Book Reviews

“Black Victim To Black Victor” – Book Review

A courageous, straightforward, insightful writer. A truth-revealing mirror, reflecting an inconvenient reality. A powerful message that once internalized by those who receive it holds the potential to unlock decades-old social obstacles and start the much-awaited, much-needed healing process of a nation. Adam B. Coleman is the writer. “Black Victim to Black Victor” is the heartfelt, […]

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“Give Yourself a Nudge” – Book Review

Discover the proactive way to decision-making and let values be the architect of your personal and professional future. In his latest book,  “Give Yourself a Nudge: Helping Smart People Make Smarter Personal and Business Decisions”, decision-making expert Ralph L. Keeney, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus at the Fuqua School of Business of Duke University, USA, shares a

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“I Love You, But I Hate Your Politics” – Book Review

An experience-based, reasonable response for all of those who ask themselves whether opposing political views inevitably announce the end of a romantic relationship, the severing of a familial tie or that of a friendship, Dr. Jeanne Safer’s new book “I Love You, But I Hate Your Politics” is a guide on how to manage your

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“Shame: Free Yourself, Find Joy, and Build True Self-Esteem” – Book Review

An elegant, experience-informed and evidence-conscious substantial approach to a rather unpopular, yet always-present self-development factor, “Shame: Free Yourself, Find Joy, and Build True Self-Esteem” by Joseph Burgo, PhD is what you need to read if you want to discover a fresh way of thinking about what many of us hurried to consider one of our biggest everyday

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“The Ape that Understood the Universe” – Book Review

Not your mother’s alien scientist’s guide to the human universe. If you were looking for a new book to put on your shelf next to Darwin’s Origin of Species, Dawkins’ Selfish Gene and Harari’s Sapiens (after you’ve read it of course!), you’re in luck: Cambridge University Press has just published the book for you. The Ape

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“The Wonder of Prenatal Education” – Book Review

The informational boost you need to properly include science-driven strategies in your future-parent preparations. Give your child a great cognitive and emotional start in life by incorporating the methods presented by Dr. Chong Chen, research scientist at the RIKEN Brain Science Institute, Japan, in the third and last volume of the Your Baby’s Developing Brain

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“The Seed of Intelligence” – Book Review

The ultimate scientific FAQ collection for expecting parents! “The Seed Of Intelligence“, the second book in the Your Baby’s Developing Brain series by Dr. Chong Chen, research scientist at the RIKEN Brain Science Institute, Japan, takes an in-depth look at what makes for optimal nutrition and healthy lifestyle for expecting mothers and how to safely

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