Socket to ’em!

5.0 out of 5 stars

Original, funny and sad all rolled into one18 June 2018I came across this author via the blogging world and I was so impressed with his writing that I decided to buy his book and I’m really happy that I did! It is the story of a teacher, his family and his struggles with anxiety and depression but don’t let that put you off – parts of it are laugh out loud funny. He has a wonderfully self-deprecating way of writing that is amusing and endearing but, at the same time, you can feel the pain behind his words. The story is told as though he were recounting it to you over a couple of beers which means that it is easy to read but also that it is deeply personal.Mike is brutally honest in the telling of his tale and I found that it resonated with me on many, many levels because he says things that many of us just think. So there you have it, if you want to read about the ups and downs in the life of a teacher with a slight Jesus complex (his words) please pick up this book, it’s a really great read!

5.0 out of 5 starsEveryone in Teaching should read this!25 February 2019For those of us in the profession and of a certain age this rings so true. A beautifully crafted read, it plays on all your emotions; one moment you are laughing out loud, the next moment may take you to a much darker place. It is a classic ‘can’t put down’ book. Well done Mr Evans and more please!

5.0 out of 5 starshumorous and funny!18 June 2018Captivating and enthralling, desperate and endearing, humorous and funny!

4.0 out of 5 starsAn Educator Burns Out, Loses The Pieces Of His Sanity, Finds Those Pieces And Uses Them To Recontruct A New Self.26 July 2018 – Published on Amazon.comVerified PurchaseWith great humor and raw honesty the author takes us through his disillusionment, his depression and aniexty. His journey through medications and discovery of the “madness” finding in so many people. While trying to sort out his mental/emotional crisis, he is also dealing with a daughter that has issues of her own: a severe eating disorder.
The journey of this one man, this one teacher, to rebuild himself and his family is often raw. It’s truthful and real. You’re never sure how things will turn out, just like life.
A great read! I recommend this book to anyone stuggling with society’s expectations, career burnout or mental health issues

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