"After You" is the second book in the series called "Me Before You" (a rather selfish title of the first book).
The following quote is part of the philosophy which holds the theory that the "fake it until you make it" attitude allocates a happier life to the discerning mind.
Whether this premise holds true or proves ineffective is a debatable question, which individuals must discern for themselves.
Should positive thinking triumph over negative thoughts if those thoughts present the truth?
Please let me know what your "thoughts" are after reading, and what you thought of the book.
All pictures (without the words) are from Pixabay, and clicking on them will take you to the site.
“Sometimes the illusion of happiness could inadvertently create it.”
― Jojo Moyes,