Some friends and clients of AHA have written books. We thought we’d share some of these great titles.
Your Fat Can Make You Thin By: Calvin Ezrin, M.D.
Dr. Ezrin’s book explains medical research and clinical successes of regulating the body’s serotonin levels that leads to maintaining energy while burning excess fat. It’s a long-term solution for maintaining weight loss instead of dieting.
Suicide As Psychache: A Clinical Approach to Self-Destructive Behavior By: Edwin Shneidman
Edwin Shneidman introduces the concept of psychache in his book, and defines psychache as the hurt, anguish, soreness, aching, and psychological pain in the mind. His book comprises over 20 years of his empirical study, single case studies, theoretical think pieces and some suggestions for psychotherapy.
Laughter & Liberation By: Harvey Mindness
In his book, Harvey Mindess tells us how laughter and our sense of humor work. His theory proposes that the function of humor is to release us from the inhibitions and restrictions under which we live our daily lives.
The Silverado Story: A Memory-Care Culture Where Love is Greater Than Fear By: Loren Shook and Stephen Winner
Loren Shook and Stephen Winner have been called Alzheimer’s futurists. Their book has encouraged and brought solace to many people with family members suffering from memory degenerative illnesses.
The Parchment By: Gerald T. McLaughlin
An excellent work of fiction that takes place in 70 A.D. Jerusalem.
2 Weeks to a Younger Brain By: Gary Small, M.D. and Gigi Vorgan
Sharpen your mind with brain exercises and practical strategies based on the latest brain science. Dr. Small has shown that daily habits and exercises can improve mental acuity and reverse brain aging.