Victorville, CA, United States
No, I don't think I would listen to another book from Marianne Williamson, but I would definitely listen to more of the narrated, Marianne Williamson.
I love his formula for healthy eating, which is healthy eating equals nutrients divided by calories.
I think that if 1105 Yakima Street had less main characters it would be easier to follow what is going on in the book.
Crazy ranks high in all the audiobooks that I have listened to on the subject of mental illness, because I suffer from Schizoaffective Disorder, Bipolar Type and this book gave me insight on how others see me in my different phases of this illness and why I should keep taking my medication.
Listening to The Quilter's Apprentice was very enjoyable and gave me hope of a simpler life.
Probably it's honest and accurate telling of the story about John Nash.
John Nash's numerically about names are numbers in a base 26 number system.
I haven't listened to any of Edward Herrmann's performances before.
No I listen to this book in many sitting.
Honest, True, Hopeful.
A Beautiful Mind: by Sylvia Nasar, is another book about someone with schizophrenia. I like Ben Behind His Voices better, because it is a book that tells it like it is, when a love one of an average family has schizophrenia.
She is a good reader. She read it as if she was telling her own story.
Life with Ben.
I like this book because there is hope even with a very devastating illness like schizophrenia. If you or a love one has schizophrenia, this is a good book for you.
A new approach to chronic pain. Even thought his diet didn't stop my chronic pain, I am eating better.
Eat To Live, by Joel Fuhman, because Joel Fuhman also has a new approach to Dieting, also.
I have not listened to any other of Bob Sinfield readings, but he does an excellent job reading this book.
Chronic Pain Solve By Diet
He makes an excellent point, that one should consider if you have chronic pain.
The Ultimate Guide to Sex and Disability ranks very high among all the audiobooks that I have listened to so far.
This book is not a story, but what I like best about this book is the way this book treats people as individuals.
Donna Postel's performance reading The Ultimate Guide to Sex and Disability is excellent.
Yes I wanted to listen to all of this book in one sitting, but I didn't do so, instead I like to part over again because parts I like better than other parts.
I found this book to be excellent.
This book was all I need to listen to from Richard Dawkins.
I might listen to more of Richard Dawkins' books.
Yes, I would be willing to listen to more of Richard Dawhins and Lalla Ward's readings, they did a nice job.
The God Delusion did not have characters.
I would focus on what to believe in and not so much what not to believe in.
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