Do you know how to treat psychological wounds like failure or rejection when you sustain them?

Drawing on the latest scientific research and illustrated by fascinating stories about real patients and amazing psychological experiments, Emotional First Aid is a psychological medicine cabinet for anyone looking to overcome the hurts and hang-ups that hold them back and a tool kit for becoming more successful, productive, and emotionally resilient.

Real heartbreak is unmistakable. We think of nothing else. We feel nothing else. We care about nothing else.

Through compelling research and new scientific studies, How to Fix a Broken Heart focuses on two types of emotional pain that are often marginalized—romantic heartbreak and the heartbreak that results from the loss of a cherished pet—and reveals how these two grief experiences impact our brain and our behavior, how being deprived of recognition, support, and compassion complicates our recoveries, and the steps we can take to take control of our lives, heal and move on.

How is it we voice our complaints to everyone… except the people who can resolve them?

The Squeaky Wheel unpacks our complaining psychology and explains the emotional and real world price we pay for our complaining ineffectiveness. Using hilarious stories from the headlines as well as compelling cases from his private practice, Winch teaches us how to convey complaints effectively to everyone from customer service in ways that will change our lives and relationships for the better.

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