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  • By Idiot Box
    Feb 7, 2009
    "Hmmm" Personally I think that the bat-shit author has posted the above comments in a deluded attempt to make it seem like his book has some merits. My advice…back away slowly and try not to make eye contact.
  • By Mili Milutinovic
    Sep 27, 2008
    "This book is gold!" It is a great pleasure to read a good and exciting book with well-balanced sentences full of wonderful and unexpected surprises -- and even greater one if you can learn from it things that are useful for your everyday life. This book, written in only 85 pages, contains beautiful explanation of us, human beings, our habits and the way how and why we function in regular and extraordinary situation in some specific ways -- the ways that we recognize easily as we read the book -- but that were hidden from most of us before. It is amazing to clearly see from the book that our brains function as programs with triggers that can be implanted and function the way we do not like it, and the ability to recognize their existence and try to get rid of them. We learn to recognize types of our emotions, as they are about to raise and affect our visible behavior -- and how they can make our communication with others unpleasant and, more important, harmful in a way that... More > decreases our chances for success. There are no popcorn effects in the writing of this book; there are no unnecessary sentences or even words; the author wrote the book with minimum words sparing them like they were written in gold. My belief is that the author spent at least ten years to engulf and present so much information in such a physically small book, an effort that need lot of time. It reminds me of Blaise Pascal: I made this letter longer than usual because I lack the time to make it shorter. Mili Milutinovic, System Architect< Less
  • By Drew Mcpherson
    Jul 29, 2008
    "Re: Hmmm" Lol. Ignore my stal... er... I mean "fans" there. It really is flattering that I have some already :)
  • By suzyross4
    May 31, 2008
    "Incredibly In-depth and Philosophically Sound" Drew McPherson has really hit the nail on the head with this deeply compelling book on psychology and illness. He is methodical in his approach and engaging in his delivery. "You May Be 'Insane' and Don't Even Know It!" was so enlightening, that I had to literally tear myself away many times while reading it. Most members of society will be surprised to read how much of their beliefs are based upon media misrepresentation. Who knew that AIDS isn't actually caused by HIV? Or that the HIV test isn't really a test for HIV at all? Who knew that complications from AIDS and cancer treatments are the leading causes of death in patients with these illnesses? The evidence is already out there, but has never been compiled and presented as Mr. McPherson presents it in this fascinating piece of literature. If you want to heal yourself, I mean REALLY heal yourself; emotionally, physically and spiritually, this book is for you.... More > It will inform you of the causes, the effects and the cure for all your ailments. It is a profoundly eye-opening experience for all those who read it and embrace the new life philosophy within.< Less
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Product Details

Publisher
Drew Mcpherson
Published
November 15, 2007
Language
English
Pages
94
Binding
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
Weight
0.42 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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