November 7, 2023

The Way of Vegetarianism, Selfhood, and Beyond

In this zealous manifesto, Steven Arthur Collier, a clinical psychologist, argues against “animal ingestion, traumatizing production, and painful animal exploitation.”

Adopting the tone of a hellbent preacher, the author attests that meat consumption is the cause of many personal woes and world problems – from depression to climate change. “How can our individual lives and […]


October 24, 2023

The Doctor’s Voice: Empowering Solutions to Physicians’ Frustrations, Burnout, and Healthcare Inefficiencies

Writing for physicians and others in the healthcare field in The Doctor’s Voice, acute care specialist, clinical director and consultant Pietro Emanuele Garbelli describes his lifetime of work in the UK, unveiling common sources of frustration and burnout that affect physicians worldwide. Yet Garbelli believes that these frustrations can be catalysts for improvement, empowering physicians […]


July 4, 2023

Turning Daily Struggle into Opportunities

When author Martin Van Helden was 18 years old, he was faced with the diagnosis of SLE/Sjogren, an auto-immune illness. Turning Daily Struggle into Opportunities is the result of his search to explore all options that could help him emotionally cope with its debilitating effects.

During the early chapters, the author exhorts his readers to […]


May 30, 2023

The Blossoming of Women: A Workbook on Growing from Older to Elder

How can a woman thrive in the latter part of her life? In interviews with women who chose growth and engagement over withdrawal and defeat, the author offers “three approaches that can guide us through the process of discovery and transformation.”

Karen Roberts refuses to accept the relegation of older women to the background, railing […]


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 […]


February 7, 2023

Aging Wisely: Life from Fifty to Seventy-five Years

In Aging Wisely, Viola B. Mecke creates a two-part look at the aging process using her firsthand experiences and those of patients from her former psychology practice, among others.

In Part I, Mecke divides aging into four age categories, describing challenges faced and adjustments that need to be made, as well as benefits:

50-65: People […]


February 7, 2023

Morbid Thoughts and The Domino Effect: Passing Thoughts During Cancer

Perry Muse’s memoir Morbid Thoughts and the Domino Effect shares the details of his challenging battle with cancer.

Veteran and executive Muse was enjoying his empty-nest life with his current wife Nila when he received a devastating diagnosis of prostate cancer. His memoir follows his ups and downs while seeking a nearly unending battery of […]


December 13, 2022

A Healing Guide to Having a Baby: Infertility, Emotional Wounds and Taking Back Your Power

In this self-help book, an inspirational coach proposes a course of breathwork, visualization, affirmations, gratitude practice, journaling, and yoga to overcome physical and emotional blockages to a healthy pregnancy and successful birth.

Even if IVF has failed, a pregnancy has ended in miscarriage, or you’ve been diagnosed with endometriosis or blocked fallopian tubes, Jennifer Coady […]


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