Dr. Pearsall’s book The
Last Self-Help Book You’ll Ever Need, asserts that self-helpism
has become a “psycho-religion” based on a set of McMorals
- ubiquitous but unsubstantiated platitudes about daily living.
To see if you’re free of the tyranny of self-improvement,
answer “yes” or “no” to the following
Last Self-help Book You'll Ever Need: Repress Your Anger, Think
Negatively, Be a Good Blamer, and Throttle Your Inner Child
The April 18th Publisher's Weekly praises Dr. Paul Pearsall’s
"Kudos to Pearsall for arguing against the platitudes of
self-empowerment that dominate the self-help bookshelves. This
contrarian volume gives readers plenty to consider and offers
a hopeful and helpful approach to being mindful and fully engaged
in each moment - good or bad."