Work With Less Energy Grant ~1955 Are you overworked? Can’t meet those deadlines? Forget your calendar and to-do list! God wants you to take a moment and look around. Rev. Grant came to an epiphany one day after watching people
How to be a more interesting woman Wedgwood 1965 Ladies, here is your chance to shed your boring personality. Learn to speak “properly” with a variety of conversation topics. Don’t be too aggressive and attempt to share your personal opinions.
Bodypower! McKenna 1976 Submitter: This book has some amazing quotes, I just have to share a few of our favorites. Woefully out of date! But fun to look back at. “You are anxious that you haven’t heard from your teenaged
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!).
Woman Alive: What Makes Men Tick Beers 1972 Ladies! Have you wondered what is going on inside your man? How he thinks? How to make him happy? This is your book! From caveman to modern family man, you can discover
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
Overcoming Self-Abuse: Step by Step to Success Haswell and Graham 1999 Submitter: This bound guide was donated to our academic library. It uses the unfortunate term “self-abuse” instead of “self-harm.” Although as we are a Catholic institution, some might see them as