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Mindful : June 2015
YES, AND Kelly Leonard and Tom Yor ton • Harper Business No, but thinking is ruining our lives! When confronted with innovative possibilities, we say “No, let’s not do that, but why don’t we do what I want instead?” Not a prescription for trusting, playful, creative interaction. Instead, these comic improv specialists from The Second City say we need to embrace the core principle of improvisa- tion, Yes, And: OK, I go along with you and now, how about this? Your pal responds in kind, and voila, you’re improvising. Ever y- body learns, new pathways are discovered, it’s fun and, at times, funny. This is a light book with a ver y helpful message. PEACE, BUGS, AND UNDERSTANDING An Adventure in Sibling Harmony Gail Silver and Youme Nguyen Ly • Plum Blossom Kids can be quick to anger and slow to feel empathy. But when they act out, the response is usually discipline rather than counsel. Gail Silver is changing that with children’s books that address anger head on in a fun, insightful way. Using a frog-like creature as an analogy for anger, Peace, Bugs, and Understanding teaches an older sister to be grateful and compassionate toward her younger sister. Is anger really so different from an icky, obnoxious thing that won’t get off your back? OVERWORKED AND OVERWHELMED The Mindfulness Alternative Scott Eblin • Wiley Before we had so many devices to make life simpler and more leisure-filled, people went home at the end of the day and did other stuff. Some of it was fun and relaxing, communal and familial. Bowling leagues were big and TVs were small. Now, we’re all over worked and over whelmed, just like the title of this book says. Take a hard look and admit if you must that you’re not per form- ing at your best. If so, you’re ready to use the big kit of mindfulness tools that make up the bulk of this handy manual. 16 mindful June 2015 reviews Bookmark This read... listen... download www.newworldlibrary.com also available as ebooks $15.95•PAPERBACK “An empathic tenderness runs through this wise and down-to-earth guide to parenting with greater awareness.” — MYLA and JON KABAT-ZINN authors of Everyday Blessings: The Inner Work of Mindful Parenting “A beautifully written guide into the fierce, lib- erating aliveness within the present moment. Steve Taylor’s intimacy is transforming.” — MICHAEL BERNARD BECKWITH author of Life Visioning $17.00•PAPERBACK ECKHART TOLLE EDITIONS