Synopses & Reviews
Until recently, it was almost impossible to find anyone who would take the disease of assholism seriously. Compulsively rode treatment of others was viewed only as a character flaw, not as an addiction over which the asshole had no real control.
Dr. Crement, who began his career in proctology but has since switched to psychiatry, corrects this glaring omission with this encyclopedic treatment of assholism. The book is written primarily as a self-help guide for recovering assholes -- people who have come to grips with their addiction and are trying to learn what it means to be a decent human being. But it also includes a thorough description of the causes of assholism and the terrible waste this menace creates.