Confusing and All Over the Place

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I do my best to being open to each and every book that I review. However, ""The Gift of Sensitivity", by Elena V. Amber was a struggle for me from the beginning. The first ten pages are merely reviews and the table of contents. Then on page eleven, "sneak peek" starts with chapter 4. As the reader, I kept feeling that I was missing something. The chapter starts with the author (I believe, but who knows) interviewing a senior employee in a small private bank who is struggling in both her personal and professional life. The author also seems to be struggling with how to handle this situation. The next section within the chapter bounces to a situation with a personal friend. It just seems to discombobulated for me. It's unfortunate, because the topic is one that a lot of individuals can relate to.