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    Born for Love: Why Empathy Is Essential--and Endangered by Bruce D. Perry, Maia Szalavitz

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      Born For Love: Why Empathy Is Essential--and Endangered by Bruce Perry ... Renowned child psychiatrist Bruce D. Perry and award-winning science journalist Maia Szalavitz interweave research and stories from Perry's practice with cutting-edge scientific studies and historical examples to explain how empathy develops, why it is essential for our development into healthy adults, and how it is threatened in the modern world. Recent changes in technology, child-rearing practices, education, and lifestyles are starting to rob children of necessary human contact and deep relationships - the essential foundation for empathy and a caring, healthy society. Sounding an important warning bell, Born for Love offers practical ideas for combating the negative influences of modern life and fostering positive social change to benefit us all.

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