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Why Smart People Hurt: A Guide for the Bright, the Sensitive, and the…

by Eric Maisel

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This book was pretty awful. I liked the idea but not when the author did things like equating having racing thoughts with being manic, or saying that depression comes from negatively evaluating life. In that case, I will just FOCUS ON THE POSITIVE!!!1 and be totally cured of depression forever. Awesome! Also, saying that racing thoughts = mania is like saying having a tickle in your throat = having pertussis. No. Just no. ( )
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Drawing from natural psychology, offers solutions to the challenges intelligent and creative people face, describing how to use logic to cope with the difficulties of having an overactive brain.

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