The Emotional Hostage Rescuing Your Emotional Life Cameron-Bandler and Lebeau 1986 This book is about naming and owning your own emotions. Evidently, if you aren’t paying attention to your feelings you aren’t going to be able to solve your problems.
How to have Freedom from Fear, Worry and Your Case of Nerves Allen 1954 Isn’t this cover awesome in its awfulness? I think the best part is if you are free from worry, one half of your face will be
How to Recognize and Handle Abnormal People A Manual for the Police Officer Matthews and Rowland 1954 When I saw this title, I figured that librarians might need this cutting edge advice just like our fellow public servants, the police.
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
How to Beat the Blahs Littauer 1979 As a long sufferer of the “blahs”, this book is beyond awful. For the time, this was probably how most folks thought about depression. Basically, with a little lipstick and a new outfit,
You May Not Need a Psychiatrist How Your Body May Control Your Mind Galton 1979 Straight from the 1970s, we have another mind-body connection health book. In this book he criticizes diagnostics with respect to those conditions as “mental” rather
Self Help for Your Nerves Weekes 1962 My cohort in weeding, Holly, is famous for saying that “<insert name of annoying patron, family member, etc> is working my last good nerve.” In fact, she says this at least once a
Homosexuality And Hope: A Psychologist Talks About Treatment and Change Van Den Aaardweg 1985 Submitter: We’re a small academic library, for a small non-traditional-student-focused college. The college’s programs mostly center around human services degrees. And we’ve spent this summer (3