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?
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
“this book should become a fixture in the library of any baseball player or coach.”
“Swiping our smartphones reorganizes the brain’s sensory-motor maps for the hand.
There are few people who could competently write The Biological Mind, but Alan Jasanoff is one of those individuals.
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
The incarceration of a loved one is a traumatic event. For many families, it is also life-altering.
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
“It's All Relative uses humor to discuss sex, paternity, hereditary organizations, privacy, twins, black sheep, evolution, and the import
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
Religion, like partisan politics, often leads to diametrically opposed opinion, vociferous debate, and unfortunately at times, overt violence.
A half century ago, Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart famously declared in Jacobellis v.
Imagine this. You and your wife have always enjoyed a loving and open relationship with your three daughters.
“an extremely interesting approach and a much-needed paradigm shift in the treatment of racialized trauma . . .”
“Tighten your belt, gird your loins, read this book, and have the guts to see beyond our own delusions.
“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.”
Breathing regulates our everyday experience. What if we could change our lives by changing our breathing?
Everyone loves a good murder mystery.
Rediscover the joy of daydreaming and awaken your creative self through Manoush Zomorodi’s guide to unleash from digital demons.
" . . . provides tips and cues readers may use to increase their own level of curiosity."
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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.
Depression and anxiety affect more than 50 million Americans in any given year, according to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America.
“What might this be?” Such an innocuous question—such profound results. No psychological concept has penetrated culture as much as “the Inkblot test” has.
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.