The Sh!t No One Tells You About Pregnancy A Guide to Surviving Pregnancy, Childbirth, and Beyond

Psychology

The Sh!t No One Tells You About Pregnancy A Guide to Surviving Pregnancy, Childbirth, and Beyond
That’s Outside My Boat: Letting Go of What You Can’t Control by Charlie Jones, Kim Doren
Ian J. Deary, “Looking Down on Human Intelligence: From Psychometrics to the Brain”
Toxic People: Dealing With Dysfunctional Relationships by Tim Cantopher
Dean Buonomano, “Your Brain Is a Time Machine: The Neuroscience and Physics of Time”

The Sh!t No One Tells You About Pregnancy A Guide to Surviving Pregnancy, Childbirth, and Beyond

English | November 7th, 2017 | ISBN: 1580056334 | 181 Pages | EPUB | 1.39 MB

The fourth book in Dawn Dais’s popular Sh!t No One Tells You series offers “been there, freaked out about that” advice for expectant parents
The fourth title in Dawn Dais’s popular parenting series, The Sh!t No One Tells You About Pregnancy is quite possibly the funniest, and most heartfelt, yet. After all, pregnancy is not all about scanning Pinterest for baby shower themes and registering for ironic onesies, and sometimes the less flattering aspects of gestation have a way of dimming a bit of that so-called pregnancy glow.
Not to worry! Dawn is here, ready to shepherd you through the experience of one human body taking on the task of growing another human body. (Spoiler alert: It ain’t always pretty.)
Dawn covers it all, sharing expert lists, tips, warnings, and even a series of Parent-Training Workouts designed to increase readers’ tolerance to the various indignities of parenthood, like peeing with an audience and surviving an afternoon in Chuck E. Cheese.
The Sh!t No One Tells You About Pregnancy is a must-have guide for expectant moms (and their partners!) who are looking for some counsel, comedy, and camaraderie during their ultimate countdown to parenthood.

That’s Outside My Boat: Letting Go of What You Can’t Control by Charlie Jones, Kim Doren

English | October 1, 2001 | ISBN: 0740711628, 1439201625 | EPUB | 199 pages | 2.8 MB

When veteran television announcer Charlie Jones got assigned to the hinterlands of Olympic broadcasting to cover rowing, canoeing, and kayaking, he serendipitously discovered a powerful philosophy for focused living: That’s Outside My Boat. He learned that Olympic rowers never let anything outside their boat prevent them from achieving their goals. Jones, with coauthor Kim Doren, realized that the world of business – and all aspects of life – could greatly benefit when this same perspective is applied.
The book uses the power of the personal example to show how focusing on what one decides is important fosters success. Bob Wright, vice chairman of General Electric; Terry Bradshaw, NFL broadcaster and TV personality; Jack Kemp, codirector of Empower America; Liz Dolan, former Nike corporate vice president; and many other business leaders apply this philosophy to their own experience in That’s Outside My Boat. It’s a powerful tool for business and life.

Ian J. Deary, “Looking Down on Human Intelligence: From Psychometrics to the Brain”

English | 2000 | ISBN: 019852417X | PDF | pages: 369 | 3.1 mb

What is it about human brains that make some people more capable than others? In an authoritative and critical account, Professor Ian Dreary reviews historical, cognitive, and biological research on the foundations of human mental ability. Where most previous accounts of intelligence have examined how human mental ability can predict success in education, work, and social life, few books have taken as a starting point mental ability (and individual differences in intelligence), and attempted to see what factors could have influenced, and have even predicted mental ability. This book reveals what we know about the origins of intelligence. It describes research on genetic influences on intelligence, and evidence that has been obtained from biological studies, including examinations of ‘brain size’, event related potentials, and the recent profusion of studies involving functional brain imaging. Coupled with fascinating historical stories, the book provides a highly original and thought provoking guide to try and answer the age old question of why some people seem more clever than others.

Toxic People: Dealing With Dysfunctional Relationships by Tim Cantopher

English | November 9th, 2017 | ASIN: B076JLRYDP, ISBN: 184709435X | 147 Pages | EPUB | 0.53 MB

Some people are so stressful to be around they can actually make us ill. This book looks at the relationships that may drag us down and drain our energy. It gives us the tools to recognise toxic people and places so that we never need give in to them again.
It explains that our freedom lies in our own hands, and has to do with making choices and decisions, setting proper boundaries, and drawing back from situations in which we tend to feel like victims. This may mean weeding out our address book and going lonely for a while – but never fear, says Dr Cantopher, givers will turn up once we eliminate the takers from our lives.

Dean Buonomano, “Your Brain Is a Time Machine: The Neuroscience and Physics of Time”

ASIN: B01HDSU0GK, ISBN: 0393247945 | 2017 | AZW3 | 304 pages | 3 MB

A leading neuroscientist embarks on a groundbreaking exploration of how time works inside the brain.
In Your Brain Is a Time Machine, brain researcher and best-selling author Dean Buonomano draws on evolutionary biology, physics, and philosophy to present his influential theory of how we tell, and perceive, time. The human brain, he argues, is a complex system that not only tells time but creates it; it constructs our sense of chronological flow and enables “mental time travel”—simulations of future and past events. These functions are essential not only to our daily lives but to the evolution of the human race: without the ability to anticipate the future, mankind would never have crafted tools or invented agriculture. The brain was designed to navigate our continuously changing world by predicting what will happen and when.
Buonomano combines neuroscience expertise with a far-ranging, multidisciplinary approach. With engaging style, he illuminates such concepts as consciousness, spacetime, and relativity while addressing profound questions that have long occupied scientists and philosophers alike: What is time? Is our sense of time’s passage an illusion? Does free will exist, or is the future predetermined? In pursuing the answers, Buonomano reveals as much about the fascinating architecture of the human brain as he does about the intricacies of time itself. This virtuosic work of popular science leads to an astonishing realization: your brain is, at its core, a time machine.