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Play Your Way Sane by Clay Drinko, PhD

Stop negative thoughts, assuage anxiety, and live in the moment with these fun, easy games from improv expert Clay Drinko.

In Play Your Way Sane, Dr. Clay Drinko offers 120 low-key, accessible activities that draw on the popular principles of improv comedy to help you tackle your everyday stress and reconnect with the people around you. Divided into 12 fun sections, including “Killing Debbie Downer” and “Thou Shalt Not Be Judgy”, the games emphasize openness, reciprocation, and active listening as the keys to a mindful and satisfying life. Whether you’re looking to improve your personal relationships, find new meaning at work, or just survive our trying times, Play Your Way Sane offers serious self-help with a side of Second City sass.

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Personal Finance 101 by Alfred Mill

Get your financial life in order - from saving and investing to taxes and loans - with this comprehensive, accessible guide to everything you need to know about finance.

Managing your finances can be overwhelming at times. But it doesn’t have to be! Personal Finance 101 will provide you with all the skills you need to make good financial decisions and grow your personal wealth.

Use this guide and make the most of the money you have, plan for future purchases like a house or a vacation, save for retirement, or simply become more financially responsible. Perfect for finance beginners or those looking to refresh their knowledge, Personal Finance 101 is the one-stop shop for all of your personal finance questions!

A Lesson in Murder Series

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A Lesson in Therapy and Murder By David Unger, PhD

The Association of Humanistic Psychology held its annual conference in Santa Barbara, California and David was there to obtain continuing education credits required to retain his therapist license. One other thing was required. A murder to solve.

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A Lesson in Music and Murder By David Unger, PhD

Over 300,000 people sweltered in the San Bernardino desert at the 1982 US Festival featuring Tom Petty, The Grateful Dead, Fleetwood Mac and Jackson Browne, among others. David, a therapist and professor, was there to support a nervous client, a musician who was going to perform at the festival. Indeed, he had reason to worry.

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A Lesson in Sex and Murder By David Unger, PhD

The story begins when a psychology professor is assigned to replace a graduate school's human sexuality teacher. To assist him in getting up to speed, he is asked to attend the National Association of Sex Therapists and Surrogates annual conference. The conference’s keynote speaker is kidnapped and held for ransom. But is he? Things are not what they seem as the professor is thrust into the action and must use his clinical skills to figure out whodunit.

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A Lesson in Mystery and Murder By David Unger, PhD

The year is 1984. It's a brave new world, yet in Las Vegas people at the Mystery Writers of America Annual Convention are being murdered. Sherlock Holmes, Miss Marple, Inspector Clouseau, and a host of other famous detectives are on the case.

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A Lesson in Cowboys and Murder By David Unger, PhD

In 1985, The National Cowboy Poetry Gathering had its inaugural conference in Elko, Nevada. David was there to help put on a show, but when your cast keeps losing members, it's hard to know how the show can go on.

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