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It was easy to understand and interesting to read.
Dr. Archer presents these personality traits as laying along a continuum, with those at the extreme high end suffering from the DSM disorder.
Keep in mind that the full title of the book is Better than Normal, How What Makes You Different Can Make You Exceptional.
Coming from a man in the medical profession who has practiced psychiatry for years and years with excellence, this book carries a lot of weight. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ibrahim
Very thought provoking book on the different types of personalities and how all are good and necessary for the human condition. I personally thought that Dr. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Bill Berry
victimizing children and adults with so called attention deficit disorder.
I can't imagine us surviving as a species without the ability to be drawn outside the little world... Read more
Great book! Any behavior to the extreme is dangerous. However, using a behavior in a moderate way can be very beneficial. Must read for parents!Published 17 months ago by Mary N. Sherman
I am glad somebody wrote a book about this topic; rarely do we in the United States accept who we really are and live our lives with self-compassion. Read morePublished 18 months ago by booktalk29
So many times we focus on the negative side of behaviors, attitudes, and beliefs. However, this book will show you how most of the behaviors our society deems "bad" just... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Amazon Customer
Dr. Dale Archer, a "board-certified and distinguished fellow of the American Psychiatric Association", offers and excellent look at how understanding your personality, and working... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Just Me
I went to a seminar that featured this book... All I can say is WELL worth it!! Thanks Dr. Archer!Published 21 months ago by Amwhweeler
Not many books can change your life, but this is one of them. As a plus, it's very well written and enertaining. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Daniel A Hebert