Tag: Psychology & Philosophy

Always and Never by Lisa Shumate (Book Review #626)

Always and never is truly a companion journal. It covers your thoughts and builds your confidence in dealing with your emotional well- being and taking control of your life. The work assists with the person when they feel that the endless changes are creating… Continue Reading “Always and Never by Lisa Shumate (Book Review #626)”

#WeAreManyWomen: Many Voices by Vali Hawkins Mitchell (Book Review #602)

We are many women is a self-help book written by Dr. Hawkins empowering woman to listen to their instincts and to believe in themselves. She believes that women are mostly subdued to the situation they are enforced in.

The Soul-Discovery Journal book – An Intimate Journey into Self by Adriene Nicastro-Santos, M.S. (Book Review #599)

The soul discovery is a self-help book. It is designed to assist the reader with a positive change as long as the reader is willing to take that step. The process comes in volumes. It initially sets the stage by offering important preliminary information.… Continue Reading “The Soul-Discovery Journal book – An Intimate Journey into Self by Adriene Nicastro-Santos, M.S. (Book Review #599)”

Purposely Positive: How to Live an Intentional and Inspired Life by Joel Lindeman (Book Review #594)

Purposely Positive is a self-help book teaching you how to live positively. The author’s purpose in writing this book is to get the reader out of their comfort zone and to make them live life with intention instead of just passing through it.

How to Make Rational Decisions While Keeping Your Mind Clear

Here are a few tips and points that may help you when you have to make the right decision. Pause and reflect Many people like to prepare and plan, and some like to be fast and respond to situations immediately. This can sometimes work… Continue Reading “How to Make Rational Decisions While Keeping Your Mind Clear”

The little book of Stoicism by Jonas Salzgeber (Book Review #562)

The little book of Stoicism is a book geared towards bettering your life using Stoic Philosophy. The book begins by providing a brief explanation of the history of Stoicism. The philosophy of what it means and how effective the practices, meditations are for our… Continue Reading “The little book of Stoicism by Jonas Salzgeber (Book Review #562)”

Coping with Alzheimer’s disease from the Caregiver’s View By Rosalind Ryans (Book Review #542)

Coping with Alzheimer’s disease is a short self-help book written about a daughter who has a mother suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. The book is divided into two sections and explains the disease based on its physical changes and how it personally affects the person.… Continue Reading “Coping with Alzheimer’s disease from the Caregiver’s View By Rosalind Ryans (Book Review #542)”

Fit for Joy: The Healing Power of Being You by Valeria Koopman (Book Review #536)

Fit for joy is a psychological self-help book providing an insightful look as to how one can combine spirituality with physical fitness, and what outcome is achieved after that. The subject matter and goal is inner peace. The author attempts to use her own… Continue Reading “Fit for Joy: The Healing Power of Being You by Valeria Koopman (Book Review #536)”

Why Tell the Truth by Tylor Lovins (Book Review #522)

Why tell the truth is a short self-help book discussing Jordan B. Peterson’s methods of work, basic thoughts and ways of intellectual interactions. Some of his ideas such as the pragmatic notion of truth, thoughts on religion, the justification behind suffering, cultural law, Marxism,… Continue Reading “Why Tell the Truth by Tylor Lovins (Book Review #522)”