SOCIETY & SOCIAL SCIENCES
JEALOUSY: WHY IT HAPPENS AND HOW TO OVERCOME IT
DR. PAUL HAUCK
Jealousy can invade every relationship, whether it be with husbands, wives, boyfriends, girlfriends, family or friends. If we love others and need their love in return we can all suffer from the pain of jealousy. Dr Hauck believes jealousy is a self-defeating emotion which drives away the love we crave. He explains what makes us feel jealous, and shows us how we can control it. He distinguishes between jealousy, envy, possessiveness and suspicion and offers practical advice on how we can overcome these in ourselves and in those we love.
HOW TO TALK SO KIDS WILL LISTEN & LISTEN SO KIDS WILL TALK
ADELE FABER & ELAINE MAZLISH
In this international bestseller, discover the number one practical guide to family life.
Parenting experts Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish provide effective step by step techniques to help you improve and enrich your relationships with your children. Learn how to:
· Break a pattern of arguments
· Cope with your child's negative feelings
· Engage your child's co-operation
· Set clear limits and still maintain goodwill
· Express your anger without being hurtful
· Resolve family conflicts peacefully
HUMANS OF BOMBAY
In 2014, Karishma Mehta started Humans of Bombay to capture the untold stories of the millions of people living in the maximum city. This book entails a handpicked collection of some of the best stories on the Humans of Bombay Facebook blog as well as several unseen stories. Funny, insightful, quirky and intimate...these stories are sure to make your heart melt.
THROUGH AFRICAN EYES
LEON E. CLARK
Africa, dark only because of our ignorance of it, comes alive through the eyes and voices of its people in this classic work. First published more than two decades ago and now thoroughly revised and updated, the book lets Africans speak for themselves through autobiography, traditional and modern literature, historical and contemporary documents, letters and diaries.
Volume 1 begins with the African past, focusing on the ancient kingdoms of both East and West Africa and continues through the coming of the Europeans and the African colonial experience, concluding with the rise of nationalism in which Africans struggle to regain their freedom from the Europeans.
In India Calling, he brings to life the people and the dilemmas of India today, through the prism of his émigré family history and his childhood memories of India. He introduces us to entrepreneurs, radicals, industrialists, and religious seekers, but, most of all, to Indian families. Through their stories, and his own, he paints an intimate portrait of a country becoming modern while striving to remain itself.