How Not to Get Eaten by a Cat by Neha Gajwani

Category: Non – Fiction
Rights: All rights available

After years of feeling the steady peck of anxiety every time my friendships didn’t feel like they were at their most exciting, I got bored of semi-satisfying relationships. I wanted to feel enthralled, appreciated, and comfortable. I decided to look into connection: what it actually is, what happens in our bodies when we don’t get it, and how humans actually start to feel closer to each other. With a frantic weave of my story and research, I start to answer the question: how can we feel closer to our friends, partners, and families?

How To Not Get Eaten by a Cat is a thoughtful exploration for anyone searching for answers about the real-life issue of disappointing interactions. From the author’s own first-hand experiences, in-the-field experiments, and experts’ wisdom, you’ll discover:
– Surprising differences between how different genders view relationships
– Why people might cheat and what to do about it
– Thirty illustrations to help ease anxiety
– The causes of heartache and how it affects our bodies
– What it will take to bring you and your loved ones closer together, and much more.

“Thought-provoking, funny, and deeply human–this book highlights surprising reasons we might feel disconnected (hint: it’s not you).” — Dr. Kory Floyd, Communications Expert, author of The Loneliness Cure: Six Strategies for Finding Real Connections in Your Life
“Our ability to create the conditions to connect deeply with one another will transform us and our world. Neha illuminates the path and with it, opens up a world full of possibilities.” –Vicki Saunders, Founder of SheEO
“With a big heart and a curious mind, Gajwani highlights what really defines us as humans–our social connections. How Not to Get Eaten by a Cat is a brilliant and moving journey towards the people we love.” –Dr. Eti Ben-Simon, Neuroscientist, UC Berkeley

The author – Neha Gajwani