Better than a pill...
Hotter than a stolen tamale…
Healthier than a carrot...
More helpful than a hotline…
Going Bonkers? is a self-help magazine with a sense of humor. Each issue is packed with valuable, real-life solutions to the issues we face everyday -- offering information, motivation and inspiration in the areas of self-help, self-improvement, relationships, family, stress management, and more. Articles are written by doctors, psychologists, therapists, and best-selling authors in a lite, clear and fun style.
Articles in this issue include:
North Star: Finding Your Next Step in the Midst of Fear, Pain or Chaos
Loving Your is Killing Me: Tips and Tools for Loving a Crazy-Maker
Diagnosing the Neighbors: The Fun Guide to Recognizing and Dealing with Today's Personality Disorders
Recession without Depression: Coping When Times Get Tough
My Spouse Acts Like He (She) Hates Me: When You No Longer Feel Loved By Your Partner
Emotions Exposed: How Hidden Emotions Control Your Life
Unattached: How Neglectful or Absent Parents Shaped Your Life
Telling Your Secret: For Adult Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse
Today Matters: Steps You Can Take Today to Ensure Success Tomorrow
Psycho-Cybernetics: What It Is and How to Use it to Get Amazing Results
Bringing Out the Best in Others
Unclaimed Baggage: How to Move Forward When Your Past is Holding You Back
Taming the Inner Brat: Simple Solutions for Calming Your Internal Struggles
When Perfect Isn't Good Enough: Perfecting the Art of Being Imperfect
Confident Conversations: Tools For Handling Difficult Conversations
How to Get Untangled from A Toxic Web (Relationships)
The Mother Factor: How Your Mother Still Affects Your Life Today
Hot in the Cot, Or Not: How Intimacy Really Affects Your Relationship
Jealousy: Understanding and Taming The Green Eyed Monster
J. Carol Pereyra is the Editor in Chief of Going Bonkers Magazine, and publishes this Going Bonkers Series with the support and efforts of best-selling authors, doctors, pyschologists, therapists, and professionals who are experts in their field.
One particular aspect of human nature which Pereyra believes can bring health and well-being is our sense of humor. Pereyra says, "I really believe that the sound of laughter is far more contagious than any cough, sniffle or sneeze; it relaxes the body and reduces stress. I knew I wanted a series of self-help books and magazines that presented readers with solutions to real life problems, while injecting humor. And we've accomplished that with Going Bonkers!"