Our New World of Adult Bullies: How to Spot Them, How to Stop Them by Bill Eddy

In today’s world, we all may have an adult bully in our lives sooner or later. For anyone who has a bully in their life now, for professionals who counsel victims of bullying, and for anyone who is concerned about the fraying of our culture and society, Eddy gives effective strategies to prevent bullies from taking over.

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Our New World of Adult Bullies: How to Spot Them, How to Stop Them, Bill Eddy

Tender Paws: How Science-Based Parenting Can Transform Our Relationship with Dogs, Wendy Lyons Sunshine

Heidi Across America: One Woman’s Journey on a Bicycle Through the Heartland, Heidi Beierle

The Mother-Daughter Relationship Makeover, Leslie and Lindsey Glass

The Happiness Formula, Alphonsus Obayuwana, MD

Sleep Well, Take Risks, Squish the Peas, Hasan Merali

The Journey: How to Prepare Kids for a Competitive and Changing World, Greg Kaplan

Rightsize Today to Create Your Best Life Tomorrow, Marni Jameson

You Don’t Have to Change to Change Everything, Beth Kurland

The Success Guidebook, Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino

It’s Not Your Fault: The Subconscious Reasons We Self-Sabotage and How to Stop, Laura K. Connell

The Owner’s Manual to Life: Simple Strategies To Worry Less and Enjoy Life More, Michael Zajaczkowski

Aftershock: How Past Events Shake Up Your Life Today, Dr. Geri-Lynn Utter, Psy.D.

Street Smart Safety for Women: Your Guide to Defensive Living, Joy Farrow and Laura Frombach

The Plant-Based Diabetes Cookbook: 125+ Nourishing Recipes to Satisfy Every Taste Bud, Jackie Newgent, RDN, CDN

Necessary Death, Chris Grosso & Preston Fassel

Becoming Psychic, Jeff Tarrant, Phd, BCN

The News Beat

The Journey by Greg Kaplan

Fox KTVU, June 20, 2024

College admissions expert explains shifting mindset for both parents and students.

Skyrocketing tuition, mounting student debt and fierce competition in the race for college admissions. That’s the reality for families with college-aged children. However, one college counselor and author is challenging parents to shift their focus from getting their kids into college, to making sure they are prepared for the future. Greg Kaplan joined us on ‘The Nine’  for more insight. … More

You Don’t Have to Change to Change Everything by Beth Kurland 

GreaterGoodBerkeley.edu, Mind & Body, Beth Kurland, March 25, 2024

Three Ways to Navigate Difficult Emotions.

We can soothe and care for ourselves when there’s a painful gap between the way things are and the way we want them to be. … More

The Success Guidebook by Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino

AspireMag.net, April 2024

The Success Guidebook was included in the Aspire Magazine Top 10 Inspirational Books list for April 2024. … More

Heidi Across America by Heidi Beierle

King 5 Seattle, New Day NW, April 29, 2024

Bellingham author recounts cross-country bike trip in new book.

Heidi Beierle’s Heidi Across America tells the story of the bicycle trip she took from Eugene, Oregon to Washington D.C. in 2008.. … More

The Mother-Daughter Relationship Makeover by Leslie and Lindsey Glass.

Oprah Daily, Rosie Hopegood, May 10, 2024

Two Sides of a Major Mother-Daughter Fallout.

Lindsey and Leslie Glass were estranged for four years. They share how they broke apart, and found each other again. … More

Sleep Well, Take Risks, Squish the Peas by Hasan Merali, M.D.

BreakfastTelevision.ca, Lisa and Devo

These are the lessons toddlers teach us every day.

Liza and Devo sit down with pediatrician Dr. Hasan Merali to talk about the benefits of incorporating more joy, curiosity and ease in our daily lives. … Mor

The Happiness Formula by Alphonsus Obayuwana

newsweek.com, Pandora Dewan, February 3, 2024

Doctor Reveals the Five Simple Steps He Takes Daily to Be Happy

Everyone wants to be happy. And yet, according to recent Harris Poll surveys, only one third of Americans say that they are. Work pressure, financial stress and loneliness are just a few things that hold us back from being truly happy. But, according to experts, these stressors may be counteracted by simple daily steps to improve our overall happiness. … More

Rightsize Today to Create Your Best Life Tomorrow by Marni Jameson

Nowcast WESH.com, January 2, 2024

Getting organized in 2024

Nationally recognized home design columnist Marni Jameson explains why a clean home is so beneficial to life. … More

Free Your Joy by Lisa McCourt

Forbes.com, Editor’s Pick, Caroline Ceniza-Levine, December 4, 2023

Free Your Joy picked as one of 6 new books for career-minded folks on your holiday gift list

Lisa McCourt offers a full-year curriculum on being happier. McCourt includes a year’s worth of exercises designed to bring more joy into your life. This would be a great book to work through with a buddy, if you’re looking to raise your optimism level and positive thinking. Law of Attraction and manifesting is a key theme in McCourt’s work, so more suited to those gift recipients with an open mind such topics. … More

Necessary Death by Preston Fassel and Chris Grosso

Rue-Morgue.com, Kevin Hoover, December 3, 2023

Interview: Necessary Death filters the human condition through a horror lens

There was a point in time when horror’s ability to shed light on the tribulations synonymous with the human condition seemed novel. Yet, in the decades since a strong black lead helmed a group of white folks trapped inside a farmhouse fighting an unyielding onslaught against the undead and racial prejudices, horror entertainment has continuously positioned itself as a powerful voice against real-world injustices. Unfortunately, sometimes the monsters look nothing like we expected them to. … More

Aftershock by Geri-Lynn Utter, PsyD

MainLineTonight.com, 2023

Montgomery County Psychologist is a Mental Health Superhero

When Dr. Geri-Lynn Utter, PsyD. says you can do something – grapple with past trauma, reverse the course of generational addiction, talk to your kids about gut-wrenchingly difficult topics – you believe her. Because she has done those very things … and so much more. … More

It’s Not Your Fault by Laura K. Connell

WFLA.com, Bloom TV,  November 27, 2023

Navigating the Holiday Season with a Dysfunctional Family: Insights from a trauma expert

Understanding Dysfunctional Family Dynamics Laura K. Connell emphasizes the link between adult self-sabotage and childhood trauma. She explains how coping mechanisms developed in childhood, such as people-pleasing, can lead to a lack of boundaries and unhealthy relationships in adulthood. This insight is crucial in understanding why certain patterns emerge within families, especially during the emotionally charged holiday season. … More

Becoming Psychic by Jeff Tarrant, PhD, BCN

Best of Cost to Coast AM, Omny.FM, November 7, 2023

Host George Noory interviews Dr. Jeff Tarrant

Dr. Tarrant discusses his scientific research into psychic abilities, the benefits of using technology and meditation to enhance psychic abilities, and how to use your psychic abilities in everyday life.  … More

The Plant-Based Diabetes Cookbook by Jackie Newgent, RDN, CDN

Martita Mestey, Authority Magazine, Medium, October 2, 2023

How Jackie Newgent is Helping to Promote Health Eating

In this interview series, called “Chefs and Restaurateurs Helping To Promote Healthy Eating” we are talking to chefs and restaurateurs who are helping to promote and raise awareness about healthy eating. The purpose of the series is to amplify their message and share insights about healthy eating with our readers. As a part of this series, we had the distinct pleasure of interviewing Jackie Newgent, RDN, CDN.  … More

Whole Mama Yoga by Alexandra DeSiato and Lauren Sacks

WBUR.org, September 11, 2023

Whole Mama Yoga book encourages moms to lean on the practice throughout parenting.

Every stage of motherhood offers a variety of conflicting emotions. And parents may feel like they never have a second to catch their breath. But breathing — deeply, in and out — is part of the way Alexandra DeSiato and Lauren Sacks teach parents how to navigate those complicated feelings. The pair of yoga teachers from North Carolina wrote“Whole Mama Yoga: Meditation, Mantra and Movement for Pregnancy and Beyond offering yoga sequences for every stage of pregnancy, from pre-natal to post-partum.  … More

The Owner’s Manual to Life by Michael Zajaczkowski

WGNTV.com, September 10, 2023

Worry Less!

Author of The Owner’s Manual to Life‘ and therapist Michael Zajaczkowsi joins WGN Weekend Morning News to share tips on how to worry less and live a better life  … More

Up the Down Escalator by Lisa Doggett, M.D.

The Austin Chronicle, Daily News, September 5, 2023

From Provider to Patient: Lisa Doggett’s New Book Chronicles Her MS Journey

Austin author examines medicine, motherhood, and multiple sclerosis. She is the daughter of U.S. Congressman Lloyd Doggett and education advocate Libby Doggett, and she’s the mother of two daughters.  She is a family physician and has been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, an autoimmune condition that affects the spinal cord and central nervous system. She has completed two marathons and biked over 640 miles through participation in four MS 150 Bike Tours.  … More

Up the Down Escalator by Lisa Doggett, M.D.

Texas Today, August 15, 2023

A journey from Doctor to Patient, Wellness to Illness

In the heart of Texas, where the scorching sun gives way to legendary tales, resides a woman whose journey encapsulates the essence of humanity, the fragility of health, and the tenacity of the human spirit. Lisa Doggett, a native of Texas, has been a beacon of hope, understanding, and relentless pursuit for her patients and herself.  … More

Free Your Joy by Lisa McCourt

Bloom Tampa Bay, August 11, 2023

Turning a New Leaf: How to make sure your new leaf doesn’t look like your old one

The Founder of Joy School and Author of “Free Your Joy: The 12 Keys to Sustainable Happiness,” Lisa McCourt, joined Gayle Guyardo, the host of the global health and wellness show, Bloom, with tips on how to make sure your “new leaf” doesn’t look like your old one. … More

Lost and Broken by Congressman Adam Smith

The Washington Post, August 5, 2023

A congressman’s story of anxiety, pain and struggling to get help

It took me over six years to figure out the exact cause of these conditions and to find the right treatments — but thankfully I did.  … More

Street Smart Safety for Women by Joy Farrow and Laura Frombach

8NewsNow.com KLAS Las Vegas, August 1, 2023

Life-saving tools for women from a retired Deputy Sheriff

With nearly 30 years of experience in law enforcement, Joy Farrow, a retired Deputy Sheriff, said enough was enough. “I was consistently seeing women put themselves in terrible situations; being attacked and handling the same calls over and over again.” She and another expert wrote Street Smart Safety, a book giving women all the tools to be persuasion-proof, listen to safety intuition, and not be “so darned nice.”  … More

Lost and Broken by Congressman Adam Smith

Newsweek, July 25, 2023

I’m a U.S. Congressman. I hid a big secret for a long time

I woke up one morning in early April of 2016 and seriously considered the possibility that I might never be able to get out of bed. Could I ever find the strength, courage, and focus to just get up?  … More

I’m Just Saying by Milan Kordestani

WFLA.com, Tampa, April 20, 2023

Courteous Communication In A Divided World

Milan Kordestani, Founder and Author of I’m Just Saying: The Art of Civil Discourse: a Guide to Maintaining Courteous Communication in an Increasingly Divided World joins Gayle Guyardo the host of the nationally syndicated health and wellness show Bloom to talk about his book and what prompted him to write it.  … More

From Junkie to Judge by Mary Beth O’Connor

January 3, 2023  KTVU.com

Dry January could be the kickstart you need in the new year. 

Taking a break from alcohol for a month could benefit your mental and physical health. She Recovers Foundation Director, Mary Beth O’Connor explains the importance of “going dry” and shares her own journey from addiction to becoming a Federal Judge.  More

The Anxiety Audit by Lynn Lyons

Lynn Lyons, November 28, 2022 OPRAHdaily.com

The Question Every Anxious Person Needs to Ask Themselves 

Is your coping strategy self-care or self-medication?  More

The Anxiety Audit by Lynn Lyons

GMA (Good Morning America), October 24, 2022

How families can deal with and break patterns of anxiety.

Psychotherapist Lynn Lyons is out with the new book, “The Anxiety Audit,” and parenting expert Rachel Simmons will share tips for parents to model how to manage anxiety. … More

Chase the Bears by Ric Keller

Staff Report, Oct 14 2022, The Oklahoma City Sentinel

Ric Keller learned to ‘Chase the Bears’. Now he says to Forget the Critics: Pinpoint Your Gifts, Set Goals and Make Them Happen

Orlando, Florida — Former Congressman Ric Keller learned a valuable lesson from his four years in pre-med: that he didn’t like the sight of blood. “In terms of my gifts, I knew I loved public speaking, that I could take complicated things and communicate them in a way that is easy to understand, and that I loved using humor to relax people and build rapport,” Keller writes in his new book, ‘Chase the Bears: Little Things to Achieve Big Dreams.’ Logic told him to continue on to medical school. Intuition tugged him toward law and politics. … More

Be The One You Need by Sophia A. Nelson

Sophia A. Nelson, June 7, 2022, MSNBC.com

What I Learned Taking Care of Everyone But Me

Sophia shares her Covid-era struggles and the three life-changing questions every woman must ask herself. … More

Nourish by Reshma Shah and Brenda Davis

Houston Family Magazine, January 20, 2021

5 Easy Steps to Shift Your Family Towards a More Plant-Centered Diet

For some families, the thought of moving towards a more plant-centered might feel overwhelming if not impossible. Whether it’s picky eaters, busy schedules, or limited resources, many factors can get in the way. … More

Fighting Infertility by Samantha Busch

Tricia Despres, December 10, 2020 PEOPLE.com

Samantha Busch Feared Marriage to Kyle Busch ‘Wasn’t Going to Make It’ During Infertility Struggles 

“We were fighting every single day about everything.”  More

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