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  • Why It’s So Hard to Get Over Your Ex, According to a Relationship Psychologist | Grace Larson

    Why It’s So Hard to Get Over Your Ex, According to a Relationship Psychologist

    • UNABRIDGED (17 mins)
    • By Grace Larson
    • Narrated By Mia Gaskin
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    Breakups aren’t just unpleasant; for young adults, they are one of the most common risk factors for clinical depression. My understanding of this topic doesn’t come only from my own experience: I’m a relationship psychologist, now in my fifth year of doctoral study at Northwestern University. In addition to investigating how people bounce back from breakups, I study how people begin and maintain high-quality relationships.

  • The Making of a Con | Grace Larson

    The Making of a Con

    • UNABRIDGED (5 hrs and 33 mins)
    • By Grace Larson
    • Narrated By James Babson
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    This is not the story of an ordinary criminal but rather the story of a man caught up in a world within which he could not function; boyhood naïveté did not prepare him for a society that inflicted stark reality. This true-to-life story is told in his own words, with minor editorial adjustments. The first 20 chapters are told before he found out the facts surrounding his father's death.

  • Grace | Grace Larson

    Grace

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    • By Grace Larson
    • Narrated By Nancy Isaacs
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    A ranch girl married an alcoholic at 16. She was thrust into big city life, a life filled with depression and courage. What she wanted most was to be someone's beloved wife and a stay-at-home mom. Women worked in men's trades during WWII, then returned to raising families and what was accepted as women's work. Grace began crossing over as a girl; ranch work was gender neutral. In the late 1960s, trying to support five children, she learned how to paint houses inside and out.

    jo jean DeHony says: "Outstanding life history"
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