Confronting and solving problems is a painful process, which most of us attempt to avoid. Drawing heavily upon his own professional experience, Dr. M ...Show synopsisConfronting and solving problems is a painful process, which most of us attempt to avoid. Drawing heavily upon his own professional experience, Dr. M. Scott Peck, a practicing psychiatrist, suggests ways in which confronting and resolving our problems can enable us to reach a higher level of self-understanding.Hide synopsis
This was one of the first books I read seeking my personal self, it was a great inspiration and lead me into many other question and books about my dysfunctional personality, which lead me into the ego the shadow and many other harmful personalities I had adopted.
It is good to work at controlling your response to everyday life, and I do support the book in that sense. However
It preys upon people with anxiety and fear and leads them down a path of "Self-enlightenment" Watch out for the deception in this one. You can not compare diety with man and put them at the same level.
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