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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You Got This

How to Wean off Opioids, Street Drugs and Prescription Medication with Little to No Withdrawal Symptom
By Dan Knudsen

You Got This: How To Wean Off Opioids, Street Drugs and Prescription Medication with Little to No Withdrawal Symptoms by Dan Knudsen is a highly informative self-help book that is easy to read and inspiring. With the help of the natural herbal remedy Kratom, he discusses...

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The End of Chronic Fatigue

How to Have Endless Energy & Feel Fantastic
By Zana Carver and Gina Heath

The End of Chronic Fatigue: How to Have Endless Energy & Feel Fantastic by Zana Carver and Gina Heath is a non-fiction self-help book written by two authors who connected over a mutual understanding of a problem that seems to be universally misunderstood. Carver and...

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My Shrinking Fat Belly

A Surrogate’s Story
By Jana Jarrett

In My Shrinking Fat Belly: A Surrogate’s Story, author Jana Jarrett demonstrates how what seemed to be a dream come true for her -- to bring a baby to life for another couple -- turned out to be a disaster. The author asked for no...

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Lunacy Sneezed on my Family

Everything in this book is unbelievably true
By Cortney Edwards

Lunacy Sneezed on my Family by Cortney Edwards is the life story of the author's mother and it is also a good tool for readers to understand the painful and unpredictable behaviors of mental illness. The diagnosis of Cortney's mother's mental illness was wrong from...

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Living at the end of an Oxygen Tube

Facts and Feelings
By Susan MB Preston

Living at the end of an Oxygen Tube: Facts and Feelings by Susan MB Preston is a courageous tale in which the author explores her experience of living on oxygen. While most of us receive oxygen naturally, the author of this book does so through...

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My Every Breath

A Memoir of love, loss and hope
By Anna Maynard with Karen Emilson

My Every Breath by Anna Maynard with Karen Emilson is an autobiography detailing her experiences growing up living with Cystic Fibrosis during the late 60 and early 70s. Using photos from that time, Maynard shares a more personalized look at the disease and what life...

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Freedom From Addiction

A Hypnotherapist's Guide To Overcoming Addictions and Compulsions
By Jeremy Walker

Why do you have an addiction? Would you like to be free from it? Freedom From Addiction: A Hypnotherapist's Guide to Overcoming Addictions and Compulsions by Jeremy Walker looks at compulsions and addictions in detail from the author's personal experiences and conducting thousands of sessions,...

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Breast Cancer Meets Mindfulness

Surrendering to Life
By Cheryl Wilfong

Breast Cancer Meets Mindfulness: Surrendering to Life by Cheryl Wilfong demonstrates the author's approach when being diagnosed with breast cancer in her mid-sixties, showing how she applied her Buddhist studies and Buddhist meditation practice to get through that difficult phase of her life with calmness....

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Your Precious Sight

An Optometrist's Most Memorable Cases
By Eichin Chang-Lim

When we’re young and feeling invincible, unless we have cause, we don’t give a lot of thought to our health, let alone our eyes. That all changes as we age and begin to notice we aren’t seeing as clearly as we once did, or we...

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