“By incorporating self-disclosure into his discussions, he teaches us that it is okay to look into our own lives and reflect on what we are experiencing.”
- Reader Views
“It is best read slowly, section by section, so that when we finish one part, we take some time for self-reflection. This would be an excellent choice for a reader’s group. Every person reading it will be able to relate to some part of it, and it will definitely inspire some interesting discussions.”
- Midwest Book Review
“It takes a special kind of fearlessness to bring up the things that trouble us and make us blush…he does it over and over, sometimes with an honesty that burns to the bone, and sometimes with a wink…”
- Sue Chance, M.D.
from the foreword of Human Matters