FriesenPress

© 2020 FriesenPress, Inc. All rights reserved.



Categories

  • Launching Solo

    The First Year of Single People’s Retirement by

    Contrary to simplistic portrayals of either blissful relaxation or bewildered depression, adjusting to retirement is every bit as complex and ambiguous as life’s other transitions. In Launching Solo, six retirees describe what actually happened ...


  • The Addiction Recovery Handbook

    Understanding Addiction and Culture and Creating a Prosperous Human Spirit by

    What Richard Clark presents in The Addiction Recovery Handbook: Understanding Addiction and Culture is long overdue. Since 1939, Bill Wilson’s important and influential books, Alcoholics Anonymous and AA’s Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions, have ...


  • 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 ...


  • Psychiatry Declining

    Myths, Neuroscience and the Loss of Self by

    People suffering from mental illnesses are among the most vulnerable of our society’s unfortunates. They deserve our support and care. While the clinical care they receive from front-line psychiatrists and other clinicians is generally good in the ...


  • The Truth About Suicide

    by

    Take an enticing and raw look into the reality of mental health illnesses and the care system put in place. Follow a young woman on her adventure to finding her self. Full of emotion and personal experience. Showing an in depth look to mental health ...


  • Getting Here From There

    The First 10 years by

    Learn to tell your truth from a reflective, honest, nonreactive prospective. Recently retired from a challenging legal career, Clara Atmane was asking the big questions: Who am I now? Why am I here now? Why am I still so lonely? Digging into the ...


  • My Colour-Coded Life

    Living with Schizoaffective Disorder by

    My Colour-Coded Life is an autobiography of one brave woman’s life weighed down with mental illness. Using a pseudonym and changed names for legal reasons, the author shares her fascinating experiences. The story begins with her distrust of her ...


  • How Could She Do It?....?

    by

    We’ve all heard horror stories of sexual abuse, incest, and rape ... and we’ve heard stories even more horrific, wherein children are conceived in this violence and violation. But what happens when these children are born of children? Children who ...


  • The Transparent Temple

    by

    When the needs of a struggling and drug-addicted community are pitted against the economic interests of a city, the outcome is rarely in question. Money wins. In The Transparent Temple, a determined group of recovering addicts are hoping to be the ...


  • Welcome to California

    From L.A. County Jail to #1 in Sales by

    A stunning, funny, and heartbreaking memoir, Welcome to California recalls one woman’s diagnosis with bipolar disorder, which ultimately leads to her wrongful and traumatic incarceration in the Los Angeles County jail system. At age thirty-one, ...