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  • 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,...

  • Forever on Fire

    A Love Letter to Never Fitting in by

    What does it mean to be wired differently? To be what experts describe as “neurodiverse”? Forever on Fire: A Love Letter to Never Fitting In explores these complex and sometimes confounding questions. Author Angela Taylor’s humanizing account of...

  • Brain Mechanisms

    Linking Cognitive Phenomena to Neuron Activity by

    Brain Mechanisms: Linking Cognitive Phenomena to Neuron Activity shows how to understand higher cognition in terms of brain anatomy, physiology and chemistry. Natural selection pressures have resulted in all information processes in the brain...

  • "What Is Not" and "What Is"

    Cultivating Peace of Mind and Inner Freedom; An Exploration in the Practice of Discriminating Wisdom by

    David Fisher invites us to create our own roadmap for life's journey. For any of us feeling trapped by our own thought habits, this gem of a book offers concrete practices for us to get better acquainted with our humanity and to cultivate benefit...

  • Living Your Purpose

    The Heart of NLP by

    Living Your Purpose walks readers through the five principles at the heart of NLP. Neurolinguistic programming (NLP) is the study of how people make change on purpose. In applying NLP to your own life, you simply assume that you have what you...

  • Talk Matters!

    Saving the World One Word at a Time; Solving Complex Issues Through Brain Science, Mindful Awareness and Effective Process by

    We create the present and future in our meetings and conversations every day. What can we do to increase the likelihood that we’re creating a future that we all want? We can start by talking more constructively and productively about what matters...