Weeds in Nana’s Garden – Entered in 2017 ATAI Book Award Contest

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Kathryn Harrison

Sometimes a story comes along that touches your heart so much it’ll move you to tears. Kathryn Harrison’s children’s story, Weeds in Nana’s Garden is one of those stories. A young girl enjoys spending time in the garden each summer with her grandmother. They sing songs, create bouquets, hang out with the fairies and simply build a special bond with one another. Unfortunately, Nana begins to show signs of dementia, which the young girl’s mother gently explains to the girl. Over the next few years, the young girl grows into a beautiful young woman as she tries to help her nana move through the continual decline gracefully. Harrision also includes a wonderful Q & A section at the end of the book to help parents, guardians, etc. talk to children about the disease.

Weeds in Nana’s Garden is gloriously depicted with full-color illustrations by the author. Readers will likely feel like they’re spending time in the garden right alongside the gently aging grandmother, her granddaughter, the fairies, the birds and the colorful blossoms. Kathryn Harrison has a gift that she shares not only through her illustrations but her poetic words. A teeny-tiny error here or there could stand to be fixed, but the overall eloquence and importance of Weeds in Nana’s Garden aren’t distracted from at all.

Every library, every doctor’s office, every child’s home bookshelf and every counselor’s office should have a copy of Kathryn Harrison’s Weeds in Nana’s Garden. This is a disease that everyone encounters in one way or another, and Harrison has done such an absolutely beautiful job of shining a light on it, explaining it in a way that children can grasp and yet, still gripping the heart of any reader who peruses the pages of Weeds in Nana’s Garden. Highly recommended.

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The Disabled Workforce – Entered in 2017 ATAI Book Award Contest

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Rachel Shaw

Rachel Shaw’s The Disabled Workforce: What the ADA Never Anticipated is a useful guide aimed at helping readers understand the American Disabilities Act and its implications. On the foundation of a background in Human Resources, Shaw outlines how to determine if and how disabled people can return to or join the workforce, as well as how to regard and manage their accommodation requests later. She shares her own four-step Disability Interactive Process Hallway to help employers fulfill their obligations to their disabled employees. With the inclusion of helpful management techniques and real-life stories from her own experiences, Rachel Shaw has created an invaluable resource for employers and disabled employees alike.

The Disabled Workforce is written in a straightforward, professional manner. While this is not at all detrimental to the book, there were several instances where there was a bit too much of a textbook vibe. Perhaps, it could have been written in a more casual style to be more reader-friendly; however, The Disabled Workforce certainly serves its purpose: sharing information.

Much of this information was certainly as helpful as it intended to be. Many aspects that previously may have been gray areas for employers have been laid out in a clear, precise manner. Rachel Shaw’s description of each concept and technique is profound and clearly based on a wealth of education and personal experience. The Disabled Workforce: What the ADA Never Anticipated may be a bit of a dull read for the average reader, but it is certainly an invaluable resource for employers of all kinds.

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Unquiet – Entered in Romance Novel Contest

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Melanie Hansen

Melanie Hansen’s Unquiet follows the tumultuous relationship between Loren and Eliot, who have known each other almost their entire lives. When they first met as children, Loren knew that Eliot was a bit different, but he didn’t quite understand why or how. After a heartbreaking falling out distanced them, they meet again as adults, and Loren is alarmed to see just how much has changed between them. Loren has a successful career, but Eliot is still struggling with his inner demons. Rekindling their relationship isn’t easy, between Eliot’s mental illness and their difficult past, but they both know that no matter what, they were always meant to be together. 

Unquiet is not an easy book to read. It is gut-wrenching and full of emotional turmoil, written in such a way that you can really feel the anguish felt by the characters. It’s possibly one of the best, most frighteningly realistic portrayals of mental illness (and the struggles endured by the loved ones of someone with a mental illness) to ever be recorded in the pages of a book. It’s difficult to get through, but only because it is so very real

Despite its emotional weight, Unquiet was truly a phenomenal book. There is a well-crafted balance of passionate romance, fascinating insight into mental illness and all that comes with it, and the pure human connection between the two main characters. Melanie Hansen writes so honestly, deeply, and thoughtfully that her characters seem all the more believable. Unquiet is just as captivating as it is heart-wrenching; it’s worth investing in the emotional roller coaster that this novel has to offer, because a book as deeply gripping and rewarding as Unquiet is a certain treasure.

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Make Some Room

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Make Some Room

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In June of 2013, author Angie Mattson Stegall and her then-boyfriend/now-husband Nelson spent sixteen days rafting 225 miles of the Colorado River through Grand Canyon. Having never done a trip like this before, she wasn’t really sure what to expect.

Thankfully, the friends who invited them prepared them well:

1. Take everything you think you will need.

2. Leave everything else behind.

Turns out, everything she needed fit into a bag about the size of a small Golden Retriever.

During their trip, their six rafts held the rest of the gear they would need: kitchen and food, bathroom setup (aka “Groovers”), and assorted emergency gear. The motto of Grand Canyon is “Pack it in; pack it out.” And that means EVERYTHING.

So, it went that they spent sixteen days sleeping under the stars and Milky Way and keeping track of trash and crumbs (called “microtrash”). It was also sixteen days of trying to keep sand out of her contact lenses.

Here’s what she learned during that trip:

• It doesn’t take much to keep sixteen people happy. A filling meal three times a day plus some snacks goes a long way.

• Wearing pretty much the same clothes for days on end isn’t a big deal.

• Taking a bath (in the 49 degrees-cold river) every three or four days makes being clean all the sweeter.

• Nature is all around and she is beautiful. Slowing down and paying attention is like creating the most delicious meditation + prayer milkshake.

• The rapids were big and fast and the water was cold. She was scared shitless more than a few times. There was no option but to keep going. So, she did.

• Laughter, conversation, and connecting with those sixteen people were a crucial part of each day.

• She didn’t think about money on the Canyon. Except for one stop at Phantom Ranch (deep at the bottom of the Canyon) for postcards and lemonade, there was literally no place to even use money. If they “needed” anything, they traded for it. Beer for toilet paper. Beer for ice. Will swim for beer! It turned out beer was quite the bartering tool.

• “Drink more water.” That was the answer for everything from general crankiness to major headaches.

Simplifying your life down to a bag and a boat showed her what was important. The author fell in love with the simplicity and rhythm of each day. The Make Some Room Manifesto In a world where our modern lives tend to be chaotic, noisy, and over-scheduled, making some room can be a real challenge. She found that her time on the Colorado River in Grand Canyon created the space for her to think about her life very differently.

This trip set the stage for her to write the Make Some Room Manifesto, which she’s sharing with you in detail in this book. She champions not only understanding but also moving into ACTION. So, to help you learn how to make some room in your own life, Angie decided to turn this into a “how to” book which focuses on the twenty ideas outlined in her Make Some Room Manifesto.

In simple terms: Angie wants to guide you to make some room. Her wish is that everyone has the opportunity to have a Grand Canyon-like experience at least once in their lives. This book is her way of sharing her personal experience. Her hope is it hits you like a ton of bricks…or a two-by-four upside your head…or that it quietly but relentlessly tickles your subconscious like a gentle feather…something, anything that can wake you up to life and inspire you to begin living your life on purpose. She believes you will benefit from what she has learned and discovered. Your only task is to focus on what resonates with you. Leave the rest behind.

One final note: Each chapter of the book contains stories about her time on the river and then goes “Beyond the Canyon” with ideas, action steps, and even checklists to help you focus on what’s essential for you. Dive in!


Notes:

Angie Mattson Stegall’s Make Some Room is a guide for how to simplify, so you can live a more fulfilling life. After taking a life changing rafting trip through the Grand Canyon, Angie realized how unsatisfied and overwhelmed she had been in her day- to-day life. This trip gave her the chance to evaluate what was truly important and the things that needed to change once her and her husband returned home. She created the “Make Some Room Manifesto”, consisting of 20 lessons she learned on her trip. In her book, these lessons are explained in depth using examples from her trip, descriptions of the way that these apply to real life, and action steps to implement these lessons in your own life.

Overall, this book is remarkably helpful. The set up is simple, the lessons straightforward, and action steps accomplishable. The author does a great job of using statistics and referencing other sources to support her ideas. The overarching theme of mindfully living a simpler life is one that many people are feeling the need for in this day and age. Her useful lessons such as disconnecting from technology to reconnect in relationships or decluttering your home and schedule are not revolutionary, but the straightforward manner she describes these topics makes these goals seem achievable. The only complaint is the use of hashtags in the writing, especially when the author is talking about disconnecting from social media. That said, the action step guide at the end of the book is a great touch, since you can go through all the steps without having to search through the book. Make Some Room is a great, quick read for those who are looking to find a little more meaning and purpose in life.

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Angie Mattson Stegall

Angie Mattson

Angie Mattson Stegall is an award-winning author, executive coach/consultant, and freedom finder. 

“I support leaders who are ready to ask BIG questions, to explore new perspectives, and to think outside the boring box.”

Her profound sense of adventure, creativity, and her deep knowledge of “soft skills” (think: communication, emotional intelligence, diplomacy, and working with teams) allows her to guide her clients and their teams through activities (often outdoors) in a way that invites them to engage with their own creativity. The result is individuals and teams who get excited about out-of-the-box thinking that leads to new ideas and new perspectives on their personal or professional projects, in their work, and in deeper ways that positively impacts many areas of their personal lives, too.

Learn more at www.angiestegall.com.


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Unexpected Gifts: My Journey with My Father’s Dementia

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Unexpected Gifts

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“He didn’t know his age, the year, or his surroundings, but he knew his life could still make a difference. On this path, he went forward with his heart. Every emotion was authentic. Each moment was new—but it was also full of love, anger, or fear, and he had to travel through it.” In a matter of days, Eve Soldinger’s life and family changed utterly: Her beloved father was diagnosed with dementia. The challenges are those every adult child faced with caring for an aging parent will recognize: How do I see to his needs? How do I protect him? How do I explain to others? But her insight and experience also bring a fresh, hopeful perspective. Discover with Eve and her family how they not only coped with practical challenges, but transformed heartbreaking years into a time of laughter, growth, and love—unexpected gifts that will enrich the lives of all families who walk this path.


Eve Soldinger

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Eve Soldinger has always studied and taught transformation and spiritual healing. She is an Acupuncturist and Medical Qigong Therapist in Washington, DC and Silver Spring, Maryland. Her book, Unexpected Gifts: My Journey with MyFather’s Dementia, was published in March 2016 by Three Gems Publishing. Eve can be found at www.evesoldinger.com, and on Facebook at Eve Soldinger, Acupuncturist and Medical Qigong Therapist.


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Black Sails White Rabbits: Cancer Was the Easy Part

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Black Sails White Rabbits: 

Cancer Was the Easy Part

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“This is a compelling and extraordinary book about a life of extremes. Of mental pain and sporting triumph, of acute despair and a determination to achieve what others take for granted: a settled family life with a wife and children who love him. It’s a jagged ride, funny, romantic and agonizing. Black Sails White Rabbits is essential for what it says about mental illness and how crudely we still treat it. And like all the best art, it’s honesty is cathartic.”

– Philip Delves Broughton, New York Times bestselling author of Ahead of the Curve:Two Years at Harvard Business School and The Art of the Sale

Young sailor and aspiring Olympic competitor Kevin A. Hall’s biggest dream was to raise a family. But within the space of three years, he was diagnosed with both testicular cancer and bipolar disorder, putting his family and Olympic dreams on hold. He soon found that surviving cancer was the easy part.
At the age of twenty, Hall began experiencing the exhilarating highs and terrifying lows of bipolar disorder–along with delusions that could make his reality seem like a waking nightmare. And in what could have been a final blow, after four years of struggling to provide love and support, his soul mate chose self-preservation and walked away.
Now a renowned Olympic and America’s Cup sailor with a wonderful wife and family, Hall shares a behind-the-scenes look at his struggles with mental illness in the riveting memoir Black Sails White Rabbits. In the face of crushing ups and downs, hospitalizations, and family drama, Hall has learned to weather the ever-changing tide of health struggles and personal woes, achieving success despite seemingly impossible odds.
A courageous look at a life filled with overwhelming challenges, this frank and fierce memoir also contains a surprising love story at its core, a tribute to the woman by his side.


Kevin A. Hall

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Kevin A. Hall is a graduate of Brown University in mathematics and French literature. Despite being diagnosed with bipolar disorder in 1989, he became a world-champion Olympic sailor, as well as racing navigator in the 2007 America’s Cup match. He is also two-time testicular cancer survivor. Black Sails White Rabbits; Cancer Was the Easy Part is Hall’s first book. He currently lives in Auckland, New Zealand with his wife and their three children.

Learn more at KevinAHall.com.

 


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Touching Light

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Touching Light

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You have inside you a cloak of gossamer connective tissue that surrounds and supports everything and functions like fiber optics. This tissue is called fascia. In these pages, myofascial release expert Ronelle Wood translates the scientific language for the chemistry, function, and physiology of fascia, shares her hands-on expertise, and explains in layman’s terms how our fascia affects us all in everyday life and its potential as a prime source of health and rejuvenation. Gay Hendricks says in his foreword: “I’ve been blessed to know many great healers and teachers over my forty-five years in the field of transformation; Ronelle is right at the top of the list of masterful practitioners I’ve known.” Read this book and you’ll no longer perceive your body as a misbehaving slave to be punished into submission, but as a communicative partner—always supporting you.


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The fascia, that cloak of gossamer connective tissue that surrounds and supports everything in our bodies, functions like fiber optics. It conducts light to all points of our precious vessel—and when it doesn’t—when light is stagnant or blocked—there is pain and trauma. Ronelle Wood, a leading specialist in Myofascial Release Therapy, knows the power of fascia from both sides – as a patient and as a healer. In her new book Touching Light: How to Free Your Fiber-Optic Fascia, Woodchronicles her path to discovering the life-changing technique that has made her a highly-successful, sought-after practitioner in her Ojai, CA clinic. In this interview, Wood looks deeply into the light-conducting nature of fascia and what that means for people, how it impacts their emotional and physical wellbeing – and how diminished light conduction can spur problems that someone might not even be aware.

Learn more at www.ohmsanctuary.com.


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Last Dance at the Savoy

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Last Dance at the Savoy

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When Kathryn Leigh Scott’s husband was diagnosed with progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP), a neurological disease for which there is (so far) no cure, it was a devastating time for both of them, not least because so little is known about the cause or treatment of a disease that affects some 20,000 Americans, a number similar to that of Lou Gehrig’s disease (ALS).

Last Dance at the Savoy is both a personal story about Scott’s husband, Geoff Miller, the founding editor of Los Angeles magazine, who lived life fully despite having a terminal illness, and a sharing of her insights on dealing with the day-to-day issues of caring for someone with a progressive neurological condition. Scott “often yearned for someone to figuratively take my hand and walk with me through the difficult times; I hope through this book I can reach out to you with encouragement and practical advice.”

Last Dance at the Savoy includes a resource guide that provides facts about prime-of-life diseases; contact information for support organizations, research studies and clinical trials; where to find handicap products and equipment; and recommended caregiving publications and family conferences.

Contains a foreword by Yvette Bordelon, MD, PhD, a neurologist at UCLA whose clinical work involves the diagnosis and treatment of movement disorders.

A percentage of royalties from Last Dance at the Savoy are donated to CurePSP.


Kathryn Leigh Scott

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Author/Actress Kathryn Leigh Scott has written several books of fiction and nonfiction. She starred in the cult favorite “Dark Shadows” and has recently appeared in a recurring role on “The Goldbergs.” She grew up on a farm in Robbinsdale, Minnesota and currently resides in New York City and Los Angeles

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The Thyroid Mystery Solved

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The Thyroid Mystery Solved 

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In a collaborative effort with Lisa Garr (Host of the Aware Show and KPFK radio show), Dr. Kajiki and Lisa created one of the first ever-educational DVD series for thyroid patients.

If you’ve been trying to solve the mystery of why you might be experiencing hair loss, weight gain, brain fog, dry skin, fatigue, depression and other symptoms, then this 5-part video series presented by Lisa Garr and Dr. Gil Kajiki of the Valley Thyroid Institute is for you!

Dr. Kajiki will guide you expertly through the processes involved in identifying your underlying conditions and triggers, getting to the root of the problem with proper testing using the Kajiki Protocol, and offering suggestions and solutions with the goal of educating and empowering you to feel perfectly healthy again!

Over 3 Hours of Information and Instruction Included!

  • Video 1: 6 Common Patterns of Low Thyroid Function Lisa Garr and Dr. Gil Kajiki lay the groundwork for understanding 6 of the most common lab test patterns of low thyroid function. Dr. Kajiki details the characteristics and explains what might be going on in your body.
  • Video 2: The Kajiki Protocol ,Video Length: 45 minutes In this second video, Dr. Kajiki systemically takes you through the Kajiki Protocol. He explains the connection between thyroid issues and Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis, and identifies the common triggers that could be your problem if your diagnosis isn’t Hashimoto’s.
  • Video 3: What’s Aggravating My Autoimmune System?
    Video Length: 51 minutes
    This video goes into great detail about the 8 most common triggers that may be aggravating your immune system and offers specific solutions to help keep each trigger in check so you start feeling better.
  • Video 4: Why Are My Lab Tests Normal But I Still have Thyroid Symptoms? Video Length: 33 minutesDr. Gil Kajiki explains why this happens and what you can do about it. He covers testing protocols, why lab results vary from lab to lab and more.
  • Video 5: The Bottom Line, Video Length: 23 minutes
    Do you have a thyroid problem or an autoimmune system problem, or both? Lisa and Dr. Kajiki recap and bring everything together in this final comprehensive video.
    Learn How To Identifying Your Underlying Conditions and Triggers, Get to the Root of the Problem with Proper Testing using the Kajiki Protocol To Empower You to Feel Perfectly Healthy and Full Of Energy!

Dr. Gil Kajiki

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Dr. Gil Kajiki is the nation’s leading expert in non-drug treatment for hypothyroidism, low thyroid and Hashimoto’s disease and founder of the Valley Thyroid Institute, a worldwide treatment center. He has pioneered the use of 11 different thyroid tests instead of the standard three, along with a battery of tests to detect and resolve the cause root of thyroid imbalance in hard-to-heal patients. Autoimmune conditions, weight loss, energy sluggishness and more are often resolved.

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Living Hope: Steps to Leaving Suffering Behind

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Living Hope: Steps to Leaving Suffering Behind

 

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A short but powerful true story of loss, starting with a house fire that killed Lynne Cockrum-Murphy’s sisters and father and left her badly burned when she was just 30 months old, and follows the life that grew out of that tragedy. Instead of giving in to a family history of dysfunction she writes about dealing with loss, family alcoholism and chaos, an eating disorder and shows that there is a way to move beyond the events of the past

 

Interwoven in the story are actions, steps, tools and even a reading and movie list to help youmove forward into a life filled with spirituality, meaning and purpose. The story is a model of hope, action and success.

 


Lynne Cockrum-Murphy

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Lynne Cockrum-Murphy is an intuitive consultant specializing in helping people move forward on their spiritual path. She channels, offers ThetaHealing®, readings, Access Bars and facilitates physical healing, emotional growth and removes blocks to a life of joy, meaning and purpose.

Learn more at www.LynneCockrum-Murphy.com.


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