Secrets From the Sofa

A Psychologist's Guide to Achieving Personal Peace
By Dr. Kenneth Herman and Jeffrey L. Steinhorn

This is an excellent book by a psychologist who writes about psychology in a way that is very easy to understand. I have been enjoying the book so much that I forgot I was supposed to make a review. I find it inspiring, to the...

Participates in Review Exchange Program

Review Exchange

Participates in Book Donation Program

Book Donation

S. M. A. R. T. Steps to a Healthier Life

Five Simple Strategies for Achieving Your Exercise and Nutrition Goals
By Mazen Alghamdi

It seems as if there are so many books out on the market about eating right and losing weight and one can spend (waste!) so much time reading these instead of actually doing something! This is not the case with Mazen Alghamdi's book, "S.M.A.R.T. Steps...

Participates in Review Exchange Program

Review Exchange

Participates in Book Donation Program

Book Donation

Successfully Surviving a Brain Injury

A Family Guidebook
By Garry Prowe

"Only time will tell" can sound comforting and yet frightening. There is relief when you know a loved one will live but there is fear when you know that there is brain damage. Garry Prowe shares his personal experiences with readers. His wife was injured...

Participates in Review Exchange Program

Review Exchange

Participates in Book Donation Program

Book Donation

Smoking: 201 Reasons To Quit

By Muriel L. Crawford

Muriel L. Crawford’s book Smoking: 201 Reasons To Quit should be mandatory reading. She covers the many reasons why people should quit smoking. She discusses illnesses and the hazards to the whole body. When we hear the word smoking we automatically think of lung cancer...

Readers’ Favorite Award Winner

Award Winner

Participates in Review Exchange Program

Review Exchange

Participates in Book Donation Program

Book Donation

Spinal Surgery Myths

A Surgeon's Personal Experience with Back Surgery
By Dr. David Siroospour, MD, FACS

Dr. David Siroospour, MD, FACS shares his experience with chronic back pain and surgery. DR. Siroospour was a dedicated surgeon. In the middle of an operation he began having muscle spasms in his hands. He, like most American surgeons though surgery would fix it. One...

Sanity Secrets for Stressed-Out Women

Energize and Renew Your Life
By Sue Augustine

Life seems to have gotten so hectic for women today that we just don't know when to stop. Stressed-out is the number one description that the majority of us will use to describe ourselves. Motivational speaker and life coach Sue Augustine gives a...

Size 2 For Life

The Rational, Frame-adjusted Approach to Weight Loss for Women
By Ashley Marriott, Marc L. Paulsen, MD

Ashley Marriott and Marc L. Paulsen begin their book by looking at size and diet myths.  The authors do not promise to say what you want to hear.  They are honest with you.  To lose weight you must do two things.  Lower your caloric intake...

Say Goodbye to Your PDI (Personality Disordered Individual)

Recognize People Who Make You Miserable and Eliminate Them from Your Life for Good!
By Stan Kapuchinski, M.D.

My husband has commented more than once that I seem to attract some odd characters. They cling to me. I can think of one particular person that after a few hours in their company I feel smothered. They are “needy” and always wanting attention. I...

S.O.S. for PMS

Practical Help and Relief for Moms
By Mary M. Byers

I remember well those days when I felt irritable, bloated, headachy, and out of sorts. I did not know why I felt that way until I started a journal. That was when I saw the monthly cycle. Author Mary Byers brings knowledge and wisdom to this...