In Real’s book, Us: Getting Past You and Me to Build a More Loving Relationship, he challenges traditional masculinity, gender role training, and more.
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Patricia’s book encapsulates, in a manageable and organized manner, the lessons learned by many women since the advent of the Feminist Movement in the 1960’s
Emotional Agility: Get unstuck, embrace change, and thrive in work and life, authored by Harvard Medical School psychologist, Susan David ranks high in my reading inventory. I place it with the likes of Daniel Goleman’s Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More than IQ and Brene’ Brown’s Atlas of the Heart: Mapping Meaningful Connection and the Language of Human Experience.
Using the metaphor of a highway you are guided through six steps. Explanations, rationale, and action items are provided for each step.
What Happened to You? Conversations on Trauma, Resilience, and Healing is not an easy to read self-help book. It is part memoir and part psycho-education.
Daniel Amen, author of Change Your Brain: Change Your Life has amassed neuroscientific research in an effort to convince us we need to care about our brains and mental capacity.
Words that Change Minds: Mastering the Language of Influence by Shelle Rose Charvet.
The Myths of Happiness gives insights into our fruitless, and sometimes silly, efforts to be happy while offering realistic direction for personal fulfillment.
Talk2MorePeople is like a communication and connection bible with a mix of personal vignettes, research, challenges, exercises, tools, and resources.
Do you have a good marriage? Discover in The Good Marriage research that indicates key ingredients or tasks for a successful, loving and long-term coupleship.
Untamed My friend, colleague, founder of Bodacity, and women’s business coach Jannette Anderson, started a book club. Jannette’s first choice was, Untamed: Stop Pleasing, Start Living, by Glennon Doyle, also the author of Love Warrior and other publications, primarily memoirs. Doyle is a mother of three, struggled with bulimia, and later dealt with alcohol addiction. […]
Not only is humor a key resilient strengthening tool it has become a hot topic in the world of employment.