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 problems 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 an easy-to-read and fun style.
Iconic author Deepak Chopra wrote the cover article, "Harnessing The Healing Power of the Mind". Dr. Chopra shows us how to live in balance, from our deepest level.
Other Articles in this Issue include:
An Article by best-selling author Gregg Braden, as he discusses his groundbreaking work on what we can expect for our future.
Free to Love: Awakening Your Capacity for Loving Relationships, by Dr. David Simon
Appreciate Yourself For Who You Really Are: Increasing Your Self-Esteem
When Your Guy is in a Bromance
The Angry Smile: Understanding Passive Aggressive Behaviors
So You Need to Hire A Caregiver?: Buyer Beware.
Communication: Tips to Communicate with Your Spouse Effectively
What Did She Call Me?: A Guide to Developing Your Personal Brand
Increase Your Brain Power: Ways To Help Your Brain Come Back to Life
Stop Worrying Now: How to Be Happy Moment by Moment
Reality TV Craze: Are you a Fan or a Fanatic
Coping with Critics
The Power of Connection: Understanding How We Connect with Others
How to Overcome Your Comfort Addiction
Conflict and Foregiveness: For Those who hate Confrontation
Relax, Everything is Fine: Overcoming Your Fears
Resiliency: Using Your Ability to Withstand and Recover
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!"