After reading Dorothy's Depression, the way out of your prison, this has to come next, and another superb book it is. Dorothy is keen to stress it is vital that you know yourself and what makes you tick, and I was astounded to realise I had been an extravert all along (in the chemical sense, not a disco dancer) when I had at times followed an intravert's ways. This book explains all that in detail and I was astonished to find one always married the other. I wondered where this genius of a writer had been hiding, this legendary thinker. But then the billion-pound 'mental health' industry - did you know one of the biggest money-making industries in America is the prison system? - want to keep her under so they can keep riding the gravy train until the planet goes pop. If you truly want to know yourself and your strengths and weaknesses, if you want to take a massive step forward in growing up and taking responsibility, then read this. Brilliantly written as ever and backed up by nothing but facts - this woman does her homework - it is like a thriller, only real.
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