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My Pleasure

by Laura Delarato; read by Sierra Kline

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available April

Practice pleasure as a form of self-care with this empowering, accessible, and inclusive guide to loving your body and your sex life. Learn More
Herbal Medicine for Mental Health

by Lillian Somner; read by Rosemary Benson

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available March

Coming Soon . . . Learn More
How to Tell a Story

by Aristotle; translated with commentary by Philip Freeman; read by Gareth Richards

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available March

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The One-Hour Miracle

by Andrew Hahn, PsyD and Joan Beckett, LMHC, MBA; read by Nicol Zanzarella

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available February

A revolutionary healing framework that is a blueprint for transforming most problems, ranging from the most pedestrian to the most treatment resistant. And sometimes, the transformation simply takes one hour. Learn More
How to Be a Man (Whatever That Means)

by James Breakwell; read by James Breakwell

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available February

In a series of funny, sharply observed, and occasionally poignant essays, everyone's favorite internet-famous father of four daughters lays down a lifetime of lessons in what it means to be a man. Learn More
Practical Happiness

by Pamela Gail Johnson; read by Pamela Gail Johnson

NEW! Now Available

Learn how to think differently about your happiness with a philosophy for creating a realistic yet joyful life. Learn More
How to Be a Farmer

by M. D. Usher; read by Tom Perkins

NEW! Now Available

A delightful anthology of classical Greek and Roman writings celebrating country living—ranging from a philosophy of compost to hymns to the gods of agriculture. Learn More
The Self-Esteem Regime

by Clarissa Burt; with Gary M. Krebs; foreword by Sharon Lechter; read by Clarissa Burt

NEW! Now Available

Despite years of progress, many women today continue to suffer from low self-esteem. In her revelatory and prescriptive work The Self-Esteem Regime, internationally renowned multimedia producer, supermodel, award-winning actress, and public speaker Clarissa Burt offers down-to-earth advice for women to help them manifest self-confidence in all aspects of their lives. Learn More
How Are You? Connection in a Virtual Age

by Therese Rosenblatt, PhD; read by Kelli Tager

NEW! Now Available

By turns a memoir, a chronicle, and a provocative contemplation of our new socially distanced and virtual world, How Are You? tells the story of how a therapist found herself plunged overnight into the unsettling reality of a pandemic and all-virtual therapy. Learn More
How to Innovate

by Aristotle; translated by Armand D'Angour; read by Shaun Grindell

NEW! Now Available

What we can learn about fostering innovation and creative thinking from some of the most inventive people of all times—the ancient Greeks. Learn More
The Art of Self-Improvement

by Anna Katharina Schaffner; read by Rachael Beresford

NEW! Now Available

A brilliant distillation of the key ideas behind successful self-improvement practices throughout history, showing us how they remain relevant today. Learn More
AMPossible

by Jeffrey A. Mangus; read by Stephen R. Thorne

NEW! Now Available

AMPossible is the go-to guide for every amputee from the first day after limb loss to the day they get their life back. Learn More
The Neuroscience of Memory

by Sherrie D. All, PhD, Paul E. Bendheim, MD; read by Sherrie D. All, PhD

NEW! Now Available

As we age, our memory naturally declines—but there are scientifically proven ways to enhance brain and memory function. This book, grounded in cutting-edge neuroscience, will help you get started. Learn More
The Slightly Greener Method

by Tonya Harris; read by Tonya Harris

NEW! Now Available

Creating a healthy, non-toxic home often feels like a losing battle. The Slightly Greener Method gives you small, actionable changes you can easily make in your pantry, medicine cabinet, and under your kitchen sink—without breaking the bank or upending your life. Learn More
Escaping Emotional Abuse

by Beverly Engel; read by Stephanie Richardson

NEW! Now Available

The world-renowned therapist and author of the groundbreaking self-help classic The Emotionally Abusive Relationship delves into the most destructive and powerful weapon of the abuser: shame. Learn More
Happier, No Matter What

by Tal Ben-Shahar; read by Adam Verner

NEW! Now Available

A New York Times bestselling author's timely guide to happiness in adversity. Learn More
Stupid Things I Won’t Do When I Get Old

by Steven Petrow; read by Michael Butler Murray

For fans of David Sedaris and Nora Ephron, a humorous, irreverent, and poignant look at the gifts, stereotypes, and inevitable challenges of aging, based on award-winning journalist Steven Petrow's wildly popular New York Times essay, "Things I'll Do Differently When I Get Old." Learn More
Healing Ourselves Whole

by Emily A. Francis; read by Stina Nielsen

Healing Ourselves Whole will give you the tools you need to clean your emotional house from top to bottom, complete with journal writing prompts and audio meditations. Learn More
Vibrant

by Dr. Stacie Stephenson; read by Dr. Stacie Stephenson

Today's view of wellness is far too often fragmented, focusing on specific symptoms rather than the whole person. In Vibrant, Dr. Stacie Stephenson introduces listeners to a new and empowering way of looking at health. Learn More
Feeling Like It

by Tamar Schapiro; read by Nancy Peterson

Feeling Like It provides a concise and accessible investigation of a new problem at the intersection of ethics, philosophy of action, and philosophy of mind. Learn More
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