Tag: psychology

DE- ESCALATE by Douglas E. Noll (Book Review #381)

DE-ESCALATE is a non-fiction, self-help book about How to Calm an Angry Person in 90 Seconds or Less. The book is particularly aimed at women and parenting. The author demonstrates methods in calming yourself and the angry one, as he has worked on this… Continue Reading “DE- ESCALATE by Douglas E. Noll (Book Review #381)”

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)”

Life of A Bastard by Damien Black (Book Review #306)

Life of a bastard is a book written about the life of Javier, an orphaned boy’s will to cope with all the moves and sufferings he encounters while being under American foster homes.

Owning Bipolar by Michael G. Pipich, MS. LMFT (Book Review #497)

Owning bipolar is a psychology self-help book designed to provide you with the basics of the disorder, and how to live with this disease. It attempts to compartmentalize the issue by dividing it into three sections. The book also entails stories of people who… Continue Reading “Owning Bipolar by Michael G. Pipich, MS. LMFT (Book Review #497)”

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.”

“God Challenges from Philosophy and Science” by Lynne Renoir (Book Review #477)

God Challenges from philosophy and science is a religious book written by Lynne Renoir. In this book, she challenges the view of an all-powerful being in a philosophical way.  She writes to prove that God does not accord with modern science and that there… Continue Reading ““God Challenges from Philosophy and Science” by Lynne Renoir (Book Review #477)”

Should you follow your dreams? by Petra Jacob

Should you follow your dreams? by Petra Jacob This is one of those questions that messes with your mind. People who have succeeded in achieving their aspirations say, Yes! Don’t ever give up! While those who ditched them to live a sensible existence often look… Continue Reading “Should you follow your dreams? by Petra Jacob”