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Breathing as a Tool for Self-Regulation and Self-Reflection

by Paivi Lehtinen, Minna Martin & Maila Seppa

The book describes how to use breathing as a medium for self-regulation and self-reflection and how balanced breathing thus helps to promote mental and physical health and alleviate symptoms resulting from imbalanced...


Good Trouble: Building a Successful Life and Business with Asperger's

by Joe Biel, Joyce Brabner & Sander Hicks

In 1996, everything about Joe Biel’s life seemed like a mistake. He was 18, he lived in Cleveland, he got drunk every day, and he had mystery health problems and weird social tics. All his friends’ lives...


The 5 Human Types: How to read people using the science of Human Analysis (Complete Volumes 1-7)

by Elsie Benedict

Human Analysis differs from every other system of character analysis in that it classifies man into five types according to his biological evolution. No person achieves success or happiness when compelled to...


Life Reimagined: The Science, Art, and Opportunity of Midlife

by Barbara Bradley Hagerty

A dynamic and inspiring exploration of the new science that is redrawing the future for people in their forties, fifties, and sixties for the better—and for good.

There’s no such thing as an inevitable midlife...


Fighting Melancholia: Don Quixote's Teaching

by Francoise Davoine

Francoise Davoine has been investigating psychotic phenomena and trauma for over thirty years, in collaboration with Jean-Max Gaudilliere. In this book, she draws on her literary background to take the reader...


The Hands of Gravity and Chance: A Novel

by Thomas Ogden

The Hands of Gravity and Chance is a spell-binding story in which parents find themselves promising and then rescinding what they do not have to give. The story opens with the fall of a thirteen-year-old girl...


A Study in Consciousness - A Contribution to the Science of Psychology (1904)

by Annie Wood Besant

This text contains Annie Besant's seminal treatise on consciousness. Chosen for its significant historical and education value, this fascinating exposition on consciousness will appeal to collectors of Besant's...


On Being Human: Why Mind Matters

by Jerome Kagan

In this thought-provoking book, psychologist Jerome Kagan urges readers to sally forth from their usual comfort zones. He ponders a series of important nodes of debate while challenging us to examine what we...


The Dot Spot: Adventures in love and sex

by Pumla Dineo Gqola

The Dot Spot: Adventures in love and sex will be South Africa's first, fun and frank 'how-to' guide on untangling the mysteries of sex, love and relationships. Written in Dot's upfront, entertaining and sassy...


Evolving Insight

Eat To Cheat Dementia: What you eat helps you avoid it or live well with it.

by Ngaire A Hobbins

As we live longer it’s essential we understand how best to maintain both body and brain so they can help us achieve all we wish for in life. This book is a companion to Ngaire’s ground-breaking book “Eat...


Big Dreams

Forceps: Poems about the Birth of the Self

by Wendy Hoffman

The search for my true past came in distinct waves. This collection of poems includes some from the long period when I knew something was drastically wrong but didn't consciously know what that was and some...


An Atheist in Heaven: The Ultimate Evidence for Life After Death?

by Paul Jeffrey Davids & Gary E. Schwartz

The book is a case of unexplained phenomena, including chemical evidence, that is an ultimate challenge to scientifically-minded skeptics. Forrest J Ackerman (1916-2008) was a world famous futurist, author and...


Tools for the Exceptional Parent of a Chronically-Ill Child

by Shirley Riga

Parenting a chronically-ill child, holding a family together, and taking care of oneself in the process is often an insurmountable task. As caregivers, you give and give, making life changing decisions for your...


The Prodigy's Cousin: The Family Link Between Autism and Extraordinary Talent

by Joanne Ruthsatz & Kimberly Stephens

We all know the autistic genius stereotypes. The absentminded professor with untied shoelaces. The geeky Silicon Valley programmer who writes bullet­proof code but can’t get a date. But there is another set...


A Murder Over a Girl

by Ken Corbett

A psychologist's gripping, troubling, and moving exploration of the brutal murder of a possibly transgender middle school student by an eighth grade classmate

On Feb. 12, 2008, at E. O. Green Junior High in Oxnard,...


The Art of Risk: The New Science of Courage, Caution, and Chance

by Kayt Sukel

Are risk-takers born or made? Why are some more willing to go out on a limb (so to speak) than others? How do we weigh the value of opportunities large or small that may have the potential to change the course...


Who Is This Guy?: The story of a 500-pound man, his disease, and the doctor who helped him

by Nick Mirrione & R. Armour Forse

“What happens to us if you die?”

This question, uttered by his ten-year-old daughter, forced Nick Mirrione at long last to face facts. He was close to 500 pounds.

    A multitude of different diets hasn’t...


9 to 5

by Scientific American Editors

Everyday hundreds of millions of people go to work. Hours upon hours are spent at desks, in offices, in meetings, speaking to and collaborating with colleagues. But how many of those hours are productive ones?...