Stress for Success: How to Make Stress on the Job Work for You Hanson 1991 Submitter: I just can’t even. Holly: Hanson had a few stressy books in the late 80s/early 90s. The Joy of Stress seems to be a
Be Glad You’re Neurotic Bisch 1946 (original copyright 1936) From my admittedly low effort research, Be Glad You’re Neurotic is an example of early pop psychology publications. (Think of this as a proto Dr. Phil or John Gray type of
Mind and Mood Understanding and Controlling Your Emotions Curtis 1986 Another 80s relic from the teen section. I was distressed to find this lurking on the shelves and that it was still being checked out. I am more than a
The Doctor Prescribes Fox 1949 This is one of those small booklets that advise patients on basic wellness. In other words, what to do when you are stressed-50s style. Phones and deadlines are “lethal weapons designed to commit civilized suicide”.
Microbes and Morals Rosebury 1971 This dense text is written for young people. I was surprised on how this book was more a history of sexually transmitted disease, along with a pretty thorough discussion of the science rather than a
Slim for Him Kreml 1978 Who doesn’t love the cover of the women walking through the clouds (or is that whipped cream?) This book is full of scripture and inspiration to keep your head in the game as you diet
The Old Person in Your Home Poe 1969 In the author’s introduction, he complains how young people treat the elderly with disdain. The author wants us to know that the elderly are not a drag and that they have much
Lamaze is for Chickens: A Guide to Prepared Childbirth Green & Naab 1985 Submitter: This book was recently weeded from [a] Community Library in [Wisconsin]. Not only is it falling apart and thirty years old, but it is also a childbirth