Indeed - it is well written. The numeorus case studies and stories told make for interesting content, easy to follow and each story illustrates the point vividly.The book sensitises the listener not to approach addiction simplistically, but to go to the cause of the addictive behaviour if real and sustainable rehab is sought.
Introducing and defining the generic cause of addictive behaviour as "feelings of helplessness". This is original and accurate.
Many good scenes in the numerous case studies
Definitely worth a read for anyone interested in understanding addictive behaviour and how to break it.
Yes, I will! I already have.It provides an intelligent and insightful taste of India - one can feel the crowds, touch the garments, taste the food, dislike the politicians. Six Suspects brings this interesting and complex country and culture to life.
The plot was initially very difficult to follow, until each of the main characters has stamped his or her own story unto the plot. It started making sense in Part II and really came together in Part III.
His tones, his accents for each character, his enthusiasm, his consistency with regard to each individual character. It was a really good audio performance. Even if you don't like the story, its worth listening just for the performance.
The tribal guy. He is the mirror in which all societies should look at themselves. The cellphone thief was also adorable.Mohan Kumar was the least believable of all the characters. The American guy was downright irritating - a very good typecast.
You won't guess the killer until the very last few minutes! It's worth going all the way.The story is beautifully told, albeit a little complex initially. I loved it, expecially from halfway through Part II. In a creative way, it breaks open India to each foreigner who knows very little about Indian culture, and at the same time entertains with a good 'whodunnit'.
I knew what to expect, but it was still highly illuminating and interesting.
Frankl's first-hand account of the holocaust horrors to which he was exposed, is a must-read! Being able to learn lessons from it, and in fact seeing proof for his logotherapy theory developed prior to the war, is even more compelling. It is inspiring, to say the least.
I have heard better reads, but this was still quite acceptable.
Meaning found - in an unexpected place: the future!
Highly recommended, but only for those who think.
Yes - it is one of very few books on this topic which addresses one of the biggest and most dangerous human experiments of all time. The book contains very useful and insightful information.
Breaking Adiiction - Dr Lance Dodes
A must-read for anyone trying to help others (or himself) with pornography addiction. Useful insights into addiction of all kinds in general.
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