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Dr. Frank Lawlis
Retraining the Brain

Stress relief from New York Times bestselling author and the chief content advisor for the Dr. Phil show

With his bestselling books, Frank Lawlis has brought psychological relief to millions. In Retraining the Brain, he addresses one of the most common challenges of everyday life – dealing with stress and anxiety.

Dr. Lawlis clearly explains the neurological factors that make stress so traumatizing and lays out a powerful plan for changing our brains to improve the way we cope. The secret is to take advantage of our brain plasticity, our ability to essentially reprogram the way we think simply by following this forty-five-day program to change our behavior. Drawing on his work at his renowned clinic, Dr. Lawlis takes us through the different types of stressors and shows how we can apply the principles of brain plasticity to hardwire new, healthier response patterns. With its simple but effective exercises, Retraining the Brain offers an exciting new method for reducing stress and increasing our overall happiness.

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Alexis Brink

You might be surprised to learn that the majority of today’s most common ailments can be alleviated naturally by restoring and harmonizing blocked, stagnant energy. The art of Jin Shin, based on the Japanese healing art of energy medicine, explains all the basics of this healing art and provides you with the knowledge you need to practice it on yourself. Whether you desire a deeper understanding of the body/mind/spirit connection or want to create a daily Jin Shin maintenance routine the power is literally at your fingertips.

Catherine Birndorf, MD & Alexandra Saks, MD

In What No One Tells You, two of America’s top reproductive psychiatrists provide a psychological and hormonal backstory to the complicated emotions that women experience. They provide a practical guide to help new mothers feel less guilt and more self-esteem, less isolation and more kinship, less resentment and more intimacy, less exhaustion and more pleasure, and learn other tips to navigate the ups and downs of this exciting, demanding time.

Susan Packard

Susan introduces us to successful people, and companies, that are rich with ‘connector’ emotions like hope, empathy and trust-building. She tackles unconventional topics, like how workaholism keeps us emotionally adolescent, and how forgiveness belongs in the workplace too. She shares her EQ Fit-catalyzed success at HGTV and the stories of the executives she coaches in mindfulness and other emerging techniques, and she teaches an ‘inside out’ practice of self-discovery, which helps you uncover unproductive emotions, and dispel them.

Jillian Michaels

With Master Your Metabolism, Jillian Michaels showed us how to take control of the metabolic machinery underneath our weight and health struggles. Now she’s ahead of the curve again — conquering the mayhem, myths, and misunderstandings associated with aging. After all, if you can decide your weight, why not your age? Scientists and doctors have identified six major age inciters: metabolism, damaged macromolecules, epigenetics, inflammation, stress adaptation, and telomeres. The 6 Keys presents an ageless health, fitness, and beauty plan that addresses all six of them – and gets them working for you instead of against you.

Kristine Carlson

In 2006, after building the bestselling franchise Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff with her husband Richard, Kristine Carlson faced a shattering loss―the sudden death of her beloved spouse. Woven together with the remarkable stories of others’ loss and recovery, her deeply moving story reveals a clear process of healing that is common to everyone and goes far beyond ordinary prescriptions for getting through hard times. In her new book, From Heartbreak to Wholeness, Kristine offers a life-altering map for navigating the heroic journey from loss to joy―one that ultimately awakens readers to a deep love affair with life. Every day, people suffer heartbreaks of some kind―loss of a loved one, divorce, illness, loss of a job or home―and seek to understand why these losses and traumas have befallen them and how they’ll make it through in one piece. For readers who have endured loss of any kind, Kristine takes them by the hand, showing them how to traverse their own jagged edge of growth and emerge as the hero whole, happy, and empowered.

Michael Roizen, MD

New York Times best-selling author Dr. Michael Roizen reveals how the food choices you make each day – and when you make them – can affect your health, your energy, your sex life, your waistline, your attitude, and the way you age. What if eating two cups of blueberries a day could prevent cancer? If drinking a kale-infused smoothie could counteract missing an hour’s worth of sleep? When is the right time of day to eat that chocolate chip cookie? And would you actually drink that glass of water if it meant skipping the gym? This revolutionary guide reveals how to use food to enhance our personal and professional lives – and increase longevity to boot. Dr Michael Roizen and preventive medicine specialist, Michael Crupain, offer readers choices that benefit them the most – whether it’s meals to help them look and feel younger or snacks that prevent diseases – based on the science that governs them.

Mel Robbins

What if the secret to having the confidence and courage to enrich your life and work is simply knowing how to push yourself? Mel Robbins will explain the power of a “push moment.” Then, she’ll give you one simple tool you can use to become your greatest self. It takes just five seconds to use this tool, and every time you do you’ll be in great company.

Mark Hyman, MD

Even the most health conscious among us have a hard time figuring out what to eat in order to lose weight, stay fit, and improve our health. When it comes to diet, there’s so much changing and conflicting information flying around that it’s impossible to know where to look for sound advice. And decades of misguided “common sense,” food-industry lobbying, bad science, and corrupt food polices and guidelines have only deepened our crisis of nutritional confusion, leaving us overwhelmed and anxious when we head to the grocery store. Dr. Mark Hyman sets the record straight. In Food: What the Heck Should I Eat?, he takes a close look at every food group and explains what we’ve gotten wrong, revealing which foods nurture our health and which pose a threat.

Gretchen Rubin

Gretchen Rubin realized that by asking the question,”how do I respond to expectations?, we gain explosive self-knowledge. She discovered that based on their answer, people fit into four tendencies: upholders, questioners, obligers, and rebels, and that our tendency shapes every aspect of our behavior. Using this framework allows us to make better decisions, meet deadlines, suffer less stress, and engage more effectively. With sharp insight, compelling research, and hilarious examples, The Four Tendencies will help you get happier, healthier, more productive, and more creative. It’s far easier to succeed when you know what works for you.

Catherine Birndorf MD

In What No One Tells You, two of America’s top reproductive psychiatrists provide a road map for mothers-to-be, detailing the complicated emotions that bubble up and explaining the psychological and hormonal backstory as to why. With 30 years of combined experience counseling mothers, they show why it’s natural for “matrescence”—the birth of a mother—to be as stressful and transformative a period as adolescence. Here, finally, is the first ever practical guide to help new mothers feel less guilt and more self-esteem, less isolation and more kinship, less resentment and more intimacy, less exhaustion and more pleasure, and learn other tips to navigate the ups and downs of this exciting, demanding time.

Allison Carmen

Maybe is a simple yet powerful philosophy that has transformed Allison Carmen’s life. The message is this: In the face of uncertainty, maybe opens your mind and heart. It creates a little space for hope. It allows you to take a deep breath, stay in the present, and forge your own path. Many things in life are beyond our control, but the mindset of Maybe presents a simple, powerful way to stay connected to what’s possible, and work to make it happen. It is just one change of perspective, but Maybe it changes everything!

Amy Collins

Mothers often feel they need to teach their newborns everything, but when they become aware of how their infants are also teaching them, the mother/child relationship flourishes even more. This book seeks to help you build a solid foundation with your child as it redefines our typical perspective of infants. Instead of feeling like only we teach them, Amy encourages you to observe how your newborn is also teaching you. She shares personal accounts about what core attributes she learned from her babies. Developing these key qualities help moms deepen their faith and stay grounded – even sane at times – as they bump up against the craziness in the world and help their children navigate through it.

don Miguel Ruiz

In The Four Agreements, bestselling author don Miguel Ruiz reveals the source of self-limiting beliefs that rob us of joy and create needless suffering. Based on ancient Toltec wisdom, The Four Agreements offer a powerful code of conduct that can rapidly transform our lives to a new experience of freedom, true happiness, and love.

Nick Vujucic

Born without arms or legs, Nick Vujicic overcame his disabilities to live an independent, rich, fulfilling, and “ridiculously good” life while serving as a role model for anyone seeking true happiness. Now an internationally successful motivational speaker, Nick eagerly spreads his central message: the most important goal is to find your life’s purpose and to never give up, despite whatever difficulties or seemingly impossible odds stand in your way. Nick tells the story of his physical disabilities and the emotional battle he endured while learning to deal with them.

Dan Buettner

Dan Buettner reveals the surprising secrets of what makes the world’s happiest places—and shows you how to apply these lessons to your own life. You’ll find game-changing tools drawn from global research and expert insights for achieving maximum fulfillment. Discover the three strands of happiness—pleasure, purpose, and pride—that feature prominently in the world’s happiest places. Learn science-based strategies for setting up a “life radius” of community, work, home, and self to create healthier, happiness-boosting habits for the long-term.

Gary Chapman

Falling in love is easy. Staying in love — that’s the challenge. How can you keep your relationship fresh and growing amid the demands, conflicts, and just plain boredom of everyday life? In the #1 New York Times bestseller The 5 Love Languages, you’ll discover the secret that has transformed millions of relationships worldwide. Whether your relationship is flourishing or failing, Gary Chapman’s proven approach to showing and receiving love will help you experience deeper and richer levels of intimacy with your partner—starting today. The 5 Love Languages is as practical as it is insightful.

Rudolph Tanzi, PhD Deepak Chopra, MD

Super Brain shows how to use your brain as a gateway for achieving health, happiness, and spiritual growth. Two pioneers, Deepak Chopra and Rudolph E. Tanzi, have merged their wisdom and expertise for a bold new understanding of the “three-pound universe” and its untapped potential. Super Brain explains how it can be, by combining cutting-edge research and spiritual insights, and demolishing the five most widespread myths about the brain that limit your potential.

Andrew Weil, MD

Eight Weeks to Optimum Health lays out Dr. Andrew Weil’s famous week-by-week, step-by-step plan that will keep your body’s natural healing system in peak working order. It covers diet, exercise, lifestyle, stress, and environment–all aspects of daily living that affect health and well-being. This revised edition includes the most up-to-date findings on such vital subjects as cholesterol, antioxidants, trans fats, toxic residues in the food supply, soy products, and vitamins and supplements, together with a greatly enhanced source list of information and supplies.

Ty Bollinger

Cancer touches more lives than you may think. According to the World Health Organization, one out of three women alive today, and one out of two men, will face a cancer diagnosis in their lifetime. To Ty Bollinger, this statistic is personal. After losing seven members of his family to cancer over the course of a decade, Ty set out on a global quest to learn as much as he possibly could about cancer treatments and the medical industry that surrounds the disease. He has written this book to share what he’s uncovered—some of which may shock you—and to give you new resources for coping with cancer in your life or the life of someone you love.

David Asprey

Imagine feeling like your mind is operating at its clearest and sharpest, and being able—possibly for the first time in your life—to do more in less time? What it suddenly became easier to do the very hardest things you do? Or if you could feel 100% confident about your intellect, and never again fear being the person in the room who just isn’t smart enough, or can’t remember something important? How would you treat people if the mood swings, short temper, and food cravings that disrupt your day could simply disappear? In Head Strong, Asprey shows us that all of this is possible — and more. Using his simple lifestyle modifications (or “hacks”) to take advantage of how the structure of your brain works, readers will learn how to take their mental performance to the next level.

John Chambers

Silicon Valley visionary John Chambers shares the lessons that transformed a dyslexic kid from West Virginia into one of the world’s best business leaders and turned a simple router company into a global tech titan. Chambers gives readers a playbook on how to act before the market shifts, tap customers for strategy, partner for growth, build teams, and disrupt themselves. He also adapted those lessons to transform government, helping global leaders like French President Emmanuel Macron and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to create new models for growth.

William Davis, MD

Over 200 million Americans consume food products made of wheat every day. As a result, over 100 million experience some form of adverse health effect, ranging from minor rashes to high blood sugar to unattractive stomach bulges preventative cardiologist William Davis calls “wheat bellies.” According to Davis, that excess fat has nothing to do with gluttony, sloth, or too much butter: it’s due to the whole grain wraps we eat for lunch. Dr. Davis exposes the harmful effects of what is actually a product of genetic tinkering and agribusiness being sold to the American public as “wheat”―and provides readers with a user-friendly, step-by-step plan to navigate a new wheat-free lifestyle.

Lorraine Maita, MD

Small changes can make a big difference! No matter what your age or state of health, you can live younger and healthier with greater energy, strength and clarity. Unlock the motivators that make change possible and propel you through any obstacles; understand the impact of your choices on your metabolism and overall health; implement simple steps to make big changes; discover how to transform your health and life; and begin to understand how you can leverage your unique metabolic and genetic code to take your health to a whole new level. This book is packed with practical advice you can implement immediately.

David Perlmutter, MD

Debilitating brain disorders are on the rise-from children diagnosed with autism and ADHD to adults developing dementia at younger ages than ever before. Astonishing new research is revealing that the health of your brain is, to an extraordinary degree, dictated by the state of your microbiome – the vast population of organisms that live in your body and outnumber your own cells ten to one. What’s taking place in your intestines today is determining your risk for any number of brain-related conditions. Dr. Perlmutter explains the potent interplay between intestinal microbes and the brain and how nurturing gut health through a few easy strategies can alter your brain’s destiny for the better.

Jon Acuff

According to studies, 92 percent of New Year’s resolutions fail. The sneakiest obstacle to meeting your goals is not laziness, but perfectionism. If it looks like we’re not going to do something right, we prefer not to do it at all. If you’re tired of being a chronic starter and want to become a consistent finisher, you have two options: You can continue to beat yourself up and try harder, since this time that will work. Or you can give yourself the gift of done.

William Ury

Renowned negotiation expert William has discovered that the greatest obstacle to successful agreements and satisfying relationships is not the other side, as difficult as they can be. The biggest obstacle is actually our own selves — our natural tendency to react in ways that do not serve our true interests. But this obstacle can also become our biggest opportunity, Ury argues. If we learn to understand and influence ourselves first, we lay the groundwork for understanding and influencing others. Practical and effective, Getting to Yes with Yourself helps readers reach good agreements with others, develop healthy relationships, make their businesses more productive, and live far more satisfying lives.

Brian Tracy

Letting go of negative thoughts is one of the most important steps to living a successful, fulfilling life, but also often the most difficult. In this practical, research-based guide, bestselling authors Brian Tracy and psychotherapist Christina Stein present their “Psychology of Achievement” program to help you identify and overcome detrimental patterns and ideas preventing you from achieving your goals or feeling happy and satisfied in your life. Along the way, they show you how to regain control of your thoughts, feelings, and actions, turn negatives into positives, and learn to accept unexpected life changes without falling back into old negative patterns.

Joe Dispenza

You are not doomed by your genes and hardwired to be a certain way for the rest of your life. In Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself, renowned author, speaker, researcher, and chiropractor, Dr. Joe Dispenza, combines the fields of quantum physics, neuroscience, brain chemistry, biology, and genetics to show you what is truly possible. Not only will you be given the necessary knowledge to change any aspect of yourself, but you will be taught the step-by-step tools to apply what you learn in order to make measurable changes in any area of your life.

Kenneth Pelletier MD

Our biology is no longer destiny. Our genes respond to everything we do, according to the revolutionary new science of epigenetics. In other words, our inherited DNA doesn’t rigidly determine our health and disease prospects as the previous generation of geneticists believed. Especially in the last ten years, scientists have confirmed that the vast majority of our genes are actually fluid and dynamic. An endless supply of new studies prove that our health is an expression of how we live our lives–that what we eat and think and how we handle daily stress, plus the toxicity of our immediate environment–creates an internal biochemistry that can actually turn genes on or off. Managing these biochemical effects on our genome is the new key to radiant wellness and healthy longevity.

Iyanla Vanzant

“Learning to trust is one of life’s most difficult lessons,” says #1 New York Times best-selling author, Iyanla Vanzant. “That’s because trust is not a verb; it’s a noun. Trust is a state of mind and being. If you are serious about learning to trust, you need TNT—Tenacity, Nerve, and Time. Iyanla demonstrates why the four essential trusts—Trust in Self, Trust in God, Trust in Others, and Trust in Life—are like oxygen: without them, none of us can survive. Iyanla reveals why some of life’s most shocking trust violations offer us the most profound opportunities for personal growth and healing.

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