Helpful votes received on reviews: 81% (13 of 16)


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2.0 out of 5 stars Felt no heating on application, then later painful burning., 26 Jan 2014
I tried this out as it sounded relaxing. It states on the back that massaging it into feet creates a "pleasant warming" sensation of "pure relaxation." I rubbed it in and felt nothing - no warming at all. That was disappointing as I have cold feet and thought it might be nice, though I was a bit skeptical as to whether it would really feel warm or just feel like those muscle creams that say they warm your muslces (but really just make your skin feel like its hot).
I put on some socks so I wouldn't get cream on the floor. It smells alright and felt like a normal moisturiser. Hours later I wore the same socks in my boots and went to school, then the burning started… Read more
The Happiness Project: Or, Why I Spent a Year Tryi&hellip by Gretchen Rubin
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
I liked the idea of a book about happiness that is not aimed at the depressed, but more at generally happy people who would like ideas for getting even more out of life. Spending a year researching happiness gave me the impressions that this author might be someone with some depth, who wanted to go even further into what it means to be human. Instead, I found her rather superficial. She's an upper middle class mom, who starts the year pretty happy. At the end, she's not that much happier but has learned a few nicer habits for others around her. I'm glad she learned to be a bit more selfless, but she still comes across rather shallow. I was surprised that someone really educated who loved… Read more
Undoing Depression: What Therapy Doesn't Teach You&hellip by Richard O'Connor
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I have had bouts of major depression throughout my life, and have read all kinds of self help books and the like in order to try to learn how to heal. This is one of the best I've ever come across. It is very comprehensive, going over all the different aspects of depression. It treats it like the complicated thing that it is - there are many different causes for it, and each individual facing depression will have different combinations of symptoms and combined illnesses. It goes over all these things, offering a wide range of treatments. Each person may need to try many things before they find what works for them, but this is a great starting point to see what might work for you. Not only… Read more

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