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on August 6, 2008
I had high hopes for this book, based on the reviews by readers. The premise of the book is very good: accept your fears, learn to deal with them effectively and they will no longer be obstacles. The book however fails to follow up on this interesting concept, and instead delivers endless platitudes about making cassettes or leaving cards and post-its notes with "I am good and strong and capable and doggoneit, I deserve it". Very disappointing since the underlying concept is indeed solid. Avoid.
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on June 8, 2000
I found the book quite superficial and unrealistic. It has some good insights but to say you can just overcome deep emotional problems by recognizing them and using affirmations is a bit idealistic. Also, some of the suggestions are downright twinkie! My 2 cents worth...
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6 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on May 20, 2004
It seems too strange to see those raving possitive reviews,
After reading over 100 self help books and 3 books related to overcomming fear. I think this book is very simple and does not really have anything powerful insights.
For example if you want to do some affirmations everyday or hype yourself up that you can "do it anyway"... than this book is for you.
I personally recomend the "sedona" book. it will set you free and let you deal with fear in a much more unique and effective way.
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