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 […]


October 17, 2022

Taming Fear in the Age of Covid

In his newest book, Dr. Winfried Sedhoff focuses on teaching readers how to tame fears, including those posed by the COVID epidemic

Trained as a general practitioner in Australia, Sedhoff specializes in mental health care, a personal mission for him. Years ago, as a recent medical school graduate, he suffered severe depression that left him […]


May 30, 2022

Feel Better, Live Better

Brad Lucas’s book, Feel Better, Live Better: Short Topics to Change Your Lifestyle, offers a smorgasbord of tips for healthy living.

Lucas decided to change his life and become vegan after his parents’ deaths: his father from colon cancer at the age of 64, and his mother from heart disease (although she lived to be […]


May 23, 2022

Women Wise: The Essential Guide to Financial and Lifestyle Decisions as We Age

“Getting old is not for sissies and certainly not for those who have lost their sense of humor,” warn Certified Financial Planner (CFP) professionals Eleanor Blayney and Marjorie L. Fox in this upbeat, reassuring guide to women’s golden-year financial planning.

The two met while working across the street from each other at competing Virginia firms […]


April 18, 2022

Holy Cow: The Miracle of Life’s First Food

In light of COVID-19, immune resiliency has become more important than ever, writes Douglas A. Wyatt, research director of the Vibrant Life Institute and founder of Sovereign Laboratories natural products. His answer to immune health challenges is bovine (cow) colostrum.

Colostrum is what mammals secrete before breast milk production commences. Wyatt discovered that bovine colostrum […]


February 28, 2022

A Spoonful of Gratitude: Tips to Reduce Stress and Enjoy Life to the Fullest

While her title might suggest otherwise, author Najma Khorrami exhorts that gratitude is not a commodity. You can’t hold it, taste it, smell it or even sell it. It’s an acquired skill that offers many rewards, should the believer be willing to practice it often.

A Spoonful of Gratitude begins by helping readers understand the […]


January 17, 2022

My Story: Taking Control of Schizophrenia

Author Stewart Lightstone discusses his challenges coping with schizophrenia in this volume, which also offers suggestions on managing the thought-process disorder.

Frustratingly, the author provides few details about his treatment or the course of his disease. He notes that he was approximately age 16 when a counselor first recommended he enter a psychiatric hospital, where […]


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