...because it does a wonderful job of demystifying relationship conflict and providing simple steps to overcoming even long-standing intimacy issues. It centers on attachment styles, and it supports people who believe that we are better off IN relationships and provides evidence to debunk the importance of independence, as opposed to interdependence. If you are pessimistic about your relationship, this book could motivate you to try to heal it differently.
I love the fact that I can listen to a capitalist who can distinguish between reality (humans are not necessarily rational and the market will not necessarily create the best outcomes if left alone) and fantasy (free markets are the ultimate moral force). I now have a much clearer understanding of where the economy has gone wrong, and what can be done about it. Excellent!
This book is packed with useful ideas, thoughts, suggestions to take responsibility for making our homes happier and healthier. Love it! Now I intend to listen to "The Happiness Project."
This book bears repeated listening...it's wonderful to find a concise, informed, rational explanation of the stupidity of the low-fat diet and how many people are being hurt by
That is the takeaway message from this book. What we think we know might be more opinion than fact. Try to think critically about EVERYTHING. Facts change. Keep up. Open your mind.
This book by an educated yoga practitioner helps to dispel some of the silly claims made by yoga teacher (toxins? really? what are they?) while sharing benefits and dangers so we can make informed choices.
This book is a million times better than "Waiter Rant." It's smart, funny, and tells me more than I want to know about the hospitality industry.
This book (a series of articles, really) is a fascinating look into the world of extremists and conspiracy theorists. Ronson is funny and a little off-kilter. He makes me laugh out loud, and then makes me shake my head at some of the people in the world.
This book seems to confirm my worst suspicions about the "Three Cups of Tea" phenomenon.
This book inspired me to get back to the low-carb life that saved me 12 years ago.
...who have been led down the wrong path by the medical establishment and big pharma. It's a great partner to "Why We Get Fat."
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