2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
This book like all of KDM's books are not written to help you.
KDM books are not just' long, confusing and unhelpful they are in fact no more than sales pitches for more products.
If you buy and read one you become sucked into a special 'radiant recovery world' Trust me this world does not come for free.
If you finnish the book you will have been persuaded to join the 'online community' This is not free.
Once a member you will be 'advised' to take 'online classes' to help you through each step (yes she has called them steps!)
Now each step will cost you about $25 except one which demands 2 classes and is this almost $50.
Do not… Read more
10 of 20 people found the following review helpful
Before I get to my main issue with this book it needs to be stated that KDM is probably morbidly obese. Her books and diets require eating on such a huge scale that you will probably be obese after following her advice. The premise that one should eat lots of carbohydrates, even when you are not hungry is insane.
However my main point of conjecture with her whole idea is this. She has bought into the myth that many or most psychiatric and or psychological problems derive from chemical imbalances in the brain. This is not a fact. This chemical imbalance idea is at best hypothetical and in all probability a myth.
The myth was created by the pharmaceutical industry so… Read more
0 of 3 people found the following review helpful
This book should not be rushed at. Take time and try and absorb the information.
Needs to be read in conjunction with other 'healing' and holistic approaches to problems.