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A life spent listening / Khalili, Hassan.

Hassan Khalili talks about his life listening to people as a psychotherapist in Newfoundland.

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Declutter your mind : how to stop worrying, relieve anxiety, and eliminate negative thinking / Scott, S. J.

Details the habits, actions, and mindsets you can use to clean up the mental clutter that might be holding you back from being more focused and mindful. S.J. Scott and Barrie Davenport show how to change a specific aspect of your life that might be causing you to feel stressed or overwhelmed. This book is for anyone who recognizes how their untamed thoughts are interfering with their focus, productivity, happiness, and peace of mind.

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Different after you : rediscovering yourself and healing after grief and trauma / Hernandez, Michele Neff.

"Empowers people who have experienced a life-altering trauma to grieve what they've lost, identify what they've gained, and embrace the person they've become through the process"--Provided by publisher.

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Do I feel better yet? : questionable attempts at self-care and existing in general / Trebenski, Madeleine.

"If you've ever expressed even the slightest bit of dissatisfaction with the current state of your life, you've inevitably gotten the response, "Have you tried meditation? A 12-step skin care routine? Nature bathing? This very specific currently trending herbal supplement? Exercise? Joining a cult? Joining an exercise cult?" And a variety of other helpful suggestions. This book explores these topics with intellectual essays like "I'm Moving to the Woods to Live in a Nightmare Shack" and "Please Try Our Irresponsibly Expensive Make-up Stick." It also features some incredibly important guides like, "How to Tell if Your Underwear is Expensive Enough" and "Do You Want a Snack or Are You Just Horny?" As well as some weird stories about fictional men who may or may not have ruined the author's chances of ever having a functional relationship. But, most importantly, if you learn anything from this book, it's that a $72 ceramic mug made by a Portland artisan is not going to change your life"--Provided by publisher.

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Frazzlebrain : break free from anxiety, anger, and stress using advanced discoveries in neuropsychology / Schneider, Gina Simmons.

"Drawing from the latest research and more than 25 years of clinical experience, Dr. Gina Simmons Schneider explains the link between anxiety, anger, and stress and shares groundbreaking remedies from neuropsychology"

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Future tense : why anxiety is good for you (even though it feels bad) / Dennis-Tiwary, Tracy.

"A psychologist confronts our pervasive misunderstanding of anxiety and presents a new framework for reimagining and reclaiming the confounding emotion as the advantage it evolved to be"--Provided by publisher.

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Generation dread : finding purpose in an age of climate crisis / Wray, Britt

Climatic changes -- Psychological aspects.
Environmental psychology
Human beings -- Effect of climate on
Human ecology -- Psychological aspects.
Global environmental change -- Psychological aspects.

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Healing through yoga : transform loss into empowerment / Denniston, Paul.

"Use yoga movement, breath, and sound to release pain and suffering without expectation or judgment and to reconnect to life, love, and strength. Grief Yoga is a concentrated and gentle opening and stretching of the body with a deep connection to the breath. Through meditations, clear compassionate instruction, and informative photographs, Healing Through Yoga helps readers process their grief and use it as fuel for transformative healing"--Provided by publisher.

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How to live like the Little Prince : a grown-up's guide to rediscovering imagination, adventure, and awe / Garnier, Stéphane

"In How to Live Like the Little Prince you will rediscover your inner-child's gaze. Free yourself from the judgement of others, agree to be misunderstood sometimes, and take time to live: these are the leitmotifs of the Little Prince who will guide you to a more serene life. This international sensation which has already sold into 10 countries will teach readers how to live like the little prince, with wisdom on reconnecting to child-like dreams and protecting those dreams, understanding how to love, remaining humble, and remembering what is really important in life"--Provided by publisher.