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This book is an enjoyable read and as one reviewer rightly points out, it is surprisingly in-depth, especially for what first appears, due to the cover, to be a rather lightweight book covering serious topics of Freud and other related psychologists. Indeed, Sarah Tomley doesn’t shy away from presenting much of the theory surrounding these thinkers and, in doing so, does a very good job in keeping the work both entertaining and easy to read throughout. So, whilst at first having some reservations about the book due to its comic-type cover, I ended up being pleased with its content and, give or take a few asides, with its presentation too.
If there is anything wrong with the book, it is a little shorter than I would have liked, for the book can be read over the course of a few afternoons in one or two sittings; and being longer, would have allowed space for extra questions to be addressed, and I certainly had a few myself that I’d have liked to have seen tackled and included in the text. But these are minor issues for what is, on the whole, a very good book. Indeed, I would certainly recommend this book to others interested in psychology and the main thinkers surrounding the subject.
I should also add that I purchased the kindle edition and it works particularly well. It is easy to navigate and I can find sections very easily throughout the text.
If, like me, you buy a book to see how you might learn to resolve a problem, then this book is a reversal of this process. There are common, modern or timeless problems, like, 'Why do I need to keep checking my phone?', or 'If I'm in a relationship, why would I have an affair?' The explanation isn't just what Freud would do, but psychotherapists through the ages, such as Erickson or Albert Ellis. Not all the problems I have are mentioned, ( why should they?), but a good selection of the most common are.
Excellent read, fascinating and fluent. Psychology was not something I've ever read into before and this provided just the right amount of information. Really enjoying it so far and I am a lot more aware of my own cognitive processes.