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Mindful : October 2015
HOW TO LIVE WELL WITH CHRONIC PAIN AND ILLNESS Toni Bernhard • Wisdom A highly successful law professor at UC Davis, Toni Bernhard fell ill in 2001 with an energy-depleting, painful condition that she never recovered from. It led to an early retirement and a life utterly rearranged. She turned to mindfulness practice not simply to “get through it,” but to alter her perspective altogether. Now, she brings wisdom and hands-on experience that’s of value not only for chronic pain sufferers, but for anyone who finds that life is so often not the bed of roses we’d dreamed of. NEUROTRIBES The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity Steve Silberman • Avery Steve Silberman first wrote about autism for the December 2001 issue of WIRED, where he is a contributor. So began his journey into the complex issue of a neu- rological phenomenon both misunder- stood and mishandled by society since its discovery. NeuroTribes chronicles the histor y of autism, tells the often ignored accounts of autistic people, and offers a new approach, not just to autism, but to human cognition altogether. LIVING MINDFULLY Deborah Schoeberlein David, with David Panakkal, MD • Wisdom Six years ago, Deborah Schoeberlein David wrote Mindful Teaching and Teaching Mindfulness: A Guide for Anyone Who Teaches Anything. It was one of the first books to provide practi- cal mindfulness tools for teachers, and it still holds up today. Living Mindfully offers the same straight, ungooey prose, as she presents simple practices to bring mindfulness into the office, the bedroom, the boardroom, and beyond. 16 mindful October 2015 reviews Bookmark This read... listen... download