Produced by STEPHENY KEITH
Filmed at SUNSTREET PHOTO
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A culmination of more than two decades' worth of research, The Loneliness Cure focuses on the epidemic of loneliness and the problems people face when they don't have enough affection in their lives. More important, the book offers six compelling strategies for attracting more intimacy and combating affection hunger. It's a valuable guide for anyone who longs for more emotional connection in his or her life.
The Loneliness Cure is published by Adams Media, an imprint of Simon & Schuster. Read more on the Simon & Schuster website!
AWARDS FOR THE LONELINESS CURE
2016 Gold Medalist for Relationships/ Marriage Book of the Year for the 8th Annual Living Now Book Awards
2015 Silver Medalist for Foreword Reviews Psychology Book of the Year
2015 Silver Medalist for Foreword Reviews Family & Relationships Book of the Year
PRAISE FOR THE LONELINESS CURE
"The book clearly conveys the science behind loneliness. It can be a helpful primer for anyone who desires more affection in life or is worried that a friend or family member may be suffering from an affection deficit. Like the best self-help books, The Loneliness Cure convinces readers that 'it pays to reach out for help when you need it' and gives them the confidence and tactics to do so."
"Floyd frequenty encourages us to interact with the book...which makes this a more engaging read...I felt well informed and armed with strategies to make real connections...Floyd leaves readers with reason to feel hopeful about present and future relationships—which, given how bottomless loneliness can feel, is no small task."
"Kory divides the book into three parts that show how and why humans need affection and often lack it, help readers evaluate their level of affection hunger, and give six strategies for satisfying that hunger and banishing loneliness. His colloquial style combines anecdotes, questions for the reader to reflect on, and explanations of the research he conducted...thought-provoking."
"Floyd's eye-opening and realistic approach for connecting with others will find wide appeal."