Why You Should Listen to Me
This book is an autobiography describing a personal insight leading to the author’s decision of becoming a writer. It shows an uncommon path of meaningful experiences and dramatic choices, as well as a peculiar way of observing problems.
In order to allow a better perspective of the author’s vision, the content is presented as an honest documentary of his own life, currently reedited as a second edition.
This new edition became an obvious necessity, as the greatest reviews were coming from psychologists and social workers, claiming that this books reveals plenty of truths about the human nature that took them decades to realize by themselves. And here is one of them: "As a social worker for twenty years, I have tried to treat some full-fledged sociopaths with strong psychopathology. To my mind, the author's description above is about as good as it gets in summarizing that particular mindset” T. Bundrick (New York, USA).