Psychology

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“Tighten your belt, gird your loins, read this book, and have the guts to see beyond our own delusions.

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“No other species puts so much effort into exploring imaginary territories, nor does it seem so determined to turn the make-believe into the real.”

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Breathing regulates our everyday experience. What if we could change our lives by changing our breathing?

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Rediscover the joy of daydreaming and awaken your creative self through Manoush Zomorodi’s guide to unleash from digital demons.

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" . . . provides tips and cues readers may use to increase their own level of curiosity."

 

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". . . might be the most informative, useful book on trauma treatment . . ."

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Mental Health, Inc. is gripping in the sense that you’ll literally grip the book tightly in both hands as you read this horrifying account of our twisted mental health system.

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Depression and anxiety affect more than 50 million Americans in any given year, according to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America.

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“What might this be?” Such an innocuous question—such profound results. No psychological concept has penetrated culture as much as “the Inkblot test” has.

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As early as Hippocrates (c. 460 BCE–c. 370 CE), flummox and fascination have propelled the quest to understand the relationship between mind and body.

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Many readers might assume that a book with the title The Voices Within would be a text about auditory hallucinations, which are almost always seen as negative symptoms of a mental illness.

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There are times when a psychotherapist makes a huge difference in a client’s life and there are times when, despite best efforts, lives are lost.

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if you are looking for a book that describes the brain’s role in how we create perspective(s) and interact in the world, including some aspects of mental health and mental

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More than 47,000 Americans died of accidental overdose in 2014. What is causing this epidemic of overdose deaths?

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One wishes Play Anything by Ian Bogost would have been more enjoyable a read.

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At times, the most difficult but important books to read are the ones that hold a mirror to our lives and parenting behaviors. Glow Kids by Nicholas Karadaras is just such a book.

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“The prose is refined, even beautiful, which is unexpected when such a difficult subject is being discussed.”

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“even the most horrifying and bizarre beliefs are not sign and symptom of an irreparably broken mind.”

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At times, a scholarly well-written book will disappoint because it is not what the reader expects. Ordinarily Well by Dr. Peter Kramer falls into this category.

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Sex, lies, deceit, an outwardly moral woman who perpetrates shocking violence, and a gripping courtroom drama to bring her to justice—this sounds like the latest crime fiction novel, but in fact is

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In a world obsessed with productivity, it is timely to read a book that tells us who is likely to be productive and why. 

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Anthologies by authors that reproduce previous writings do not always make the best reading and can appear unconnected, dated, and stale.

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The Man Who Couldn’t Stop: OCD and the True Story of a Life Lost in Thought is a gripping memoir that blends personal experience with history and complex empirical research.

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