Quotes from book reviewer: Margaret Fedder
Dis-eased by John Ralph Tuccitto is an intriguing volume that combines a personal memoir with a treatise on the use of technology in today’s society."
It is Tuccitto’s willingness to be vulnerable and honest about his work and his mental illness, however, that helps to make it clear that something important is being said here.
There is undeniable truth in the book’s declarations around humanity’s “mutual insanity,” and in its discussion of thinking “inside the box,” which is thought provoking and original.
My full book review can be found at Foreward Clarion Review
The purpose of this book is to help you acknowledge that when you persist in an environment without adapting to change, you will become obsolete. If you persist in an incompatible environment, you will eventually convince yourself your personality is a disease. Through the evidence of my own experience and my artwork, I attempt to define these underpinnings that represent the silent engine behind human ego. When difficult times like depression mercilessly shuffle experience, that blur of activity is difficult to comprehend. The next time you are grappling with your inadequacy, reach for this book and you will find a comrade who empathizes with your struggle.
- Tony Longworth, From the Outside Looking In, Wolf At the Door - Too Late to Go Back
- Scott Buckley, Soul Searcher www.scottbuckley.com.au
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