By now most of our readers are well aware that we have read and reviewed many books on psychology. Perhaps one could say we are amateur psychologists.
We were sent an advanced reading copy of Resilience: The Science of Mastering Life's Greatest Challenges 2nd Edition by Steven Southwick and Dennis Charney (Available 3 May 2018) to review and we have to say we found it to be very interesting.
This book is a fairly easy read like many pop psych books, but it is loaded with information like a psychology textbook. It is kind of the best of both worlds.
Resilience is very well-referenced. The book references scores of peer-reviewed articles, as well as books and interviews. We give it all five stars.
If you are interested in why some people break during or after a traumatic event and others don’t, you may find Resilience to be insightful. We think this would make a great resource for psychology classes that deal in PTSD and other conditions.
We were sent a complimentary Advanced Reading Copy of this book. We are under no obligation to write any review, positive or negative.
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