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You need to read the book to understand the points the author is making. I read it and can see how some things relate to my personal life but that is from my perception. Read morePublished 1 month ago by DC
First the bad news. Four things irritated me about this book and prevented me from giving it 5 Stars.
ONE: His vocabulary was not user friendly. Read more
A suburb book. Fascinating discussion of human psychology with an emphasis on the Jungian Shadow. Please read it.Published 9 months ago by Shirley J. Henderson
This book Why Good People Do Bad Things, held my interest to the end.Published 9 months ago by Irene Cabral
At last a book that brings deep understanding. This is a book every person in their 40's and 50's should read.Hollis shares insights that help us grapple with our deepest motives.Published 12 months ago by Andrew Pocock
I'm a huge fan of James Hollis. I usually need a dictionary close by whenever I am reading his works. He is extremely well educated and articulate. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Paula Elliott
James Hollis approach of our dark side is indeed enlightening… The understanding that only throughout integrating our dualities and ambiguities can we truly mature and evolve as... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Cacau
I love the way this man writes. I can tell by the depth of what he teaches that he has a very rich background and excellent training. Read morePublished 21 months ago by John E. McHale