“A Gay Man’s Guide to Life” by Britt East

Coming out isn’t always easy for men, so this guide is perfect for those that struggle with who they are, the rejection they may face, and the discrimination that exists. But more than that, this book shows gay men how to go beyond just coming out. It’s a lifestyle map that offers real-world, practical advice on how to get the most out of life, work, family, and meaningful relationships. … More “A Gay Man’s Guide to Life” by Britt East

“Life Beyond the Pandemic” by Oreste J. D’Aversa

“Life Beyond the Pandemic” by Oreste J. D’Aversa is a nicely organized, well written handbook that is full of ideas and resources to help individuals get through the side effects of these trying times. The author is a gifted writer who uses both his business knowledge and his spiritual enlightenment to compile helpful ideas for dealing with the pandemic. … More “Life Beyond the Pandemic” by Oreste J. D’Aversa

“You’ve Got Some Nerve” by Derryen Plante

“You’ve Got Some Nerve: The Battle Back from an Invisible Injury,” by Derryen Plante, is a riveting memoir about reclaiming life after a traumatic brain injury. The author thought her life was all mapped out. She was carrying out her duties in a jail for juveniles when she was brutally attacked by an inmate. … More “You’ve Got Some Nerve” by Derryen Plante

“Understanding the Challenge of NO for Children with Autism” by Colette McNeil

An amazing self-help book that explores what concepts and meanings the word “No” can have in the daily lives of children with Autism. Designed to improve relationships and communication, this little book is packed with real-life scenarios and advice to help lessen the tension and burden of the word “no” for children, parents, caregivers, teachers, counselors, relatives, and other significant people in the child’s world. … More “Understanding the Challenge of NO for Children with Autism” by Colette McNeil