Tag archives for self care

Author Interviews

Writing As Therapy – By the authors of Living Lightly Kim Alexander & Dale Curd

KIMBERLY ALEXANDER is a therapist with an online practice. Dale and Kim founded The Child Therapy List and The Men's List, online mental wellness professional directories, to help normalize therapy and end mental health stigma. They operate as an online community to acknowledge and connect with readers. In 2015, Dale…
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New Releases and Bookworm News

Lost In Wonder – Poems & Affirmations to Awaken the Soul

Readers of Duffythewriter will know that last year I drifted away from my core reading genre of dark plot twisty thrillers and focused on some fantastic non-fiction and self-care books. I've carried this on in 2020 and have been approached by a couple of authors of independently published books which…
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Biographies, Autobiographies and Memoirs

Never Stop Dancing – A memoir on male grief

“Be present,” “cherish each day,” “always say I love you.” John Robinette lived those words. Or so he thought. Then his wife, Amy, was killed instantly in a pedestrian accident.  John’s world shattered, and he began the gruelling task of parenting two young boys in a house filled with vibrant,…
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Author Interviews

I Wanted Fries With That author Amy Fish shares how to get what you want without the stress!

I Wanted Fries With That by Amy Fish "Amy Fish is laugh-out-loud funny, and her words carry an important message: we need to stand up not only for ourselves but for everyone in line behind us. I found myself nodding feverishly in agreement. I wish I had read this twenty…
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Non-Fiction

Atomic Habits – When 1% can make all the difference

The instant New York Times best-seller! Atomic Habits, offers a proven framework for getting 1 percent better every day. It's the ultimate guide on how to design a system where good habits emerge naturally and unwanted habits fade away. “A supremely practical and useful book. James Clear distills the most…
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Non-Fiction

All The Ghosts In The Machine – What Happens To Our Digital Profiles When We Die?

What happens in the digital afterlife? Why do we memorialise Facebook accounts? How does Facebook know someone has passed? Do you centralise all your logins and passwords? Would you want your social media accounts accessed after you passed? What if trolls were targeting a loved one's page who passed? Or,…
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