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➿ Doctor Is In, The Free ➶ Author Ruth Westheimer – Bogou.us

Doctor Is In, The The Doctor Is In America S Best Loved Therapist, Dr Ruth, Is Known For Her Wise Counsel On All Matters Of The Heart Here She Shares Private Stories From Her Past And Her Present And Her Insights Into Living Life To The Fullest At Any Age.Everyone Knows Dr Ruth As America S Most Famous And Trusted Sex Therapist, But Few People Know She Was Raised In An Orphanage In Switzerland, Narrowly Escaping Death During The Holocaust Or That She Was An Ace Sniper In The Israeli Amy After Years Spent As A Professor In Paris, Dr Ruth Came To America With Big Dreams And Even Bigger Chutzpah And, At The Age Of Eighty Seven, She Is As Feisty As Ever.Through Intimate And Funny Stories, Dr Ruth Sheds Light On How She S Learned To Live A Life Filled With Joie De Vivre And She Shows Listners How They Too Can Learn To Deal With Tragedy And Loss, Challenges And Successes, All While Nourishing An Intellectual And Emotional Spark And, Above All, Having Fun Hilarious, Inspiring, And Profound, The Doctor Is In Will Change The Way You Think About Life And Love, In All Its Limitless Possibilities.

    10 thoughts on “➿ Doctor Is In, The Free ➶ Author Ruth Westheimer – Bogou.us


  1. says:

    Thanks to NetGalley and Publishing for the chance to read and review an advance reader s copy of Doctor Is In, The Dr Ruth on Love, Life, and Joie de Vivre.I originally wanted to read this book due to the description of Dr Ruth s life sounding very intriguing From being separated from her parents and ultimately left an orphan during the Holocaust, to joining the Haganah, a paramilitary organization in Palestine, and being trained as a sniper, it sounded very unexpected based on what little I knew about her I was also interested in exactly how someone who describes herself as fairly conservative due to her background as an Orthodox Jew in Germany, ended up becoming a famous sex therapist in her fifties However, while she does mention all those topics, I felt that she never delved very deeply into her past, with the exception of becoming a sex therapist She describes her unusual career path in detail, but in my opinion, it came off as very self aggrandizing, with a lot of name dropping and continually referring to her role as a celebrity and all the benefits that come with that status I found the story of her life somewhat dry and lacking in emotion, considering the fact that she survived the Holocaust and l...


  2. says:

    The Doctor is In by Dr Ruth Westheimer is a free NetGalley ebook that I began reading in early April I had chosen to read this book due to my being on a bio bent, but also because I love Dr Ruth s open mind, free spirit, and 80s chic.Having gone back to school to pursue social sciences, I expected this book to have a bit o...


  3. says:

    Galley provided free for review by netgalley.com I really wanted to like this book I know that Dr Ruth is typically known for discussions about sex, and that s well and good, but I was excited about reading a little about her life She has lived several lifetimes in her 86 years, and I wanted to know about her experiences There are some good lessons in the book, but after a while, reading the book starts to feel like sitting with an elderly relative who has Lessons to Impart Dr Ruth s ideas about joie de vivre are good in small doses, but a book full of them kind of hits the reader over the head There s nothing subtle about the message she wants to send, and she does so with a rather blunt writing style I wish the book had been a little carefully edited for style, because it feels a bit clunky and uneven At one point she says, Fred was short, and since he wasn t wearing a wedding ring, I could tell he was single Why not just say, He was short, and he wasn t wearing a wedding ring I think it s safe to assume your readers can make that jump with you A little while later, she says, parenthetically to her readers, You may remember it was the subject of the question I asked Dr Kaplan Well, yes, the question was asked, literally, three paragraphs earlier I assure you, we remember There are chronological jumps that aren t always logical but would actually work if you were sitting in a room with your great aunt, list...


  4. says:

    I grew up in New York listening to Dr Ruth on the radio She was so warm and inviting and gave such sound advice I have always admired her courage, her zest for life and her strong presence I was surprised therefore by her book The Doctor Is In in which she gives advice on how to live life with Joie de Vivre and get the most pleasure and joy that we can In this book, Dr Ruth seems different her voice is shallow, distant and repetitive Basically the book is a guide on how to handle the vicissitude of life the hurt, the grief, the losses that come our way She encourages us to feel all of our feelings associated with our pain and then get moving and find the Joie de Vivre that we are missing She gives us examples from her own life What is surprising is how simplistic and formulaic her advice is, how she repeats it over and over and how the she says it the removed it feels Given that Dr Ruth encourages us to feel a full range of feeling it is disappointing that she mostly only expresses happy and nice feelings and doesn t give many clues on how to express the full range of emotions we might be feeling and use this to lighten o...


  5. says:

    Not my kind of book Superficial, self congratulatory, name dropping There s an interesting story there but she tells it very poorly.


  6. says:

    2.5 stars, and I guess I wish I could give it , but also surprised I finished this book Dr Ruth has had an incredible life, in both highs, and extreme lows I fully support not letting your lows trap you, but it got a little repetitive through out the book I haven t read many autobiographies, so I may not be the best at determining the best way to go about talking about all your accomplishments with out coming acr...


  7. says:

    I remember Dr Ruth talking candidly about sex on radio and television back in the 80 s Accent aside, hers was a unique voice because of her focus on educating without shocking or titillating her audience She brings this same frankness to her second autobiography and fills its pages with upbeat advice based on her astonishingly varied some tragically life experiences Overall...


  8. says:

    I received a free copy of this book from NetGalley for review This is such a fun little book It s not exactly a linear tale, but a mixture of Dr Ruth s life story, experience, and advice I ve always been interested in her and this book really piqued my interest even I will be reading her actual autobiogra...


  9. says:

    Dr Ruth is still keeping her cards close to her vest, but her story is still a remarkable one I guarantee that you ll get tired of the expression joie de vivre, but you ll also learn how to live your best life May we all have as rich an experience as Dr Ruth has.


  10. says:

    Read this book if you are bored, in a funk, feeling like you re rapidly aging, etc There is so much to Dr Ruth than sex advice an adorable accent Her story is fascinating and her life advice is invaluable.

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