The Loneliness Cure: Six Strategies for Finding Real Connections in Your Life

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Simon and Schuster, Apr 3, 2015 - Self-Help - 272 pages
Rediscover the benefits of a real-life social network!

Although today's technology allows you to communicate with people all over the globe, it can also leave you feeling disconnected and unhappy in the real world. The Loneliness Cure helps you rediscover the power of socializing in person and finally find the affection you've been longing for. Written by communication expert Kory Floyd, PhD, this valuable guide details the causes of affection hunger, helps you assess your needs, and offers six compelling strategies for attracting more intimacy into your relationships and everyday life. This guidebook details the causes of affection hunger, helps you assess your needs, and shows you how to build genuine connections to those around you.

Whether you're looking to get the undivided attention of a friend, reconnect physically with a romantic partner, or grow closer to your family, this book provides you with the tools you need to lead a healthier, happier, and more affectionate life.
 

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Contents

Acknowledgments
How Affection Hungry Are You?
Living in an Affection Famine
The Misguided Paths We Follow
Six Strategies to Overcome Loneliness
Strategy 3 Recognize Diversity in Affection
Relationships
Strategy 6 Be Optimistic But Realistic
The End of Loneliness
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Kory Floyd, PhD, is a professor of family and interpersonal communication at Arizona State University, where he has studied communications of affection for more than twenty years. He has been featured on "Today," "HuffPo Life," NPR, and BBC radio, and in numerous print sources, including "Glamour," "Women's Health," "Redbook," and "Seattle Times." He speaks at many engagements each year, and has authored several textbooks about communications skills and personal relationships. You can visit his website at www.koryfloyd.com.

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