- In this fun, inviting look at a serious topic, codependence, Johnston shares the life lessons she learned from her observations of the relationship behaviors exhibited by her pet collie, Daisy. A delightful book that offers new and specific information so that readers can understand "What am I doing that is not producing the relationship results I really want?"
- Make sense of the irrational and resistant behaviors you developed in childhood that helped you then, but that now persist as blockages preventing you from reaching your full potential. Dr. Oliker explains how to recognize and break free of the adaptive responses (survival systems) that continue to operate, silently and unseen, and that block you from reaching your inherent potential.
- A practical and provocative book packed with the lessons your Dad never taught you about living life to the fullest, free from addiction and other self-destructive behaviors. From "Growing Up Male," to "Men and Their Children," Game Plan tells it the way only a man sees it and only as a man can hear it.
- Based on the author's own experience as a parent of an addicted child, and intended to help parents navigate the confusing and challenging landscape of the strange "Planet Paradox" to which they have seemingly been transported. The author is a caring cheerleader who encourages parents in this situation with a range of helpful "Do's" and "Don'ts," and other self-care tools.
- Those who act out sexually, whether through pornography, cybersex, prostitutes, voyeurism, and/or multiple affairs, leave their partners reeling in rage, incredible shame, and isolation. This self-help manual is designed to help such partners better understand what is happening in their lives, validate their experiences, and find a path to healing that gives voice to their truth.
In From Bagels to Buddha, a successful therapist, renowned for her work with addictive and obese families, uses her own story to illustrate her message that a spiritual life is the key to sustaining weight loss and ending food obsessions. Dr. Hollis tells us that the path to permanent weight loss has little to do with what you are eating or what's eating you, but rather involves changing how you behave, how you interact with others, how you face your own dark side, and ultimately how you accept life on life's terms.
An empowering, compassionate guidebook designed for those in or out of recovery who live with or love one of the millions of Americans who battle depression every year.
Pain and its management (or mismanagement) is one of the most important and urgent issues facing society today. Millions are afflicted with pain and it is the most frequent reason Americans seek medical attention each year. According to research published in Pain Physician Journal (2006), 90 percent of people in the US receiving treatment for pain management are prescribed opiate medication. Of that number, 18 to 41 percent had opiate abuse/addiction problems.