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Brain Reboot: New Treatments for Healing Depression
HEAL YOUR DEPRESSION AND REGAIN YOUR LIFE—WITH THREE NEW TOOLS ON THE CUTTING EDGE OF TREATMENT
Everyone feels depressed sometimes. But a sustained lack of energy, a pro-found inability to enjoy life, or an overwhelming sadness that can render unbearable pain may be symptoms of something more. If you suffer from any of these symptoms, you may be one of 300 million people worldwide who have depression.
In Brain Reboot, you’ll learn:
How to get an accurate diagnosis
How to determine what treatment(s) are best for you
The efficacy of ketamine, TMS, and ECT
A clear summary of benefits and potential side effects
Step-by-step information for each treatment and FAQs
Tips for supplementing your recovery with exercise, nutrition, and sleep
Treatments on the horizon
Calm Your Soul: A Year of Spiritual Tranquillity
Calm for your Soul: 365 Days of Spiritual Tranquillity is a collection of spiritual and inspiring writing providing hope and comfort for every single day of the year.
Each page begins with a statement followed by an encouraging thought. Relevant scriptural passages are included for readers who desire a deeper time of reflection.
In this non-intrusive and thoughtful volume, Richard Daly, the successful author of the God’s Little Book series , creates a great resource for creating mental and emotional strength for each day.
Begin your journey at any point of the year, with words that will support your meditation and resonate deeply as part of your personal growth journey.
August in Kabul – America‘s last days in Afghanistan
As night fell on 15 August 2021, the Taliban entered Kabul, capital of Afghanistan. After a 20-year conflict with the United States, its Western allies and a proxy Afghan government, the Islamic militant group once aligned with al Qaeda was about to bury yet another foreign foe in the graveyard of empires.
And for the US, the superpower, this was yet another foreign disaster. As cities and towns fell to the Taliban in rapid succession, Western troops and embassy staff scrambled to flee a country of which its government had lost control.
To the world, Kabul in August looked like Saigon in 1975. August in Kabul is the story of how America’s longest mission came to an abrupt and humiliating end, told through the eyes of Afghans whose lives have been turned upside down: a young woman who harbours dreams of a university education; a presidential staffer who works desperately to hold things together as the government collapses around him; a prisoner in the notorious Bagram Prison who suddenly finds himself free when prison guards abandon their post.
Andrew Quilty was one of a handful of Western journalists who stayed in Kabul as the city fell. This is his first-hand account.
The Chaos Machine: The Inside Story of How Social Media Rewired Our Minds and Our World
From a New York Times investigative reporter and Pulitzer Prize finalist, “an essential book for our times” (Ezra Klein), tracking the high-stakes inside story of how Big Tech’s breakneck race to drive engagement—and profits—at all costs fractured the world
We all have a vague sense that social media is bad for our minds, for our children, and for our democracies. But the truth is that its reach and impact run far deeper than we have understood. Building on years of international reporting, Max Fisher tells the gripping and galling inside story of how Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and other social networks, in their pursuit of unfettered profits, preyed on psychological frailties to create the algorithms that drive everyday users to extreme opinions and, increasingly, extreme actions. As Fisher demonstrates, the companies’ founding tenets, combined with a blinkered focus maximizing engagement, have led to a destabilized world for everyone.
Traversing the planet, Fisher tracks the ubiquity of hate speech and its spillover into violence, ills that first festered in far-off locales to their dark culmination in America during the pandemic, the 2020 election, and the Capitol Insurrection. Through it all, the social-media giants refused to intervene in any meaningful way, claiming to champion free speech when in fact what they most prized were limitless profits. The result, as Fisher shows, is a cultural shift toward a world in which people are polarized not by beliefs based on facts, but by misinformation, outrage, and fear.
His narrative is about more than the villains, however. Fisher also weaves together the stories of the heroic outsiders and Silicon Valley defectors who raised the alarm and revealed what was happening behind the closed doors of Big Tech. Both panoramic and intimate, The Chaos Machine is the definitive account of the meteoric rise and troubled legacy of the tech titans, as well as a rousing and hopeful call to arrest the havoc wreaked on our minds and our world before it’s too late.
We, Hominids: An Anthropological Detective Story
Start from Joy: Trade Shame, Guilt, and Fear for Lasting Change, a Lighter Spirit, and a More Fulfilling Life
“Start from Joy is a proven recipe for living a life that matters.” –Beth and Jeff McCord, founders of Your Enneagram Coach
Breaking old patterns doesn’t have to be so hard.
You’ve heard it before: if you want to change, you have to try harder. Keep pushing through blood, sweat, and tears. Emotions don’t matter.
But what if that’s all a lie? What if there’s a better, healthier way to get life-changing results?
Neal and Carly Samudre believe that joy is what’s missing from our ability to make lasting change in our lives. Building on biblical insights and the latest findings in positive psychology, Start from Joy outlines an emotionally healthy approach to change–one where joy leads the way. This doesn’t mean we choose happiness, become blindly optimistic, or force ourselves to have a positive mindset. Instead, we discover that real, lasting transformation can come free of shame, guilt, and fear. It can be fun.
In Start from Joy, you’ll discover:
Why your bad habits are keeping you stuck–and how you can take steps toward freedom and positive change
How the four gifts of joy can help you stick with healthy patterns
How to heal your relationships with work, money, your body, and other people
Leave shame, guilt, and fear behind–and create the fulfilling life you were always meant to live.
Our Book of Awesome: A Celebration of the Small Joys That Bring Us Together
Welcome to Our Book of Awesome, a celebration of the small joys that bring us together.
In a world that is often overwhelming, it’s time to return to the simple things, the AWESOME things, all around us…if only we take a moment to see them:
-Carrying the ice cube tray from the sink to the freezer without spilling
-Finally unsubscribing from that annoying email you’ve been getting forever
-Seeing your parents dance
-Adding a gift note to yourself on your online order
-Sending a private message during the video conference and then seeing your coworker look down and silently smirk
-When your kids don’t hear you opening a bag of potato chips
-When the hand sanitizer isn’t that extra slippery kind that never dries
-Texting your husband to do something when he’s upstairs and you’re downstairs
-When the cake plops flawlessly out of the pan
These are just a few of the hundreds and hundreds of things you’ll find in this new volume. You’ll also find comments, letters, and submissions from the AWESOME community around the world, leading to a final cacophony of awesome, by all of us, for all of us.
Our Book of Awesome is an injection of joy, a heartfelt gift, and a smacking high five for humanity. Read it to be reminded of the endless AWESOME things that give laughter and happiness to our beautiful and brief lives.