Absolutely, to review the wonderful advice and refresh my understanding
Superparenting in ADHD
If a child has the skills and ability to be and act better they would
enjoyable listen with great narration. only complaint would be that the characters are a dichotomous in their moral states. some more grey would make them more believable.
Yes. There was a lot of complexity in the story and I would enjoy going back to it in a year or so and picking up on different elements that I missed
That I enjoyed it so much.... I got this story from a Reddit give away and was somewhat dubious going in given it is not my normal type of book. It managed to hook me quickly and keep me interested.
Set the right pace with the novel. Was able to give the right inflection and presence to most scenes. I would have like a little more emotion in some of the madness experienced by the main character (but this could have gone very badly...). Would have a great voice for military sci fi.
Ahh.. maybe spoilers.... the moment when he realised he killed the marine. Not sure why, but that was rather a surreal moment with great narration hinting at the confusion and acceptance of the deed.
This would make an amazing manga movie. I would also really enjoy reading a solid sci fi novel set in this universe (rather than what I would consider a short story).
Pretty good listen. Heavy on the 'real physics' aspects and military lingo. Voice acting is very good, with no silly sounds, and consistent characters across the whole book.
I might - not a particularly academic, but not bad. If from a non psych background might be okay. Fairly pessimistic view of offenders and not really focused on children as much as psychopaths generally. Not really a reflection on violent children.
Not really applicable
Not really applicable
In the top three!
The Explosive Child, use strength based perspectives
I have not but I will now
Talking about ADD in a positive why with the children I work with
If you have or work with ADD kids buy this book!
I found the sole focus on the psychoanalytic / Jungian approach a bit draft and not practically helpful
Okay, whimsical, breathy
Disappointment, no real life examples just fables, I expected more.
If you want evidenced based practical approach to working with abused / neglected children do not buy this book. If you want a hippie / new agey view on fables, then go for it.
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