Footnotes and References
These two were great books to start with:
- David Kibbe, Metamorphosis, Atheneum, New York, 1987.
- Elliot Abravanel, Dr. Abravanel's Body Type Program for
Health, Fitness and Nutrition, Bantam Books, New York, 1985.
However, I added 7 more types and clarified the faces of the 4 basic types for the ebook 20 Types of Beauty, Tosoar Publications, 2011.
- "G is for Girl" has been adapted from Dwyn Larson, The Power
of Your Softer Side, Tosoar Publications, 2000. Used by permission.
- Christina Hoff Sommers, Who Stole Feminism? How Women Have
Betrayed Women, New York, Simon and Schuster 1994.
- Thom Hartmann, (Hunter in a Farmer's World) Attention Deficit Disorder, A Different Perception, Underwood Books, California, 1993
Hartmann's book was wonderful for my marriage, we could say "Oh, that's a hunter thing." or "That has to be a farmer thing." It was suddenly okay to be who we were. All the people I know who are ADD or ADHD are also a combination of P+T. So it seems likely that it's mostly the way the brain is wired.
- David Cherry, Marlane Miller, Brainstyles: Be Who You Really Are, Brainstyles, Incorporated, 1997
- Taylor Hartman, The Color Code, Color Code International, Trabuco Canyon, California, 1987, p. 14.
- Taylor Hartman, The Character Code, Color Code International, Trabuco Canyon, California, 1987, p. 89.
- D. Glenn Foster and Mary Marshall, How Can I Get Through to You?, Hyperion, New York, 1994.
- Harvey and Marilyn Diamond, Fit for Life, Warner Books, New York, 1985.
- Peter J. D'Adamo, with Catherine Whitney, Eat Right 4 Your Blood Type, The Putnam Publishing Group, Jan. 1997. website: www.dadamo.com.