New Book Examines the Core of Human Behavior

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Duane Shoebridge explores the soul’s desires and provides an in-depth look into personalities

Society is comprised of various individuals with a unique set of hopes, dreams and emotions. Attempting to understand each person’s motives is a complexing feat to say the least. Author Duane Shoebridge tackles the challenge head-on and helps readers decipher why we do the things we do in his new book, “Getting Around the Humans: Figuring Out Why People Do What They Do.”

“Getting Around the Humans” educates readers on how to discern the root of human behavior. Shoebridge identifies three primary desires – wealth, riches and honor – and shares how these wants are translated into action and help shape personality. He shows how to identity these concepts and how to interact with others who prioritize such desires differently. Featuring a Biblical perspective, “Getting Around the Humans” sheds light on why we do what we do.

“Each human being has a distinctive combination of aspirations, wants and hopes that they can only fully comprehend,” Shoebridge said. “Getting Around the Human teaches readers to recognize these desires – both in ourselves and others – and work with their strengths and weaknesses.”

“Getting Around the Humans: Figuring Out Why People Do What They Do”
By Duane Shoebridge
ISBN: 9781512779493 (hardcover), 9781512779486 (softcover), 9781512779479 (e-book)
Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Westbow Press

About the author
Duane Shoebridge is a husband and a homeschool father of three. He has his bachelor’s in psychology and Bible from Northwestern College. His passion has been in youth ministry since 1990. He has been working as a business information consultant and programmer for a business he started since 2010.

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