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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January 10, 2023

Your Way There (To Being Fully Alive): Concepts and Tools for Mindful Transformation

From her clinical practice and personal life as a daughter, wife, and mother, psychotherapist Gretta Keene provides valuable tools and an instruction manual to construct an authentic, fulfilling life.

Keene uses several profound questions to help the reader, as she’s helped herself and her patients, find reasons for and ways out of devastating circumstances: “How […]

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January 3, 2023

Think Like A Molecule: Seeking Inspiration in the Structures of Thought

For as long as humans have formulated questions such as “what is reality?” and “what is my purpose?” there have been myriad variations on the answer. Author Chuck Champlin offers his own in Think Like a Molecule.

Champlin’s proposal is grounded in his thesis that everything in the universe is driven by a single force […]

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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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November 8, 2022

New You! Who Knew?

Life-changing events — such as divorce or a loved one’s death — provide opportunities for self-growth. To use these events as such, self-motivation is key, writes author David Edwards. This requires developing two skills: self-efficacy and self-esteem, he believes.

Most of Edwards’ book describes how to hone these skills. Starting with exercises focused on identifying […]

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November 1, 2022

She Is Uncompromising: A Christian Woman’s Guide to Mastering Motherhood, Business, and Everything in Between

Award-winning podcast speaker Tatum Temia Ayomike challenges Christian women to make God the CEO of their lives in this faith-based guide to mastering life and achieving success.

As a wife, mother and successful entrepreneur, Ayomike understands the many hats women wear daily. She states that “the superwoman complex has left many women unfulfilled and exhausted […]

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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 […]

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October 17, 2022

Discovering The Great I AM: One Woman’s Journey to Find God

Part memoir, part spiritual and philosophical exploration, and part self-help manual, Sherry Griffith’s Discovering the Great I AM is aimed at those hoping to wake up from unconscious patterns and conditioning and make more informed, conscious, and joyful choices.

Griffith is a social worker and therapist trained in cognitive behavioral therapy. She is deeply immersed […]

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