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This book, along with his other books, are worth reading or listening to!!
I really enjoyed this book and it was very well written, great stories and explanations and overall had a lot of detail that everyday people can understand.
Life changing because Dr. Siegel explains the science of the brain in an understandable way so you can apply it to everyday life.
Dan Siegel is brilliant, but this book is a little more basic than I was anticipating. It was still worth the time to read it, but was not as in depth as I was hoping for.Published 18 hours ago by Katie
Great book. Nice balance between theory and narrative. Now if I could just find a therapist who knew this stuff and was as good as this book, things would be very good, indeed.Published 3 days ago by Steve from Santa Rosa
I prefer to read such books when author makes an citations. Then you understand who made what and when and you can check the decisions in this field of knowledge.Published 4 days ago by Violetta
This is a good book, but numerous case studies that dragged on and on were tiresome.Published 23 days ago by T. MATSUBAYASHI
Siegel eloquently blends theory with practice, attachment with neurobiology and case conceptualization with treatment. Really good book.Published 24 days ago by Nicholas Andrew
Very interesting but not as helpful as I was hoping for. Very good read though. A little to medicalPublished 26 days ago by Raylene Cross