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Daniel Goleman, 2006, 334 pages

Goleman in his groundbreaking book reveals that neural linkages between humans influence the brain and the body. These invisible bridges give us the ability to change people's moods, emotions, and health - as these people can do to us. Relationships not only shape emotional states and general psychological experience, but also the very physiological matter that makes our body. Our interactions with people influences our immune system, circulation, hormones, and breathing for example.

Social Intelligence expands from the one-person psychology within an individual...
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 The Vampire Game trilogy
The Vampire Game trilogy
I was recently asked sa pamamagitan ng a collegue what my paborito read of the taon was--I review a hell of a lot of new material every year. Matter-of-factly, I blurted out my answer without a segundo thought, "The Vampire Game sa pamamagitan ng Les Bailey," I told him. "In fact, I loved the entire trilogy, It was extremely well written and the Pagsulat pulled me into another world away from my own. And the way I see it, that's exactly what a good novel is supposed to do!" I told him.

When I first came across Bailey's novel, he was a first-time published author. New to the world of publishing, or so I was told sa pamamagitan ng his agent,...
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 The Life and Career of Marie Osmond
The Life and Career of Marie Osmond
When celebrity biographer Randy Jernigan announced that he would be publishing a series of tagahanga books celebrating stars that had positive reputations, he had no inkling of the tidal wave of hateful, mean spirited comments about to come his way.

Shortly after his publishing company's announcement, several online tabloids wrote negative pieces about Randy's book series. Even popular blogger Perez Hilton wrote a story, attributing mga panipi to Randy that proved false and misleading. When these reports began to surface, online trolls began to flock to Randy's social media pages leaving comment after...
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