Choosing To Be: Lessons in Living from a Feline Zen Master by Kat Tansey

Stars: ****1/2 Summary: Choosing to Be is a magical story about becoming fully present and achieving the true freedom of enjoying life just as it is. Guided by her inscrutably wise and perceptive Buddha master who just happens to be a Maine Coon cat, and inspired by his comical little brother who is the essence… Read More »

Hidden Truths by Brenda Youngerman

Stars: **** I received this book for review through Bostick Communications. Summary: Children often hide the abuses of their parents. Left to fend for themselves, many children are thrown into the adult world at an early age, never given the chance to be a kid and most of all, never trusting others. Brenda Youngerman follows… Read More »

A Firm Place to Stand by Marja Bergen

Stars: **** I received this book for review from the author. Summary: A Firm Place to Stand is a must-read for Christians who struggle with mental health challenges and the faith communities who minister to them.For too long, society has misunderstood and feared individuals who live with mood disorders. This book dispels the lingering stigma… Read More »

Yoga Beats the Blues by Donna Raskin

Stars: **** This book is written for those interested in yoga that suffer from depression and/or anxiety. Also for those wishing to boost their memory and concentration. You can use the poses separately or in the routines they are written in. There are routines for waking up, before bed, during the day and for when… Read More »

The Freedom From Depression Workbook by Les Carter

Stars: **** Since I was diagnosed with Clinical Depression, I have read every book I could get my hands on. This one was by far one of the best. It has places for you to write down your feelings on the subject being discussed. I read a chapter, answer the questions then put it down.… Read More »