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The Classroom of Life by Dr. Tony Cedolini; was published on May 28th, 2021. It took 53 years to collect a compendium of useful knowledge from many diverse gurus and sages of the past. Whether you’re a child, young adult, parent, or grandparent, this book will assist you in navigating life’s journey through lessons, inspirational stories, humor, memorabilia and wisdom gathered from the sages of time immemorial. It is the author’s hope that this knowledge will help expedite life’s treacherous journey.

The Classroom of Life.

Intended for the general reading audience, it identifies life's obstacles while also providing strategies to successfully navigate life's adversities. The reader will discover new understandings as well as viable and proven techniques to help deal with: stress, melancholy, adolescence, letting go of past events, addictions, and fears. It also addresses parenting, age, anger, coping with difficult people, and the myriad of other obstacles and problems one faces daily. It has already received excellent acknowledgments and four recent 5-star reviews. Below are excerpts from three recent professional reviews.

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Reviewed by Christian Sia—5 Stars 

“This book is one of the best things I have read about life, growth, and facing challenging moments and its title is as apt as the content is inspiring. The Classroom of Life: Tools and Skills to Overcome Obstacles and Adversity is one of those books that should be wrapped as a gift for both the young and the old who easily feel overwhelmed by life.”


Professionally Reviewed by Divine Zape—5 Stars

“It is filled with metaphors and allegories, and I particularly enjoyed how Dr. Cedolini writes about the road trips of life. One immediately gets the impression that they are having a great conversation with someone who has lived intensely and who has learned the best lessons of life. This book will change the way that most of us see life and diversity. It is insightful, inspiring, and filled with wisdom.”


Reviewed by Vincent Dublado—5 Stars

“The Classroom of Life” is truly a virtual classroom worth attending, especially when you are having trouble navigating the school of hard knocks.....referencing life experience as a response to real-world challenges carries great significance and motivation for the learner. When Cedolini writes that problems are ubiquitous, it reminds me of Isaac Bashevis Singer when he wrote that basic human problems are eternal. Yes, there will always be problems as long as we are living.”

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