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Published April 5th 2015
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Good but short biography of the psychiatrist who wrote "Pulling Your Own Strings", among other books
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I like having a collection of Dr. Dyer's quotes, but the rest of the book was poorly written and in desperate need of an editor. It does a disservice to Dr. Dyer's teachings and feels like a cheap way to profit from his wisdom.
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