The trouble with trying to write a fair review of SoftWired is avoiding clichés.
There are several that are applicable and so maybe I should just list them here and get them out of the way. Here they are ( some of them, anyway): revolutionary; earth shaking; groundbreaking; life changing; landmark.
Yes. This book is all of that. Its appeal is to basically two groups of people:
- those who have suffered trauma to the brain either through accident or disease;
- anybody over forty years old
I’m not going to hide the punch line here. The message of the book – the thing that makes all those grand cliché s appropriate – is this: the brain is like a muscle and it can be strengthened dramatically through the right kind of exercise, diet and lifestyle. The book is full of examples of dramatic changes – healings, really – in the lives…
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