Madness, Insanity & The World Wide Web

PlainJane

Moderator
Are you learning lots from it though?

Yes! I love the layout too. I’m a total geek, and get lost for hours on anything neuro-related. Definitely time consuming. Like you, I like that it’s factual and science based. It’s easier for me to use it as a mirror than any other book I’ve read. I get too caught up in the emotion of other texts than what is beneficial. This satisfies the intellectual part of my brain.

The fact that CBT is still the best, was reassuring for me to read.

I just breeze through it looking for changes. I often find the future component the most interesting, as it gives insight to what is currently being looked at

That’s awesome! I wish I could attend the The Trauma Foundation conference this year, the panel and agenda looks really interesting. I’m hoping to get the recordings later to see the application and responses of their work.
 

anthony

Founder
I like that it’s factual and science based. It’s easier for me to use it as a mirror than any other book I’ve read. I get too caught up in the emotion of other texts than what is beneficial.
Yep, exactly. Many authors write their experience and opinions, which are great, but not scientific data. Experience and opinions are the spice of life, but factual data is pretty handy to have around as to whether something is worth the time or not.
 
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