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Replacement Children

by Kristen Rabe

Poignant stories and psychological insights illuminate the family challenges of losing a child, in this thoughtful psychological work. Replacement Children: The Unconscious Script deals thoughtfully with a family dynamic that is all too... Read More

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Paranoid

by Barry Silverstein

This fascinating and groundbreaking study of the causes and consequences of paranoia isn’t about you—we promise. Psychology professor David LaPorte acknowledges that everyone experiences some paranoia, but his focus in this engaging... Read More

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Heal Your PTSD

by Claire Foster

With empowering suggestions and her own wealth of expertise, Rosenthal provides the resources that can help with PTSD recovery. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) affects millions of people. Thankfully, it is a condition that can be... Read More

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Why Are You?

by Billie Rae Bates

Fascinating reading for anyone interested in psychology, Barquet presents a case for how and why identity forms. Antonio Barquet does not title his study of identity Who Are You? but rather "Why Are You?" because to this author, it’s... Read More

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The Loneliness Cure

by Rebecca Foster

A professor of communication tackles the loneliness epidemic with stories and science. “As a group, we Americans are starved for affection,” Kory Floyd, professor at Arizona State University’s Communication Sciences Lab, reveals in... Read More

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