Psychology - Mental Health

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The Untouched Key: Tracing Childhood ...

Alice Miller

One troubled child channels her pain into art; another vents his anguish in destructive acts. What makes the critical difference in the way each translates childhood suffering? Combing the life histories of Picasso, Buster Keaton, Nie...

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Published: Feb 1991

Drunk Tank Pink: And Other Unexpected...

Adam Alter

A revelatory look at how our environment unconsciously yet dramatically shapes the judgments and decisions we make every day Most of us go through life believing that we are in control of the choices we make-that we think and behave a...

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Published: Feb 2014

A First-Rate Madness: Uncovering the ...

Nassir Ghaemi

An investigation into the surprisingly deep correlation between mental illness and successful leadership, as seen through the lives of some of the most important political figures in history In A First-Rate Madness, Nassir Ghaemi, dir...

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Published: Jul 2012

The Mindful Way Through Stress: The P...

Shamash Alidina

Take a deep breath. Feeling less stressed already? Bestselling author Shamash Alidina shows just how simple it is to master the proven techniques of mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) in this engaging guide. MBSR has enhanced t...

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Published: Jan 2015

The Responsive Universe: Illumination...

John C. Bader

The Responsive Universe is a handbook to self-discovery. Within these pages are refreshing and insightful revelations, exercises, meditations, and daily-life practices designed to help the reader find happiness in a world of indiffere...

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Published: Oct 2014

Mental Illness: The Necessity for Dep...

Dr Daniel R. Berger II

Most people today believe that psychoactive substances and psychotherapies are proven remedies for mental and behavioral problems categorized in the DSM-5 as mental illnesses. Biological psychiatrists in particular and society in gene...

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Published: Jan 2017

Mental Illness: The Necessity for Fai...

Dr Daniel R. Berger II

Since the 1950s, psychiatry has controlled both the definitions, theories, diagnoses, and suggested remedies for mental illness. Many intelligent, well-educated, and well-meaning people have blindly accepted the secular construct of ...

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Published: Apr 2016

The Forgiveness Project: Stories for ...

Marina Cantacuzino

What is forgiveness?Are some acts unforgivable?Can forgiveness take the place of revenge?Powerful real-life stories from survivors and perpetrators of crime and violence reveal the true impact of forgiveness on ordinary people worldwi...

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Published: Jan 2016

Make It to Midnight: Learning to Live...

Jim Denning

"Therefore, do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own." (Matthew 6:34) "Don't worry." Sounds so simple, doesn't it? In Matthew 6:34, Jesus is encourag...

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Published: May 2018

The Sober Truth: Debunking the Bad Sc...

Lance Dodes

An expose of Alcoholics Anonymous, 12-step programs, and the rehab industry—and how a failed addiction-treatment model came to dominate America.  AA has become so infused in our society that it is practically synonymous with addict...

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Published: Mar 2015

What Made Maddy Run: The Secret Strug...

Kate Fagan

*Instant New York Times Bestseller*The #1 New York Times Monthly Sports and Fitness bestsellerFrom noted ESPN commentator and journalist Kate Fagan, the heartbreaking and vital story of college athlete Madison Holleran, whose death by...

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Published: Aug 2018

Saving Normal: An Insider's Revolt ag...

Allen Frances

A deeply fascinating and urgently important critique of the widespread medicalization of normalityanyone living a full, rich life exper-iences ups and downs, stresses, disappointments, sorrows, and setbacks. Today, however, millions o...

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Published: Aug 2014

The Will to Meaning: Foundations and ...

Viktor E. Frankl

Holocaust survivor Viktor E. Frankl converted the horrors he experienced in a German concentration camp into the pioneering philosophy he called logotherapy. Unlike Freud's "will to pleasure" and Adler's "will to power,...

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Published: Jun 2014

The Lies We Tell Ourselves: How to Fa...

Jon Frederickson

Do you feel stuck in your life? Do you wonder why? Does something seem wrong, but you can't put your finger on it? In The Lies We Tell Ourselves, psychotherapist Jon Frederickson reveals the ways we fool ourselves and how to get unstu...

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Published: Jan 2017

You Are Not a Rock: A Step-By-Step Gu...

Mark Freeman

Mental health is . . . being yourself.A prescriptive and positive guide, illustrated with line drawings, making the case that mental well-being, like physical health, can be strengthened over time and with specific techniquesWe all wa...

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Published: Sep 2018

The Power of Place: How Our Surroundi...

Winifred Gallagher

Are New Yorkers and Californians so different because they live in such different settings? Why do some of us prefer the city to the country? How do urban settings increase crime? Why do we feel better after an experience in nature? I...

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Published: Feb 2007

Mindful Compassion: How the Science o...

Paul Gilbert

Are you ready to transform your mind and emotions? To cultivate compassion, stability, self-confidence, and well-being? If so, get ready to change the way you experience your life with this highly-anticipated approach using mindfulne...

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Published: Apr 2014

Warning: Psychiatry Can Be Hazardous ...

William Glasser

How psychopharmacology has usurped the role of psychotherapy in our society, to the great detriment of the patients involved. William Glasser describes in Warning: Psychiatry Can Be Hazardous to Your Mental Health the sea change that...

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Published: Apr 2004

Snoop: What Your Stuff Says About You...

Sam Gosling

Do the things on your desk betray the thoughts on your mind? Does your dining room décor carry clues to your character? Award-winning psychologist Sam Gosling has dispatched teams of scientific investigators to poke around bedrooms a...

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Published: May 2009

Mind States: True Stories of Living w...

Lee Gutkind

Every year, one in four American adults suffers from a diagnosable mental health disorder. In these true stories, writers and their loved ones struggle as their worlds are upended. What do you do when your father kills himself, or you...

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Published: Jun 2016

PURE OCD: The Invisible Side of Obses...

Chrissie Hodges

Pure O: The Invisible Side of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder follows Chrissie Hodges, a typical eight year old whose life changed drastically with the onset of symptoms from Pure OCD. Overwhelmed with confusion about her obsessions, Ch...

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Published: Jan 2017

Could It Be This Simple? A Biblical M...

Timothy R. Jennings

Feelings of worthlessness. Low self-esteem. Illegitimate guilt. The inability to forgive. Bitterness and resentment. Dependency. Unhealthy relationship patterns. These battles rage within the minds of millions of people, including Chr...

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Published: Oct 2012

It Will Be Cold

Jeffrey Allen Jordan

It Will Be Cold ventures into a poetic world of circumstance and mental health, deepening our relationship with ourselves, our pasts, and our futures. This poetry chapbook encounters relationships with family, with others, and with th...

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Published: Mar 2018

Capture: Unraveling the Mystery of Me...

David A. Kessler

Why do we think, feel, and act in ways we wished we did not? For decades, New York Times bestselling author Dr. David A Kessler has studied this question with regard to tobacco, food, and drugs. Over the course of these investigations...

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Published: Mar 2017

Ordinarily Well: The Case for Antidep...

Peter D. Kramer

"A carefully argued and convincing case." ―Ann Levin, Associated PressDo antidepressants actually work, or are they just glorified dummy pills? How can we tell one way or the other?In Ordinarily Well, the celebrated psychi...

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Published: Jun 2017

Wisdom from the Couch: Knowing and Gr...

Jennifer Kunst

Wisdom from the Couch is a useful guide to understanding the mysteries of the mind and how we can change for the better.In this intelligent yet user-friendly book, psychoanalyst Jennifer Kunst raises some key questions that are on the...

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Published: Jun 2014

Knight Shift

Suzanne La Voie

What does it feel like when your life is suddenly turned upside down? What happens when a life event occurs that you were not expecting, and your personal and professional plans are thwarted? Nothing makes sense. The path you are now...

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Published: Dec 2017

The Journey to Failing Freely: How to...

Brandon Labella

What Exactly is Failing Freely? It's a path to become the best possible version of yourself. It's the way to make every day an amazing day to be alive! It's how you become fulfilled by being mentally and physically healthy, growing an...

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Published: Mar 2018

The New Black: Mourning, Melancholia,...

Darian Leader

 Fifty years ago, the terms mourning and melancholia were part of the psychological lexicon. Today, in a world of rapid diagnoses, quick cures, and big pharmaceutical dollars, the catch-all concept of depression has evolved to take t...

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Published: Oct 2009

Rethinking Narcissism: The Bad---And ...

Dr Craig Malkin

When most of us hear the word narcissism or narcissist, we envision vain, preening, braggarts who can't stop talking about themselves. But most of the time, we've got it wrong; many narcissists aren't driven by looks,fame, ...

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Published: Jul 2016
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