Supernormal: Childhood Adversity and the Untold Story of Resilience

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This extraordinary book taught me more about resilience than anything else I’ve read. With the ear of a therapist and the voice of a novelist, Meg Jay delves deep into the human condition to illuminate how we find strength after suffering. It’s impossible to read Supernormal without seeing yourself in it – and without seeing yourself more clearly too — ADAM GRANT, New York Times bestselling author of ORIGINALS, and OPTION B with Sheryl Sandberg

Adversity is much more common than we think. But so is resilience, as Meg Jay reveals in this remarkable book. With a storyteller’s grace and a clinician’s insight, Jay explains how everyday superheroes triumph over traumas of every kind – and how you can use their inspiration and lessons to transform your own life — DANIEL PINK, author of Drive

Bracing ― Elle on The Defining Decade

Required reading ― Slate on The Defining Decade

Will inspire, motivate, and educate — RACHEL SIMMONS, author of The Good Girl on The Defining Decade

Eye-opening, important, and a pleasure to read — WENDY MOGEL, author of The Blessing of a Skinned Knee and The Blessing of a B Minus on The Defining Decade

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A groundbreaking study of trauma and survival from the internationally bestselling psychology phenomenon Meg Jay

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