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Like Free Audiobooks?

by on December 21, 2015

I have a number of Audiobooks out that deal with a variety of non-fiction subjects. I have an UFO investigation audiobook, a audiobook on becoming happy, one on what it is to be a Libertarian, and one ... more


Publishing virginity . . .

by on December 21, 2015

Publishing a novel for the first time is exciting and scary. It generates pride while at the same time it spits out gobs of self-doubt. While friends pull out pictures of their kids, you pull out your ... more


How people with mental illness can benefit from the elderly?

by on December 20, 2015

I have always wondered what makes the elderly or older adult population an important aspect where recovery from mental illness is concerned. I work as a peer advocate at Pride of Judea/JBFCS with the ... more


Resistance to Treatment

by on December 20, 2015

Many people who are resistant to getting treatment for their mental illness ignore that they have a problem and by the time they realize it, it becomes a little too late until they have a nervous brea ... more


Mentally Ill: Scared to Come In or Out!

by on December 20, 2015

I often ask myself why some people with mental illness are afraid to come in and talk about their experiences even if its among others who also have a mental illness? For example, I run a small peer ... more


Do You Entertain Clients?

by on December 19, 2015

DECEMBER 2015 BY SMOOTHSALE LEAVE A COMMENT Attract the Right Job or Clientele: Do You Entertain Clients? The above headline has two meanings included. It could refer to treating your clientel ... more


Little League Nightmare

by on December 19, 2015

Growing up 12 miles from Fenway baseball was a very big deal in Lexington and I was determined to give it my best shot. Opening day was a major event with a parade through the center of town and playe ... more


Siblings: Our First Marriage Partners

by December 19, 2015

It should come as no surprise (though siblings are surprised) that our brothers and sisters influence how we relate to the opposite sex. Siblings are our first marriage partners. They teach us about ... more


Trust

by on December 13, 2015

Why read this book  From an early age we are taught to respect and trust police. Most of us do. But today we watch the evening news or read that another policeman has molested a child, or was caught ... more


Positive belief in the midst of a bad situation

by on December 13, 2015

Have you ever wondered what it take to truly overcome a bad situation. It is one thing to think positive, but it is truly something different to actual feel positive (if that make since). In the midst ... more



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