Non-Fiction - Social Issues

Innocence Lost

The Story of a Vietnam Vet
By Linda Gosson

Linda Gosson shares the story of a soldier who serves two terms in Vietnam, returns home to be diagnosed with PTSD and is hit with a second-degree felony charge because of his attempted suicide. Innocence Lost: The Story of a Vietnam Vet will open the...

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A Small Boy Smiling

A remarkable journey of healing from the trauma of child sexual abuse to spiritual awakening
By Matt Carey

A Small Boy Smiling by Matt Carey is a story of childhood sexual abuse and its aftermath as well as the eventual spiritual awakening resulting from these early experiences. A Small Boy Smiling is the story of Matt’s life which he has written focusing on...

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How to Love Obnoxious People - and Why?

The Life-Saving Art and Science of Loving Truly Horrible People
By Hafeez Diwan

Author Hafeez Diwan writes a very much needed and timely book in How to Love Obnoxious People – and Why? This material is essential for the time in which one is living. People tend to think they are entitled to benefits and their way. They...

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The Little Book of Character Strengths

By June C Rousso

The Little Book of Character Strengths by June Rousso, Ph. D. encourages the reader to explore beyond their natural tendencies to go with the status quo. The development of this book came from the VIA Classification of Character Strengths, where author Rousso presents it in...

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Thirteen Ways to Talk About Thirteen Reasons Why

A Parent’s Guide – How to Have Effective Conversations with Teens about the Netflix Series
By Stephanie Kreml

Thirteen Ways To Talk About Thirteen Reasons Why: A Parent’s Guide — How to Have Effective Conversations with Teens about the Netflix Series by Stephanie Kreml, MD is an insightful and thought provoking read that revolves around the show 13 Reasons Why, the series on...

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Dissolution to Evolution

Navigating Your Divorce Through the Consilium® Process
By Heidi-Rachel Webb, Julie Kunce Field

Dissolution to Evolution: Navigating Your Divorce Through the Consilium® Process by Heidi-Rachel Webb and Julie Kunce Field is a guide for individuals and families facing possible divorce who are looking for an alternative method to the traditional proceedings. Addressing both the legal and psychological aspects...

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Cardboard Confessionals

By Mitch Reed

Cardboard Confessionals by Mitch Reed is a compilation of responses provided by young students when he implemented a social experiment/project for his sociology students at Waverly-South Shore. Seven questions were composed and a cardboard box set up where the students could anonymously submit their answers....

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Being Reasonable

Plain Talk About Living in the Future
By Ross Urquhart

Being Reasonable: Plain Talk About Living in the Future by Ross Urquhart was written following an epiphany by its author; one in which a kid at a cash register asked him if he wanted to use a "senior card". Urquhart swallowed his pride, accepted that...

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Bridging The Gap

Life Lessons of the Dying
By Kimberly C. Paul

Not many of us think about death and even for those who do, it is just for mere moments before we are caught up in the daily maze of life. Death in itself has often been considered a taboo subject, a horrible experience that should...

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Running with Chickens

Essays ... with a Lot of Ellipses
By Steve Peak

Steve Peak’s Running with Chickens is a humorous and entertaining read of one man’s journey of leaving his 20’s and awakening one day to the responsibilities of adulthood. Peak defines the stages of transitioning from one’s 20’s to their 30’s that all millennials can relate...

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