Dr. Elaine Aron, a research and clinical psychologist and an HSP herself, helps you grasp the reality of your wonderful trait, understand your past in the light of it, and make the most of it in your future. Drawing on her many years of study and face-to-face time spent with thousands of HSPs, she explains the changes you will need to make in order to lead a fuller, richer life.
A twentieth anniversary edition of the classic self-help guide by the respected rabbi explains how to find comfort and strength in the face of tragedy and the challenges of life and how to understand God's role in recovery. By the author of How Good Do We Have to Be?
From the Facebook COO and #1 New York Times best-selling author of Lean In, and the #1 New York Times best-selling author of Originals comes a book about finding resilience and moving forward after life’s inevitable setbacks.
A neuropsychiatrist reveals the link between certain brain structures and particular psychological problems, in an edition updated to cover the latest cutting-edge discoveries in the field of neuroscience.
An investigation into the effects of exercise on the brain evaluates how aerobic exercise positively influences the progression of such conditions as Alzheimer's disease, ADD, and depression, in a report that shares theory-supporting case studies and the results of a progressive school fitness program.
The Anxiety & Phobia Workbook by Edmund J. by Edmund J. Bourne, Ph.D. A leading expert in cognitive behavioral therapy, in this fully revised and updated seventh edition, offers powerful, step-by-step strategies for those struggling with anxiety and phobias and discusses the latest developments in medication, treatment, neurobiology and more.
This classic, groundbreaking work shows you how to use medically proven mind-body approaches derived from meditation and yoga to counteract stress, establish greater balance of body and mind, and stimulate well-being and healing.
A treasury of wisdom for going on living when we are overcome by pain and difficulties. Pema Chödrön discusses: Using painful emotions to cultivate wisdom, compassion, and courage Communicating so as to encourage others to open up rather than shut down.