Tag: positive psychology

The Rational Emotive Train by Joseph Gill (Book Review #831)

The rational emotive train is a self-help book providing guidance and strategies to help the reader manage emotions, boost your defense system, cry, and experience so much more. The aim is to be a tool for resolving issues like stress and being grateful for… Continue Reading “The Rational Emotive Train by Joseph Gill (Book Review #831)”

Boundaries Set in a Relationship by Jeyran Main

Boundaries Set in a Relationship by Jeyran Main In this article, I wish to discuss the matter of needing to please everyone in your life. No, is a Complete Sentence- Shonda Rhimes   It is hard to say no when a loved one asks… Continue Reading “Boundaries Set in a Relationship by Jeyran Main”

Surviving Mental Illness by Linda Naomi Katz (Book Review #23)

Linda Katz offers us a very touching, real-life story describing how life is for someone who is mentally ill. Linda takes us through her entire life starting from her grandparents and discusses everything in detail (like a diary) from losing her loved ones, struggling… Continue Reading “Surviving Mental Illness by Linda Naomi Katz (Book Review #23)”

15 Steps to Healthy Living by Gordon Fimreite (Book Review #444)

15 steps to healthy living is a well-being self-help book written primarily to assist people in naturally losing weight and living a healthy life by gaining the right energy. The author demonstrates 15 ways of achieving such a goal by using his grandmother as… Continue Reading “15 Steps to Healthy Living by Gordon Fimreite (Book Review #444)”