What Makes Your Brain Happy and Why You Should Do the Opposite

by David DiSalvo –(author)

DiSalvo provides an easy to digest perspective of complicated ways we think and behave due to paradoxical undermine. With all the vast history and progress in human psychology, He writes about complicated matters in a sensible and comprehensive manner why humans think what they think due to developing survival skills over thousands of years. A must read for any psychology student and enthusiast alike.


“Our brains have evolved to do exactly that, and much of the time we can be thankful they did. However, these same protective tendencies (what I am calling the tendencies of a “happy brain”) can go too far…”


Genre: Psychology and Counseling

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