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The Mindfulness And Acceptance Workbook For Depression by Kirk Stroosahl
What if you could use your depression as an opportunity to change your life for the better? After all, your symptoms may be signals that something in your life needs to change. Where do you start? This book offers guidance to help you work through - rather than avoid - the aspects of your life that are causing you to feel depressed. (Check Status)
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Welcome To The Jungle: Facing Bipolar Without Freaking Out by Hilary Smith
Going bravely where no other bipolar book has gone before, this book offers devastatingly on-target, honest and funny insights into living with bipolar and answers some of the hardest questions facing people newly diagnosed. (Check Status)
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Looking Out For Number Two by Bryan Vartabedian
A slightly irreverent guide to poo, gas, and other things that come out of your baby. (Check Status)
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Unsafe At Any Meal: What The FDA Does Not Want You To Know About The Foods You Eat by Renee Joy Dufault
Each year, Americans consume food products that contain heavy metals, pesticides, and harmful additives - with the blessing of the FDA. Why is this happening and why have you not heard about it? (Check Status)
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I Have Cancer, Now What? by Carson Boss
Information on how to overcome the shock and fear of diagnosis; how to talk to your spouse and extended family; how to choose the best doctors and what to ask them. (Check Status)
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Guilding Strala: The Yoga Training Manual by Tara Stiles
An exciting and impeccable road map for leaders of all backgrounds and pursuits. Whether you're leading a yoga class or business, supporting your team or your family, this book will uplift and enable your life. (Check Status)
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Our Stroke Of Luck: New Technology Enables Stroke Victims To Make A Full Recovery by J. Gerry Purdy
It is possible for some stroke victims to make a full recovery. The author knows this because his wife, Alicia suffered a stroke and was able to return to her vivacious self. (Check Status)
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Extreme Measures: Finding A Better Path To The End Of Life by Jessica Nutik Zitter
"Dr Zitter builds bridges between patients and caregivers, formulates plans to allay patients' pain and anxiety, and enlists the support of loved ones so that life can end well, even beautifully." (Check Status)
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The China Study by T. Colin Campbell
This expanded edition of Colin and Tom's groundbreaking book includes the latest undeniable evidence of the power of a plant-based diet plus updated information about the changing medical system and the recent surging interest in plant-based nutrition. (Check Status)