Parkinson Pete On Living and Dying with Parkinson's Disease by Peter G. Beidler

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Parkinson Pete on Living and Dying with Parkinson’s Disease is a direct, honest, and sometimes funny assessment of what it can be like to face a life and a death with a neurodegenerative disease like Parkinson’s. Most of the writers of the books Pete reviewed in Parkinson Pete’s Bookshelves dealt exclusively […]

Cannabis Use Survey, by Laurie K. Mischley and Michelle Sexton: Uncensored Feedback from Pot Users Worldwide

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Cannabis Use Survey: Confessions, Insights, and Opinions compiles the results of a survey designed by Drs. Laurie K. Mischley and Michelle Sexton ($15.95, 288 pages, 6×9 Trade Paperback ISBN: 978-1-60381-615-1).

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Minding the Muse: A Handbook for Painters, Composers, Writers, and Other Creators, by Priscilla Long

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In Minding the Muse: A Handbook for Painters, Composers, Writers, and Other Creators ($13.95, 128 pages, ISBN: 978-1-60381-363-1), Priscilla Long shares her secrets to harnessing the creative gift, increasing productivity, and handling the business aspects of the creative life.

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So You Think You’re Crazy, by Frank Machovec: Comfort for an Anxious World

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In So You Think You’re Crazy: Reassurance About Everyday Hang-Ups (5×8 Trade Paperback ISBN: 978-1-60381-168-2, $13.95, 218 pp.), psychologist Frank Machovec, PhD, defines the true meaning of “crazy” and suggests methods of coping with anxiety and stress in the 21st century.

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How to Survive Being Alive, a Classic Guide to Coping with Stress

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How to Survive Being Alive (5×8 Trade Paperback ISBN: 978-1-60381-160-6, $13.95, 212 pp.), by Elton Welke and Donald L. Dudley, M.D., a groundbreaking guide to coping with stress, permanently changed the dialog between doctor and patient. After its first release in 1977, many more doctors began to consider their patients’ physical and mental states, rather […]