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What disappointed you about Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for Cancer?
This is going to be a TOUGH book to finish. Imagine the most annoying British woman reading you the most acronym-laden, boring book on the planet. TADA! That's this book. I am TRYING to hang in there for the "nuggets" that might lie within, but this is a second by second struggle. The alternative was to listen to some gong-banging yoga-esque mindfulness book . . . which I'm wishing I'd done.
What could Trish Bartley and John Teasdale have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?
Not sure . . . except the narration is truly grating.
How did the narrator detract from the book?
She makes it incredible difficult to hang onto this reading.
What character would you cut from Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for Cancer?
Any additional comments?
You can hear the imperialism in some of the commentary . . . about how they've "discovered" concepts but given no credit to Asian or other cultures that have practiced these concepts for centuries before their "discovery" and documentation. Referring to individual countries but then referring to all of the continent of Africa as if blanket statements apply to the entire continent. Things like that. And for God's sake, STOP with the acronym reading, please!