Book Review

MGTOW: Why I Cheat: 11 Stories of Freedom For Men By Tim Patten

A collection of short stories, MGTOW: Why I Cheat: 11 Stories of Freedom For Men by Tim Patten concentrates on men’s relationships, or perhaps the lack thereof, and some predicaments men may find themselves in when it comes to relationships. There are eleven unique stories concentrating on different aspects of experiences men may have with… Continue reading MGTOW: Why I Cheat: 11 Stories of Freedom For Men By Tim Patten

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Effective Biblical Counseling By Larry Crabb

Larry Crabb’s book, Effective Biblical Counseling, is the best resource for anyone interested in counseling in a Christian context, including those who minister to people in a church setting or ministry. The author explains why Biblical counseling can be so confusing today as counselors are pulling from different secular sources without stopping to think about… Continue reading Effective Biblical Counseling By Larry Crabb

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I’m Ok, You’re Ok By Thomas A. Harris, M.D.

In this psychoanalytical theory resource, I’m OK-You’re Ok, Thomas A. Harris, M.D. explains his approach to theory of psychology. The theory is rooted in psychoanalysis and deals with grouping people into four categories of how they approach the world dealing with “okayness”. This isn’t as strong an approach as Freud, but there are a lot… Continue reading I’m Ok, You’re Ok By Thomas A. Harris, M.D.

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Change Your Mind to Change Your Life: Ways of Thinking That Really Work By Warren Lake

In what can be described as a long article or brochure, Change Your Mind to Change Your Life: Ways of Thinking That Really Work by Warren Lake is a part philosophical, part psychological guide on how our cognitive processes affect our behaviors and actions. Each chapter is a short essay on a cognitive topic depicting… Continue reading Change Your Mind to Change Your Life: Ways of Thinking That Really Work By Warren Lake

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Shattering Black Male Stereotypes: Eradicating the Ten Most Destructive Media-Generated Illusions About Black Men By Michael Taylor

Michael Taylor’s book, Shattering Black Male Stereotypes: Eradicating the Ten Most Destructive Media-Generated Illusions About Black Men is a non-fiction work that opens up dialogue about ten of the most common myths of black men that the media portrays. Taylor offers some scientific studies to demonstrate the inaccuracy of these myths, but also relies heavily… Continue reading Shattering Black Male Stereotypes: Eradicating the Ten Most Destructive Media-Generated Illusions About Black Men By Michael Taylor