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Languishing: How To Feel Alive Again in a World That Wears Us Down

Supported by research, this book is a valuable resource for those who may be languishing or who want to find more meaning in their life. Action plans are included.
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101 Things I Learned® in Psychology School

This book would make a fun graduation gift for students interested in psychology, as long as more substantial guidance for investigating that discipline comes with it.
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Supercommunicators: How To Unlock the Secret Language of Connection

A how-to-guide and useful overview for readers wanting to communicate more effectively. Along with David Brooks’s recent How To Know a Person, a timely primer for creating deeper connections with others.
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How To Find a Four-Leaf Clover: What Autism Can Teach Us About Difference, Connection, and Belonging

Memorable, poignant, and heartwarming, Rodgers’s stories provide welcome insight into the lives of autistic people.

The Burden of Sports: How and Why Athletes Struggle with Mental Health

It would be hard to find a current work in this area more thorough and complete than Parry’s. Timely and important, this title has the potential to change the sports industry worldwide. Highly recommended for libraries that have a sports emphasis.
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If Love Could Kill: The Myths and Truths of Women Who Commit Violence

A much-needed corrective to stereotypes about the reasons behind some women’s acts of violence. This title spotlights highly personal stories of trauma, while signaling the need for systemic change.
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Generation Dread: Finding Purpose in an Age of Climate Anxiety

Exemplary, essential reading for every level of planetary activist.
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Diagnosis Human: How Unlocking Hidden Relationship Patterns Can Transform and Heal Our Children, Our Partners, Ourselves

Begel and Keith give insight into their own thoughts as therapists, but this book should not be used as an authoritative guide to handling complex psychological issues and is likely to be of limited interest for most readers.
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Chasing the Intact Mind: How the Severely Autistic and Intellectually Disabled Were Excluded from the Debates That Affect Them Most

A valuable and insightful book for readers who want to trace the origins of the intact mind concept and its influence on practices and policies that discriminate against intellectually and developmentally disabled people.
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