“Mark Twain” responds to Dan Mackler

Daniel,

I enjoy most things you have to say and I am forever grateful that I was sent to Alice Miller after watching your YouTube videos. I do however find most of your great work to [replicate] precisely that—Alice Miller’s. And those parts where you disagree you seem to be making broad over-generalizations and sticky conclusions.

The two reviews I have read on here also don’t give any substance to the books of which you reviewed. I think Cesar has a point. You seem to use this discussion to attack Miller, and not the points made in the book. You seem to be making a review on her integrity.

I also am unsure how you determine that you are completely enlightened. How can you know you are not making the same “hubris” assumption as Miller? Can anyone be fully enlightened? How can one determine when they are fully enlightened? And if you aren’t enlightened, then by your own words aren’t you abusing your readers? And did you abuse your past patients before your enlightenment?

As for the fact that Alice Miller has disclosed her whole life makes her easy to attack from someone that hasn’t… Also your attacks on procreation and whether or not parents can have children is rather mute, considering you don’t plan to have any and your stance on homosexuality.

Source: Amazon book reviews

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3 comments on ““Mark Twain” responds to Dan Mackler

  1. Chechar says:

    And what I find totally disgusting is that Dennis Rodie’s “Walls of Silence” continues to link to Mackler in his website.

    Pathetic… But presently there are no genuine followers of Miller.

  2. Topsy says:

    “As for the fact that Alice Miller has disclosed her whole life makes her easy to attack from someone that hasn’t… Also your attacks on procreation and whether or not parents can have children is rather mute, considering you don’t plan to have any and your stance on homosexuality”.

    WHY has he no empathy for women?

    Daniel Mackler… he was never allowed to express his ‘creativity’ by his parents and now he is stuck in a state of perpetual adolescence with some very serious mom issues.

    • César Tort says:

      Moreover, he probably projected much of his mom issues onto his long essay about Miller. That’s why I consider charlatanry the attitude of those who claim having inherited Miller’s legacy but never publish their autobiography.

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