Self-Help

Book reviews on books dealing with self-help.

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    Author Donna Marie Thompson became a Bouncing Back From Loss expert purely by accident. It certainly was not her intent to suffer a massive quadruple loss, all within a matter of months. You see, Donna Marie lost her mother, her man, her money, and her health. In "Bouncing Back From Loss," Donna shares her secrets so that others can bounce back too. The second half of the book outlines the innovative 5Es to Recovery program that Donna Marie created and now freely shares with others.

    Are You Ready to Awaken the Power Within? Be a woman of strength. Know you are an amazing, all creating individual. This guide will strengthen and encourage you to discover your inner core, and create an empowered zest for life. The exercises and crafts in "Awakening Consciousness" by Robin Marvel have been designed to awaken your consciousness on your path of self-awareness. You are on your way to ultimate love, tranquility and strength for your mind, body and soul.

    "It's Your Choice! Decisions That Will Change Your Life" is a work of personal discovery. Marjorie Mckinnon shows you how to create a perfect world through positive growth in what she calls the six dimensions: mental, emotional, physical, spiritual, social, and financial. She illustrates how all six-dimensions work together like an orchestra. Told in simple, practical language. McKinnon encourages the readers to have faith in themselves, the kind of faith needed to make healthy changes.

    We all have had our ups and downs in our lives, some more than others. But, how we end up in the end, determines how we actually see the storms. The storms help us to change to a better and stronger person. Resisting change can make the obstacles, the hindrances and the storms become even more unbearable. However, if we choose to view them in a different light, change can move us into a bigger and better job, or a more rewarding, loving relationship. The affirmations presented in "Transformations: Give Up the Struggle," by author Renee Wiggins, can be a turning point in your life. View hardships as helpers to a stronger you. See obstacles as ripples in a pond as you move closer to your victory. Discover that hindrances are hurdles that make you jump high above the clouds. See that valleys are mere lessons that will release you from your past and help heal the brokenness. Be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind and move forward today.

    In this issue of "Recovering the Self" edited by Ernest Dempsey readers will explore the themes of recovery and healing through poetry, memoir, opinion, essays, fiction, humor, art, media reviews and education. Contributors to RTS Journal come from around the globe to deliver unique perspectives you won’t find anywhere else! The theme of Volume II, Number 3 is Addiction and Recovery. In addition to covering the themes of addiction and recovery, other area of concern will be explored including diet, health, fitness, relationships, grieving, and much more.

    In her most recent book, "Mindfulness and The Art of Choice, 2nd Edition," author Karen H. Sherman, Ph.D. teaches you how to break free from old destructive patterns created by your past that keep you from expressing your true self. Finally, Dr. Sherman lays out a set of time-tested tools designed to help you gain the joyful and satisfying life you deserve. Yes, Dr. Sherman has 25 years of professional expertise, but what makes this book so special and unique is Dr. Sherman shares from her personal journey to freedom from her past. This helps prove to readers that her book is not theory, but instead based on what has worked for her clients and herself.

    "Tales of Addiction and Inspiration for Recovery" by author Barbara Sinor contains true grit bleeding tales told by people you will never meet but whose words will haunt you for months, years maybe. The contributors are not well known, they are not names you will recognize. The stories are written by every day people trying to stay straight and sober, and others written by loved ones searching for clues to the addiction game. The target readership is the general adult population whether clean and straight, addicted, or in recovery. This book is for anyone with an interest in understanding the reality of drug and alcohol addiction; the impact substance abuse has on our nation’s population; the choices individuals have taken on their addiction journey; and, instruction on how to help guide those addicted toward sobriety.

    In this revolutionary book, you will discover which of the six major types of Personas you have unwittingly acquired, and you will learn how to free yourself from the power it has over you. Like a remedy for an illness, "The Evolutionary Glitch" by Dr. Albert Garoli serves as a guide to confronting and rising above the root of your problems. Drawing on ancient wisdom as well as the latest discoveries in neurobiology and quantum physics, "The Evolutionary Glitch" will radically change the way you see yourself and the world around you.

    When an addict enters recovery, family members have their own issues to address so they can return to healthy, non-addictive relationships. A new book, "Rewriting Life Scripts" teaches families exactly how to begin that recovery process for themselves. As the book notes, “Family recovery is not a course of study that one completes and then moves on. It is an ongoing process of ever-deepening one’s capacity to live a happy life, free from attachments to other people’s choices and behavior.” "Rewriting Life Scripts"is filled with information, easily organized to get at the heart of family recovery issues. Questions people most frequently ask about their loved one’s recovery as well as their own are answered. Light is shed upon family dynamics and different roles people play within a dysfunctional family affected by addiction. How to cope, how to understand codependent roles, how to get the most out of recovery programs, and ultimately how the family can come together in love are all explored and defined in this phenomenal and much-needed book. The journey of recovery from addiction can be long—the family’s dysfunctional story is old and must be rewritten. Readers of "Rewriting Life Scripts," despite their initial anxiety, fear, and many questions, will find it a friendly guide, a source to go back to again and again, and filled with inspiring stories that provide hope for the life that awaits them as they embrace recovery.

    Women are now in positions of power in every branch of government, business, and social organization. They are providing a new style of collaborative and visionary leadership, which is changing the way society functions "Goddess Shift" edited by Stephanie Marohn is an anthology that celebrates these values. It includes chapters by women leaders in diverse fields of human endeavor. These range from entertainment (Oprah Winfrey), finance (Suze Orman), government (Angela Merkel), sports (Mia Hamm), social change and philanthropy (Angelina Jolie), and literature (Sue Monk Kidd).

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