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Metaphors We Live By by George Lakoff
Metaphors We Live By by George Lakoff
1.0 out of 5 stars One to miss, 17 July 2014
Although I'm quite well versed in reading psychology books I found this publication a dry, inaccessible read. There wasn't much rich info, or it was so inscrutably and off-puttingly written that it was lost on me. Not for me at all.
TA Today : A New Introduction to Transactional Ana&hellip by Ian Stewart
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Brilliant theory and book! So simple, elegant, and accessible!

I work in primary and secondary mental health care, and having read this, it has hugely enabled me to better my assessments and interventions with clients from the very first meeting. From the text, I'm now aware of and able to minimise my hot buttons and pre-empt me activating a storm of critical parent, or negative adaptive child.

I originally couldn't make head nor tail of this a few years ago. Tried it again this year, and it all fell into place without much effort. Admittedly, I've undergone lots of personal development in this time.

Love the theory and the practice that it so readily lends… Read more
A Tabernacle for the Sun: A Novel Set in Florence &hellip by Linda Proud
This was a compelling text. At first I feared it would be too intellectual and demanding of a cultured mind. My concerns quickly faded, and became immersed, evoking a palpable sense of the period and place. The characters were so well drawn, and interplayed so delightfully.

Up there with the best of them

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