One of the most directly helpful books on the subject of loss ever written, the first edition of this comforting and inspiring book, published in 1976, sold nearly two million copies. This completely revised and expanded edition encompasses not only the medical and psychological advances in the treatment of loss, but also the authors' own experiences.
M. Scott Peck – The Road Less Traveled
Created on Tuesday, 24 March 2009 19:09
By melding love, science, and religion into a primer on personal growth, M. Scott Peck launched his highly successful writing and lecturing career with this book. Even to this day, Peck remains at the forefront of spiritual psychology as a result of The Road Less Traveled.
In the era of "I'm OK, You're […]
Peter McWilliams – Life 101
Created on Thursday, 26 March 2009 21:23
Three things about this book that stand out:
1. At first glance, it may seem like very deep philosophy but the authors use a writing style that makes it difficult to accept this as serious philosophy. The authors have a unique writing style where it feels like they are someone you know well that are telling you this stuff at a […]
Peter McWilliams – You can’t afford the luxury of a negative thought
Created on Thursday, 26 March 2009 21:05
This excellent book is divided into 2 parts: The disease and the cure, and the latter consists of 3 sections: Accentuate the positive, Eliminate the negative and Latch onto the affirmative. It explains the fight or flight response, the effect thoughts have on the body, and the question of death.
It also deals with […]
7 Sexy Character Traits of Happy People
Created on Tuesday, 01 October 2013 20:49
1. Moral Courage
Happy people stand up for what’s right and don’t get pushed around by peer pressure into the newest fad or trend. They have the courage, conviction and inner strength to do what’s right, even while others reshape themselves into ever-shifting expressions of someone […]
Robin Norwood – Why me, Why this, Why now
Created on Thursday, 26 March 2009 20:56
From the Back Cover
Robin Norwood's international bestseller 'Women Who Love Too Much' changed forever the way we think about love. Now, in Why Me, Why This, Why Now?, she takes her readers - women and men - on a deeper journey into the realm of the Spirit, and offers a revolutionary perspective on adversity that […]