House of Cards by Robyn Dawes

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Robin Dawes spares no one in this powerful critique of modern psychotherapeutic practice. As Dawes points out, we have all been swayed by the "pop psych" view of the world--believing, for example, that self-esteem is an essential precursor to being a productive human being, that events in one's childhood affect one's fate as an adult, and that "you have to love yourself before you can love another."

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Published November 24, 2009 by Free Press. 352 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, History, Professional & Technical, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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