I attend many business seminars and almost every instructor references Stephen Covey and/or The 7 Habits. Everyone in a relationship (personal, business, community,etc.), must read/listen to what he has to say. There are only 4 cassettes.
I ordered this to see if I could help my sister-in-law in her grief. It's a quick easy read. Although there is no one answer for everyone, it did make several comparisons to everday situations that I think will be helpful in dealing with ones grief. I marked several pages that I think may be helpful to her and I sent her the book.
I saw a bioidentical hormone doctor after reading this and I'd love to try it, but it's a little expensive and not covered by insurance. Even if you don't try bios, the book is a great informational and reference book.
This is a great book for addicts or family/friends of addicts. It is a different approach that sounds like it may just be the key to recovery. I also recommend it to anyone who is not an alcohol or drug addict, but is stuck in a rut of negative feelings or "bad luck". This book could change your life.
A Neanderthal boy in south Asia is discovered by a man who dies in a car accident shortly afterward. The boy is then adopted adopted by the man's widow, who lives the Boston area. His strange behavior draws itnerest, and the man's former mistress, also an anthropologist, befriends his widow and decides that the boy will be her scientific find.
What a riveting memoir about a young girl. Heart-wrenching, yet sometimes comical, and definately inspiring. I can't imagine any of the children today, being as brave as she was. Looking forward to reading Book 2 - Still Waters - about how her childhood affected her as an adult.