This book provides coping skills to assist tweens and teens through what has been suggested as the most difficult developmental phase of life. The book can be used more as a "cookbook" with recipes to make your day better. One of the great things about this book is the reader does not have to read the book all the way through, and can even randomly open the book to a coping skill to try for the day. These coping skills are creative, fun, calming, and many are supported by research to enhance your mood. This book is written at about a 4th or 5th grade reading-level so most individuals in this age-range will be able to understand the material. "Happy" reading!
Are you tired of trying to lose weight by dieting? Frustrated with all the complicated calorie-counting methods of trimming down? "A Healthy Approach to a Happier You" takes all the nonsense out of losing weight and is full of fun, easy, and common sense ideas of how a real-life person can successfully lose weight. The simple do's and don'ts will give you ample suggestions to implement right away so that you can become a healthier and happier you!
Everything in Skip Pardee's life says "Success." Honor student and three-sport athlete in high school, Air Force Academy graduate, Air Force pilot (including 370 combat missions in Vietnam), beautiful wife and great kids, and since 1983, highly successful chiropractor. Yet in the early 1990's when Skip was in his mid forties he battled depression, wondering where his life was taking him. So for many months he wrote thoughts in a notebook on what he felt it took to be happy in life. He eventually organized and prioritized those thoughts. The top ten he calls his "10 Principles." They are the guiding principles of his life, and are the subjects of this book.The theme of the book centers on Principle #1, "Take Personal Responsibility for Your Own Life", and Principle #2, "Live a Life of Integrity." Principle #10, "Understand That the Seeds You Sow in Your Lifetime Will Be the Rewards You Will Reap," sums up the other nine principles. Skip kept this book short (78 pages) and easy to read for one reason: so young people will read it. It takes about an hour to read. The 10 Principles are timeless. The older you are, the more you will appreciate Skip's "10 Principles," and the more likely you will be to say, "my children (or my grandchildren) need to read this book." It is the best gift you could ever give a young adult
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