The most profoundly insightful book in psychology i have ever read. Deeply impactful.Published 2 months ago by Thomas R Loiselle
This book, a translation from another language was worthless to a non-professional. The book seemed to concentrate upon teh failings of the mental health care providers.Published 9 months ago by Deb Kimball
Alice Miller cuts to the heart of what the amateurs popularly misconstrue as narcissism. A very enjoyable if disturbing read.Published 16 months ago by Geoffrey Homan
Author uses clinical language which is a little difficult to understand at times. However this would give you a better understanding of what you are going through if you were... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Stephanie
This book is one of the most insightful books I have ever read. Alice Miller is a brilliant writer who somehow manages to provide, in a short succint little book, vital and... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Suzanne Abbott Harris
"Prisoners of Childhood" forms the foundation stone of Alice Miller's valuable critique of Freudian psychology and object relations. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Robert Couteau
More technical/analytical than what I thought I'd be reading. If you are not in the headgame business its not an easy book to digest.Published 21 months ago by Susanne Loomis
I found Alice Miller's book to be quite informative, although dry.
It is an excellent textbook source, but I was hoping for more of a "general audience" concept.