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The Gift of Cancer:

Turn Your Tragedy into a Treasure… A Treasure Map to Happiness!

 

”Wendy Treynor had endured a lifetime of rejection. Why were some people so mean? What could be done about it? Going to graduate school to find out, she launched a quest to heal herself and others, but it later fell apart. Soon after earning her Ph.D., Treynor suddenly lost her career, money, health insurance and identity. She was so miserable she dreamed of getting cancer so she could make an easy exit from this world.

But everything changed when her wish for cancer came true. The disease sent Treynor on a journey of self-discovery, providing her with an enlightened understanding of the problem, its solution, and what it means to be happy. Weaving scholarship and story, this powerful book is more than just a compelling read. The Gift of Cancer is a transformational tool for anyone who wants to live a happier and more fulfilling life.”
-Peter Zuckerman, INTERNATIONALLY BESTSELLING AUTHOR of Buried in the Sky

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“Wendy Treynor’s research has revealed powerful insights about human psychology, and now she shares the moving experiences from her personal journey.”

-Adam Grant, NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR of Give and Take

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”Wendy Treynor has written a wise, deep, touching, and funny meditation upon her experience with cancer.This is an honest and uplifting book, one that will empower and enlighten you.”
-Dacher Keltner, Professor of Psychology, UC Berkeley
Author of Born To Be Good:The Science of a Meaningful Life

Recalibrate Your Compass, Connect with Your Heart & Allow Yourself to Follow It!

”This books tells Wendy Treynor’s remarkable story of resilience and courage. May it shine a light on your own stepping stones to greater meaning.”
-Barbara Fredrickson, Ph.D., Author of Positivity and Love 2.0

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“This beautiful book is a gift and therefore no surprise that its genesis is the truth of Wendy Treynor.  I have never before read a book with such raw truth in it.  Wendy is living proof that even cancer can be a gift, when we use it to discover and live once more as our TrueSelf.  In doing so, we heal our lives.”

- Derek Mills (The StandardsGuy®), Author of the BESTSELLING BOOK The 10-Second Philosophy®Creator of the StandardsRevolution(TM)

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“Wendy will touch your heart and inspire you to dig a little deeper and reach for new heights in both your life and career.”

-Mark LeBlanc, President of Small Business Success, Author of Growing Your Business and Never Be the Same

 

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Towards a General Theory of Social Psychology:

Understanding Human Cruelty, Human Misery, and, Perhaps, a Remedy (A Theory of the Socialization Process)

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“… presents many intriguing ideas about the human mind and how most people tend to behave. ‘Towards a General Theory of Social Psychology’ is a highly intriguing and entertaining read, sure to give both psychology students and non-specialist general readers much to think about.”
-James Cox, Editor-in-Chief of Midwest Book Review

Recalibrate Your Compass, Connect with Your Heart & Allow Yourself to Follow It!

“…a strong, insightful offering from an ambitious young academic….an intriguing and thought-provoking read.

Treynor’s theory is fresh, exciting….Highly recommended.”

-Ali Neshati of Reader Views

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“An amazing integration of classic and current social psychological theories.  This book is a tremendous primer for anyone interested in understanding the underlying motives behind human behavior and social interaction.”

-John Tauer, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Psychology, University of St. Thomas

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“… integrates across an amazing spectrum of theory to provide new views about social psychology.”

-Adam B. Cohen, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Psychology, Arizona State University

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“…[offers] an important conclusion about the way in which acceptance and love are basic and fundamental issues in relation to socialization.”

-Journal of Analytical Psychology
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“…very informative…”
-Vianna Renaud of TCM Reviews