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Psycho-Cybernetics
Psycho-Cybernetics
von Maxwell Maltz
  Taschenbuch
Preis: EUR 6,66

3 von 3 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
5.0 von 5 Sternen An all-powerful approach to growth, health and happiness, 11. April 2000
Rezension bezieht sich auf: Psycho-Cybernetics (Taschenbuch)
This is the most powerful self-help book I have ever read. This book will teach you how to
1) Be successful 2) feel successful 3) be happy 4) become and remain healthy 5) manage your emotions 6) recover from past trauma and abuse 7) recover from depression, anxiety, fear and emotional pain... and much, much more.
An astounding book in every way, this book will help you become a better, healthier, happier person living a richer, more fullfilling, meaningful life.
I heartily recommend this book for anyone to read - RIGHT NOW. I wish I had read this book years ago. I had it sitting on my bookshelf for over a year before I finally got around read it.


The Great San Francisco Trivia & Fact Book
The Great San Francisco Trivia & Fact Book
von Janet Bailey
  Taschenbuch

4.0 von 5 Sternen Interesting book filled with many fun facts, 14. März 2000
This book contains a lot of interesting historic facts and trivia about the city of San Francisco. The book is divided into different sections, and keeps the short anectodes in chronological order, from the 1850's until today. I recommend this book to anyone who wants a light, fun-filled book about San Francisco history.


Brave New World (Perennial Classics)
Brave New World (Perennial Classics)
von Aldous Huxley
  Taschenbuch

5.0 von 5 Sternen This book will frighten you, 11. Mai 1999
This book is brilliant, aweinspiring, frightening, chilling and depressive at the same time. Simply the best book I have ever read, if not for its prose, then for its message and content. Huxley predicted, over 60 years ago, the future we see in America today. Agreed, we are not quite there yet, but we are close. Frighteningly close. I would recommend everyone to read this book.


The Rules?: Time-Tested Secrets for Capturing the Heart of Mr. Right
The Rules?: Time-Tested Secrets for Capturing the Heart of Mr. Right
von Ellen Fein
  Taschenbuch

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1.0 von 5 Sternen The most pathetic book I have ever read., 6. November 1998
Basically, this book lays out a set of fixed "rules" that every girl should follow in order to get married to "Mr. Right" in absolutely no time. The rules imply that the man is the agressor, and will chase you forever if you only play hard to get. And that means VERY hard to get. Basically, the woman should just sit back and wait for the man to do every single move. And yes, this includes not making yourselv available on the phone, never returning calls, never asking for a dance or a date, never talk to a man first, and so on.
Guys: Read this book. Now. Whether you decide that you like "rules girls" or not, reading this book will teach you the rules, and you will be able to spot who is following them, and who isn't, sparing you from a lot of agony (believe me, I have been there).
Girls: I have no doubt that the rules work. If you follow them, you will get married. The question is: how soon, and to whom? No one set of behavior attracts everybody, and mostly, the kind of people you attract depends on who YOU are. If you are a woman who is selfish, egocentric, manipulative, emotionally cold and devoid of intuition and empathy (which is what you will become if you follow "the rules"), think about whom you will attract, and what your marriage will look like.
Caution: This book is very manipulative in itself, and contains very suggestive advice and logic of the same kind used in religious sects and extreme cults. For example, if following "the rules" drives your heart's desire away, he wasn't really interested, and would never marry you (nothing is ever "the rules" fault). You should not discuss "the rules" with your friends or with your therapist, because they will try to talk you out of it, or make you uncertain whether you should be following the rules. The book features many examples of what happens to the unfortunate people who break the rules (they always end up heartbroken), whereas rules girls always get married and live happily ever after. Don't fall into this trap!


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