April 2, 2024

Brilliant Emotions: Great Agony, Great Promise – True Stories from a Buddhist Psychotherapist

In Brilliant Emotions, therapist Paul Cashman shares how he treats his patients’ emotional suffering with a combination of Western psychotherapy and ancient Buddhist wisdom.

Over Cashman’s years as a psychotherapist, addiction counselor, and lecturer, he translated a Tibetan Buddhist practice called the Four Karmas into a Four-Step Practice to help others learn how to find […]

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October 18, 2023

Why We Make Bad Choices: The God’s Labyrinth of Good and Evil Encountering the Self

Author Maria Liviero explores the idea that the evil side of God has influenced the collective conscience and affected our psyches in this book aimed at helping readers uncover their true selves, break free from addiction, and conquer problematic behaviors.

Through the story of two “Eves”—a modern-day character and the biblical Eve— transpersonal psychotherapist Liviero […]

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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 […]

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January 10, 2023

Swipe: The Science Behind Why We Don’t Finish What We Start

In Swipe, psychologist and management consultant Tracy Maylett, and writer Tim Vandehey discuss what happens when we instinctively, unthinkingly divert our attention from something meaningful to us and refocus it on something low-risk and low-effort. Borrowing a term from the world of dating apps, they call this “Swiping,” as in swiping away from whatever is […]

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August 1, 2022

The Ruby Rule: How More Listening and Less Labeling Brings More Healing and Less Hating

In The Ruby Rule, Arthur F. Coombs III deftly tackles how to interact with people who have opposing points of view about controversial subjects, including race, cancel culture, politics and religion, by employing “The Ruby Rule.”

Coombs’ Introduction acknowledges our current polarized society and explains that his book is “about the incivility, anger, and unwillingness […]

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April 5, 2021

Thinking Tools: Navigating a 3-Year PhD Journey

Rahinah Ibrahim, a professor of architecture at Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM), shares a unique blueprint to help students obtain a Ph.D. in three years by using this clear, rigorous guide to hone their critical thinking skills.

Her innovation is the EAGLE table, a research design framework that requires students to think through key research decisions […]

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March 15, 2021

The Great Little Book of Stress Release

While working in his psychiatric practice, Dr. R. Duncan Wallace saw how prevalent stress is in our lives and how it can negatively impact physical health and quality of life. In response, he developed a method to help people release 95% of stress. He, himself, has been stress-free through this technique, he writes, since 1981.

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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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September 28, 2020

Adversity to Adaptability: Turn Life’s Greatest Challenges into Your Greatest Opportunities

Adversity to Adaptability: Turn Life’s Greatest Challenges into Your Greatest Opportunities offers 15 chapters by life and business coaches from the Certified Coaches Federation about overcoming adversity, with a goal of inspiring others to overcome their own life challenges.

Editor Rod Macdonald wisely starts the book with an essay by Jennifer Albrecht. One of the […]

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