Tag: psychology

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)”

Instant Wisdom by Beth Burgess (Book Review #518)

Instant Wisdom is a self-help book that uses psychology, philosophy, and science in order to increase wisdom and enable better living.

The Woman Warrior Writing by Diana Raab, PhD

  The Woman Warrior by Diana Raab, PhD Since an early age, writing has been my panacea when moving through challenging times. My passion began during my childhood when my mother gave me a Khalil Gibran journal to help me cope with the loss… Continue Reading “The Woman Warrior Writing by Diana Raab, PhD”

Mad Mischief by Susan St. John (Book Review #514)

Mad Mischief is a literary fiction about Sarah traveling to Africa with her husband. Her relationship has many issues, and with the trip being a stressful one, it did not get any better. While you genuinely get to feel that you have gone to… Continue Reading “Mad Mischief by Susan St. John (Book Review #514)”

Birth of a New Brain by Dyane Harwood (Book Review #513)

  Birth of a new brain is a self-help book telling the story of a mother trying to survive a rare form of bipolar disease, postpartum mood and anxiety disorder. The journey is hard and displayed the perseverance of a mother struggling in a true… Continue Reading “Birth of a New Brain by Dyane Harwood (Book Review #513)”

Acne just another four letter word by Aarti Patel (Book Review #509)

Acne is a health and dieting book aiming to address the issue of this skin disease by not just discussing it in its entirety but also how it affects the patient, psychologically. The book offers strategies and techniques to take care of the issue… Continue Reading “Acne just another four letter word by Aarti Patel (Book Review #509)”

The Messy Joys of Being Human by Helen Rosenau (Book Review #503)

The messy joys of being human is a self-help book about changing your life in the matter of creating an atmosphere which promotes a happier mood and a happier you.