Emotional Dysfunction as It Relates to Smell
by Michael Strickland
This groundbreaking book is for anyone interested in psychology or mental health. It explains the human emotional experience and its dysfunction based on the way a person is actively smelling, reflective of their internal level of calmness. It presents a unique model of human behavior from the perspective of nature and evolution. Additionally, it offers a model for how this dysfunction began, in terms of nature, how it presents, and how it could theoretically be changed.
It explains why our body language is the way it is, for example, why we might touch our face when lying.
After reading this book a person should be able to objectively observe and understand dysfunction in themself, and in others. It is not possible to hide who we are, only to attempt to disguise it.
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