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A very compelling challenge done so well and so empathetically.
Langer suggests that mindfulness makes us more optimistic because we are open and attentive to possibilities, and that this in turn facilitates recovery.
What I love about books is when there are practical and functional ways that I can use in my daily life.
I agree with another review: The content was maybe worth an article or two in an academic journal. Alas, Ms. Read morePublished 6 days ago by pdx-charlie
Too many details of studies to prove points for a book going out to a mass audience. I believe in the concepts but after awhile the reading was as exhausting as marching through... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Richard C. Oates
This book was suggested by a fitness counselor from my wife's employer. After talking for a while, she said that a lot of what I'd been talking about was in a book... this book! Read morePublished 13 days ago by Dave Bennett
Fascinating research guiding an improved perspective of the possible. While our understanding of the mind and body continues to progress, there is an inordinate bias to taking a... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Lonny L Northrup
This is an original thinker with an original book. She touches on so many new thoughts that really are not expressed by other authors. You read and think, I have felt that. Read morePublished 28 days ago by M. Glazier
I do not review books, but this is one awfully written books .It is obvious that Mr Ellen is a professor and has thought deeply about such things as heuristics, biases, critical... Read morePublished 29 days ago by umair usman
Awesome! Very helpful as I navigate the waters of living with ovarian cancer. I believe in the power of thought & was affirming to hear the research Wllen Langer has done on it.Published 1 month ago by bythesea