Book Review: The Empathy Effect: 7 NEUROSCIENCE-BASED KEYS for Transforming the Way We Live, Love, Work, and CONNECT Across Differences

We could all have more empathy for one another, especially in the trying times we are living in. The Empathy Book should be required reading for anyone who oversees others, whether it’s the White House, the military, law enforcement, and juvenile facilities, the medical community, both mental and physical, educators, and for parents. I will read this book many times; there is so much life information everyone needs to be aware of in this book. This is a 5 STAR book.

Book Reviews & Musings

Empathy Effect

Authors: Helen Rises, MD and, Liz Neporent

Foreword by Alan Alda

Publisher: Sounds True Publishing

Genres: Self-Help: Emotions & Interpersonal Relations, Mental Health: Emotions

Page Count: 240 pages (Available in Hardback and Kindle)

ISBN-10: 1683640284

ISBN-13: 978-1683640288 

Publication Date: November 27, 2018

Pre-order Now From Amazon, Sounds True, Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Million, IndieBound, or your favorite bookstore.

My Rating: 5 Stars

About the Authors: (From Publishers Page)

HELEN RIESS, MD, is the associate clinical professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. Her work has been featured in the New York Times, HuffPost, JAMA, and more. She lives in Boston, Massachusetts. For more, visit empathetics.com. 

Social Media Sites: Empathetics Website, Helen Riess MD Twitter, Empathetics Facebook, Empathetics YouTubeThe power of empathy: Helen Riess at TEDxMiddlebury

LIZ NEPORENT is an award-winning health and medical journalist and…

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