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  • The Chips Are on the Table

    My Journey Towards Recovery by

    With unflinching honesty, Teddy Assaly shares his journey from self-destructive behaviours to sobriety and recovery. The eldest of eight children, Teddy grew up feeling the pressure to be perfect. Feeling that no matter what he did, he could never ...


  • Depression, Mania, and Psychosis as My Path to Wholeness and Well-Being

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    Mental health issues are a large part of and embedded in our society, and yet it is continually stigmatized. Furthermore, this stigma can create and reinforce mental health issues in itself. In Depression, Mania, and Psychosis as My Path to ...


  • Into and Out of the Spin

    by

    The tall sculpture on the front cover of this book was created from an striking experience the author had in the late 1970s when looking at the news on the TV. In the course of approximately four seconds, a tall young German boy - absent of mind, ...


  • The Pearl and the Hut Volume II

    Anthroposophical Soul Wisdom for Adults with Divorced Parents by

    The Pearl and the Hut, Volume II explores understandings and higher perceptions around the psychological developments and heart challenges of adult child of divorce. The soul-spiritual insights in Rudolf Steiner's human consciousness philosophy, ...


  • The Power of Connection

    How to process emotion in turbulent times. by

    In life, there are many things we cannot control, leaving us feeling powerless and defeated. However, what you can control is how you deal with your emotions. In The Power of Connection, psychologist Dr. Bea Mackay explores mental health by teaching ...


  • Tails from the B Side

    A Dog’s Journal About the C Word, Life and Human Foibles by

    Tails from the B Side is a dog's-eyed view of life from our narrator, Beowulf, a lovable and hilarious canine, who give readers his everyday observations of living with an anxious human in a quirky world. As a therapy dog and “reading tutor,” ...


  • Fumes and Fine Dust

    Working Under Chemical Assault: Neurological Effects by

    In a sense this book wrote itself. Excerpts from journals written over nineteen years of workplace exposure to chemicals depict the images and struggles within a gradually deteriorating brain that had once been completely functional. The author's ...


  • TruthAches

    Everything You Need to Know About Speaking—and Living—Your Truth by

    Do you ever feel like there are words stuck in the back of your throat that you can’t speak, no matter how hard you try? Do you ever avoid people when you have something difficult to say? Do you stop yourself from speaking up because there’s a tiny ...


  • Christians, Depression, and Suicide

    A Message of Hope From My Eight-Year Journey by

    Christians, Depression, and Suicide chronicles the life of missionary Tony Fox, from his gospel-advancing work in Eastern Europe and China to eight years of debilitating major depression followed by his full recovery due to God’s grace and the right ...


  • Being A Teen Is Easy...Said No One Ever!

    overcoming challenge by

    It’s hard to take help when it’s offered to you—trusting someone just off their word isn't the easiest of things. When Bella Hachey was a teenager, she struggled with bullying, anxiety, OCD, depression, panic attacks, and seizures. At the time, ...