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:
Take My Parent, Please: Coping with a Difficult Elderly Parent
Getting Out of the Dog House: What to Do When You're In Trouble With Your Spouse -- and How to Break the Dog House Cycle
Breaking Up is Hard to Do: The Anatomy of a Break up
Undoing Depression: What You Need to Know
The Kids Are Not OK: Moving Back Home After College
Cheater, Cheater, Affair Repeater: The Real Scoop
Woulda, Shoulda, Coulda: Overcoming Regret
Goodbye Guilt: How to Stop Holding Yourself Hostage
Conflict For Cowards: Simple Solutions for Facing and Resolving Conflicts
Pet Peeves: The Pet That Everyone Owns
How to Flas-Freeze Your Negative Thoughts
How Dare They Do That: Understanding Moral Anger & Outrage
How to Read A Person Like A Book
Don't Just Sit There, Do Something: Coping with Loss
Acting for Everyday Life
Don't Get Stuck in Analysis Paralysis
If You Can't Change Your Realty, Change Your Mindset
Make Your Dreams Come True: The Secret Formula
Match or Mismatch: Couples Who Are Right and Wrong for Each Other
How's Your Chemistry Quotient: The Truth About Attraction
How to Spice Up the Romance in Your Relationship
When Hidden Stress Causes Illness
Loving Someone With Bipolor Disorder
Adult ADD and ADHD: Understanding It and Living With It
Getting Over the Holiday Blues
And Much, Much More!
About the Author
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!"