Binge Battle Book Recommendations

"My mind is my weapon...and a mind needs books as a sword needs a whetstone, if it is to keep its edge." - George R. R. Martin, A Game of Thrones.

Responding to the uncommonly high misdiagnosis of bi-polarity and attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder amongst children, integrative psychologist Victoria L. Dunckley, M.D., offers research and insight into Electronic Screen Syndrome (ESS). While ESS is not a recognized disorder, (Harriet Hall M.D., Skeptic magazine, 2020), Reset Your Child's Brain is worthwhile reading for any curious parent.

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Experts in the field of positive psychology, Caroline Adams Miller, MAPP, and Dr. Michael B. Frisch share their research on the importance of life lists in a fun and interactive way. "This powerful book brings together the latest scientific research on goal setting and well-being and presents it in an engaging way anyone can follow to create a better life." - James Pawelski, PhD, Positive Psychology Center, University of Pennsylvania.

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Credited as the father of Positive Psychology, psychologist Martin E. P. Seligman intertwines clinical research and anecdotal storytelling to explain the Well-being Theory and its elements (PERMA): positive emotion, engagement, relationships, meaning, and achievement, as a means to lead a flourishing life. "I was immediately charmed... admirable and exciting. The book is full of nuggets about why positive approaches work." - The Sunday Times.

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