Book Definition: The claim that roughly two-thirds of all people with non-psychotic problems recover within two years of the onset of the problem, whether they get therapy or not.

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In Your Own Words

  • Therapy doesn't work for most people and the problem will go away.
  • A mental problem will solve itself overtime and therapy is unnecessary.
  • Therapy isn't always necessary; some just heal with time.


  • Shook the world of therapy.
  • Brought on reviews of therapy.
  • An able, strong mind can avoid therapy.

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