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  • Shadows Come At Midnight

    From PTSD to Purpose by

    At seventeen, Ross MacInnes stole a car and was caught. At nineteen, he was sworn in as a member of the esteemed Royal Canadian Mounted Police. And by his thirtieth year of police service, he was a commander in the organized crime division of a ...


  • The Unbroken

    A Firefighter's Memoir by

    When a series of traumatic calls on the job as a firefighter leaves Steve shaken and unable to recover, he, reluctantly at first, seeks out clinical counselling. His one rule, “I won’t talk about my childhood,” closes the door on several therapists, ...


  • Your Most Difficult Child

    A Personal Journey Through Caring for our Children by

    Personal growth is key in the achievement of happiness and for a sense of mastery in one’s own life despite inevitable adversarial situations. Your Most Difficult Child taps into the most enduring human relationship—a parent’s love for a child. This ...


  • Dialogue

    The Influence of Intra-personal Discourse on Interpersonal Communication in Fostering Relationships in a Digital Age by

    I am glad to see a new work from Fr. Emmanuel Olusola on the importance of dialogue. In a world with advanced technologies for communication, coupled with increasing polarization, it is a task of both the Church and of society to create dynamics for ...


  • BrainFishing

    A Practice Guide to Questioning Skills by

    BrainFishing is the “missing link”, the hands-on, practical guide for professionals looking to forge better agreements and build stronger relationships in difficult and challenging situations. It is the one, slim book that will complete your ...


  • Social Psychology and Social Change in Nigeria

    A Systematic Evaluation of Government Social Policies and Programs by

    Governments in the developing nations of Africa invest much of their countries’ scarce resources in social and economic development programs, often without much evaluation of the programs or any knowledge of the potential outcomes. Social Psychology ...


  • The Everyday Journey

    From Depression to Light by

    This book is written for people who are depressed and their families. Depression is defined and the author has located how it works with each of the five aspects of a human being: emotional, physical, mental, spiritual and sexual. The reader is ...


  • Song Over Silence

    A Story About Finding My Voice While Healing Child Incest Abuse by

    In this gripping, unflinching, and ultimately hopeful memoir, author Jill Dyann Bittle shares her harrowing journey of recovery from incest abuse at the hands of her paternal grandfather. She brings light to a dark topic that is often shrouded in ...


  • Be a Change Agent

    Leadership in a Time of Exponential Change by

    Are you painfully aware of the mismatch between outdated approaches and our rapidly evolving world? Dr. Dele Ola looks unflinchingly at the problem of resisting change and offers a wealth of expert guidance on how to embrace positive growth and ...


  • Hometown Asylum

    A History and Memoir of Institutional Care by

    Starting in 1911, and for many years, the Alberta Hospital Ponoka, or AHP, was the largest and highest-population psychiatric institution in the Western Canadian Province of Alberta. It was also located on the outskirts of Jack Martin’s hometown, ...