Milk and honey by rupi kaur (a book review)

‘Milk and honey by rupi kaur is quite a book for of imagery. This is a book that is really all about various kinds of relationships of living and growing up. Here are a few excerpts from this quick read that really started me thinking.

It takes grace to remain kind in cruel situations; fall in love with your solitude;

you are your own soul mate; accept yourself as you were designed;

your body is a museum of natural disasters can you grasp how stunning that is ;

give to those who have nothing to give to you;

your art is not about how many people like your work your art is about if your heart likes your work if your soul likes your work it’s about how honest you are with yourself and you must never trade honesty for relatability;

you are resilient or you are extraordinary

This would be a great little book to use in teenagers social counseling group for either boys and/or girls and maybe in a marriage and family counseling sessions for such issues from depression and maybe even some social anxiety issues that came to mind. This a book that is quick to read and chock full of ideas to think about.


What do you think?


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  1. Look at some of the pencil sketches that were drawn in the book. Some of the images could be controversial if looked at in a certain light and depending on the age of the reader could cause many questions to be raised. Still liked this book for the many counseling issues it could help with.

  2. These were some of my favorites, but if you happen to read the book it is full of images that could be only for teens and adults. It will definitely maybe bring about discussions.


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