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Books in WITT Library
Exhausted to energized : Dr Libby's guide to living your life with more energy by
Call Number: 612.39 WEA
How often does not having enough energy get in the way of what you want to achieve? If you had an abundance of energy, what things would you do differently in your life? Would you start a business, prioritise time for yourself, choose to study something new, or would your relationships be different? How would you impact the world around you? It's easy to pass off feeling tired and put it down to a multitude of things in our life - your job, your children, your relationships, but there is an enormous array of factors that might be draining you of energy - and often without you even realising it. For example, just sitting for more than an hour produces biochemical reactions in the body that make you feel more lethargic.
The power of healthy thinking : to change your attitude and your life by
Call Number: 158.1 MUL
The Power of Healthy Thinking. To change your attitude and your life. After many years as a medical doctor, then entrepreneur and global speaker on the subject of attitude and emotion management, the author was intrigued by one particular question: why so many of the thoughts that determine our emotions and actions appear to be unhealthy? This book explores that question and suggests some answers. Dr Tom Mulholland is an Emergency Department Physician at Auckland Hospital, a lecturer in Psychological Medicine at Auckland clinical school, teaching medical students, and founder of the Healthy Thinking Institute. His research interests include Workplace stress, Emotional Control, Productivity and Psychoneuroimmunology. The Healthy Thinking Institute developed the psychometric test for attitude profiling. His books on Healthy Thinking are translated into 12 languages and have made the best seller list in places like India. He consults on stress and attitude globally to some of the worlds largest corporates. He is passionate about Healthy Thinking and how to diagnose and treat attitude illness. When he is not working as a Doctor or on the speaking circuit Dr Mulholland enjoys extreme sport and expeditions. He was awarded a New Zealand Defence Force Special Services medal for his medical work in the Boxing Day Tsunami and had a stint as the doctor on a Russian Icebreaker in the Southern Ocean.
Overcoming Unwanted Intrusive Thoughts by
Call Number: 616.8522 WIN
If you suffer from frightening, obsessive, or disturbing thoughts, you know all too well how they can intrude on your life. You may even worry what these thoughts mean about you. Do they make you a bad person? No! You aren't bad - or crazy. These upsetting thoughts that enter your mind unbidden are called unwanted intrusive thoughts, and many rational and good people have them. Fortunately, there are proven-effective techniques yuo can use now to move past these thoughts and reclaim your life.