You know when you pick this book up that it's probably not going to be just light, pamphlet reading. That's what we thought. We thought that we'd need an online dictionary. But, that's not so. In actuality, Baird dumbs down some of the more difficult concepts and it's unpleasant, really.
We don't mind that an author would use simpler terms and not barf on us as readers, with intimately known medical slang, verbiage and passages. That's fine. However, we also do not love that there are some passages that are over-simplistic.
With that aside, there is a lot of insight to be had. Just, don't get butt hurt when you realize that Baird thinks you're dumb. Hey, maybe, he had a certain reading universe in mind for whom he was writing?
Often, there comes a time when the costs equal the rewards and a relationship tends to plateau.
The disadvantages of critical thinking are that it is often expensive, time-consuming, and beyond the ordinary needs of society.
...we now know that our caveman inheritance can be modified, and that those changes lead to greater happiness.
You're in charge of your own responses, and that affects the people around you.
Author: James D. Baird Ph.D.
Paperback: 274 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (February 13, 2015)
Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 0.6 x 8 inches
Vital Link: Amazon