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Abolutely Incredible

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Reviewed: 10-02-2020

Andrew Harvey is just brilliant! This is the second book of his I have listened to, and I could not be more amazed by this man's teachings. The other book was 'Radiant Heart'. Just beautiful. I have checked out a few of his interviews on YouTube this man is worth listening to. So much love and gratitude for the exceptional way in which this man communicates wisdom.

I absolutely LOVE this!!!

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Reviewed: 11-12-2019

Do yourself a favour and get it! Just brilliant! Dr Joe Vitalie offers us a true gift in his The Zero Point.

There are better books on this topic!

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Reviewed: 11-05-2018

'The Binge Code' by the same author is much better, perhaps because it is more recent. I found this to be quite basic, superficial and somewhat outdated in its information. For people struggling with bulimia and really wanting to recover, I also highly recommend 'Brain Over Binge' by Kathryn Hansen. This is an incredibly helpful book that is also available on Audible.

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Loved this book!

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Reviewed: 01-05-2018

Will definitely be listening to this again. Helps make a lot of sense out of the troubles we experience as adults when our emotional development growing up was inadequate.

Well worth taking the course if you’re interested in understanding the differences in personality

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Reviewed: 25-04-2018

This is a great course that I will be listening to again for the insight it gives for understanding the self and others.

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Great read on overcoming addiction

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Reviewed: 25-04-2018

Kennedy is a natural storyteller who gives a generous and candid account of what it means to live with and overcome addiction.

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A must read from anyone who has experienced disordered reading

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Reviewed: 25-04-2018

This book is unlike any other I have read on eating disorders and by far the best. It is very empowering in the way it separates the habit as something that can be dealt with independently of everything else.

The audio editing is not the best.

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Wonderful book for people seeking understanding and self-help strategies for mental health issues

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Reviewed: 25-04-2018

This is a book I will listen to again. Very interesting and accessible. Beautifully written I the way stories of experiences with clients were used to illustrate concepts. It gave me a deeper understanding of how powerful CBT can be and has left me wanting to learn more.

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Fantastic!

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Reviewed: 25-04-2018

If you could sum up When the Body Says No in three words, what would they be?

A must read!

I can't recommend the work of Mate enough. His insight on the effects of childhood trauma in adult life and health is exceptional.

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