Ronald Dudick’s New Book “Human Limits and Common Bonds” is an Insightful, Informative, Often Provocative and Humorous Analysis of People

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Recently released and published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Ronald Dudick’s “Human Limits And Common Bonds ” is a sweeping analysis of those human blessings and banes that have existed and persisted throughout the ages and why it has been and is still so.

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An insightful, informative, often provocative and humorous analysis of you, me, us, and often ominous “them!”

Ronald Dudick, PhD is a licensed clinical and nationally and internationally board certified psychologist, and teacher and lecturer. “Human Limits and Common Bonds” span a broad spectrum of human social and psychological realities, illusions, and myths.

The first part of the work is an analysis. It cuts across and goes beneath those vast surface differences that create many illusions and myths about people and underlie the often heard criticism that all the social sciences too often do is merely “rediscover the wheel.” Its spans everything from an individual’s undeniable and unavoidable individuality and uniqueness, personal versus interpersonal deeds and the importance of the distinction, words and how people use them to inform and enlighten and misuse them to mislead and deceive, unobservable like emotions and motives and how we know them in others, external and internal situations and circumstance, the facts and fictions of diversity and complexity, and how and why we are all far more predictable than most of us are willing to acknowledge and admit.

The second part of the work is a synthesis. In the chapters are discussed the many individual and collective surface faces and forms of things defined and discussed in part one. It includes chapters about societies, law and order, chaos and tyranny, corruption and collapse, technology, the social sciences, normalcy and deviance, beliefs and theories, the what’s and whys of their similarities, identities, limits, nobilities, ignobility’s, and why history, indeed, repeats itself. The final two chapters, therapies I and II, provides further insights into personal and interpersonal actions, reactions and many practical and common sense suggestions for improving them.

Many that have read the book have told the author that they wished they had followed his recommendation in the introduction that those chapters be read first. That had they done so it would have helped them better grasp the full scope and importance of the things written in the preceding chapters—as it did in their second readings.

“Human Limits and Common Bonds” is currently available at bookstores everywhere, or online at Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquires, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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