Impulse: Why Us Do What Us Do Without Knowledge Why Us Do It's (Paperback)
Peter came to see me suffering what today we would call post-traumatic stress disorder. A mixture of severe anxiety mixed with fault, it's I was the result of a Remarkable Get away of death they had experienced a year before. On the night of November 18 1987, Peter, 32, had left his central London office a little later than usual and hurried to catch the Piccadilly line train to the first scenery of its trip home. The would do to travel a King Cross then switch to the Circle Line. It was a trip I had done hundreds of times before. The train stopped at King's Cross shortly before 7:30 and Peter hurried up the escalator. This would be take it to the ticket room from where you could transfer it to the Circle Line.