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Dr. Atkins' New Diet Revolution

Author: Dr Robert C Atkins

Publisher: Vermilion (1999)

Not a conventional diet book, Dr Atkins New Diet Revolution shows you how you can lose substantial weight while promising that you need never go hungry. Follow the Atkins' Diet and forget counting calories. Watch the fat melt away as a healthier and firmer body emerges. Enjoy more energy as well as freedom from a range of ailments from diabetes to heart disease. How can one diet do all of this? Simple. Ninety-five percent of overweight people have a metabolic, not an eating disorder. The Atkins' Diet boosts your metabolic rate and once your metabolism is changed, your body adjusts automatically to a new way of burning fat. So you can lose weight without reducing - or counting calories. On the Atkins' Diet you can: Eat luxuriously and feel completely satisfied Experience the metabolic boost the Atkins' Diet provides Use a maintenance diet that will ensure you never become fat again Enjoy mouth-watering, gourmet recipes

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Everything I've Ever Done That Worked

Author: Lesley Garner

Publisher: Hay House (2009)

Lesley Garner has produced the perfect bedside book for those nights when you can't sleep and it's too late to call a friend... An inspiring and elegantly written companion.' You magazine 'Superb' The Independent I never put down Everything I've Ever Done That Worked without gleaning some sort of solace or inspiration.' The Saturday Times Magazine 'A record of the therapies and techniques that can make life happier.' The Daily Telegraph This book is distilled from Lesley Garner's personal resource book, the one she wrote for herself from 30 years of notes, articles and diaries. She put her experiences down on paper so that she could turn to them when life bowled her over and she forgot what worked. In doing so she has created a fantastic spiritual and emotional first aid kit. Lesley Garner's thoughts and observations have been published in many national newspapers and magazines, including The Sunday Times, The Daily Telegraph, Daily Mail and Evening Standard. She has been an art critic, book and film reviewer, as well as a columnist and social commentator.

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Feeling Good About Yourself: Strategies to Guide Young People Towards More Positive, Personal Feelin

Authors: Debbie Pincus, Judy Hierstein

Publisher: Frank Schaffer Publications (2001)

Activities designed to build self-confidence and encourage expression through art, speech, and writing while developing language skills.

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Five Lectures On Psycho-Analysis

Author: Sigmund Freud

Part of a series: Penguin 60s

Publisher: Penguin (1995)

Sigmund Freud is the great twentieth-century psycho-analyst who developed the concept of the unconscious mind. His research, writing and lectures revolutionized the way we regard human nature, dreams, anxieties and sexuality. In these lectures, Freud outlines topics that make up the basis of his theories of psycho-analysis, including hysteria and repression, hypnosis, dream analysis and the importance of the erotic life. Together they are the building blocks that form an understanding of the human mind.

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Gcse Health & Social Care

Authors: Hilary Thomson, Sylvia Aslangul

Publisher: Hodder Education (2009)

Endorsed by OCR for use with the OCR GCSE Health and Social Care specification, this book is a clear and comprehensive introduction to all aspects of health and social care. OCR Health and Social Care for GCSE is a brand new, full-colour resource that provides an accessible guide to the OCR qualification as well as other Level 2 health and social care related qualifications. Contents include: 1. Health, Social Care and Early Years Provision 2. Understanding Personal Development and Relationships 3. Promoting Health and Well-being 4. Safeguarding and Protecting Individuals.

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Helping Young People To Beat Stress: A Practical Guide

Author: Sarah McNamara

Publisher: Continuum-3pl (2005)

There is growing concern in most countries today about increasing levels of stress among young people. Suicides, substance abuse, depression, anxiety and eating disorders have all been linked to stress. Young people are experiencing more social and psychological problems than ever before. 'How to Beat Stress' is the essential guide to helping teenagers minimise stress in their lives, both at school and at home. Sarah McNamara provides advice, information and techniques on mental and physical ways of coping with stress, study skills and time management, communication skills, and coping with depression and anxiety. This book should prove invaluable reading for everyone who works with teenagers.

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How To Overcome Your Secret Fear Of Failure

Author: Petruska Clarkson

Publisher: Element Books Ltd (1994)

Do you worry about other people's opinions of you? Do you feel fear or panic before you have to perform a task in front of others? Do you have a reputation for excellence, but still feel you are an incompetent or fraud? If you do, you may be suffering from an increasingly common complaint called the 'Achilles Syndrome'. For some the complaint can be psychologically crippling, causing severe anxiety. 'How to Overcome your Secret Fear of Failure' is the professionally acclaimed guide to this condition, providing clear and sympathetic help. The book is an invaluable guide for sufferers and their families as well as for counsellors and psychotherapists.

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How To Survive The End Of The World (when It's In Your Own Head)

Author: Aaron Gillies

Publisher: Two Roads (2018)

There are plenty of books out there on how to survive a zombie apocalypse, all-out nuclear war, or Armageddon. But what happens when it feels like the world is ending every single time you wake up? That's what having anxiety is like - and How to Survive the End of the World is here to help. Or at least make you feel like you're not so alone.

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I Can Make You Happy

Author: Paul McKenna

Publisher: Bantam Press (2011)

Do you want to be happier? Do you want to stop feeling bad right now? Do you want to experience greater joy than ever before? What if it was possible to feel happier than you had ever imagined? Then this book and hypnosis CD are for you! It doesn't matter whether you are sad, bored, down, depressed, doing all right or quite happy - the system in this book will help you become a lot happier. Paul McKenna has spent the last 25 years studying and developing ways to make people happier and has created a system that has an immediate, extraordinary and measurable effect upon people's happiness levels. Recent scientific research shows that happiness levels are not fixed.To increase your happiness levels takes a small amount of regular effort over a few days, following simple instructions and using some powerful psychological techniques. The human mind is like a computer. It has its own software, which organizes your thinking and behaviour. Almost all human problems are caused by negative programs running in the unconscious mind. The hypnosis CD with this book helps you remove negative thinking and installs positive programs which seek out and magnify the factors that create your happiness. You don't need faith in this system. Happiness is not a matter of luck or belief, it is created by particular ways of thinking and acting. Use this book, take control of your life and increase your happiness today!

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In My Mother's Shoes

Author: Alison Walsh

Publisher: Pan (2011)

Clear-eyed, touching, forthright and funny, In My Mother’s Shoes is Alison Walsh’s delightful account of three generations of mothers – her Nana, leading light of the Irish Countrywomen’s Association, indomitable in all things except deferring to her husband; her mother, whose glamorous career as a 1960s air hostess was cut cruelly short by the simple act of getting married; and Alison herself, a modern woman whose life would not be thwarted by such lack of choice. Or would it?

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