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‘Finding the Point of Equilibrium: Schizo-Affective Disorder and Wellbeing, Living the Paradox’

Béatrice Walsh’s ‘Finding the Point of Equilibrium: Schizo-Affective Disorder and Wellbeing, Living the Paradox’ is an evocative memoir that embarks on a profound exploration of mental health and resilience. Walsh fearlessly shares her journey through the intricate complexities of schizo-affective disorder, weaving a narrative of self-discovery and ultimate healing. This compelling odyssey traverses themes of

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Choose Bliss

“Choose Bliss: The Power and Practice of Joy and Contentment” by Moneeka Sawyer offers readers an ultimate guide to building authentic happiness. The book opens with a compelling invitation, posing four questions that resonate with anyone seeking a more joyful and fulfilling life. Sawyer asserts that happiness is a choice and endeavors to guide readers

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Stained Glass

“Plenty of people who are in prayer groups at church have secretly watched and enjoyed Fifty Shades of Grey. However, they don’t feel that they can share that about themselves at church or in those groups. So they don’t share. And that they don’t feel that they can share that part of themselves is a

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Stories of Survival

In Andrew Spriggs’ compelling book, “Stories of Survival,” readers are invited into a world where fictional characters triumph over mental ill-health, showcasing the unwavering strength of the human spirit. This remarkable collection serves as a beacon of hope and reassurance, illuminating the path forward for those grappling with the seemingly insurmountable challenges of mental health

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Learning to Fish in the Twenty-First Century: Navigating the Career Waters to Find and Land a Choice Position

In a world where the adage “If you give a man a fish, you will feed him for a day. If you teach a man to fish, you will feed him for a lifetime” resonates profoundly, Donna Chlopak’s book, “Learning to Fish in the Twenty-First Century,” emerges as a transformative guide for navigating the complex

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Clays Endless Dream

George Mills, a seasoned author with three previous works under his belt, including “As the Journey Begins” and “The Footprints of an American Soldier,” takes readers on a captivating journey in his latest novel, “Clay’s Endless Dream.” Hailing from a small town nestled between national parks in the southeastern region, Mills brings a wealth of

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Plausible Liars 

Lin Wilder, known for her expertise in non-fiction, has ventured into the world of fiction with her fifth installment in the Lindsey McCall medical mystery series, “Plausible Liars.” Delve into Wilder’s innovative narrative, which intricately navigates into the complexities of transgender politics and courtroom drama, offering readers a unique perspective on these themes. Wilder’s transition

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