When to Call a Therapist

How getting help now can free you from anxiety, depression, and troubled relationships
By Robert C. Ciampi, LCSW

When To Call A Therapist by Robert C. Ciampi gives insights about when to start therapy and getting into therapy to make much-needed adjustments before small issues turn into larger ones and into deep-seated problems. Therapy can come under various names; psychotherapy, counseling, marriage-and-family-therapy, social...

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With Fingers Crossed and Love Unyielding

By Dr. Karen Hutchins Pirnot

With Fingers Crossed and Love Unyielding by Dr. Karen Hutchins Pirnot is a wonderful and simply amazing memoir that had me on the verge of tears. The emotions are so raw, the feelings so deep and the people so real that I had a hard...

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We Are Not The Same

The Melanin Guide For Nutrition, Mental, And Spiritual Well-Being
By Shaneequewa Samuels

We Are Not The Same is a non-fiction guide to good health and personal wellbeing penned by author Shaneequewa Samuels, which is subtitled The Melanin Guide For Nutrition, Mental, And Spiritual Well-Being. Based on the evidence that American medicinal standards have been founded on Caucasian...

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Weight Loss that Works

Secrets to Restoring Confidence and Reclaiming Your Body
By Dr. Linda Hodges

Weight Loss That Works is a multi-targeted approach to weight loss and self help penned by Dr Linda Hodges, one which advocates the ‘Secrets to Restoring Confidence and Reclaiming Your Body’. In a world of generic quick fixes and cure-all hocus pocus, this practical guide...

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Warrior Patient Heartbeats

How to Beat Deadly Diseases with Laughter, Good Doctors, Love, and Guts
By Temple Emmet Williams

Warrior Patient Heartbeats by Temple Emmet Williams is a book that I can’t find enough words to praise. It is so timely and pertinent, packed with wisdom and knowledge while offering entertainment to readers. In this book, the author shares his journey to healing from...

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What Will I Wear to Your Funeral?

By Kellie Curtain

What Will I Wear to Your Funeral? by Kellie Curtain is a beautiful and heart rending memoir that speaks about the author’s most difficult moments in life, her bonding with her mother, and her last journey together. Readers will experience a gamut of emotions, raw...

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Waking Mathilda

A Memoir of Childhood Narcolepsy
By Claire Crisp

Waking Mathilda by Claire Crisp recounts the chain of events from 2009 when she took their youngest two-year-old daughter to the National Health Service in England to be innoculated against swine flu. It was not long after that Mathilda’s whole persona changed from a lively...

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What is Autism?

The Basics
By Ani Right

What is Autism? (The Basics) is a factual medical journal written by Ani Right. Autism is a disability which affects many people worldwide. Indicators of Autism are visible within the first two years of life. As at 2013, at least 21.7 million people had been...

What The Fork?

The Secret Cause of Disease
By Gina Bonanno-Lemos

Gina is from an Italian family and taking a meat sandwich to school for lunch every day was the norm. Her family eating meat at dinner was the pattern that she followed with her own family, so nothing seemed out of the ordinary. What caused...

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Weight Training Without Injury

Over 350 Step-by-Step Pictures Including What Not to Do!
By Fred Stellabotte and Rachel Straub, MS, CSCS

Weight Training Without Injury by Fred Stellabotte and Rachel Straub takes the reader through the fundamental movements of weight training with over 350 step-by-step photographs, which show the correct methods to adopt and the common injury-promoting pitfalls to avoid. The book shows you what works...

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