Publisher: pSpring Branch Farm, LLCBook Description
A practical guide to recognizing, adjusting for, and dealing with difficult people in the workplace.
This book focuses on a subject that many people encounter on a daily basis. In many instances, and especially at work, it’s s ... more
Publisher: pLittle, Brown and CompanyBook Description
An overlong but vigorous gloss on the Dalai Lama’s famous remark, “My religion is kindness.”
Former geneticist and longtime Buddhist monk Ricard (Happiness, 2012, etc.) sets out to prove that true altruism exists, but ... more
by: Peter Schwartz
Publisher: pSt. Martin's PressBook Description
Emphasizing the “I” in Selfishness.
Ayn Rand Institute distinguished fellow Schwartz (The Foreign Policy of Self-Interest: A Moral Ideal for America, 2004, etc.) asserts loudly throughout this incendiary book that altr ... more
Publisher: pPositive Psychology NewsBook Description
Editors Polly and Britton expand upon the work begun by the late University of Michigan psychology professor Christopher Peterson and former American Psychological Association president Marty Seligman in this guide to the 24 character strengths ... more
by: Craig Malkin
Publisher: pHarper WaveBook Description
It’s good to feel good about yourself.
Clinical psychologist Malkin (Psychology/Harvard Medical School), contributor to popular magazines, the Huffington Post, NPR and Fox News, draws on decades of experience in his debu ... more
by: Susan Neiman
Publisher: pFarrar, Straus and GirouxBook Description
Moral philosopher and Einstein Forum director Neiman (Moral Clarity: A Guide for Grown-Up Idealists, 2008) examines the conundrum of juvenescence versus coming of age.
While a select few glide into maturity ... more
by: Robert Garfield
Publisher: pAveryBook Description
Methods for fostering and enhancing relationships between men.
As a psychotherapist with more than 20 years of experience, Garfield (Psychiatry/Univ. of Pennsylvania) has heard countless stories from men about how they wish to nurtu ... more