Psychology

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“Although this book might be painful to read for gaslighting victims and survivors, it will bring them out of the darkness and into the light, helping them heal . . .”

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“An overblown title signals a kitchen-sink approach—too much, too repetitive, too speculative. The molecule of more has taken over judgement and discernment.”

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“Funny, romantic, utterly charming, Okay Fine Whatever will particularly appeal to people who suffer from anxiety. In other words, everyone.”

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Kara Richardson Whitely’s double-entendre of a title, The Weight of Being, wonderfully captures her physical and emotional life as a person of higher weight.

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“Studies from the Holocaust have revealed how social death preceded physical death, tracing the creep of generalizations, exclusions and dehumanization of Jews that made mass murder possible.

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Also Human is a book about medical doctors.

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“Birds of a Feather is a powerful glimpse into the struggles of people and animals who are working to overcome trauma.”

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Why do some people see a dress as white and gold, while others insist the same dress is blue and black? You remember The Dress, right?

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In her 1883 poem “The New Colossus,” Emma Lazarus gave the Statue of Liberty a voice and gave her a stance toward the world’s refugees that puts our own to shame: welcoming unreservedl

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“this book should become a fixture in the library of any baseball player or coach.”

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“Swiping our smartphones reorganizes the brain’s sensory-motor maps for the hand.

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There are few people who could competently write The Biological Mind, but Alan Jasanoff is one of those individuals.

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To Heal a Wounded Heart: The Transformative Power of Buddhism and Psychotherapy in Action by Pilar Jennings PhD is a tender and compassionate memoir of the experiences of an early career p

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The incarceration of a loved one is a traumatic event. For many families, it is also life-altering.

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On first blush, it would be easy to think this memoir is a cheap attempt to cash in on what is really a very common problem in America—our addiction to online porn that is said to be ruining young

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Religion, like partisan politics, often leads to diametrically opposed opinion, vociferous debate, and unfortunately at times, overt violence.

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“It's All Relative uses humor to discuss sex, paternity, hereditary organizations, privacy, twins, black sheep, evolution, and the import

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In a time when substance abuse is killing tens of thousands of Americans each year and quality training for addiction treatment providers can be difficult to find, The Spectrum of Addiction: Ev

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A half century ago, Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart famously declared in Jacobellis v.

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Imagine this. You and your wife have always enjoyed a loving and open relationship with your three daughters.

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“an extremely interesting approach and a much-needed paradigm shift in the treatment of racialized trauma . . .”

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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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