Book Title: Reflections on the Nature of Friendship
Author: Daniel Cantor Yalowitz, Ed.D.
Category: Adult Non-Fiction (18+), 336 pages
Genre: Psychology, Self-Help
Release date: Feb 2021
Formats Available for review: print-softback (USA), ebook (mobi (for Kindle), Gifted Kindle)
Tour dates: May 4 to May 24, 2021
Content Rating: G. No bad language, sex scenes, or anything objectionable
Reflections on the Nature of Friendship is a rich, nuanced journey that delves deeply into the fascinating and complex world of friendship. Psychologist and world-traveler Dr. Daniel Cantor Yalowitz takes readers on a carefully narrated tour into the heart of what human beings need and bring to their chosen relationships. Reflections examines what makes friendships work, thrive, and connect people with one another. Using quotes across place, time, and culture, this book includes salient and seminal chapters on Identity, Longing and Belonging, Boundaries, and more, including three case studies that explore primary friendships within the author’s life. Using examples from literature, poetry, film, and music, Dr. Yalowitz brings deeper understanding about building stronger, healthier, and sustainable friendships.
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Meet the Author:
Daniel Cantor Yalowitz, Ed.D., is a developmental and intercultural psychologist and an international consultant/trainer focusing on team-building, human intelligences, conflict transformation, and intercultural communication and competence. He focuses his work on building greater awareness and deeper awareness of the importance of creating sustainable relationships, especially meaningful friendships. He brings all these emphases into focus in his most recent book, Reflections on the Nature of Friendship.