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For me the book didn't have much of the storyline. I kept waiting for something to happen. I finished it just because I paid for itPublished 9 months ago by Jane G.
I loved every page of this book! Mindy Greenstein shares her childhood, her insights on life as she learns and gives to her cancer patients, She takes us into the horrors of war... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Cyndee Smith
This book was so riveting, I almost didn't put it down. It should be required as some sort of clinical supervision curriculum - I mean that therapists and clinical students should... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Eleanor Smith
Odd recollections of parts of author`s life. Some of it was humorous but much was scattered. Her parents stories were interesting. Overall, it was hard to relate.Published 14 months ago by nancy
meh It was an okay read. jumped around and left you the impression stuff was missingPublished 15 months ago by Denis Brown-bouvier
Loved all the different little vignettes within the story. Lots of self-excploration. Love stories about Jewish parents and how they affect their children... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Mary Ann Argentine
I know that some people have really rough lives. Stuff just happens to them, more than most. However, I did not find this book compelling nor did I have any sympathetic feelings... Read morePublished 19 months ago by J. Pickett
The House on Crash Corner is an excellent read, filled with humorous and poignant anecdotes that touch your heart and bring tears to your eyes. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Linda Berlin-Seidman