"Drs. Olds and Schwartz have written a book that is scientifically rigorous and socially acute...Hooray for Olds and Schwartz's sagacity, lucidity, humanity, and practicality. Read their book and take their advice for you own sake and for the rest of us as well!"Dr. William Pollack author of Real Boys: Rescuing Our Sons from the Myth of Masculinity "Our contemporary situation is one of material affluence and social isolation. Olds and Schwartz provide a thoughtful and important analysis of how we came to cut ourselves off from one another, and what the consequences are."Daniel Nettle, Ph.D. author of Happiness: The Science Behind Your Smile Jacqueline Olds and Richard Schwartz are both Associate Clinical Professors of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Olds teaches child psychiatry and Dr. Schwartz teaches adult psychiatry at the McLean and Massachusetts General hospitals. They are both psychoanalysts and have written two other books,Overcoming Loneliness in Everyday Life and Marriage in Motion. Married to each other and with two grown children, they each maintain a private practice in Cambridge, MA. (booksense)
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