Book Synopsis: In "Why Is It So Hard: Becoming A People Person in the Post COVID-19 Era" the authors utilize their strong skills of literary research and their unique ability to link thought with emotion to craft a compelling analysis of the challenges associated with being a humanitarian in the America during an unprecedented period of political and social strife. The analysis explores nine societal influences that are having the most impact on shaping public thought and fueling historic divisiveness among the populous.
Why Read This Book: To gain a broader understanding of what's driving the levels of political and social strife in America following the onset of COVID-19.A Kinder and More Humane Society Starts With Kinder People.
ABOUT THE BOOK
"In an amazingly concise and powerful book, the Cobbs use an approach, which integrates photographic images and the most relevant literary work of others, to connect 'thought with feelings', while untangling and examining the complexities and interrelatedness of societal unity, humanity, diversity and the invasiveness of societal influences in America today."
In the new book, Earl and Charlotte introduce and cross-examine a set of societal influences or Framing Factors, which have a significant influence in the daily lives of Americans. The anti-humanitarian effects of several of these Framing Factors were amplified during the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and continues to exist at an elevated level today.
The Framing Factors are:
The Cobbs deliver a rich and unbiased analysis of the "impacts" these influences have on humanity and kindness within the United States. Common-sense approaches to countering the impacts are proposed as starting points, for those interested in taking on the challenge of becoming a true, people person.