Ironing it Out Seven Simple Steps to Resolving Conflict Lickson 1996 Are you constantly arguing? Relationships suffering? Try “Ironing it Out”. This particular book is all about dissecting the real issues of conflict. This is probably a pretty decent choice
Male’s Guide to Women’s Liberation Marine 1972 This book is interesting and it seems surprisingly insightful. Marine wrote for the Nation and Ramparts Magazine on social justice topics. This is probably a good pick for a research/academic library but for
How to Deal with Anger Fiedler 2007 Submitter: Kids (and many adults) can benefit from learning about their emotions, but a more up-to-date book would be more appealing and also more likely to actually leave our shelves, which this one
What Makes Me Feel This Way Growing up with human emotions Le Shan 1972 Feelings are everywhere and you can’t stop them. Read the back cover and you can see that this is about accepting your feelings (and enjoying them!).
Getting High How to Really Do It Clark 1983 This guy is here to show you the REAL way to get high. I am sure you will be shocked to discover that this book is about motivation and not controlled
Everything You Need to Know About Teen Suicide Schleifer 1988 Submitter: My local library has two copies of the 1988 edition of Everything You Need to Know About Teen Suicide. Plus they have multiple copies of the 4 later editions
What to Say When You Talk to Your Self Helmstetter 1982 Feeling lonely? Lack self-esteem? Need a plan to make your dreams happen? Start talking to yourself! Through the power of positive affirmations, you can transform yourself into a better
Getting Older, Growing Younger Cartland 1984 Submitter: I love that Barbara Cartland’s most important take away from Birth of a Nation was how entrancing Lillian Gish was. I scanned a few paged of medical advice she gives as well. Holly: