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Liz Tucker

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Quick concise and good

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Reviewed: 04-05-19

Thought it would be rubbish at first when I realised how short this is and that narration sounds tinny and robotic. However it is what I needed - some quick help about what I can do after a hard break up and my inability to get over it. I will update on implementation x

good advice

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Reviewed: 11-02-19

worth a read easy to listen. practical and made me feel better at least. can't comment if will work as yet though

Good book

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Reviewed: 04-10-18

Definitely worth a read. Useful hacks for those with ADHD but may have to listen again as Peter talks very fast and I have forgotten stuff. I like it when authors narrate their own work, it gives the audible versions more gravitas..but please don't mimic female voices when quoting females, it undermines the credibility and is patronising.

Love Love Love this!

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Reviewed: 04-10-18

This is the 2nd Dr David Hamilton book I've read after seeing him talk in Bristol. I'm a fan and think there are some really amazing scientific insights that are so easy to take on board but could be truly transformational in everyday life! Buy it.

Brilliant

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Reviewed: 10-07-18

Loved it could relate so much to th author's story. Great scientific info. Will listen to this again.

Inspiring

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Reviewed: 16-05-18

Loved this book, unashamedly open, intelligently articulated and well researched. Definately recommend this to anyone considering giving up the booze for however long and for whatever reasons.

You don't need to be an addict to read this book!

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Reviewed: 03-03-18

Very well done. Listened to the audible version of the book and found Russell's take on the subject insightful, humorous and practical. I'm not an addict in the typical sense but like many I probably have a tendency to behaviour in a certain way or use certain things like alcohol/shopping etc as emotional crutches or as avoidances rather than take a good hard look at myself and my life. Russell demonstrates in a beaitifully articulate way how you can change behaviours that sabotage your wellbeing and shares much of himself and own failings. There has been only one book that I have listened to on audible and then subsequently bought the written version because it was so good. This however will be the second.

Brilliant!!

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Reviewed: 18-02-18

Don't hesitate to purchase this book. It's insightful, witty and very helpful. Loved it! I cannot fault it apart from my mishearing Ruby referring to Plato as Playdoh and wondering why she kept referencing Playdoh as some great intelligence of philosophy 😂

Brilliant

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Reviewed: 29-01-18

Well worth a read / listen if you suffer from or have suffered with anxiety and or depression. At some points I felt somewhat despondent because my parameters to change are narrow but I'm glad I perservered. This book gives you hope, a new perspective and something to work with. Fantastic work.

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Reviewed: 08-02-17

Easy to follow and although some of the affirmations may sound daft, they did help change my perspective on cleaning my house. the book also gives useful advice on using affirmations for goals in other areas of life too

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