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This audiobook, Parts Work, describes our inner psychological world in ways that are moving, thought-provoking, sometimes humorous and often poignant. The audiobook shows how we can disentangle ourselves from the problematic habitual patterns in which we get stuck, and offers ways of positively using our particular talents and style for a fuller life. Through practical examples, the audiobook helps us to understand ourselves and others better.

Sharon Eckstein's illustrations are not included in this audio edition. Parts Work is wonderfully narrated by Scott R. Pollak.

©2007 Thomas R. Holmes (P)2020 Echo Point Books & Media, LLC

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I love this book!!!

A very concise and comprehensive look at parts work. The content is Simply profound and profoundly simple. The author refers to pdf files that accompany the audiobook but this content was not made available upon purchase. That was the only disappointing factor for me. I had to buy a physical copy to be able to see the documents referenced in the audiobook. Not exactly fair.

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Did not care for it

Although this was helpful in understanding a few things I did not care for some of the language in it such as referring to one of the parts as a pig when it came to food. People with eating disorders listening to this would, in my opinion, trigger people. Also there was not clear cut information in Parts work as I thought there would have been.

if I could have returned this book I would have.

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good starting point

This book illustrates the main concepts behind IFS and provides some guidance on identifying your different inner parts. Overall, a great place to start with IFS.

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The Happy Pig

I dislike the fact that the happy pig is a label they use for a part. There could've been any other label used that would come off as less offensive. Otherwise I love the book and I apply it everyday to my life.