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The single worst book I've read next to Who Moved My Cheese! Oct 19, 2004
Having read this book a couple times, I find the linguistics to be simple and the basic premise could be summed up in about a paragraph which really is all that should be published. The title says it all and it's ridiculous to assume that anyone but a Trained Chimpanzee should spend their time or hard earned money on this book.
No suspense,no thrills,just plain sense Feb 13, 2001
This is the kind of book that one can pick up and read within hours. Not because it has few pages but because of the fact that the content relates to life and addresses issues that one wrestles with in everyday life. It is a book that speaks to everyone, whether you are a housewife a business professional a teacher or lawyer. If you have anything to do with people, this is a book to read. The author addresses issues from his heart and deals with it from a simplistic level that anybody can understand and identify with. His absolute honesty and sincerity strikes you right from the start and allows the reader to view into areas of his life that others would regard as reserved territory. But through this he builds up credibility that makes acceptance of his theories so much easier. Being somewhat of a perfectionist and intolerant towards mediocrity, this book helped me to overcome my prejudices towards others and allows me now to respect different perspectives and appreciate people. No suspense, no thrills just plain sense, go ahead, buy it its a handbook for life
Very insightful book from a wonderful person. Oct 4, 1999
This book was sent to me by my friend and the author, Robert Watts, Jr. The book is a very insightful look at the way we all conduct our relationsips with other people, and of the way we see and perceive people. Once you read this book, you will see people in a totally new and different light. The author relates many of his own personal life experiences which lends a "realness" to the material. This should be a must read for anyone dealing with people on a day to day basis, which would include nearly all of us. Thank you for sharing this part of yourself with the world.
This book is the medicine most people need Oct 1, 1999
I first read this book about a year ago.I find it to be a reference book for me.When I start feeling sorry for myself or want to blame someone else for my Problems it serves as a wake up.Robert must have known he wrote this book for me.
Honest. Real. No cheese. Jun 2, 1999
Don't dismiss this one as just another self-help book. Mr. Watts dissects the building blocks of who we are--relationships--and successfully shows us that we must relate to one another as human beings, and not as "problems." Basically, we all go through it in life, but our approach to dealing with it is what really counts. Mr.Watts shows us how to look at others and ourselves with a new perspective and an understanding that the problems we face are secondary to our existence--we are first and foremost we are human. If we can remember that, then our own lives will be enriched and our relationships will improve in quality as well. Mr. Watts shares his own personal experiences and allows the reader to become involved with his own pain and enlightenment. His real and down-to-earth tone is felt throughout the book. Every reader will appreciate the honesty and intimacy Mr. Watts shares in this book and will begin to enjoy the people closest to them with a renewed spirit.