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Reviewed by Vernita Naylor for Readers' Favorite
Have you ever wondered when you meet someone and, depending upon their reaction to you, you begin to wonder where their responses are coming from and why they responded that way? Find Out Who’s Normal and Who’s Not: Proven Techniques to Quickly Uncover Anyone's Degree of Emotional Stability by David J. Lieberman, Ph.D. has the answers. Dr. Lieberman provides you with quick, honest assessments of the who, what, when, where, why and how of a person’s psyche. As you begin to read the chapters contained in Find Out Who’s Normal and Who’s Not, such as The Self-Esteem Machine, The Mental CAT Scan, Relationships and Boundaries, The Alarm Bells and Family Ties: Is It All In The Genes? you will be able to gauge just how self-contained this book is for those specific personality needs.
I am a people watcher so immediately my interest was heightened when I saw Find Out Who’s Normal and Who’s Not because I wanted to find out more about the human psyche. From the beginning certain chapter titles caught my attention: The Alarm Bells, Family Ties: Is It All In The Genes? and Boundaries which I read first before reading the rest of the book. The material is deep and I had to process it a little bit at a time. When I say deep, I mean that when you begin to think about interpersonal relationships and our interactions with each other, it can be a deep subject within itself. Understanding the who, what, when, where, and why about people and how these traits evolved is very interesting.