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Nothing new or insightful here.

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Reviewed: 13-09-2019

A whole chapter, more than 17 mins of this book, was spent advertising the authors other books on the same topic. None of the inductions, or guidelines were anything you couldn't learn by spending 20mins on Google. Don't waste your money

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One of the best books I have ever read.

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Reviewed: 03-03-2019

A great book from start to finish. As a Psych student, and a sufferer of depression, this is a topic of deep interest, and the approach Johann Hari takes here is very interesting indeed.

Audio is bad, background noise annoying

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Reviewed: 12-10-2018

I have found this difficult to sit through. I don't know why the effects have been put on the voices, but it is quite annoying.

EXCELLENT!

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Reviewed: 31-07-2018

A great read! Though after reading it, I'm an authority with enough expertise to judge. haha

Not based on science

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Reviewed: 01-08-2017

This is labelled as scientific, but it's based on one off experienced and makes claims of the ridiculous, such as healing broken spines by thinking about what a healthy spine looks like etc. I could barely sit through the first few chapters.

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