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Helpful votes received on reviews: 63% (5 of 8)
 

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Madness Explained: Psychosis and Human Nature by Aaron T. Beck
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars mental health, 22 April 2011
I FINISHED THIS BOOK IN 2 NIGHTS. DR BENTALL TAKES A NEW VIEW ON HOW MENTAL HEALTH HAS NOT BEEN IMPROVED IN THE LAST 100 YEARS OR SO, AND VIEWS ON MENTAL HEALTH ARE STILL STUCK IN LAST CENTURY OR SO, AND UNFORTUNATE PEOPLE SUFFRING FROM MENTAL HEALTH ARE CLASSIFIED AND CATOROGRIZED INTO SPECIFIC NUMBERS AND A SEVERAL NAMES ARE GIVEN TO PEOPLE THUS STIGMITIZING THIS UNFORTUNATE PEOPLE INSTEAD OF IMPROVING THE HEALTH AND QUALITY OF LIFE FOR THESE PEOPLE AND INSTEAD DULLING THEM WITH DRUGS THAT COULD POSSIBLEY DO MORE HARM IN THE LONG RUN INSTEAD OF CREATING A CONCEPT OF HELPING PEOPLE UNDERSTAND WHY THINGS HAPPEN TO THEM AND FINDING A SCIENTIFICALLY PROVEN AND VALID EXPLANATION ON MENTAL… Read more
Doctoring the Mind: Why psychiatric treatments fai&hellip by Richard P Bentall
2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars mental health, 22 April 2011
I found this book very easy and understable to follow. I have a personel interest in Mental Health and this book just verified alot of what I personally think about the way Mental Health is perceived .