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By Joan Frances Casey, Lynn I Wilson. 1991
In 1981, therapist Lynn Wilson diagnosed Joan Casey as having a multiple personality disorder. Joan's story, interspersed with the therapist's… notes, describes the abuse she suffered as a child as well as Lynn Wilson's unorthodox 4-year treatment of the disorder. Violence and explicit descriptions of sex. c1991.
By Georgia Witkin. 2000
Explains how women experience stress differently from men and provides techniques and problem-solving skills to reduce it. Includes examples of… dealing with family life (including teenagers and mates), common work problems, sexual difficulties, and aging - along with other unavoidable everyday tensions. 2000.
By Susan P Halpern. 2004
A cancer survivor and psychotherapist addresses how individuals can best respond with sensitivity and compassion to a sick friend or… relative. Demonstrates making a potentially awkward situation more comfortable through effective speech and behaviour. Includes suggestions for talking to children about illness. 2004.
By Jon Gordon, Kenneth H Blanchard. 2009
Gordon takes listeners on an enlightening journey revealing 10 secrets for approaching life and work with the kind of positive,… forward thinking that leads to true accomplishment. Drawing upon his experience and work with thousands of individuals, Gordon infuses this engaging story with keen insights, actionable strategies and a big dose of positive infectious energy. 2009.
By Michael L Ray. 2008
Through 25 years of teaching Stanford University's famed Personal Creativity in Business course, Michael Ray discovered that people who move… beyond ordinary success and achievement have a secret. They live for a highest goal that drives them to accomplish their dreams, find fulfillment, and become generative leaders. Here, Ray tells you how you, too, can thrive by incorporating this powerful secret into your daily life. 2008.
By Gary Zukav, Linda Francis. 2002
Although developing emotional awareness is challenging and difficult because it requires becoming aware of our buried emotional pain, it is… also enormously rewarding. This text shows us how to free ourselves from our compulsions, fixations, obsessions and addictions - such as anger, workaholism, obsessive eating, alcohol and drug abuse - that prevent us from living a fulfilling and meaningful life. 2002.
By Robin S Sharma. 2006
Each one of us is called to greatness. We can have a significant impact on the world around us -… if we so choose. If you are looking to craft an extraordinary life, The Greatness Guide is the powerful and practical handbook that will inspire you to get to world class in both your personal and professional life. 2006.
By Colette Dowling. 1981
By Harriet Goldhor Lerner. 1985
By Augustine Meier, Peter VanKatwyk. 2001
The editors have assembled 17 leading practitioners and theorists, who discuss forgiveness and pastoral counselling in such areas as youth… suicide, persons with disabilities, abuse, and First Nations people. A sourcebook for those who are interested in or who work with the pastoral dimensions of counselling, as well as for people involved in mediation. 2001.
By James Redfield. 1997
James Redfield writes widely on the topic of spiritual awareness. Here he discusses the background of an awakening which will… shape our world in the new millennium. Using his own experience, he clarifies how mysterious coincidences lead us towards our special destiny. He suggests that the inevitable synthesis of Eastern and Western ideas forms part of an evolution towards a better world. He guides our own vision for our lives, delving into hidden energies and the discovery of our unique missions on this planet. Companion to "The Celestine prophecy" (DC16050). 1997.
By James Redfield, Carol Adrienne. 1995
A companion volume to "The celestine prophecy" (DC16050), which explains in greater detail the 9 insights in the original work.… Exercises are designed to uncover further revelations about family, partners, and your own place in the world. 1995.
By Germaine Greer. 1991
Drawing on anthropological, medical, historical, and literary sources, Germaine Greer passionately argues that "the change" need not be a dreaded… tragedy, but rather, a spiritual liberation of women. Among her arguments, she questions estrogen replacement therapy, and goes on to propose a new "art" of aging through menopause. 1991.
By Judith L Rapoport. 1989
A psychiatrist and her patients tell about their battles with this common condition, which compels patients to repeat actions such… as hand-washing. Often ashamed, the afflicted examine the nature of their disorder and describe their treatment experiences. c1989.
Provides a contemporary take on everyday inspiration, including pushing the button for the elevator and it's already there, peeling that… thin plastic film off new electronics, the other side of the pillow, the last day of school, and the five-second rule. Pasricha's optimism counters life's unending stream of bad news by identifying opportunities to "share a universal high five with humanity." Bestseller. Winner of the 2012 Red Maple Non-Fiction Award. 2010.
By David Bodanis. 1984
Attempts to provide a description of the physiological processes involved in certain emotions and activities. Topics include fear and anger,… sexual desire, conception and pregnancy, pain and illness, stress and worry. 1984.
By Adele Wilcox, Jeanne Maroun-Haddad. 2000
By Neil Boyd. 2000
Boyd examines the biological reasons that cause males to behave in a more violent manner than females. He discusses the… evolutionary process, the environmental factors that contribute to male violence, and the changes that can be made in our society to decrease the incidence of male violence. 2000.
By Robert Harold Schuller. 1985
By Jerome E Groopman. 2004
Can people contribute to recovery by changing physical well-being? To answer this, Groopman embarked on an invesigative journey to study… an authentic biology of hope, where he finds a scientific basis for understanding the role of this vital emotion in the outcome of illness. It is an inspiring and profoundly enlightening exploration. 2004.