Provides a meditation on the sensual and spiritual aspects of gardening. McHatton believes gardening is an art-a method of expression analogous to sculpture or dance. He carefully dissects the delicate components of a garden, explaining how one can pinpoint the intricate and harmonious tastes, sounds, and odors flowing freely among the plants.
What could explain this explosion of bipolarity? Is it a legitimate diagnosis or the result of Big Pharma marketing? Exploring these questions, this title challenges the rise of 'bipolar' as a catch-all solution to complex problems, and argues that we need to rethink the highs and lows of mania and depression.
Young, talented, intelligent and with a thriving social life, on the surface Terri Cox had it all. But deep down in her mind a storm was brewing, and a series of life-changing events sent her spiralling into a full mental breakdown. Slowly but surely, she was able to fight back and find that shiny, happy person that she'd always been before.
From the heart and soul of lifelong mental health sufferer; Adam Shaw, combined with the expert mind of talented and leading psychologist; Lauren Callaghan, this book is cohesively divided into two parts. Detailed from the separate perspectives of a sufferer and a psychologist is an insight into mental health recovery that sufferers can relate to.
In A Series of Unfortunate Stereotypes, Lucy explores the different lenses through which she - and other people - have viewed her mental health problems. She tackles a number of different stereotypes placed on mentally ill people. In writing about her life in such an open way, Lucy has been able to claw herself back from the grips of her anxiety.
Bipolar? No one really knows what it is. Even today it's still misunderstood and badly affected by stigma. Ali Shaw was no different when she was diagnosed in 2009. Coming Clean is the story of one woman's triumph against Bipolar II and a no-holds-barred account of the reality that comes with the diagnosis.
'I loved this book.' Matt Haig, author of Reasons to Stay Alive and Notes On a Nervous Planet'Probably the best book on living with anxiety that I've ever read.' Mark Manson, author of The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck If you have anxiety, this book is for you.
Using simple language, illustrations, humour and everyday examples, the author demonstrates how the science of epigenetics is revolutionizing our understanding of the link between mind and matter, and the profound effects it has on our personal lives and the collective life of our species.
Arts in Health: Designing and Researching Interventions provides a complete overview of how to go about undertaking research and practice in the field of arts in health. It starts by exploring the context for arts in health interventions, including the history of the use of arts in health and the theoretical and political developments that have laid the foundations for its flourishing. It also considers what 'arts in health' encompasses and the range of disciplines
An overview of the research on Hormone Replacement Therapy - its benefits and drawbacks - and the new work which is being done on various 'alternative' therapies. It includes discussions on sex life, social life, face-lifts, exercise, keeping your figure and discovering one's place in life as a middle aged woman in a feminist era.
Whether you want glorious borders or striking pots, this title contains plant and garden ideas, essential advice on aftercare and maintenance. It is grouped by colour and with advice on each flower, you can find plant solutions for your garden.
A practical lifestyle guide based on the Swedish philosophy of Lagom. With chapters covering Home, Work and Health, it explains the practice of Lagom in traditional and practical terms, and includes advice and tips on how to find your happy medium.
This authoritative new title from health and wellness expert Renee Elliott is a modern encyclopedia of 99 superfood ingredients. Carefully curated by Renee in close collaboration with the buyers of pioneering organic supermarket Planet Organic, the result is a definitive guide to incorporating the most nutritional foods into everyday meals.
An engaging visual explanation of dyslexia, what it means, and how to embrace it. Vibrant images and simple text depict what dyslexia is, along with helpful tools for learning and examples of skills and professions best-suited for people with dyslexia. Includes tips for success, additional games and learning resources.
The Almanac revives the tradition of the rural almanac, connecting you with the months and seasons via moon-gazing, foraging, feast days, seasonal eating, meteor-spotting and gardening. Award-winning gardener and food writer Lia Leendertz shares the tools and inspiration you need to celebrate, mark and appreciate each moment of the year.
Produced by Canterbury Christ Church University, this book is filled with loads of student and budget friendly recipes. It's also packed with lots of money saving tips and ways to become more sustainable in the kitchen.
This leading dictionary contains over 6,150 entries covering all aspects of food and nutrition, diet and health. With jargon-free definitions and useful appendix material, including RDA lists, it is an essential A-Z for anyone studying, teaching or working with food and nutrition and for those who want to know more about the food they are eating.
You were born to be great, to succeed - to be a powerful, confident, happy person. If you don't feel like that right now it's time to get back on track. Richard Bandler, the man who inspired Paul McKenna to greatness, will change your life in a matter of minutes with his incredible, potent NLP exercises and free you to unleash your full potential.