandberg and her loss, but this book is TERRIBLE. Positioned as a self-help book, it's anything but helpful. I agree with the negative reviews that this doesn't provide practical advice for ANYON...

    I have to give Sheryl Sandberg credit. The topic of this book is not an easy one to cover and let's be honest, the majority of authors that do pen such books related to rebounding from grief have some kind of educational background or job experience that gives them the authority to adv...

    ?? ????? ?? ???? ??????? ???? ??? ????? ??? ?? ???? ??? ????? ?? ????? ????????? ?? ?? ????. ?? ??? ??? ????? ?? ?? ??? ?? ??? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ??? ?? ?? ?...

    I?ve read some of the negative reviews of Sandberg?s books and I agree with them to a point. Sandberg does discuss how she personally handled the grief of losing a spouse, and she generalized her efforts to deal with the grief and moving on while remembering into advice for all. It...

    ?????: ????? ?? ????? ????? ?????. https://sadraa.me/%d9%85%d9%88%d8%a7%... ????? ??? ????? ???? ??? ?????? ?? ????? ?????? ?? ???? ?? ?? ????? ????? ?? ??? ????? ??? ???? ?? ?...

    Really not fair to rate this book, simply this is not my book of choice. Read this for neighborhood book club. It's not bad and was enlightening. ...

    I have not yet read Sandberg's popular book Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead, even though I have a copy on my book shelf. For some reason I previusly thought of Sandberg as one of those privileged women, one of the unique, and maybe not the voice to speak to me. Option B thou...

    Not all of the author's friends, coworkers, and acquaintances said the perfect things to her after her husband died. She remembered every transgression, and then wrote a book detailing them. I was hoping that I would learn something about resilience from this book. Instead, after r...

    4.0 Stars - Resilience has become my new word! I'm normally not a self-help reader, but the message in this story really hit home for me. I highly recommend this one to anyone looking for the strength to persevere through the challenges parts of life. ...

    WOW. Reading "Option B" was such a gift. This book is going next to "When Bad Things Happen to Good People" on the shelf* for rough times in my own life and in the lives of those I love. I highly recommend this for those who are navigating a tough time--whether recent tragedy, or an on...

  • Sara Kamjou
    Dec 25, 2017

    Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband, and that is very sad, and is a tragedy that no one deserves. Also, SS learned how to gain resilience and re-find joy, which is fantastic, and I know we all wish for her. That said, the advice she offers in this book does not seem relevant or helpful to...

    Ok I didn't quite get through this one before it disappeared from my IPad but I did get through most of it. I found the book to be helpful with good insight not only for someone grieving a loss but also for anyone who is suffering from or have a loved one suffering from a serious i...

    I?m honored to be a small part of Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant?s new book Option B. (See page 164.) The message of the book is one that everyone can benefit and learn from: We are stronger and more resilient than we think. We not only have the ability to cope with devastating lif...

    It?s rude to criticize grieving widows. Maybe it?s even mean or cruel, and a boiling cauldron awaits me in Hell. But Sheryl Sandberg?s new book, Option B, is hard to take seriously, especially for those of us who are not multi-millionaires and have lost a spouse and been left alo...

    The book narrates how Sheryl Sandberg, CEO of Facebook, has been able to cope with the sudden death of her beloved husband who passed away at a relatively young age leaving two young children behind. The book not only explores her experience but also includes the advice she has rece...

    Sheryl Sandberg suffered a tragic and unthinkable loss when her husband died on vacation, and just like anyone else, she had to develop coping strategies and solutions to problems in order to work through her grief, comfort her children and get back to living. Her personal story is h...

    It's #Booksgiving! Start getting your bookish friends their read on...especially valuable for your friend whose grief is still raw. Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband before he was fifty. I lost mine when he was not quite 34. I connect with her pain on every imaginable level. I als...

    Sheryl Sandberg, you simply understand. Thank you. As a female who has worked in tech, specifically in social media, I must say, I lack investment in corporate life. I'm the one who wants to be the full-time wife... And it is with that in mind that I must tell you, Sheryl Sandber...

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  • Amir H
    Nov 06, 2018

    Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband, and that is very sad, and is a tragedy that no one deserves. Also, SS learned how to gain resilience and re-find joy, which is fantastic, and I know we all wish for her. That said, the advice she offers in this book does not seem relevant or helpful to...

    Ok I didn't quite get through this one before it disappeared from my IPad but I did get through most of it. I found the book to be helpful with good insight not only for someone grieving a loss but also for anyone who is suffering from or have a loved one suffering from a serious i...

    I?m honored to be a small part of Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant?s new book Option B. (See page 164.) The message of the book is one that everyone can benefit and learn from: We are stronger and more resilient than we think. We not only have the ability to cope with devastating lif...

    It?s rude to criticize grieving widows. Maybe it?s even mean or cruel, and a boiling cauldron awaits me in Hell. But Sheryl Sandberg?s new book, Option B, is hard to take seriously, especially for those of us who are not multi-millionaires and have lost a spouse and been left alo...

    The book narrates how Sheryl Sandberg, CEO of Facebook, has been able to cope with the sudden death of her beloved husband who passed away at a relatively young age leaving two young children behind. The book not only explores her experience but also includes the advice she has rece...

    Sheryl Sandberg suffered a tragic and unthinkable loss when her husband died on vacation, and just like anyone else, she had to develop coping strategies and solutions to problems in order to work through her grief, comfort her children and get back to living. Her personal story is h...

    It's #Booksgiving! Start getting your bookish friends their read on...especially valuable for your friend whose grief is still raw. Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband before he was fifty. I lost mine when he was not quite 34. I connect with her pain on every imaginable level. I als...

    Sheryl Sandberg, you simply understand. Thank you. As a female who has worked in tech, specifically in social media, I must say, I lack investment in corporate life. I'm the one who wants to be the full-time wife... And it is with that in mind that I must tell you, Sheryl Sandber...

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    This was interesting to read after 'Lean In.' In some ways, Sheryl is absolutely humbled by the tragedy that hit her family. She openly talks through the vulnerability and admits to a lot of the assumptions she made with 'Lean In' coming from a place of stability and privilege. I enjoy...

    The best book I have come across on grieving and healing ...

    A cathartic book for Sheryl but it doesn't give much constructive advice. Way too general. ...

    This one is a tear jerker - ugly criers be warned. Beyond the Instagram selfies and humble brag Facebook posts is a ton of grief in all of our lives that we do our best to hide from others. Option B uses Sheryl's tragedy to openly discuss trauma, it's impact, recovery, and post trauma ...

    I read the first three chapters and skimmed the rest. I remember hearing of Sandberg?s husband?s sudden death of cardiac arrhythmia while on an exercise machine in a Mexico hotel. (Elizabeth Alexander?s husband died in similar circumstances; she wrote about it in The Light of the...

    3.0 Stars I have such mixed feelings about this book. I?m glad I read it and encourage folks to give it a whirl if you can pick up a copy at your local library but from the very beginning, something felt off, not quite right. But first let me express my sincere condolences to ...

    3.5 Stars rounded up to 4, because it has a solid message and is widely applicable. Resilience is the strength and speed of our response to adversity, and we can build it. It isn?t about having a backbone. It?s about strengthening the muscles around our backbone. ? Sheryl Sa...

    Facebook propoganda meets white billionaire privilege. Gross. I feel sad for Sheryl Sandberg and her loss, but this book is TERRIBLE. Positioned as a self-help book, it's anything but helpful. I agree with the negative reviews that this doesn't provide practical advice for ANYON...

    I have to give Sheryl Sandberg credit. The topic of this book is not an easy one to cover and let's be honest, the majority of authors that do pen such books related to rebounding from grief have some kind of educational background or job experience that gives them the authority to adv...

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    I?ve read some of the negative reviews of Sandberg?s books and I agree with them to a point. Sandberg does discuss how she personally handled the grief of losing a spouse, and she generalized her efforts to deal with the grief and moving on while remembering into advice for all. It...

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    Really not fair to rate this book, simply this is not my book of choice. Read this for neighborhood book club. It's not bad and was enlightening. ...

    I have not yet read Sandberg's popular book Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead, even though I have a copy on my book shelf. For some reason I previusly thought of Sandberg as one of those privileged women, one of the unique, and maybe not the voice to speak to me. Option B thou...

    Not all of the author's friends, coworkers, and acquaintances said the perfect things to her after her husband died. She remembered every transgression, and then wrote a book detailing them. I was hoping that I would learn something about resilience from this book. Instead, after r...

    4.0 Stars - Resilience has become my new word! I'm normally not a self-help reader, but the message in this story really hit home for me. I highly recommend this one to anyone looking for the strength to persevere through the challenges parts of life. ...

    WOW. Reading "Option B" was such a gift. This book is going next to "When Bad Things Happen to Good People" on the shelf* for rough times in my own life and in the lives of those I love. I highly recommend this for those who are navigating a tough time--whether recent tragedy, or an on...

    I chose this book because of my dark days after losing my dad last year. I read the introduction and I found shared feeling with the author and I continue reading. The book includes important knowledge about making resilience, however, I think it was not necessary a full book on i...

  • Laura Noggle
    Dec 02, 2017

    Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband, and that is very sad, and is a tragedy that no one deserves. Also, SS learned how to gain resilience and re-find joy, which is fantastic, and I know we all wish for her. That said, the advice she offers in this book does not seem relevant or helpful to...

    Ok I didn't quite get through this one before it disappeared from my IPad but I did get through most of it. I found the book to be helpful with good insight not only for someone grieving a loss but also for anyone who is suffering from or have a loved one suffering from a serious i...

    I?m honored to be a small part of Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant?s new book Option B. (See page 164.) The message of the book is one that everyone can benefit and learn from: We are stronger and more resilient than we think. We not only have the ability to cope with devastating lif...

    It?s rude to criticize grieving widows. Maybe it?s even mean or cruel, and a boiling cauldron awaits me in Hell. But Sheryl Sandberg?s new book, Option B, is hard to take seriously, especially for those of us who are not multi-millionaires and have lost a spouse and been left alo...

    The book narrates how Sheryl Sandberg, CEO of Facebook, has been able to cope with the sudden death of her beloved husband who passed away at a relatively young age leaving two young children behind. The book not only explores her experience but also includes the advice she has rece...

    Sheryl Sandberg suffered a tragic and unthinkable loss when her husband died on vacation, and just like anyone else, she had to develop coping strategies and solutions to problems in order to work through her grief, comfort her children and get back to living. Her personal story is h...

    It's #Booksgiving! Start getting your bookish friends their read on...especially valuable for your friend whose grief is still raw. Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband before he was fifty. I lost mine when he was not quite 34. I connect with her pain on every imaginable level. I als...

    Sheryl Sandberg, you simply understand. Thank you. As a female who has worked in tech, specifically in social media, I must say, I lack investment in corporate life. I'm the one who wants to be the full-time wife... And it is with that in mind that I must tell you, Sheryl Sandber...

    ?? ??? ???? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ???? ???????? ?? ??????? ???? ??? ?? ????? ??? ?? ??? ????? ??? ?? ??????? ????? ????? ? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ????? ??...

    This was interesting to read after 'Lean In.' In some ways, Sheryl is absolutely humbled by the tragedy that hit her family. She openly talks through the vulnerability and admits to a lot of the assumptions she made with 'Lean In' coming from a place of stability and privilege. I enjoy...

    The best book I have come across on grieving and healing ...

    A cathartic book for Sheryl but it doesn't give much constructive advice. Way too general. ...

    This one is a tear jerker - ugly criers be warned. Beyond the Instagram selfies and humble brag Facebook posts is a ton of grief in all of our lives that we do our best to hide from others. Option B uses Sheryl's tragedy to openly discuss trauma, it's impact, recovery, and post trauma ...

    I read the first three chapters and skimmed the rest. I remember hearing of Sandberg?s husband?s sudden death of cardiac arrhythmia while on an exercise machine in a Mexico hotel. (Elizabeth Alexander?s husband died in similar circumstances; she wrote about it in The Light of the...

    3.0 Stars I have such mixed feelings about this book. I?m glad I read it and encourage folks to give it a whirl if you can pick up a copy at your local library but from the very beginning, something felt off, not quite right. But first let me express my sincere condolences to ...

    3.5 Stars rounded up to 4, because it has a solid message and is widely applicable. Resilience is the strength and speed of our response to adversity, and we can build it. It isn?t about having a backbone. It?s about strengthening the muscles around our backbone. ? Sheryl Sa...

  • Sadra Aliabadi
    Dec 10, 2017

    Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband, and that is very sad, and is a tragedy that no one deserves. Also, SS learned how to gain resilience and re-find joy, which is fantastic, and I know we all wish for her. That said, the advice she offers in this book does not seem relevant or helpful to...

    Ok I didn't quite get through this one before it disappeared from my IPad but I did get through most of it. I found the book to be helpful with good insight not only for someone grieving a loss but also for anyone who is suffering from or have a loved one suffering from a serious i...

    I?m honored to be a small part of Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant?s new book Option B. (See page 164.) The message of the book is one that everyone can benefit and learn from: We are stronger and more resilient than we think. We not only have the ability to cope with devastating lif...

    It?s rude to criticize grieving widows. Maybe it?s even mean or cruel, and a boiling cauldron awaits me in Hell. But Sheryl Sandberg?s new book, Option B, is hard to take seriously, especially for those of us who are not multi-millionaires and have lost a spouse and been left alo...

    The book narrates how Sheryl Sandberg, CEO of Facebook, has been able to cope with the sudden death of her beloved husband who passed away at a relatively young age leaving two young children behind. The book not only explores her experience but also includes the advice she has rece...

    Sheryl Sandberg suffered a tragic and unthinkable loss when her husband died on vacation, and just like anyone else, she had to develop coping strategies and solutions to problems in order to work through her grief, comfort her children and get back to living. Her personal story is h...

    It's #Booksgiving! Start getting your bookish friends their read on...especially valuable for your friend whose grief is still raw. Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband before he was fifty. I lost mine when he was not quite 34. I connect with her pain on every imaginable level. I als...

    Sheryl Sandberg, you simply understand. Thank you. As a female who has worked in tech, specifically in social media, I must say, I lack investment in corporate life. I'm the one who wants to be the full-time wife... And it is with that in mind that I must tell you, Sheryl Sandber...

    ?? ??? ???? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ???? ???????? ?? ??????? ???? ??? ?? ????? ??? ?? ??? ????? ??? ?? ??????? ????? ????? ? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ????? ??...

    This was interesting to read after 'Lean In.' In some ways, Sheryl is absolutely humbled by the tragedy that hit her family. She openly talks through the vulnerability and admits to a lot of the assumptions she made with 'Lean In' coming from a place of stability and privilege. I enjoy...

    The best book I have come across on grieving and healing ...

    A cathartic book for Sheryl but it doesn't give much constructive advice. Way too general. ...

    This one is a tear jerker - ugly criers be warned. Beyond the Instagram selfies and humble brag Facebook posts is a ton of grief in all of our lives that we do our best to hide from others. Option B uses Sheryl's tragedy to openly discuss trauma, it's impact, recovery, and post trauma ...

    I read the first three chapters and skimmed the rest. I remember hearing of Sandberg?s husband?s sudden death of cardiac arrhythmia while on an exercise machine in a Mexico hotel. (Elizabeth Alexander?s husband died in similar circumstances; she wrote about it in The Light of the...

    3.0 Stars I have such mixed feelings about this book. I?m glad I read it and encourage folks to give it a whirl if you can pick up a copy at your local library but from the very beginning, something felt off, not quite right. But first let me express my sincere condolences to ...

    3.5 Stars rounded up to 4, because it has a solid message and is widely applicable. Resilience is the strength and speed of our response to adversity, and we can build it. It isn?t about having a backbone. It?s about strengthening the muscles around our backbone. ? Sheryl Sa...

    Facebook propoganda meets white billionaire privilege. Gross. I feel sad for Sheryl Sandberg and her loss, but this book is TERRIBLE. Positioned as a self-help book, it's anything but helpful. I agree with the negative reviews that this doesn't provide practical advice for ANYON...

    I have to give Sheryl Sandberg credit. The topic of this book is not an easy one to cover and let's be honest, the majority of authors that do pen such books related to rebounding from grief have some kind of educational background or job experience that gives them the authority to adv...

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    I?ve read some of the negative reviews of Sandberg?s books and I agree with them to a point. Sandberg does discuss how she personally handled the grief of losing a spouse, and she generalized her efforts to deal with the grief and moving on while remembering into advice for all. It...

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  • Ijeoma
    Jul 21, 2017

    Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband, and that is very sad, and is a tragedy that no one deserves. Also, SS learned how to gain resilience and re-find joy, which is fantastic, and I know we all wish for her. That said, the advice she offers in this book does not seem relevant or helpful to...

    Ok I didn't quite get through this one before it disappeared from my IPad but I did get through most of it. I found the book to be helpful with good insight not only for someone grieving a loss but also for anyone who is suffering from or have a loved one suffering from a serious i...

    I?m honored to be a small part of Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant?s new book Option B. (See page 164.) The message of the book is one that everyone can benefit and learn from: We are stronger and more resilient than we think. We not only have the ability to cope with devastating lif...

    It?s rude to criticize grieving widows. Maybe it?s even mean or cruel, and a boiling cauldron awaits me in Hell. But Sheryl Sandberg?s new book, Option B, is hard to take seriously, especially for those of us who are not multi-millionaires and have lost a spouse and been left alo...

    The book narrates how Sheryl Sandberg, CEO of Facebook, has been able to cope with the sudden death of her beloved husband who passed away at a relatively young age leaving two young children behind. The book not only explores her experience but also includes the advice she has rece...

    Sheryl Sandberg suffered a tragic and unthinkable loss when her husband died on vacation, and just like anyone else, she had to develop coping strategies and solutions to problems in order to work through her grief, comfort her children and get back to living. Her personal story is h...

    It's #Booksgiving! Start getting your bookish friends their read on...especially valuable for your friend whose grief is still raw. Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband before he was fifty. I lost mine when he was not quite 34. I connect with her pain on every imaginable level. I als...

    Sheryl Sandberg, you simply understand. Thank you. As a female who has worked in tech, specifically in social media, I must say, I lack investment in corporate life. I'm the one who wants to be the full-time wife... And it is with that in mind that I must tell you, Sheryl Sandber...

    ?? ??? ???? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ???? ???????? ?? ??????? ???? ??? ?? ????? ??? ?? ??? ????? ??? ?? ??????? ????? ????? ? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ????? ??...

    This was interesting to read after 'Lean In.' In some ways, Sheryl is absolutely humbled by the tragedy that hit her family. She openly talks through the vulnerability and admits to a lot of the assumptions she made with 'Lean In' coming from a place of stability and privilege. I enjoy...

    The best book I have come across on grieving and healing ...

    A cathartic book for Sheryl but it doesn't give much constructive advice. Way too general. ...

    This one is a tear jerker - ugly criers be warned. Beyond the Instagram selfies and humble brag Facebook posts is a ton of grief in all of our lives that we do our best to hide from others. Option B uses Sheryl's tragedy to openly discuss trauma, it's impact, recovery, and post trauma ...

    I read the first three chapters and skimmed the rest. I remember hearing of Sandberg?s husband?s sudden death of cardiac arrhythmia while on an exercise machine in a Mexico hotel. (Elizabeth Alexander?s husband died in similar circumstances; she wrote about it in The Light of the...

    3.0 Stars I have such mixed feelings about this book. I?m glad I read it and encourage folks to give it a whirl if you can pick up a copy at your local library but from the very beginning, something felt off, not quite right. But first let me express my sincere condolences to ...

    3.5 Stars rounded up to 4, because it has a solid message and is widely applicable. Resilience is the strength and speed of our response to adversity, and we can build it. It isn?t about having a backbone. It?s about strengthening the muscles around our backbone. ? Sheryl Sa...

    Facebook propoganda meets white billionaire privilege. Gross. I feel sad for Sheryl Sandberg and her loss, but this book is TERRIBLE. Positioned as a self-help book, it's anything but helpful. I agree with the negative reviews that this doesn't provide practical advice for ANYON...

    I have to give Sheryl Sandberg credit. The topic of this book is not an easy one to cover and let's be honest, the majority of authors that do pen such books related to rebounding from grief have some kind of educational background or job experience that gives them the authority to adv...

  • MISA Thakur
    Mar 31, 2017

    Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband, and that is very sad, and is a tragedy that no one deserves. Also, SS learned how to gain resilience and re-find joy, which is fantastic, and I know we all wish for her. That said, the advice she offers in this book does not seem relevant or helpful to...

    Ok I didn't quite get through this one before it disappeared from my IPad but I did get through most of it. I found the book to be helpful with good insight not only for someone grieving a loss but also for anyone who is suffering from or have a loved one suffering from a serious i...

    I?m honored to be a small part of Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant?s new book Option B. (See page 164.) The message of the book is one that everyone can benefit and learn from: We are stronger and more resilient than we think. We not only have the ability to cope with devastating lif...

    It?s rude to criticize grieving widows. Maybe it?s even mean or cruel, and a boiling cauldron awaits me in Hell. But Sheryl Sandberg?s new book, Option B, is hard to take seriously, especially for those of us who are not multi-millionaires and have lost a spouse and been left alo...

    The book narrates how Sheryl Sandberg, CEO of Facebook, has been able to cope with the sudden death of her beloved husband who passed away at a relatively young age leaving two young children behind. The book not only explores her experience but also includes the advice she has rece...

    Sheryl Sandberg suffered a tragic and unthinkable loss when her husband died on vacation, and just like anyone else, she had to develop coping strategies and solutions to problems in order to work through her grief, comfort her children and get back to living. Her personal story is h...

    It's #Booksgiving! Start getting your bookish friends their read on...especially valuable for your friend whose grief is still raw. Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband before he was fifty. I lost mine when he was not quite 34. I connect with her pain on every imaginable level. I als...

    Sheryl Sandberg, you simply understand. Thank you. As a female who has worked in tech, specifically in social media, I must say, I lack investment in corporate life. I'm the one who wants to be the full-time wife... And it is with that in mind that I must tell you, Sheryl Sandber...

    ?? ??? ???? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ???? ???????? ?? ??????? ???? ??? ?? ????? ??? ?? ??? ????? ??? ?? ??????? ????? ????? ? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ????? ??...

    This was interesting to read after 'Lean In.' In some ways, Sheryl is absolutely humbled by the tragedy that hit her family. She openly talks through the vulnerability and admits to a lot of the assumptions she made with 'Lean In' coming from a place of stability and privilege. I enjoy...

    The best book I have come across on grieving and healing ...

  • Diogenicus Maximus
    May 31, 2017

    Sheryl Sandberg lost her husband, and that is very sad, and is a tragedy that no one deserves. Also, SS learned how to gain resilience and re-find joy, which is fantastic, and I know we all wish for her. That said, the advice she offers in this book does not seem relevant or helpful to...

    Ok I didn't quite get through this one before it disappeared from my IPad but I did get through most of it. I found the book to be helpful with good insight not only for someone grieving a loss but also for anyone who is suffering from or have a loved one suffering from a serious i...

    I?m honored to be a small part of Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant?s new book Option B. (See page 164.) The message of the book is one that everyone can benefit and learn from: We are stronger and more resilient than we think. We not only have the ability to cope with devastating lif...

    It?s rude to criticize grieving widows. Maybe it?s even mean or cruel, and a boiling cauldron awaits me in Hell. But Sheryl Sandberg?s new book, Option B, is hard to take seriously, especially for those of us who are not multi-millionaires and have lost a spouse and been left alo...