The 30-Day Sobriety Solution Book Review

Sobriety is the condition of not having any measurable levels or effects from alcohol. Sobriety is also considered to be the natural state of a human being given at a birth. A person in a state of sobriety is considered sober . In a treatment setting, sobriety is the achieved goal of independence from consuming … [Read more…]

Living Beyond Your Feelings Book Review

A feeling is an experience of emotion. While the term “feeling” can be used to describe purely physical sensations, such as touch or pain, in the context of this article we are going to talk about feelings as psychological phenomenon, such as being head over heels in love or simply feeling like a cool dude. … [Read more…]

The 5 Second Rule Book Review

Doubt sneaks into our lives slowly and gradually until suddenly we realize that it has consumed us. Doubt can interfere with even the best of marriages, sever the most talented career trajectories, rob the most brilliant creativity and shatter the most dedicated of drives. How is it that the seed of doubt alone can take … [Read more…]

Discipline Equals Freedom Book Review

Discipline is not the sort of word that, on the face of it, fills many people with much excitement and even less likely, joy. This is often because people don’t think of it in quantitative terms and their minds turn all too quickly to the difficulty of exercising discipline rather than its benefits. It is … [Read more…]

48 Laws of Power Book Review

No one can give you any power you haven’t earned. Titular power is power given to a person and only connected with the title. The only power that one gains from the title is the power that the people give to the person, or allow the person to wield. Powerful people and “non powerful” people … [Read more…]

The Way of the Superior Man Book Review

A spirituality that offers a sacred path for the man to rediscover the nuances of their own line of life and redefine their lives according to the story of their hearts. This path can be named the spiritual male journey or male spirituality. This journey is formed by three stages: a) Achieving success; b) Crisis … [Read more…]

I Thought it Was Just Me Book Review

Shame is a painful, social emotion that can be seen as resulting from comparison of the self ‘s action with the self’s standards but which may equally stem from comparison of the self’s state of being with the ideal social context’s standard. Thus, shame may stem from volitional action or simply self-regard; no action by … [Read more…]