I never read/listen a book twice.
It gave me information that I will use when dealing with people.
The mistake that I make is assuming that people have the same morals as I do.
Not sure yet...
No, because there are too much information that I want to think about.
I do recommend this book to people that are interrested in human nature, sociology and psychology.
All that packaged in a very entertaining book.
A great review of Psych 101 from undergrad, and some interesting ideas to ponder. I wasn't a huge fan of the narrator. Thought she often sounded like a bad tv therapist when most of the time I would have preferred a more normal/real voice.
You don't have to be a specialist or know anything about psychology to get something out of the book.
Didn't really care for the narrative tone most of the time. Would have preferred a more authoritative /lecture style tone.
No. Listened to it over a week or two while taking walks.
Post Stamp Man: the removal of high intellect in concert with this personality disposition boils it down to its essence in a humorous way
Say something about yourself!
Very helpful to me. I have a relative I had questions about and this book answered them.
Yes, I will listen to this book again. A graduate student, I purchased this item as required reading for a course. A smooth listen, this book is for everyone with family, friends, neighbors, co-workers - or, who has any association with the public, in any regard. I find the information contained, herein, invaluable to the safety and well-being of ourselves, and our children, and clear evidence that what we don't know, can be harmful. I highly recommend this book.
I appreciated the clarity and ease of practical applicability, with which this information was presented; and, would point out that, indeed - but for the benefit of such helpful information as is contained within this book - how would one, otherwise, identify and relate to the sociopath, who just might live next door, or, possibly even be a member of his or her own family?
I have not.
I wished the author provided more examples,more data. The Author asks good questions, butit such a big topic/question I wished the author provided more information.
Oh, yes! You know these people are out there, and when they make the news you just ask yourself why, how could someone do that?
It was all fast paced and interesting,I wanted to hear more!
It was just more interesting having someone tell you, and I enjoy the slant she brings to it!
That would have been great. But I did listen to it over and over. Taking it with me in my car.
I also bought the written copy b/c I liked it so much.
No, but I bookmarked many passages and would review those passages again.
The use of many varied examples makes it easy to understand the varied forms this disease may take, and how to identify people with sociopathic behavior in my life.
I didn't agree with all of the points in the book; I believe the author takes some liberty at points when describing motivations or how one point relates to others, but ultimately she presents a solid understanding, reasoning and examples of a fascinating disorder which I could not have defined or fully described prior to listening to this book. I would definitely recommend it, even for the casual listener.
I really enjoyed the information in the book. It opened up my eyes to some of the people I have spent a lot of time with in my life, and answered many of those haunting questions that have plagued me over the years. The problem is, I had a lot of trouble listening to the narrator for more than a half hour at a time. Her voice droned on and on and even when there were new sections, it was hard to detect, because she seemed to never pause. This has made me think that to really get the most out of a book such as this one that has a lot of technical information, one should invest in the paper edition of the book. If I had it to do all over again, I would definitely have purchased the print version. I honestly wish I could have given the book five stars, but the narration just ruined it for me.
Most of all, I enjoyed learning that my relative's bizarre behavior is not sociopathic, and that my ex-husband's behavior definitely was a textbook example, as I had always suspected.