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!
|Publisher:||Going Bonkers, LLC|
|Series:||Going Bonkers? , #4|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||4 MB|
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!"