8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on February 17, 2009
Janet Greene has written a comprehensive, intense and yet deceptively simple book about her emotional release technique, Greene's Release. We carry around painful emotions and feelings that we tend to bury, but in reality they never go away. This books shows a simple but effective technique to feel your emotions fully, and release any and all of the pain, so you never have to be burdened by it again. Elaine Williams, author A Journey Well Taken: Life After Loss.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on March 11, 2014
No doubt intentions in writing this book were sincere but it brings nothing new to the table, the writing is entirely mediocre and a great obstacle to imbibing the content. If you're looking for a bedtime book this one is sure to put you to sleep.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on July 22, 2012
This book helps you think about your life and to appreciate the good things, even the little details we miss every day. For that I applaud it, but I don't like that it's literally a workbook and it pisses me off that it asks to write about something many times on every single chapter, and then it wants you to read the chapters all over again, ufff!. Interesting sometimes, but I can't find a way to finish reading it, even skipping all the assignments.
on August 30, 2014
At first , I had great difficulty with the book . But , after I really looked and applied myself , I got insight and momentum . It helped me move forward and gain strength . I was greatly supported by the author of the book , as she guided me when I needed clarity and support . She did this freely and with a kind heart .