Are you an autistic adult? Do you love, live or work with an autistic adult? The incredible insights and practical strategies in this book will diminish your stress and anxiety if you are autistic, and will help your autistic loved one or colleague live well, flourish and thrive if you can improve and adjust their environment if you aren't.
Maggie Berghoff, Advanced Nurse Practitioner, presents a personalized and accessible approach to reducing and reversing inflammation. Using thorough questionnaires to first identify your specific ailments, Eat Right for Your Inflammation Type prescribes the targeted regimens that will help you successfully tackle and live free of the major types of inflammation, including hormonal, digestive and more.
'I think you have something here' I said, 'This could lead to a whole new way of understanding criminal behaviour. As far as I know no one's ever tried to figure out why serial killers kill. The implications are profound.' Haunting, heartfelt, and deeply human, Dr Ann Burgess's remarkable memoir combines a riveting personal narrative of fearless feminism and ambition, bone-chilling encounters with real-life monsters, and a revealing portrait of the ever-evolving US criminal justice system.
A transformative guide to growing your business, from one of Silicon Valley's most esteemed investors. Why do some companies grow exponentially? And what can we learn from them? The hardest part of building a business is getting started. When you have just an idea and a handful of customers, growth can seem impossible. This is the cold start problem.
A New York Times bestselling sportswriter tells the inside story of how three star players joined together to form the most dominant team in basketball and lead the Boston Celtics to their first championship in more than two decades.
Unlock the secrets of high performance. Jake Humphrey has spent decades interviewing the world's greatest sportspeople, seeking to understand first-hand what drives their success. And in his multi-million download podcast, High Performance, he teams up with Professor Damian Hughes to examine the secrets of the world's highest-performing people - in sport, in business and in life.
It is Hustvedt's gift to write with exemplary clarity of what is by necessity unclear.' Hilary Mantel, Guardian Feminist philosophy meets family memoir in a fresh essay collection by the award-winning essayist and novelist Siri Hustvedt, author of the bestselling What I Loved and Booker Prize-longlisted The Blazing World.
Educated meets The Vow in this story of liberation and self-empowermentan inspiring and stranger-than-fiction memoir of growing up in and breaking free from the Children of God, an oppressive, extremist religious cult.