What We're Reading   

Below are a collection of 
recommended books that support
the growth health and well-being of individuals in a variety of life stages.

Holistic Health and Nutrition

The Mood Cure

The Mood Cure is a comprehensive natural approach that jump-starts your program with brain-fueling amino acids combined with a high-protein, healthy-fat, veggie-rich diet and other nutritional strategies. Beginning with the 4-part questionnaire to identify your mood type, The Mood Cure will help you to:

•Lift the dark cloud of depression
•Blast the blahs
•Cool anxiety and stress
•Comfort oversensitive feelings
•Let go of emotional eating
•Recover from addictions
•Find reliable alternatives to anti-depressants

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Life Transitions and Planning

The Money Book for the Young Fabulous & Broke

This user-friendly guide offers a clear introduction to practical investing and money management techniques that can turn even a dismal financial situation around.  In The Money Book for the Young, Fabulous &: Broke, Orman shows readers how to set priorities and achieve goals, whether it is to buy a house or save for retirement or pay for a child's education. She also offers inspiration to readers to face their financial problems and get started on a solution.  Get advice on managing: Credit card debt, student loans, credit scores, the first real job, buying a first home, insurance facts: auto, home, renters, health and financial issues of the self-employed. 

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The Defining Decade

Our “thirty-is-the-new-twenty” culture tells us that the twentysomething years don’t matter. Some say they are an extended adolescence. Others call them an emerging adulthood. But thirty is not the new twenty. Meg Jay argues that twentysomethings have been caught in a swirl of hype and misinformation, much of which has trivialized what is actually the most transformative period of our adult lives.  This book provides the tools necessary to make the most of your twenties, and shows how work, relationships, personality, social networks, identity, and even the brain can change more during this decade than any other time in adulthood—if we use this time wisely.

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