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    Quote Originally Posted by esomiso View Post
    "The Brain That Changes Itself" - Norman Doidge, M.D.
    Why? Because Neuroplasticity is fucking amazing.

    Also, hello all. First post. Nice to meet you.
    Howdy, I'd welcome you but I don't have the right -- 2nd post here.

    I'll have to pick that up. I hope the brain can change itself. I'm a latecomer to DBT and if it doesn't help, I'm going to be lost.

    I'm reading Heaven's River by Dennis Taylor, book 4 of the Bobiverse. The whole series is a rather fun romp, at least if you're old enough to get his references.

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    this is what I'll be reading right after this BattleTech novel is completed... which might be Friday. So... this makes me happy.

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    this one's probably not getting a special release...


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    Finished: “The Sword And The Dagger” by Ardanth Mayhar … quite good. I wonder why it hasn’t been reprinted. Adds a new perspective to Hanse Davion and the Steiner-Davion alliance.

    Starting: “So Long, And Thanks For All The Fish” by Douglas Adams... I had forgotten that I still had to read this one and then Mostly Harmless....

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    my new read…




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    Finished: “So Long, And Thanks For All The Fish” by Douglas Adams … still delightful, even the ending.

    Starting: “Mostly Harmless” by Douglas Adams

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