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Anika Rothingham Anika Rothingham said: " I've started this book. So far, it's a lot about the problem and not how to fix it, although the back of the book has lots of useful resources. (It has the most useful step-by-step guide to self-empathy that I've ever seen.) I wish the "do this" part ...more "

 
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Anika Rothingham Anika Rothingham said: " I got this as an audio book for my trip home. It is highly entertaining, although I can't tell from the style if it would be as funny if I read on the page. It seems like it'd be really fun to listen to with a group. Usually I find books by comedians ...more "

 

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