- Now, Discover Your Strengths - Buckingham and Clifton have created a revolutionary program to help readers identify their talents, build them into strengths, and enjoy consistent, near-perfect performance. Based upon a long-term study to identify the most prevalent human attributes leading to career success, this book is designed to help individuals identify their own unique talents and succeed at every level.
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A recording of the Pacific surf at night. No wind, no boats, no noise. As the sun set and a crescent moon rose, rhythmic waves began breaking smooth and slow across the sands of Washington’s Olympic Coast. (CD – 60 minutes)
This recording captures the pure and refreshing sounds of rain and thunder. Use it to soothe the soul, refresh the mind and rest the body. (CD – 60 minutes)
This book offers practical skills and techniques based on extensive observation of distressed and non-distressed couples and their differing problem-solving methods. Chapters include: Listening and Validation;Leveling;Editing;Negotiating Agreements;Hidden Agendas;Solving Your Sexual Problems;Getting Through a Crisis;Making a Good Thing Better;and Getting Out of a Bad Marriage. Contains practice exercises, inventories, an assessment self-test, and a troubleshooting guide. […]
Five easy relaxation exercises over a backdrop of soothing music. (CD – 50 minutes)
Author, therapist, and minister Wayne Muller explains how by learning compassion and mercy for ourselves and by recognizing what is most profoundly true about who we are and what we need, we can gain the self-acceptance so that whatever we choose to do, in this moment, it is wholly enough.
A LIGHT BOX STRENGTH DESK LAMP can be borrowed for two week intervals and can help you cope with symptoms of SAD or winter depression.
Cermak describes in depth the disease of alcoholism, the five signs of co-dependence that exist in the family of the alcoholic and the characteristics that occur in the adult children who grow up in the family. He describes the typical recovery process, identifying the stages of development and listing the aids and support groups for […]
This book may save for couples who previously felt destined to live together in misery. This book is unique in several ways: it gives specific healing techniques for overcoming the emotional gap subsequent to ADD;Dr. Amen shares the existence of ADD within his own experience, bringing both a professional and personal knowledge of the disorder;it […]
This book offers an inspiring and hope filled vision for those who desire to explore the mystery of who and what they really are. May examines the “processes of attachment” that lead to addiction and describes the relationship between addiction and spiritual awareness. Drawing on his experiences as a psychiatrist working with the chemically dependent, […]
Woititz, the mother of the ACoA movement, provides wisdom and information for all adult children of dysfunctional families. A Pioneer, Woititz broke new ground in our understanding what it is to be an adult child of an alcoholic. Today she re-examines the movement and its inclusion of adult children from various dysfunctional family backgrounds who […]
Based on in-depth interviews and her workshops for partners across the country, Laura Davis offers practical advice and encouragement to all partners — girlfriends, boyfriends, spouses, and lovers — trying to support the survivors in their lives while tending to their own needs along the way. She shows couples how to deepen compassion, improve communication, […]
The vicious cycle of problem anger is hard to break. Real change, an escape from the damaging patterns of persistent anger, requires good information and sound advice. This book contains both. Angry All the Time is organized to move readers along the shortest path to recovery: In the first section readers explore the causes of their anger. […]
Lee explains why most men today grew up without the benefit of real fathering and shows how to heal the wounded relationships of fathers and sons. The legacy of the missing father is a life of troubled relationships, addictive behaviors, crises, and a deep inner woundedness that leads to emotional numbness, rage, and unhappiness. In […]
The Hendricks distill their essential principles for finding–and keeping–love into one results-oriented program. From them, you will: learn the must-haves and deal-breakers essential for relationship success, remove the #1 obstacle preventing you from having the relationship you wan, and discover the power of fearless honesty, moment-by-moment communication, and the three other “real rules” to create […]
Seligman introduces the revolutionary, scientifically based idea of Positive Psychology, which focuses on strengths rather than weaknesses, asserting that happiness is not the result of good genes or luck. He teaches readers that happiness can be cultivated by identifying and using many of the strengths and traits that they already possess — including kindness, originality, […]
A powerful guide for courageous men who long to connect more deeply and fully with their families and friends. Drawing from his years of counseling, psychologist and family therapist Pasick explores issues of work, anger, grief, women, sexuality, fatherhood, and addiction. He redefines manhood and shows men how to build upon the strengths they already […]
Here is expert advice on how to fight stress and win compiled from more than 15 years of intensive study, formal research, and hundreds of interactive workshops with thousands of participants. Includes a Personal Stress Test that pinpoints sources of stress and its effects, as well as 15 ways to reduce work-related stress. (BOOK)
Most people believe that their thoughts are their private domain and, if left unspoken, remain inside their heads. In a casual, conversational style, Doyle exposes the fallacy of that belief and defines thought as the basic element of all creation. Before You think Another Though t springs to life with many personal examples and insights […]
Ginotts innovative approach to parenting has influenced an entire generation of experts in the field. Ginott offers a straightforward prescription for empathetic yet disciplined child rearing and introduces new communication techniques that have changed the way parents speak with, and listen to, their children. Among other skills, this book teaches parents how to: praise children […]
Marquardt, herself a child of divorce, conducted with Professor Norval Glenn, a pioneering national study of children of divorce, surveying 1,500 young adults from both divorced and intact families between 2001 and 2003. In Between Two Worlds, Marquardt weaves the findings of that study together with powerful, unsentimental stories of the childhoods of young people […]
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