The content is great. The person reading it was difficult to follow unless I was going along with the book. It was hard to tell when she was reading the "stories" of the people the author worked with, and when it was content from the book.
There is so much information that is helpful that it is impossible to say which is the most memorable moments. Perhaps the author's experience of the phone interview for a research grant, with a screaming infant with explosive poop, lactating breasts, and holding back her own diarrhea was pretty memorable.
Again, the person reading seemed to be trying to relate the dramatic effect of the content, but it wound up detracting from the information for me. There was a sense of a lack of continuity.
Shame effects many areas of one's life. Handling shame well in one area does not necessarily mean that someone does so in all areas of their life.
Looking forward to hearing the author speak in Houston on September 12th, 2012.
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