January 2, 2024

Cooperative Co-Parenting for Secure Kids: The Attachment Theory Guide to Raising Kids in Two Homes

Cooperative Co-Parenting for Secure Kids is a guidebook for divorced or separated parents seeking to raise well-adjusted children. Rooting her approach in Attachment Theory, author Aurisha Smolarski uses her 20-plus years of experience in the field of marriage and family therapy to offer this straightforward how-to manual on sharing “responsibility for care taking [sic], decision-making, […]


June 27, 2023

Good News, Bad News, Who Can Tell?

Don Worth, a psychologist, presents a collection of real-life accounts of perseverance through the COVID-19 pandemic, focusing on finding and cultivating inner strength in times of upheaval and worry.

Worth selects the book’s contributors to represent different walks of life and different experiences of the pandemic. In a section titled “Lost Loved Ones,” retiree Jessie […]


May 30, 2023

The Ups and Downs of Growing Older: Beyond Seventy Years of Living

Psychologist Viola B. Mecke’s book, The Ups and Downs of Growing Older, offers her thoughts on living life after 70 and helpful suggestions to combat its challenges.

A psychologist with over 40 year’s experience in academic teaching and clinical practice, Mecke focuses her discussion on the period she terms the “oldest-old” phase of life, the […]


September 12, 2022

Emotional Magnetism: How to Communicate to Ignite Connection in Your Relationships

Communications expert Sandy Gerber takes the frustration and guesswork out of relationship problems in this brilliant self-help guide to connecting with others.

Gerber, an award-winning author and TEDx speaker, spent eight years perfecting this book, and her hard work shows. Clear and concise, intriguing and fun, the author shares an invaluable toolbox of communication cues […]


December 20, 2021

Things I Wanted My Grandsons to Know before I Leave

A life well lived is a blessing that shouldn’t be taken for granted. And if a bit of that grace can be doled out to loved ones before passing on, all the better. This slim volume is a time-capsule of snippets of wisdom curated by author Kenn Stobbe for his daughter’s sons, Grayson and Talon.



January 11, 2021

Rules to love by: Never make LOVE to someone who…

Choosing a life partner is a complex decision, which is why attorney P. Anthony Burnham has written a dating primer for those trying to discern if their current mate is marriage material.

Rules to love by: Never make LOVE to someone who… is filled with straightforward questions Burnham believes individuals should consider when thinking about […]


December 28, 2020

Fathering the Fatherless

Todd Johnson uses his book to encourage fathers to be active, present, godly examples in their children’s lives to combat the epidemic of fatherlessness and its long-lasting damage to society.

Johnson never knew his father. By age 17 he was a pot-smoking high school dropout, abandoning his own child. Johnson attributes many of his failures […]


October 12, 2020

Meet Carey Jones: Healing and Support for Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse and Practical Help for Parents and Educators

In Meet Carey Jones, author Christie Somes draws on her own experience to provide information for survivors, parents and educators about childhood sexual abuse.

While Somes begins with a brief personal account of abuse she suffered and weaves details of her subsequent healing process throughout, this is not a memoir. Designed as a roadmap for […]


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