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Book Review

Dare to Do Nothing

by Kristine Morris

This tongue-in-cheek self-help text takes nonattachment to new heights. Humorous and edgy, Amy Minty’s self-help book "Dare to Do Nothing" is a call to toss out work, stress, and obligations of all types and begin to enjoy a life that... Read More

Book Review

Perfect

by Kristine Morris

"Perfect" is a spiritual memoir concerned with healing from generational traumas. Judi Miller’s moving memoir "Perfect" covers how her generational trauma and inexplicable fears were healed. Born in Trinidad to parents of Chinese and... Read More

Book Review

Good Psych, Bad Psych

by Aleena Ortiz

"Good Psych, Bad Psych" warns prospective patients to be critical of who is providing their care. Joshua Thomas dispels misconceptions about the Australian health industry in "Good Psych, Bad Psych", a self-help book concerned with the... Read More

Book Review

The Ultimate Wealth

by Katerie Prior

"The Ultimate Wealth" is a gentle and approachable introduction to principles of positive thinking. Chen Gong Wah’s engaging and allegorical self-help text "The Ultimate Wealth" serves as a primer on the power of positivity. The... Read More

Book Review

Your Conscience

by Matt Benzing

With its direct language and practical exercises, "Your Conscience" is a standout spirituality text. Leonard Perlmutter’s self-help text "Your Conscience" applies spiritual insights to the challenges of everyday living. The book begins... Read More

Book Review

How.

by Katerie Prior

"How." is a powerful guidebook for bringing ideas to life in challenging times. With the knowledge that everyone has ideas, but most struggle to bring them to life, R. Geoffrey Blackburn’s engaging, motivational self-improvement book... Read More

Book Review

Discomfortable

by Jeremiah Rood

A. J. Bond’s challenging self-help book "Discomfortable" suggests becoming comfortable with one’s shame. First examining what shame is, and how it impacts people’s lives, Bond mixes his own struggles into his work, including the... Read More

Book Review

If It's Not Right, Go Left

by Melissa Wuske

Kristen Glosserman’s If It’s Not Right, Go Left is an upbeat and approachable lifestyle guide that’s structured around eleven transformative lessons. Covering topics like attitude, mindset, parenting, and self-care, Glosserman... Read More

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