There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.
About The I of the Tiger: The Athlete Identity & Remedying Sport’s Greatest Conflicts Mental health is a historically overlooked topic in sports, contributing to a phenomenon of elite athletes withdrawing from competition, suffering from the athlete identity, and, in more serious cases, attempting suicide. The central aim of this book is to demonstrate how […]
About Hello (From Here) Publisher: Dial Books (September 7, 2021) Hardcover: 352 pages A heartfelt, witty, and thought-provoking YA love story about two teens who fall for each other while forced apart during quarantine, written by two New York Times bestselling authors, and for fans of Five Feet Apart, Anna and the French Kiss, and My Life Next Door Maxine […]
About Checking In: How Getting Real about Depression Saved My Life – and Can Save Yours Hardcover: 240 Pages Publisher: Thomas Nelson (May 25, 2021) Acclaimed musical artist Michelle Williams shares the intimate, never-before-told story of how, even in the midst of enormous fame and success, she battled depression, leading her to find her true calling […]
About Shadows in the Sun: Healing from Depression and Finding the Light Within Softcover, 240 pp. Publisher: Hazelden Published Year: 2014 Americans have become immune to the terms, drugs, and behaviors associated with depression even as its reputation has grown as a debilitating and sometimes fatal mental illness. But in India and elsewhere the stigma associated with […]
About Movers, Dreamers and Risk-Takers: Unlocking the Power of ADHD Paperback: 250 pages Publisher: Hazelden (June 5, 2012) The negative aspects of Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) are well known–impulsivity, difficulty paying attention, lacking follow through, procrastination, boredom, anxiety, etc. But what many people don’t know is that when these same traits are put to good use, those […]
About Therapy Revolution: Find Help, Get Better, and Move On without Wasting Time or Money Paperback: 226 pages Publisher: HCI (November 2, 2009) THE THERAPY CRISIS – Each year, millions of people enter therapy hoping and believing they’ll be helped—but studies show that many aren’t being helped. In fact, some patients find they are struggling […]