Conformity is both necessary for a society and one of its grave dangers. Cass Sunstein has been interested in this tension for a significant part of his career.
“Darwin worked only ‘a couple of hours a day and spent a lot of time taking long walks.’ Just imagine yourself doing the same. ‘How fun would that be?’”
“Emotions are not positive or negative but must be used appropriately in situations—through neither under- nor overuse—to be effective.”
“Harrington has written a challenging book. The shortcomings of current ideas in the causes and treatments of mental disease are clearly documented.
“Lori Gottlieb takes you not only inside the head of a therapist but welcomes you into her heart as well.”
“Headcase is important reading for any LGBTQ persons with mental health and wellness concerns, and is equally important for the therapists who treat such populatio
“Marijuana dependency is a real thing, and this book uses big data to highlight the shocking fact that ‘every day in 2014 almost 250 people showed up at emergency rooms all over the United
“If you’re looking for a read that spotlights exactly how to take control of your life, this book provides a tidy amalgamation of theory and practice that’ll get you up and running with the
“O’Connor and Weatherall’s work will help us face the ‘alternative facts’ that Trump relies upon.”
“a profoundly intelligent book. Wang addresses complex issues with scientific literacy and personal openness. Her book is valuable . . .”
“Saving Talk Therapy is an outstanding look at psychotherapeutic practice in America . . .”
“Resolve displays hard work and creativity.
“Hurry Down Sunshine . . . stands the test of time. Michael Greenberg’s intense and probing mind offers a singular perspective on a universal experience.
Is Gender Fluid?
“Hello World looks under the hood of computers and is a good read for everyone about our ‘now’ and our near future.”
In the third picture book by this talented team, I Am Human teaches both compassion and mindfulness, popular trends in children's books these days.
“Sobering and frightening as his analysis of the president is, it is also a call to arms.”
“There will be people who reject Chemaly’s book as being the rantings of another angry woman. By doing so, they will prove her point.”
“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 . . .”
“An overblown title signals a kitchen-sink approach—too much, too repetitive, too speculative. The molecule of more has taken over judgement and discernment.”
“Funny, romantic, utterly charming, Okay Fine Whatever will particularly appeal to people who suffer from anxiety. In other words, everyone.”
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.
“Sexual fantasies are highly self–absorbing. . . .
“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.