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    This little volume (the result of meditation and experience) is not intended as an exhaustive treatise on the much-written-upon subject of the power of thought. It is suggestive rather than explanatory, its object being to stimulate men and women to the discovery and perception of the truth that— “They themselves are makers of themselves” ...
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    For centuries the treatment of psychiatric illness was rooted in superstition and misunderstanding. Even today fear, shame, and guilt haunt the family and friends of the mentally ill. This book is designed to give the general reader accurate information about mental illness—a disease like any other, but one which happens to affect the nervous ...
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    This past weekend, I lost a friend to suicide. Despondent over painful issues in his personal and family life, this man – a well-respected businessman who was loved and respected by hundreds – ended his own life. Trey Pennington was a friend and social media collaborator, someone I had begun to know over recent years and wanted to know mu...
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    Ah, high school, the ‘glory days’ as some would call them. For most people, those are best times of a persons life. Going to school and hanging out with your peers. After school activities with your closest friends. Sleep overs. Parties. Good times. No jobs. No spouses. No worries. The best of times. Like I said, for most people. Don’t get...
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    Think you know what thought is? What about stress? Does positive thinking improve our health, our wealth, our well-being? Dr Caroline Leaf, a prolific and popular Christian author, teaches that “75 to 98 percent of mental, physical, and behavioural illness comes from ones thought life”, that “stress is a direct result of toxic thinking”,...
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    Traditional approaches to the most common Mental Health conditions treat the symptoms, not the cause. In this book, not only do I explain what is causing many of the most common conditions, but I also explain how to recover quickly and effectively - without even talking to anyone. The techniques I reveal will not work for everyone, but they will fo...
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    This report presents a psychological perspective on the experiences that are commonly thought of as psychosis, or sometimes schizophrenia. It complements parallel reports on the experiences commonly thought of as bipolar disorder1 and depression. These experiences include hearing voices (‘hallucinations’), believing things that others find str...
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    Living Bipolar is a collection of stories of bipolar people, and uses their experience, strength, and hope as a guide to recovery for managing the highs and lows in order to live healthy and fulfilling lives. Living Bipolar also shares stories of families and friends to help everyone better understand how to live healthy and fulfilling lives with t...
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    Numerous studies have demonstrated the effectiveness of cognitive behavioral group therapy in reducing depressive symptoms and increasing functioning in depressed clients. The available evidence favours homogeneous group composition and structured, time-limited iInterventions (Beck, 1979). Covi and Lipman (1987) demonstrated a significant superiori...