Description : Features a program to help reduce chronic pain, including understanding the causes of chronic pain, recognizing what increases and decreases pain symptoms, and making informed decisions about medications and therapies.
Description : Twenty-three essays ponder such topics as psychological trauma among African Americans, black anti-Semitism, and friendships between black women and white women. Reprint. 25,000 first printing. $20,000 ad/promo.
Description : Nationally known psychotherapist Les Carter, formerly of the Minirth-Meier Clinic, shows readers how to develop their God-given gift of service without allowing others to take advantage of them.
Description : People are dying the town of Leadville. The question is, what do an ancient retired professor, the drunken editor of the local newspaper, a mother, a sweet little old lady, a couple of selfish teenagers, a crusty farmer and a mean hardware shop owner have in common? The answer is simple: each has written something. A lonely old man is found brutally slain and what appears to be an easily solved crime turns into a circus of deaths. Sheriff Dun Clark has too many murders on his hands and a town about to explode in panic. Mark Bradfield, local editor and only reporter for the 8-page local newspaper covers the first crime scene as best as he can considering his stomach is revolting from too much alcohol and not enough experience with dead bodies and their aftermath. Chester Laundry was a retired professor, poor and not the most-likely prey for a robber. Chester is left to die with his throat slit and his rundown house burning. By the time the Sheriff and emergency crew arrive Chester has died. No one is certain if he died of smoke inhalation or bleeding to death. When Mark works late at the newspaper several days later, he leaves himself wide open to be the second victim. He is surprised when the killer walks into the small shop and dead shortly after three bullets enter his chest. Let the killing begin
Description : Powerful Tools for Overcoming Extreme Anger Do you or someone you care about experience episodes of extreme and unpredictable anger? Intense rages that threaten relationships, jobs, property-or worse? The first thing you need to know is that you are not alone. Researchers estimate that some 7 percent of Americans may at some time experience a condition called intermittent explosive disorder (IED), which is characterized by reoccurring periods of extraordinary anger, and millions more have less frequent yet equally damaging experiences with rage. The second thing you need to know is that there is help. Rage can be calmed and controlled with good advice and a practical, effective plan for change. From renowned anger expert Ronald Potter-Efron, this book breaks down rage into four types: In survival rage, anger is triggered by a sense of danger or threat; feelings of helplessness can trigger impotence rage; the third type, abandonment rage, is triggered by a fear of losing a cherished relationship; and shame rage occurs when someone feels very disrespected. Rage briefly discusses how the brain functions during extreme emotion, and then it turns to the task of helping you stop episodes of rage-right now! In classic Potter-Efron style, the book places the responsibility for control squarely on the shoulders of the angry individual. There is no room in this dangerous situation for whys and becauses. Instead, Rage offers no-nonsense, step-by-step anger management tools that really work.
Description : Living in Faith is the monthly Catholic Family Companion for praying and living the Eucharist. The periodical provides a wide variety of resources to nourish your daily spiritual life, and helping you live in the richness of Catholic way of life. It has the complete Order of the Mass, including all four Eucharistic Prayers, with the responses of the assembly highlighted in bold print, each day’s assigned Scripture readings, all prayers for the Mass of the day, brief reflections on each day’s readings and how they relate to our lives, engaging articles, explaining the Church’s sacramental life, liturgical seasons, and devotional practices in terms of their relevance for your growth in Christ. Ideal for families, priests, nuns, congregations, lay people, parishes.
Description : William DeFoore provides practical solutions to one of society's most pressing concerns-anger and rage. His practical ten-step approach offers a way to reach a new level of psychological and physical health by learning to deal with anger in healthy ways. Through gripping stories, research and narrative, DeFoore explores the many faces of anger, including passive anger, anger during the grief process, anger among males, and anger that can actually help us connect with our spirituality and life purpose. This edition has added new chapters that cover anger in women, anger in children, in school, in the workplace, and domestic violence.