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Turning Point Releases In the Time of the Mulberry
EDITOR'S BLOG
TURNING POINT RELEASES IN THE TIME OF THE MULBERRY
Turning Point, a boutique publishing house specializing in compelling Middle Eastern novels, bubbly humour titles, empowering self-help books, rich coffee table books, colourful children’s books, and practical Lebanese guides, has recently release their latest publication: In the Time of the Mulberry.
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Opening Up About Mental Disorders
PSYCHOFOCUS
OPENING UP ABOUT MENTAL DISORDERS
We have shed a lot of the barriers associated with things like skin color and physical handicaps.
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When Stealing Becomes An Obsession
PSYCHOFOCUS
WHEN STEALING BECOMES AN OBSESSION
Psychiatrically speaking, kleptomania can be classified under obsessive-compulsive disorders, impulsive control disorders, and paranoia.
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Success Is In Your Hands
DAY TO DAY
SUCCESS IS IN YOUR HANDS
“Let others think that there is a shortcut to success; not you. Let others stay dreamers. You become a doer. Let others use the word “I can’t.” You use the word “I can.” Let others make a living. You design a life.” These are some of the motivational quotes by the author of “The 77 Secrets of Success™”. Dr. Chadi Azoury has been studying the topic of success for more...
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Food’n Mood
PSYCHOFOCUS
FOOD’N MOOD
Have you ever thought that there might be a connection between your food and your mental functioning? That what you eat can alter the way you feel and the performance of your brain in general? We are definitely not saying that you could treat depression with food; however, diets can be part of a self-help strategy.
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Visualizing Satiety
PSYCHOFOCUS
VISUALIZING SATIETY
Visualization is being increasingly used in many fields and especially in sports. Sports psychologists rely heavily on the process on visualization when coaching their clients to achieve success. Athletes use this technique to train their mind in a way so that the body automatically behaves as asked, to achieve success without effort.
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