Psychology

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“insightful and inspiring and will remind you why relationships matter so much in our lives.”

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“a user friendly, practical guide that explains how to attain and maintain resilience by developing a learnable set of life skills that, with practice, become part of who we are and help us

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The author grew up in France near Lyon, the gastronomic capital of the world. Her parents were so focused on food and each other that she—an only child—felt like an outsider.

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“The Self-Talk Workout: Six Science-Backed Strategies to Dissolve Self-Criticism and Transform the Voice in Your Head by Dr.

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In her trenchant and brilliantly written collection of essays in The Right to Sex: Feminism in the Twenty-First Century Amia Srinivasan examines the positions taken by of different strands

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Do you have a friend who without symptom or diagnosis is worried about their health?

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Like a lot of ambitious, young, and talented women, Jessica Grose was worried when she became pregnant with her first child.

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“food for thought as to how much things have changed, and how much they have stayed the same, or in some cases appear to be returning.”

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“This is a book whose purpose is to provoke curiosity and enlighten.”

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Temple Grandin doesn’t write captivating prose. A reader who needs to be entertained may miss out on what Grandin has to offer.

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“Part memoir, part cultural critique, part manifesto, Hysterical is a tour de force, a powerful response and critique of the subjugation of girls and women across all aspects of ou

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Writing a book on neuroscience that is decipherable by the average reader is no easy task.

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Batja Mesquita, PhD is an affective scientist and a social psychologist.

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Why We Fight is a tour de force of superb social science.”

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Daddy Issues: Love and Hate in the Time of Patriarchy is brief and refreshing for what it is NOT, a feminist treatise on paternalism and the female dynamic.

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Wired for Love reminds us that love is as natural as a heartbeat, a breath, a brainwave.”

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“This life-altering book stands head and shoulders above the countless how-to guides aiming to teach couples how to repair broken relationships.”

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Simply Psychology is an utter letdown. There are many introductory books on psychology that are much better written and more accessible to readers. Give this book a hard pass.

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“The people who hold the public purse strings and make decisions about funding mental healthcare and other social services need to read this outstanding book.”

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On the cold night of January 8, 2014, 22-year-old Kait Leddy walked onto the Benjamin Franklin Bridge in Philadelphia.

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“Whether you’re looking to make major or minor changes in your life, this book will help you leave the starting gate with positive expectations of success.”

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Emotional Inheritance explodes the myth that what we don’t know can’t hurt us, at least when it comes to family legacies.”

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“It is not our circumstances that get us worked up, but the judgments we make about them.”

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“This book provides more long-term help than any diet or weight-loss book can because it tackles our problem with food at the macro/micro and conscious/unconscious levels.”

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