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What Do You Use To Help Your Body?: Maggie Explores the World of Disabilities

What Do You Use to Help Your Body

In this 28-page book, written by Jewel Kats for children (published by Loving Healing Press, 2011), we see a little girl named Maggie is taking a walk outside with her mom and they meet a number of people whom Maggie asks one question: “what do you use to help your body?” The book shows with […]

Teddy Bear Princess: A Story about Sharing and Caring

Teddy Bear Princess

A short and sweet book for toddlers, Teddy Bear Princess (Marvelous Spirit Press, 2013) by Jewel Kats tells the story of a girl named Teddy bear Princess who lives in a castle in the forest and has a peaceful and fun life with simple, innocent pleasures. Teddy Bear Princess has beautiful full-page illustrations – from […]

God’s Graffiti

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  God’s Graffiti Inspiring Stories for Teens By Reverend Romal Tune Judson Press Paperback, $13.99 184 pages ISBN: 978-0-8170-1733-0 Book Review by Kam Williams   “I was raised in poverty, surrounded by drug dealers, gangs and community violence. My mother was addicted to crack cocaine and alcohol. I rarely went to church… [Yet] somehow God’s grace found […]

Cinderella’s Magical Wheelchair – An Empowering Story for Children with Special Needs

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Major accidents, injuries, and illnesses in early life, all have the debilitating potential to run rings of fear around a child and imprison them in a cage of low-self-esteem and negative self-image. Here is one book for children that liberates them from fear and brings them the message of hope and confidence. Winner of the […]

‘Repair for KIDS’ to be Used in Group Therapy for Kids

Repair for Kids

Marjorie McKinnon’s book Repair for Kids: A Children’s Program for Recovery from Incest and Childhood Sexual Abuse (Loving Healing Press, 2008) will now be used in a therapy group for children in Atlanta, GA. The therapy group is supervised by Joyce Carroll, an experienced, certified health counselor and recovery trainer. Recovering the Self had the […]

Twenty Tips for Successful Living by Diane Wing

The True Nature of Energy

Diane Wing’s latest book The True Nature of Energy: Transforming Anxiety into Tranquility (Marvelous Spirit Press, 2013) lets readers gain a fresh perspective using the energies around them and harnessing the power at their fingertips, ultimately creating tranquility in their life. The following tips for successful living are included in the 10th chapter of her […]

Coming Home: Challenges of Returning Veterans

Coming Home

The following excerpt has been adopted from George W. Doherty’s latest book Coming Home: Challenges of Returning Veterans (Rocky Mountain Region DMH Institute Press, 2013). The book discusses veterans in rural communities facing unique challenges and who will step up to help. More information about the institute can be accessed online at its website Learn […]

Ain’t Nothing Like Freedom

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  Ain’t Nothing Like Freedom by Cynthia McKinney Clarity Press Paperback, $19.95 290 pages, Illustrated ISBN: 978-0-9853353-1   Book Review by Kam Williams   “Elected six times to the House from the state of Georgia, Cynthia McKinney cut a trail through Congressional deceit like a hot ember through ash. She discovered legislators who passed laws without reading […]

Welcome to Goodnight, Virginia!

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  Welcome to Goodnight, Virginia! What’s a Witch to Do? by Jennifer Harlow is FANtastic!   In Goodnight, Virginia there is a witch who has a seriously busy life. Between raising her younger sister’s kids who were left on her doorstep by her sister to being the High Priestess of the largest coven in North […]

Beyond Psychology: Person-Centered Techniques Put You Back in Control of Your Destiny

Beyond Psychology

The following excerpt makes the Introduction of the book Beyond Psychology: An Introduction to Metapsychology, 4th Edition (Applied Metapsychology International Press, 2013) by Frank A. Gerbode. ~ ~ ~ In any discussion concerning help, it is necessary to clarify who or what is being helped and who is to decide what constitutes “help”. A policeman, […]