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Written in non-technical language, these easy-to-read, self-improvement books from MicroPsych Press instruct readers on everything they need to know — from gaining perspective on their self-indulgent plights to manufacturing something out of nothing. Please contact us for ordering information. Bulk discounts are available.
And You Have Issues?
L. Randall Boiihel
MicroPsych Press 2013, 196 pages, US$16.95
Have you lost your job? Have you been arrested for extortion? Has your spouse filed for divorce? Have your kids been recruited by the Taliban? Have you been diagnosed with a terminal illness? Fuhgeddaboudit!
These small setbacks cannot compare to the misery of missing your morning train, spilling wine on your new blazer, having your tennis date cancelled due to rain or missing the service appointment for your BMW. They simply can't.
The advice offered by L. Randall Boiihel in his popular book, And You Have Issues? will help you gain perspective on the truly important issues of life.
Nadjia Gerthner, PsyD, MPD
MicroPsych Press 2011, 207 pages, US$21.95
E. T. Diaries
Before he phoned home, he took notes. On October 12, 1945, a mysterious object appeared in the night sky above the city of Ul'yanovsk in the Soviet Union. The following morning an unusual scroll of titanium alloy appeared at the headquarters of the Society of Extraterrestrial Anomalies in Roswell, New Mexico.
In E.T. Diaries, Dr. Gerthner describes this little-known and never-before-reported event. Moreover, she has compiled the most comprehensive translation and interpretation ever produced of the secret scroll that has been locked away for more than half a century.
Freak Me Out:
How to Turn an Annoyance into a Crisis
Dr. Hans vonMuller, PhD, MPD
MicroPsych Press 2012, 226 pages, €18.95
People often have trouble moving from simply being irritated to full-on psychotic breakdown. Now, thanks to the extensive research by Dr. Hans vonMuller and his colleagues at the University of Alktauck, anyone can agitate themselves into any condition of crisis from a "simple mess" to "total catastrophe."
If you have found it difficult to wind yourself up into a high state of agitation while those around you remain calm, then Freak Me Out: How to Turn an Annoyance into a Crisis is for you. By following the simple steps detailed by Dr. vonMuller, you can effortlessly achieve a state of complete delirium.
The Case for Going Cold Turkey
MicroPsych Press 2011, 187 pages, €14.95
For those with strong personalities and committed support alliances, going "cold turkey" can be the most effective treatment available for a variety of microdisorders. In his book, Just Stop! The Case for Going Cold Turkey, Jean-Paul Dupeau provides insight into how you can meet your most severe microdisorders head-on and defeat their influence by... well, by going cold turkey.
Although abrupt cessation treatments usually work best for young adults who suffer few micropsychological, macropsychological or any type of physiological disorders, all microdisorder sufferers can learn from this book.
Small Problems for a Small Planet
T. H. Whitleford, Ph.D.
MicroPsych Press 2010, 218 pages, US$17.95
Sure, there are plenty of places to turn for help when your spouse leaves you for your best friend, or your business partner skips town with the payroll, or your daughter announces that she's moving to Socotra Island. But how are you supposed to cope when the local Starbucks is out of Cinnamon Dolce Crème Frappuccino® or when you arrive at an unattended toll both without "Exact Change Only" or your pharmacist no longer carries your favorite brand of floss?
In Small Problems for a Small Planet, you will learn how to deal effectively with troublesome, sometimes overwhelming, everyday problems.
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