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“A provactive critique of traditional therapy's view of childhood . . . This is explosive stuff. I can't imagine anyone coming away from this book without several newfound discoveries about herself and her relation to her parents.” ―Nancy Evans, Glamour
“Thou Shalt Not Be Aware is that rarest of gems, a highly creative and exciting work which throws a multifaceted light upon the development of human nature in the Western World.” ―Ashley Montagu
“Alice Miller is not out to 'hang the bastards,' but rather to help create a world of self-conscious and self-loving individuals who don't need, want or know how to abuse others.” ―Sheila Koren, San Francisco Chronicle
“It is timely. It is powerful. It is painful . . . absorbing, enlightening and provoking.” ―Louise Lione, Charlotte Observer
This should be required reading for teachers, ministers, doctors, therapists, etc. As a survior of an abusive home, this book was affirming of my memories of my childhood and that... Read morePublished 5 months ago by L. K. Erwin
Amazing book - set me on to discovering things about myself that made me the person I am today. Highly recommended for any reader who wants to learn more about themselves :)Published 12 months ago by Mette Glargaard
Alice Miller is one of the leading psychiatrists who writes about how cruelty in raising children affects society as a whole. Read morePublished 17 months ago by John R. Allen
Whether an actual child or the child that still may be within us, this book gives us more insight into dealing with that child and thereby opening our lives to more complete and... Read morePublished on June 7, 2013 by mizbehaves
Alice Miller's "Thou Shalt Not Be Aware" is rich with simple, universal and liberating truths about the child's experience of childhood and gives us permission to feel... Read morePublished on May 16, 2013 by N. Hart