Growing from Depression
Things are not all they seem. This is a book about how depression can have benefits as well as costs, and how to reap those benefits. New chapters include: Returning to the world, The philosophy of happiness, The magic of music, and The 7 types of love. Now also contains a recipe for chicken soup.
If My Heart Had Wings
At the height of WW2, 22-year-old Nina Raff learns that her beloved pilot husband has been killed in plane crash. To escape her grief, she upends her life, moves across country, and plunges into another marriage far too soon. For the next twenty years, she buries her sadness and ignores the past to appease her jealous alcoholic second husband. But when her teenage daughter discovers a long-hidden wedding photo, an unforgettable story of love, heartbreaking loss, oppression, and family secrets tumbles out, compounded by a mystery the daughter is determined to solve.
An Ordinary Dude’s Guide to Meditation
There are hundreds of meditation books out there. Many written by monks, and some written by hippies and spiritual gurus. But how many of these books are written by an ordinary dude? Someone who is just like you: someone who has a day job, whose preferred outfit is jeans and a t-shirt, and enjoys knocking back a few beers on Friday night? I’m as ordinary as they come. The only difference…I’ve been meditating for over 13 years. And I want to show you how you can meditate too—in a straightforward language that any ordinary dude or dudette can understand.