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I wont get into any long thing here, but the minute I started reading this book, I was completely turned off.
My clients have also responded well to Dr. Peele's practical and thought-provoking exercises featured throughout the book.
This book is also a viable and good alternative to the many"12-step treatment" type of addiction books.
The Reviews are accurate. My roommate actually got the book and although it is not a "read in a sitting book", it is a thoughtful book that considers all view points with... Read morePublished 6 months ago by memphisrain
Great book with lots of information and fresh perspectives on addiction. Everyone should read this. It's an easy read but very impactful.Published 9 months ago by Tswj
"7 Tools to Beat Addictioin" is a superb read and comes highly recommended by Aaron T. Beck, the founder and creator of Cognitive Therapy. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Edward J. Thomassen
This is the best tool that I've come across and, thankfully, is not AA based. Stanton's process is supported by hard research out of Stanford University. Read morePublished 12 months ago by deborah willits
It was very practical. It took approach that one can fix his or her own addiction, which is seemingly
radical in our society. I liked it.
the book was in good condition. Now then, this writing so much is going too far and probably turns people off.Published 19 months ago by estela m pledge
First, I would like to state that my review does not apply to people with true, diagnosed eating disorders. Read morePublished on August 9, 2012 by FightForWhatsRight
I wont get into any long thing here, but the minute I started reading this book, I was completely turned off. I got about as far as the introduction and then longed for a refund. Read morePublished on May 11, 2012 by Slammy
It took way to long for this book to be received, over a month. Thank Goodness school wasn't starting soon. However the book did arrive in the condition as stated.Published on January 2, 2012 by lynnme