I suppose those who spend alot of time in the 'self-help' aisle may enjoy this. I found it painfully boring and kept wishing he would move on and get to the point. (I've been skipping ahead and, thus far, no point in sight)
I'm finding him to be unnecessarily wordy and a bit pompous.
No thoughts here - other than the suggestion that you find someone who can properly pronounce "sadist".
Perhaps someone who could slip a bit of humor into his/her tone? The text is heavy going and the narrator just makes this worse.
This is the first time I've been really disappointed in a book from Audible. I had expected something a bit more scholarly. I gather from some other reviews that this would fall into the "self-help" category, apparently designed to make the reader feel better about him/herself. I imagine that such a spin is likely to be popular and will sell well, which actually makes the author seem a bit manipulative himself. Had I worked out in advance that this was primarily going to be "it's not you, it's him (her) and they are just not wired like most people", I would not have bought it. My bad.
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