January not only signals the beginning of a new year with people across the world celebrating its arrival, but the month also signifies the start of many new year’s resolutions. New Year’s resolutions can take many forms and have different meanings to individuals, including but not limited to self-improvement.
In the spirit of new year’s resolutions, today we shift the spotlight onto a variety of books we publish, which center around the idea of self-help and inspirational autobiographical stories.
Compression of Depression
One man is making a stand. Mental health is just as important as physical health, yet all too often, it is overlooked, neglected, and rarely discussed. In Compression of Depression, Tom Wilkins openly shares his experiences of depression and offers help and advice to others that may be walking the same path. No two journeys on the path-that-no-one-wants-to-tread are ever the same; however, the biggest obstacle that is common to most is the reluctance to admit that it's OK not to be OK. In an age where social media dominates most of our lives and unfavourable comparisons to others' ‘perfect' post-worthy lives can negatively impact our sense of worth, Tom explores the reasons behind his struggles and offers guidance to those fighting depression, as well as their families and friends, as he encourages us all not to suffer in silence.
100 Days of Positivity, Hope and Growth
Sometimes you just need a little pick-me-up - this is a self-help book without the long chapters, for people who want quick and useful tips on how to deal with the punches that life throws at them.
From break-ups to regrets, daily self-doubt to loneliness, this book will provide fresh perspectives on how to look at a situation more positively and tackle things more proactively.
This book is not long, or longwinded, but contains words of wisdom that you can keep and share for a long time...
A Year Without Beer
He was overweight, barely able to surf, in chronic pain and in the doghouse... A Year Without Beer is the journey of a man standing at the crossroads. The choice was to be this person for the foreseeable future or to change habits, the habit being drinking way too much, way too often.
Written in real time over a three-year period, this is the journey of failure, heartache, hope and hard work into a seemingly impossible goal of achieving three hundred and sixty-five days of sobriety in order to get a life back.
A Year Without Beer is a collection of funny stories, tips and tricks to cut back or give up, all whilst still maintaining a social life and contact with friends and family that don't mind a drink. Or three.
Shine Baby Shine
Antoniella Del Vecchio
SHINE, BABY, SHINE 7 Steps to Energetic Self-Empowerment is an easy-to-read, easy-to-follow self-help book which allows the reader to gain understanding and awareness of what is happening within them emotionally, as well as energetically. There are integrative strategies and exercises that the reader can utilize to become stronger and healthier emotionally and spiritually. Reading the book and following the steps will facilitate change to help them raise their self-esteem, feel happier and motivated so that they can enjoy life. Following the Energetic Self-Empowerment program is so easy, so effortless, that they will feel surprised at how much they will accomplish, regardless of where they start. Self-transformation can be exciting, easy, highly effective, and quick!
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