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The Selfishness of Others

by Kristin Dombek

They're among us, but they are not like us. They manipulate, lie, cheat, and steal. They are irresistibly charming and accomplished, appearing to live in a radiance beyond what we are capable of. But narcissists...


A Book About Love

by Jonah Lehrer

“Jonah Lehrer has a lot to offer the world….The book is interesting on nearly every page….Good writers make writing look easy, but what people like Lehrer do is not easy at all.” —David Brooks, The...


Psychology of Prejudice and Discrimination: 3rd Edition

by Mary E. Kite & Jr., Bernard E. Whitley

The Psychology of Prejudice and Discrimination provides a comprehensive and compelling overview of what psychological theory and research have to say about the nature, causes, and reduction of prejudice and...


UnSelfie: Why Empathetic Kids Succeed in Our All-About-Me World

by Michele Borba

Bestselling author Michele Borba offers a 9-step program to help parents cultivate empathy in children, from birth to young adulthood—and explains why developing a healthy sense of empathy is a key predictor...


Summary of What Every BODY is Saying: by Joe Navarro and Marvin Karlins | Includes Analysis

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What Every BODY is Saying by Joe Navarro and Marvin Karlins | Summary & Analysis

 

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What Every Body Is Saying provides a guide to interpreting body language based on Joe Navarro’s experience as...


Grief Is a Journey: Finding Your Path Through Loss

by Kenneth J. Doka

In this groundbreaking book, Dr. Kenneth Doka explores a new, compassionate way to grieve, explaining that grief is not an illness to get over but an individual and ongoing journey.

There is no “one-size-fits-all”...


The Mind Club: Who Thinks, What Feels, and Why It Matters

by Daniel M. Wegner & Kurt Gray

“Daniel Wegner was one of psychology’s most creative minds, and Kurt Gray was one of his most creative collaborators. The Mind Club describes their biggest idea together using thought-provoking examples,...


How to Rethink Human Behavior: A Practical Guide to Social Contextual Analysis

by Bernard Guerin

Developed from the author's long teaching career, How to Rethink Human Behavior aims to cultivate practical skills in human observation and analysis, rather than offer a catalogue of immutable 'facts'. It synthesizes...


Prodigal Son (TCG Edition)

by John Patrick Shanley

A harrowing new coming-of-age tale from the Pulitzer Prize–winning playwright of Doubt.


Couples Coping with Stress: A Cross-Cultural Perspective

by Mariana K. Falconier, Ashley K. Randall & Guy Bodenmann

This is the first book that reviews both empirical and clinical applications of how couples jointly cope with stress - dyadic coping - around the globe. The Systemic-Transactional Stress Model (STM), developed...


Wired to Connect: The Surprising Link Between Brain Science and Strong, Healthy Relationships

by Leigh Ann Hirschman, Amy Banks & Daniel Siegel

Research shows that people cannot reach their full potential unless they are in healthy connection with others. Dr. Amy Banks teaches us how to rewire our brains for healthier relationships and happier, more...


The Social Skills Guidebook: Manage Shyness, Improve Your Conversations, and Make Friends, Without Giving Up Who You Are

by Chris MacLeod

You think your social life could be better. You’ve felt shy as long as you can remember. Your conversations have more awkward moments than you’d like. Maybe you don’t need a ton of friends, but you’d...


The Confidence Game: Why We Fall for It . . . Every Time

by Maria Konnikova

"It’s a startling and disconcerting read that should make you think twice every time a friend of a friend offers you the opportunity of a lifetime.”

—Erik Larson, #1 New York Times bestselling author of...


The Pact: Goodbye, Past. Hello, Love!

by Charles J Orlando

Relationship expert and author extraordinaire Charles J. Orlando is to relationships what Warren Buffet is to investing! Mr. Orlando’s keen understanding of how men and women think and flow in relationships...


Self and Motivational Systems: Towards A Theory of Psychoanalytic Technique

by Joseph D. Lichtenberg, Frank M. Lachmann & James L. Fosshage

In this sequel to Lichtenberg's Psychoanalysis and Motivation (TAP, 1989), the authors show how their revised theory of motivation provides the foundation for a new approach to psychoanalytic technique.  The...


Feeling Loved: The Science of Nurturing Meaningful Connections and Building Lasting Happiness

by Jeanne Segal

Do your connections with friends, family, or romantic partners leave you feeling empty, dissatisfied, or out of sync? What you may be missing is the close bond that’s only experienced with people who make...


Mindful Tech: How to Bring Balance to Our Digital Lives

by David M. Levy

From email to smart phones, and from social media to Google searches, digital technologies have transformed the way we learn, entertain ourselves, socialize, and work. Despite their usefulness, these technologies...


Silver Linings: Overcoming, with optimism - A Memoir

by Gordon Jackson

The author, Dr. Jackson, invites you to join him on a trip back through time, experience different cultures, and visit different places and countries. This journey may cause laughter, or may trigger an unanticipated...


The Art of Grace: On Moving Well Through Life

by Sarah L. Kaufman

A Pulitzer Prize–winning dance critic teaches us to appreciate—and enact—grace in every dimension, from the physical to the emotional.

Grace has long been taught as essential to civilized living. The Three...


Stop Being Lonely: Three Simple Steps to Developing Close Friendships and Deep Relationships

by Kira Asatryan

Loneliness Has an Antidote: The Feeling of Closeness Loneliness isn't something that happens only when we are physically alone. It can also happen when we are with people. The good news is that, according to...