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Mentalligence (Paperback)
A New Psychology of Thinking--Learn What It Takes to be More Agile, Mindful, and Connected in Today's World
Mentalligence helps us find the thinking and behavioral agility to work towards better outcomes for all.
Author(s): Kristen Lee
 
 
The Five Gifts (Paperback)
Discovering Hope, Healing and Strength When Disaster Strikes
A field guide for the heart and soul to guide you through to cycles of damage and recovery that can be useful before, during, and after a tragic loss, trauma, or disaster.
Author(s): Laurie Nadel
 
 
Psychic Deborah Graham's Guide to Attracting and Keeping Your True Love (Paperback)
As a gifted psychic, Deborah Graham is able to read people's auras. As such, she doesn't look at you; she looks in you. Graham shares tongue in cheek no-holds-barred advice as well as her tried-and-true relationship rules.
Author(s): Deborah Graham
 
 
Heal and Move On (Paperback)
7 Steps to Recovering from a Breakup

In this compassionate book, marital therapist Andrew G Marshall brings thirty-plus years experience working with couples to explain how to recover from a break-up the healthy way.

 
 
The Kindness Advantage (Paperback)
Cultivating Compassionate and Connected Children
A practical guide for parents and teachers to create a more compassionate, community-minded family culture. Designed to be read with children as young as four, the book presents ten fundamental concepts to weave into your family's daily life.
 
 
Loss Is a Four-Letter Word (Paperback)
A Bereavement Boot Camp for the Widowed--Kick Grief in the Ass and Take Your Life Back
No-nonsense, directed advice with specific, boot camp style "assignments" that are framed with compassion and humor. Appropriate for both the newly bereaved as well as those who may have been grieving for years, also ideal for those who wish to best support the bereaved through a most challenging life-journey.
 
 
Prodependence (Paperback)
Moving Beyond Codependency
"Prodependence," a new psychological term created by the author to describe healthy interdependence in the modern world. Simply stated, prodependence occurs when attachment relationships are mutually beneficial—with one person's strengths filling in the weak points of the other, and vice versa. And this can occur even when an addiction is present.
Author(s): Robert Weiss
 
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