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Mindful : October 2016
THE MINDFULNESS-BASED EATING SOLUTION Proven Strategies to End Overeating, Satisfy Your Hunger & Savor Your Life Lynn Rossy • New Harbinger The “Eat for Life” program outlined in this book emerged when Rossy, a health psychologist, was asked to respond to the needs of people with weight issues who were coming to the Uni- versity of Missouri wellness program. In developing the program, Rossy also measured its effectiveness. She shares these results as well as uplifting stories of people who made a better overall relationship with their body and mind through Eat for Life. This book asks us to examine, through the lens of mindful- ness, our views and habits surrounding food, and presents practical steps for interrupting the autopiloting that is at the core of so many of our challenges with food. ● TRIBE On Homecoming and Belonging Sebastian Junger • Harper Collins Every once in a while a book comes along that takes a topic on everyone’s mind and asks you take a really fresh look. Junger does that for the phenomenon of returning veterans and PTSD. In Tr i b e , he celebrates something that soldiers learn to appreciate: the value of loyalty and belonging. Why do they have such difficulty reintegrating into “society”? Yes, it’s partly from the trauma they’ve suffered due to the horrors of war, but it’s also because the society they thought they were fighting to uphold has lost the intimacy and caring of true human society. We are not a tribe, he suggests. We are atomized, individualized, and lost in a pursuit of an ever-elusive paradise of material gratification. Isn’t it time to change that, he asks. Isn’t it time to find our tribe? “Humans don’t mind hardship... what they mind is not feeling necessary. ” Sebastian Junger AD Save 20% when you enter discount code MIND1029 at checkout! Offer expires 10/29/16. www.shambhala.com Girl Time A Mother- Daughter Activity Book for Sharing, Bonding, and Really Talking by Nuanprang Snitbhan, PsyD One moment your daughter wants to be cuddled and the next she’s a sassy teenager-in-training. Girl Time is a fun workbook of structured exercises to help mothers and preteen daughters spend quali- ty time together, share stories, and learn mindful- ness techniques to navigate this transitional time. Paperback $15.95 Girl Time A Mother- Daughter Activity Book for Sharing, Bonding, and Really Talking by Nuanprang Snitbhan, PsyD One moment your daughter wants to be cuddled NEW IN MINDFUL LIVING Cool Mind 11 Easy Ways to Relieve Stress, Boost Self-Confidence, and Improve Concen- tration in School, Sports, and Life by David Keefe The decade between ages 15 and 25 is full of life changes that can cause anxiety, stress, and low self-esteem. By using Keefe’s mindfulness and breathing techniques for as little as three minutes a day, he says, young people can learn to feel calm- er, happier, and better able to achieve their goals. Paperback $10.00 new in Mindful Living Shambhala Publications October 2016 mindful 19