My Copy: 9780393712322 (image from bn.com) I will say right away: for anybody who is going through or has gone through issues with eating, this is the best book I've ever picked up. 8 Keys to End Emotional Eating is written by a clinical psychologist specializing in the treatment of emotional eating. There is no … Continue reading 8 Keys to End Emotional Eating, by H.S. Farkas
I'm a bit ticked off because I was hoping that by now, I'd be listening to a presentation and lecture on the other side of Houston. Instead, here I am cleaning and wondering if a family friend is going to show up or not...again. Seth Andrews is in Houston and I really wanted to hear … Continue reading #090–When can/should you go from healing a relationship to cutting & running?
My Copy: 9781943006410 (image from quiettherage.com) Definitely check out the site, it gives some great insight into what this guy does beyond the book...though the book says a ton. Quiet the Rage is a handy little book to hang onto and remind yourself of some things. Now, when we say rage, we don't necessarily mean … Continue reading Quiet the Rage: How Learning to Manage Conflict Will Change Your Life (and the World), by R.W. Burke, MBA, CPC
My copy: 9781593082352 (image from Amazon.com) Ah, the one I know best, and one of the best heroines in western literature. Antigone expands on the story of her ill-fated family and the messages regarding religion and law. Antigone’s position is simple: the laws of gods supersede the laws of man, and must be adhered to, … Continue reading Three Theban Plays: Antigone, by Sophocles
This is going to take more introspection than I am used to, but it's about damned time. My work in getting rid of the crap around my house has slowed down to a crawl, though I'm going to knock 1 or 2 spaces off my list this afternoon while the weather is great and the … Continue reading A Place for Me at Home
The Night Manager is a surprising story in the post-Cold War world, where the power-vacuum of major war players is being filled by arms dealers while the big powers play like all is well. However, stuck in the middle is Jonathan Pine...
My copy: 9780553204650 There's something awful in me about reviewing a book I'd read only after watching the movie over a hundred times. For one thing, I was five years old and could quote every line (though I had the sense not to repeat Quint's dialogue--I would've gotten my rear worn out by mom every day … Continue reading Jaws, by Peter Benchley