Review: A Clinician’s Journey from Complex Trauma to Thriving: Reflections on Abuse, C-PTSD and Reclamation by Rev. Sheri Heller

Posted by on Nov 7, 2017 in Health and Well-Being, Non-fiction | 0 comments

Title: A Clinician's Journey from Complex Trauma to Thriving: Reflections on Abuse, C-PTSD and Reclamation Author: Rev. Sheri Heller LCSW Publisher: Independently published Rev. Sheri Heller’s A Clinician’s Journey from Complex Trauma to Thriving is not a dry treatise on psychotherapy. The author is a practising psychotherapist and the book is a collection of articles on issues such as complex trauma, child abuse, PTSD, various...

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Review: The Essential Book Blog: The Complete Bibliophile’s Toolkit for Building, Growing and Monetizing Your On-Line Book-Lover’s Community (Brinestone Guides) (Volume 1)

Posted by on Oct 18, 2017 in Book Review, Non-fiction | 0 comments

Title: The Essential Book Blog: The Complete Bibliophile's Toolkit for Building, Growing and Monetizing Your On-Line Book-Lover's Community (Brinestone Guides) (Volume 1) Author: Ken J. Howe PhD Publisher: Brinestone Press; Release Date: November 17, 2013 Format: Papeback, Kindle Pages: 176 The Essential Book Blog is meant for the book lover who wishes to write book reviews and start a book blog. Although some of the links to many...

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Review: Facehooked: How Facebook Affects our Emotions, Relationships and Lives by Dr Suzana Flores

Posted by on Aug 9, 2017 in Non-fiction | 0 comments

Title: Facehooked: How Facebook Affects our Emotions, Relationships and Lives Author: Dr Suzana Flores Genre: Psychology Release Date: July 31, 2014 Pages: 272 The author shares her professional perspective and insights as a clinical psychologist into the positive and negative effects of Facebook on our lives, including how to cultivate healthier Facebook interactions and avoid unhealthy ones. Dr Suzana Flores’s book vindicated the worst...

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Review: What is Fat For? By Ignatius Brady

Posted by on Jul 12, 2016 in Health and Well-Being, Non-fiction | 0 comments

Title: What is Fat For? Author: Ignatius Brady Genre: Science, health, mind and body Publisher: Ignatius Brady Pages: 163 The main thesis of Dr Brady's book appears to be what is called the 'protein leverage' hypothesis, that changes in the availability of protein can trigger large changes in the behaviour of animals. The author says that people who eat less protein are more likely to have weight problems. Somewhere in this book, Dr Ignatius...

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Review: Dickens Study Guide by Lee Fisher Gray

Posted by on Oct 6, 2015 in Book Review, Non-fiction | 0 comments

Title: Dickens Study Guide Author: Lee Fisher Gray Genre: Reference Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd Release Date: January 28, 2015 Pages: 144 Lee Fisher Gray has done the hard work. He has gleaned for us within the compact structure of a book, details about a multitude of characters from the novels of Charles Dickens. A critic once made the following remark about Charles Dickens’s parents: ‘His father was Mr Micawber; his mother...

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Review: Famine, Affluence and Morality by Peter Singer

Posted by on Sep 24, 2015 in Book Review, Non-fiction | 0 comments

Title: Famine, Affluence, and Morality Author: Peter Singer Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA Release Date: December 1, 2015 Pages: 128 Singer's simple rule that can help you to decide how much to give is this: the amount of money we spend in 'luxuries, not necessities'. My Rating: ★★★★☆ Peter Singer’s Famine, Affluence and Morality is essentially an impassioned plea for individual philanthropy. He addresses the people of the...

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