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  • Lynn Rossy

    "What are you really hungry for? Is it food, happiness, or something else? In this unique book, mindfulness expert Lynn Rossy offers a proven-effective, whole-body approach to help you discover the real reasons why you’re overeating. In The Mindfulness-Based Eating Solution, Rossy provides an innovative and proven-effective program to help you slow down, savor each bite, and actually eat less. This unique, whole-body approach will encourage you to adopt healthy eating habits by showing you how to listen to your body’s intuition, uncover the psychological cause of your overeating, and be more mindful during mealtime. If you find yourself eating without thinking, because you more

  • Karyn D. Hall PhD

    It’s a commonly heard phrase: Stop being so sensitive. These words can be frustrating to hear, and if you are an emotionally sensitive person, they often have the opposite of the desired effect. You cannot simply switch off your emotions like you would a TV show or a radio station playing an annoying song. But there are effective techniques that can help you manage these emotions before they take over your life. In The Emotionally Sensitive Person, a psychologist provides proven-effective cognitive behavioral and mindfulness techniques to help people like you who struggle with intense emotions. In the book, you will learn powerful tools for staying in the present moment, more

  • Jaime Roca

    There are four distinct types of managers. One performs much worse than the rest, and one performs far better. Which type are you? Based on a first-of-its-kind, wide-ranging global study of over 9,000 people, analysts at the global research and advisory firm Gartner were able to classify all managers into one of four types:   •  Teacher managers, who develop employees' skills based on their own expertise and direct their development along a similar track to their own.   •  Cheerleader managers, who give positive feedback while taking a general hands-off approach to employee development.   • more

  • Alexis Schaitkin

    A New York Times Notable Books of 2020 'Alexis Schaitkin’s splashy debut novel, Saint X, is an audiobook lover’s dream...Queue this one up for a murderous, dreamy delight.' — Paste Hailed as a “marvel of a book” and “brilliant and unflinching,” Alexis Schaitkin’s stunning debut, Saint X, is a haunting portrait of grief, obsession, and the bond between two sisters never truly given the chance to know one another. Claire is only seven years old when her college-age sister, Alison, disappears on the last night of their family vacation at a resort on the Caribbean island of Saint X. Several days later, Alison’s body is found in a remote spot on a nearby cay, more

  • Donna Jackson Nakazawa

    A thrilling story of scientific detective work and medical potential that illuminates the newly understood role of microglia—an elusive type of brain cell that is vitally relevant to our everyday lives.   “The rarest of books: a combination of page-turning discovery and remarkably readable science journalism.”—Mark Hyman, MD, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Food: What the Heck Should I Eat? NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY WIRED Until recently, microglia were thought to be helpful but rather boring: housekeeper cells in the brain. But a recent groundbreaking discovery has revealed that they connect our physical more

  • Jaime Roca

    Brought to you by Penguin. The best managers work smarter, not harder After conducting a unique global study of over 9,000 people, analysts at the world-leading sales research firm Gartner identified four distinct types of manager. Incredibly, they found one type consistently performs far better than the rest, and it wasn't the one they were expecting. Connector Managers understand that it's not enough for managers to just encourage and teach employees themselves, and that providing constant coaching to employees can actually be detrimental to their independent development. Instead, by connecting employees to others in the team or organisation, Connector Managers can help more

  • Alexis Schaitkin

    Claire is only seven years old when her college-age sister Alison vanishes from the luxury resort on the Caribbean island of Saint X on the last night of her family’s vacation. Several days later Alison’s naked body is found in a remote spot on a nearby cay, and two local men, employees at the resort, are arrested. But the evidence is slim, the timeline against it, and the men are soon released. It’s national tabloid news, a lurid mystery that will go unsolved, but for Claire’s family there is only the sad return home to broken lives. Years later, riding in a New York City taxicab, Claire recognizes the name on the cabbie’s licence, Clive Richardson – her driver is one of more

  • Sara Horowitz

    A profound look at the crisis of work and the collapse of the safety net, and a vision for a better way forward, rooted in America’s cooperative spirit, from the founder of the Freelancers Union    “Read this essential book to see how we can and must build the future.”—Reid Hoffman, co-founder of Linkedin   Mutualism: It’s not capitalism and it’s not socialism. It’s the future.  The twentieth century changed every facet of life for American workers: how much they could expect to earn and what they had the right to demand. But by 2027, a majority of Americans—from low-wage service workers to more

  • Beth Akers

    A leading economist makes the case that college is still a smart investment, and reveals how to increase the odds of your degree paying off. “Full of easy-to-understand advice grounded in deep expertise and research.”—Martin West, William Henry Bloomberg Professor of Education, Harvard University The cost of college makes for frightening headlines. The outstanding balance of student loans is more than $1.5 trillion nationally, while tuitions continue to rise. And on the heels of a pandemic that nearly dismantled the traditional college experience, we have to wonder: Is college really worth it? From a financial perspective, says more

  • Lolly Winston

    A darkly funny and messy love story about the struggle to live happily ever after after the after, by the New York Times bestselling author of Good Grief. Elinor Mackey has always done the right thing-college, law school, career, marriage-but now everything's gone wrong. In her late thirties, Elinor has discovered that she can't have children; all the doctors can tell her is that it's because of her age. She withdraws from her podiatrist husband, Ted, into an interior world of heartbreak. Her closest companion? The tree in her backyard. But since everything in her life is going from bad to worse, soon, despite the best efforts of the tree doctor, her tree must be cut down. Ted more

  • Jennifer Traig

    The struggles and humiliations of adolescence are told in an unflinching, funny, surprisingly universal tale of one good Jewish girl's battle with Obsessive more

  • Dr. Laurie Weiss

    If you are tired of everyone telling you to just let go of things that bother you--but not giving you any useful information about how to do so, you will love this book! The revolutionary new technique revealed in this practical book allows you to release your anxiety and toxic stress in minutes. Experience the freedom that comes from effortlessly managing previously distressing situations and even forget to worry about things you used to obsess about. Order your book today and reclaim your life energy and the joy that is your birthright. Use the specific instructions in this book to easily learn this highly effective new process that will help you to:  * Stop worrying about things more

  • Laurie Weiss

    Are you squabbling instead of communicating? Do you end up spiraling into an argument whenever you try to talk about problems? If you love your partner but desperately want their understanding as to why you're so frustrated, and if you are afraid the only answer is divorce but would you like to get your relationship back on track then you need this book. Learn how to avoid the mistakes most unhappy couples make, manage broken agreements, get out of the Circular-Argument Trap, ask for what you really want, and much, much more. If you are ready to learn to have the conversations that build happy relationships, this resource-rich book will show more

  • David Gaughran

    From the author of Let's Get Digital and Amazon Decoded, this book will change how you think about marketing. Strangers to Superfans puts you in the shoes of your Ideal Readers, and forces you to view marketing from their perspective. - Learn the five stages in The Reader Journey. - Identify where your blockages are and how to fix them. - Optimize each stage to increase conversion. - Boost sales by making the process frictionless. - Build an army of passionate readers who do the selling for you. The Reader Journey is a new marketing paradigm that maps out the journey your Ideal Readers take in their transformation from strangers more

  • Dr. Laurie Weiss

    If you are dreaming of having an incredibly fulfilling life partnership but don’t know quite how to manage it, the 125 carefully curated tips in this brief book will help. These essential keys show to grow beyond any limits you have and make your dreams come true. Get ready to deeply connect with the love of your life. Discover these tested tips that couples use to create partnerships as you manage and negotiate challenges in communication, assigning and doing tasks, setting necessary boundaries, money matters and much, much more! Use these gateways to have the deep, loving conversations that build a relationship where you share both love and respect in your life together. Includes more

  • Dr. Laurie Weiss

    Would you like to know how to stay together when everything seems to be falling apart? These thoughtful answers to questions asked by frustrated and scared men and women in desperate situations will help you learn what to do when you hear 'I want more romance.' If you are wondering how can just one person save a marriage or whether to ignore your partner’s affair, this book will show you what to do next. Discover how to feel loved and connected to your spouse, avoid divorce and have a happy and more

  • Laurie Weiss

    Unlock secrets to rapid relationship renewal in just an hour a week. This book shows you how to focus on what's right in your relationship and on what you and your partner want to create together. Learn how to tell the difference between a serious relationship problem and ordinary growing pains, secrets to rescue relationships that are in trouble, what to do instead of fighting so you'll feel loved and supported by your life partner. You’ll even learn to recognize the five natural stages of your relationship development, you both can safely navigate it to the next stage. If you would like to dissolve resentments and create the closeness you long for with your life partner these more

  • Dr. Laurie Weiss

    Are You Ready to Discover Secrets About Marriage Women Need to Know but Seldom Share? Marriage doesn't come with a manual! Once you get married there are always surprises. When dozens of women shared answers to the question, 'What do you wish you had known before you were married?' they discovered they had lots in common. What they shared in Being Married: Secrets Women Wish They Knew will help you have a happier and more satisfying marriage!  Would you like to avoid the heartbreak of making poor choices?Do you know what triggers you should NEVER ignore - before or after you're married?Can you tell the difference between his culture and values and yours?Learning that the fairy more

  • Wetware Media

    Breathe & Be is a two volume collection of restorative guided meditations designed to help you de-stress, calm the mind, and practice deep self-care in the midst of challenging moments. This collection -volume 1 - is narrated by a male voice. (The meditations in volume 2 are narrated by a female voice.) The guided meditations utilize relaxation, mindfulness, and visualization to help you: • Relax the Body and Calm the Mind • Return to Center - the true source of inner strength and resilience • Cultivate Self-kindness and Compassion • Stop Overthinking Breathe & Be volume 1 includes five guided meditations, approximately 20 minutes each: 1. Breathing Space - use more

  • Martha Davis

    Many people assume that good communicators possess an intrinsic talent for speaking and listening to others, a gift that can’t be learned or improved. The reality is that communication skills are developed with deliberate effort and practice, and learning to understand others and communicate your ideas more clearly will improve every facet of your life. Messages has already helped thousands of people build communication skills and cultivate better relationships with friends, family members, coworkers, and partners. With this fully revised and updated fourth edition, you’ll discover new skills to help you communicate your ideas more effectively and become a better listener. more