By Judith E. Glaser
Wisdom for the new year, to be published by BiblioMotion in 2013.
An excerpt from the book:
Human beings have a need to belong that is considered by neuroscientists and psychologists to be more powerful than the need for physical safety and security. As we learn more about the neuroscience behind social interactions, we are learning that interactions cause us to either move towards others or move away from others, and each interaction has the power to trigger protection or growth.
Interactions trigger states of mind, which are driven by our millions of minute-by-minute neurochemical reactions, translating into how we build trusting relationships with others, how we communicate, and how we shape our environments for mutual success.