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Wonderful Working Women

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Reviewed: 2021-03-16

Powerful story about STEM and the great women doing ground breaking research and saving the world at the same time.

Balanced guidance from multiple perspectives

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4 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 2021-01-07

I found the multiple perspectives helpful to seeing the teachings in a more complete way.

Well articulated approaches to Meditations

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Reviewed: 2020-12-07

As a novice meditator with a life long learning addiction this book stands out as a practical and clear "how to" manual for developing a beneficial practice.

Psychologizing can get awkward

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Reviewed: 2020-10-09

I found some parts of the story awkward especially when it was about Suzanne herself. When she analyzed situations involving coworkers or others in general, I kept wanting to discount her bias. I found it difficult to appreciate what was fact from what was interpretation. I did appreciate her attempts at psychopathology but I wasn't sure I trusted her interpretations and reasoning because I didn't see anything besides personal experience to verify her authority with psychology. I love self-analysis too but I'm afraid I have a fool for an analyst.