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Laws We Need To Know: Understanding Rules and Programs for Persons With Mental Illness

Covering such topics as government programs and benefits, estate planning, the criminal court system, hospitaliztions, restraining orders, and family liability, this book also provides strategies for use with authorities.

Baron L. Miller, J.D. (2020).
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Sacred Space: Clearing and Enhancing the Energy of Your Home

In this fascinating and unusual book, Denise Linn shows how you can dramatically change your life by changing the environment in your home or office.

Denise Linn (2014).
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Noah’s Schizophenia: A Mother’s Search for Truth

Kartar Diamond’s clear-eyed storytelling brings wisdom and insider information on how to navigate the murky waters of public mental healthcare, as well as strategies to cope with the chaos and pain of having a schizophrenic loved one.

Kartar Diamond (2020).
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Laughter Yoga: Daily Practices for Health and Happiness

Laughter provides extraordinary, scientifically proven benefits, including stress reduction, pain relief, weight loss, better immunity, and enhanced mood. Learn how to laugh, and how laughter really is the best medicine.

Mandan Kataria, MD (2020).
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Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art

Modern research is showing us that making even slight adjustments to the way we inhale and exhale can jump-start athletic performance, rejuvenate internal organs, halt snoring, asthma, auto-immune disease, even scoliotic spines. Breath turns the conventional wisdom of what we thought we knew on its head.

James Nestor (2020).
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A Life Worth Waiting For: Messages From A Survivor

Although this book was written for Adult Children of Alcoholics and other dysfunctional families, the author masterfully uses poetry and short stories to share his personal experiences and his recovery journey.

Dwight Lee Wolter (1989). CompCare Publishers, Minneapolis, MN.

Anatomy of an Illness: As Perceived by the Patient

This best selling book provides the story of how a physician and patient partnered to successfully fight a crippling disease.  The author speaks of his personal experiences of recovery using laughter, his body’s natural healing resources and his mind.

Norman Cousins (1981). Bantam Books, New York, NY. Order online via

Coping with Voices: Self Help Strategies for People Who Hear Voices that are Distressing

The purpose of this self-help guide is to help you learn specific techniques that may enable you to gain control over or eliminate voices that you find distressing.

Deegan, Patricia & Carolyn Affa (illustrator); National Empowerment Center. Order online


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