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    • Herpes Is Not the End of Your Love Life

    • Learn the Perks to Genital Herpes
    • By: Patricia A Carlisle
    • Narrated by: Dorothy Deavers Moore
    • Length: 1 hr and 22 mins
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    This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to feel confident in discussing herpes and enjoy your love life in the context of sexual relationships. Genital herpes as a diagnosis is not a death sentence, but managing and coping with herpes will be an ongoing part of your life. Herpes is no small matter. One in five adults is estimated to have genital herpes, according to the American Social Health Association, and 80% are not aware they contracted the disease.

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    • Learn How to Manage Your Attention and Managing Your Time Will Follow

    • By: Patricia A. Carlisle
    • Narrated by: Jeffrey A. Hering
    • Length: 1 hr and 35 mins
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    Attention management is the ability to control your distraction and maximize your focus, to be present in your moments, engage your flow, and unleash your genius. At its heart, attention management is about learning how to focus your attention, breaking free from all the things you're constantly distracted by or reacting to. Time management is a process by which one consciously keeps track of the amount of time they spend on each of their activities, in an effort to increase efficiency when it comes to usage of time.

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    • Body and Mind Connection

    • The Connection Between Physical Health and Mental Wellness
    • By: Patricia A. Carlisle
    • Narrated by: Cathy Beard
    • Length: 1 hr and 5 mins
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    This book attempts to establish the correlation between the mind and the body, and how each impacts the other; and at the same time provides operational definitions of the words mind and body. The mind represents more than just the thinking faculty of a person, associated usually with thoughts, ideas, and concepts and the ability to process them. Beyond this usual understanding of what constitutes the mind, I propose that the mind transcends one's thoughts.

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    • Suicidal Behavior

    • Learn How to Recognize Suicidal Behavior in Your Friends and Family
    • By: Patricia Carlisle
    • Narrated by: Cathy Beard
    • Length: 20 mins
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    Suicidal acts and attempts are phenomena that have been committed from one generation to another all around the world. Why do some people attempt suicide? There are various reasons that may warrant such thing. Perhaps the most populous and famous suicide committed in the history of mankind was the one carried out by Judas Iscariot. Judas Iscariot betrayed Jesus Christ of Nazareth according to the Christian Bible, and the motive behind it was because of his greed for money.

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    • Art Therapy

    • Learn Some Principal Things About Art Therapy
    • By: Patricia A Carlisle
    • Narrated by: Victor Hugo Martinez
    • Length: 46 mins
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    Art has been used as a means of communication, self-expression, group interaction, diagnosis, and conflict resolution throughout history. For thousands of years, cultures and religions around the world have incorporated the use of carved idols and charms, as well as sacred paintings and symbols, in the healing process. The establishment of art therapy as a unique and publicly accepted therapeutic approach only took place recently, in the mid-20th century.

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    • Read by a computer

    • By Rebecca Hunt on 01-01-18

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    • Boundaries in Relationships

    • How to Develop Boundaries in Marriage and Dating
    • By: Patricia Carlisle
    • Narrated by: Trevor Clinger
    • Length: 26 mins
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    The easiest way to understand boundaries in your relationships is to consider boundaries as a property line. Everyone has seen "No Trespassing" signs, which sends the reasonable message that if you abuse that limit, there will be consequences. This type of limit is anything but difficult to comprehend because you can actually see the sign and the borders it ensures. Individual boundaries can be harder to characterize because the lines are imperceptible, can change, and are extraordinary to every person.

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    • LOVED THE NARRATOR AND THE CONTENT!

    • By Ntussia on 01-22-17

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    • Personality Disorder: How to Create Boundaries and Borderlines

    • By: Patricia A. Carlisle
    • Narrated by: Seth Carlson
    • Length: 53 mins
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    One of the most highly publicized personality disorders is borderline personality disorder (BPD). Research shows that about 11% of people who seek outpatient treatment, and about 19% of those treated in inpatient settings have BPD. And about 74% of those diagnosed with BPD are women. According to the DSM-V, the American Psychological Association's diagnostic manual, in order to diagnose a person with BPD, they must manifest a pervasive pattern of instability in interpersonal relationships, self-image, and affect, accompanied by marked impulsivity.

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    • Abusive Relationship: Gaslighting Signs You Are in an Abusive Relationship

    • By: Patricia A. Carlisle
    • Narrated by: Neil Reeves
    • Length: 1 hr and 41 mins
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    As defined in psychoanalysis & psychotherapy, gaslighting is the act of trying "to cause another individual to doubt his/her own judgments and perceptions". The name is inspired by a famous Ingrid Bergman movie in which she is slowly driven insane by her husband. A common method of gaslighting is known as the "double-whammy", in which the gaslighter puts down the victim, waits for the victim's response, and then attacks the victim's judgment, perspective or questioning of the original attack.

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    • THIS BOOK WOW! EYE OPENER

    • By Alesia411 on 08-06-18

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    • Addiction and Mental Health

    • Learn How Substance Abuse and Mental Illness Often Go Together
    • By: Patricia Carlisle
    • Narrated by: David Winograd
    • Length: 24 mins
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    Addiction and mental health is a serious and critical issue in our society. Imagine a city occupied by drug addicts and mentally ill individuals, how do you think such a city can fare? Probably you would agree that such a place is actually building a foundation set on a time bomb. When a person is addicted to a substance which serves a specific purpose and on the long run, the addiction becomes abusive; there is every tendency that such person can become a dangerous member of society.

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    • Nomophobia

    • A Rising Trend In Students
    • By: Patricia A Carlisle
    • Narrated by: M.G. Jones
    • Length: 1 hr and 14 mins
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    Does the "ding" of your phone have you dropping whatever you're doing to see who "liked" your latest Facebook status? Are you answering work emails before rubbing the sleep from your eyes? Does a low battery icon leave you quivering in fear? You, my friend, are likely suffering from nomophobia. Nomophobia, as the name suggests, is a fear of not being able to stay connected by mobile all the time.

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    • School Bullying

    • How to Tell if Your Child Is Being Bullied
    • By: Patricia A Carlisle
    • Narrated by: Frank Stecky
    • Length: 1 hr and 42 mins
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    Although at first it may seem simple to define what constitutes bullying behavior, it does not always fit the classic stereotype of the older boy beating up his smaller classmate. Bullying is a multifaceted behavior that shifts with the situation, the people involved, the time and place. The Centers for Disease Control & Prevention defines bullying as "unwanted, aggressive behavior among school-aged children that involves a real or perceived power imbalance.

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    • How to Cope with Distressing Voices

    • By: Patricia A Carlisle
    • Narrated by: Sandy Vernon
    • Length: 29 mins
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    This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to deal with the voices in your head. There is useful information about voices or auditory hallucinations and what their possible causes and complications are. This book also talks about the various treatment methods you can use to cope with distressing voices.

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    • Assertiveness: How to Stand Up for Yourself and Be Strong in Every Situation

    • By: Patricia Carlisle
    • Narrated by: Dan McGowan
    • Length: 28 mins
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    You're about to discover strategies on how to stand up for yourself. It's a great way of thinking, and it is crucial to stand up for you. Yet there are methods for doing this that are really prudent. Ways that will help both you and your relationship. Ways that will keep you from defying the individuals you really need to face. Sincerely telling others what you need, your cravings, and how you feel shows individual pride, fearlessness, and regard.

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    • Hypersexuality and Bipolar Disorder Individuals

    • By: Patricia A. Carlisle
    • Narrated by: Trevor Clinger
    • Length: 47 mins
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    Hypersexuality behavior is one of the more common aspects of an individual suffering from bipolar disorder, and causes the individual to continuously look to satisfy his or her sexual appetite. The condition can be a cause for tremendous amount of worry among loved ones of the individual that may fear for the person physical as we as sexual health. I've long said that society discusses human sexuality less in the bipolar disorder community.

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    • Does my disorder make me horny, baby?

    • By Ray Johnson on 03-09-18

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    • Alcohol Addiction

    • What You Need to Know If You Love an Alcoholic
    • By: Patricia A. Carlisle
    • Narrated by: Cathy Beard
    • Length: 1 hr and 26 mins
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    This book contains proven steps and strategies on what you need to know if you love an alcoholic, and help you to assess how serious a drinking problem is. Many health professionals now consider alcoholism to be the largest single medical problem in the US. There may be few outward signs during the early stages of alcoholism. The person may be able to function fairly normally. Some personality changes may be apparent, for example, increasing conflict with family members, and an inability to handle stress.

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    • Juicer Pulp: Learn How to Use Leftover Juice Pulp

    • By: Patricia A. Carlisle
    • Narrated by: Sam Slydell
    • Length: 54 mins
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    The pulp, or the fiber, is also known as roughage or bulk. These are the parts of the fruits/vegetables that your juicer retains behind when it separates the juices from the plant foods. There are two categories of fiber - soluble and insoluble fiber. Your body needs both of these. When consumed, these fibers do not get digested but pass through your digestive system unchanged. On its way to being eliminated from your body, it adds bulk to your stool and softens it, preventing constipation.

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    • The Art of Shutting Up

    • For People Who Don't Know How to Hold a Conversation
    • By: Patricia A. Carlisle
    • Narrated by: Sharon Olivia Blumberg
    • Length: 28 mins
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    This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to cope with people who never know when to be quiet. Some people talk just to hear themselves talk, while others have to explain every detail of their lives. Some people never seem to shut up, no matter if they are monopolizing the conversation or you have a meeting to start. You will no doubt be familiar with these people because they are also the ones who can never let you finish your story before they interrupt you with a similar story that, to them, is even better.

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    • Antisocial vs. Asocial

    • Which One Are You?
    • By: Patricia A. Carlisle
    • Narrated by: Alex Freeman
    • Length: 32 mins
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    Antisocial behavior can be characterized as an overall lack of adherence to the social mores, and standards that allow members of society to coexist peaceably. Many people who display this type of behavior may seem charming, but often cause harm to others, and show little remorse for their actions. Antisocial behavior can be part of a larger conduct disorder, or personality disorder. On the other hand, an asocial individual is someone who keeps to themselves, generally ignoring other people. Just as asexual is without sex, asocial is without socialization.

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    • Music Therapy: Learn How Music Therapy Helps Depression, Stress and Mental Balance

    • By: Patricia Carlisle
    • Narrated by: Michael Welte
    • Length: 15 mins
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    Music is the food for the soul, for the earliest means of entertainment, worship ,and celebration music played a pivotal role in these areas still today, music continues to play a unique yet very important role in the entire universe. The sound of it dominates the Earth and all human race bows to its rhythms. No one has been able to stop the diversification of music and music is so open ended that it continues to grow and bear different sounds which scientist have now notice that it could be explored for different purposes in all areas of life.

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    • Mental Health and College Students

    • Mental Health Challenges Facing Students in College
    • By: Patricia A Carlisle
    • Narrated by: Jon Wilkins
    • Length: 28 mins
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    This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to identify the signs and symptoms of test stress and tension in college students. It is neither a misrepresentation, nor is it a shock, to say that there is a mental health emergency today confronting college students. Research has shown that college students have more levels of anxiety than ever before in the country's history. The acknowledgment of the emergency is documented in reports while trying to understand the extent of the issue.

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