Category: Social Sciences

The Time Miracle by Jean Paul (Book Review #491)

The time miracle is a self-help book designed to assist you in creating a quality life while you are living in this century. The book also emphasizes generating health, money, and fun in a resourceful way.

Psychotherapy for Depression by Sharon DeVinney, Ph.D.

Psychotherapy for Depression by Sharon DeVinney, Ph.D. There are many different approaches to treat depression with psychotherapy. I, of course, have my own thoughts about what works best. But first I need to outline three of the most common psychotherapy approaches: Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy – Focuses… Continue Reading “Psychotherapy for Depression by Sharon DeVinney, Ph.D.”

The Archetype of the Number and its Reflections in Contemporary Cosmology by ALAIN NEGRE (Book Review #454)

The Archetype of the Number and its Reflections in Contemporary Cosmology assesses the relationship between science and spirituality in a novel way. By using a transdisciplinary approach the author proceeds to discuss this relationship using archetype numbers. Following the works of physicists such as… Continue Reading “The Archetype of the Number and its Reflections in Contemporary Cosmology by ALAIN NEGRE (Book Review #454)”

Dear You By Derra Nicole Sabo

    Dear You By Derra Nicole Sabo Genre: Nonfiction   Brief Description: Dear You is a collection of letters written to the people and events that have made the most impactful influences in my life. This book started out as a personal series… Continue Reading “Dear You By Derra Nicole Sabo”

Physician: How Science Transformed the Art of Medicine by Rajeev Kurapati (Book Review #443)

The physician is a medical book referring to the human body and how medicine has advanced by getting physical. Healthcare providers who struggle to deliver a balance between both science and medicine can also benefit from this book. What made this book stand out… Continue Reading “Physician: How Science Transformed the Art of Medicine by Rajeev Kurapati (Book Review #443)”

Immediacy: Our Ways of Coping in Everyday Life (Book Review #189)

This review was written for Online Book Club “I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars.” This book was an “OnlineBookClub.org Book of the Day.” Immediacy is a non-fiction – Psychology – Social Science book written about ways of which we can cope… Continue Reading “Immediacy: Our Ways of Coping in Everyday Life (Book Review #189)”

Imam Hussain (PBUH): The Martyr of the Pioneer Culture of Mankind (Book Review #413)

As a community, we have a history. We didn’t just start with our own generation. We can look back and see how others lived the human project. We can take examples and warnings from them. The book describes the philosophy of Imam Hussain’s movement… Continue Reading “Imam Hussain (PBUH): The Martyr of the Pioneer Culture of Mankind (Book Review #413)”

 Marital Advice to My Grandson by Joel Peter Davidson (Book Review #412)

Martial Advice is a humorous book on marriage and relationships. The book provides advice and insights into life living with your partner in a comedic way. It’s not a psychiatrist evaluation on how to better your relationship or a textbook on providing a list… Continue Reading ” Marital Advice to My Grandson by Joel Peter Davidson (Book Review #412)”

The Most Hated Man by Mark Pendergrast (Book Review #408)

The Most Hated Man in America: Jerry Sandusky and the Rush to Judgment is a non-fictional book written about Jerry Sandusky who was convicted of being a serial pedophile in 2012 and was a former Penn State assistant football coach and founder of the Second… Continue Reading “The Most Hated Man by Mark Pendergrast (Book Review #408)”