Reviews of Practically Shameless
Five-star review at Amazon.com from Midwest Book Review
June 9, 2008: "Practically Shameless: How Shadow Work Helped Me Find My Voice, My Path, and My Inner Gold is the unabridged audiobook rendition of author and Shadow Work facilitator Alyce Barry's self-help guide to revitalizing one's life. Barry draws upon her personal story of overcoming depression to explain the human shadow, and the transformative power of the Shadow Work processes. Shadow Work founder Cliff Barry provides a foreword to this helpful guide to positive metamorphosis, which delves into why humans resist change so much and how to tap into one's positive inner sources. Especially recommended for anyone interested in discovering the mental and emotional benefits of shadow work. 5 CDs, 5 hours 32 min."Midwest Book Review Audio Bookshelf - review at Amazon
Andy Padjen included Practically Shameless in his list of Best Books of 2007 at his blog, Smooch the Soul.
"Getting It Write," Michael Bonesteel's Evanston Review article about books by North Shore authors, listed Practically Shameless (Word document, reconstructed from the online version of the article)
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