I Can Make You Feel Good
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|Author||: Tyler Mitchell|
|Editor||: Prestel Publishing|
In his first published monograph, Tyler Mitchell, America's most exciting young fashion photographer, imagines what a black utopia could look like. Even before becoming the first African American photographer to shoot the cover of Vogue in September 2018 with an iconic portrait of Beyoncé, Tyler Mitchell was making a name for himself as a photographer and video director focusing on youth culture and racial identity. Now, in his first book, Mitchell brings a utopian hopefulness to his images of African Americans, both famous and not. Vibrant, candy-hued palettes and glowing natural light are the hallmark of Mitchell's work. His subjects appear mostly outdoors, in idyllic natural settings or on gritty urban streets. Among the photos presented in the book are those he shot in Cuba, where he traveled to document Havana's emerging skateboard scene, as well as collaborations with Marc Jacobs, American Eagle, and Converse. A sought-after portraitist, his subjects include Amandla Stenberg, Ashton Sanders, Aweng Chuol, KiKi Layne, and Stephan James. In speaking of his work, Mitchell cites an "affirmation in blackness and a unifying visual text of hope." This joyful collection is evidence that Mitchell is well on his way to accomplishing all that and more.
|Author||: Todd Parr|
|Editor||: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers|
Reading makes you feel good because... You can imagine you are a scary dinosaur, You can make someone feel better when they are sick, And you can do it anywhere! Reading Makes You Feel Good will inspire and encourage young children to delight in the joyful, rewarding experience of reading. With Todd Parr's trademark bright, bold pictures and silly scenes, kids will learn that reading isn't something that just happens at school or at home-it can happen anywhere! Todd shows us all the fun ways we can read- from in the library and in bed to in the bathtub and on the road. Targeted to those first beginning to read, this book invites children to read the main text as well as all the funny signs, labels, and messages hidden in the pictures.
|Author||: Tom Hodgkinson|
|Editor||: Penguin UK|
How to be Idle is Tom Hodgkinson's entertaining guide to reclaiming your right to be idle. As Oscar Wilde said, doing nothing is hard work. The Protestant work ethic has most of us in its thrall, and the idlers of this world have the odds stacked against them. But here, at last, is a book that can help. From Tom Hodgkinson, editor of the Idler, comes How to be Idle, an antidote to the work-obsessed culture which puts so many obstacles between ourselves and our dreams. Hodgkinson presents us with a laid-back argument for a new contract between routine and chaos, an argument for experiencing life to the full and living in the moment. Ranging across a host of issues that may affect the modern idler - sleep, the world of work, pleasure and hedonism, relationships, bohemian living, revolution - he draws on the writings of such well-known apologists for idleness as Dr Johnson, Oscar Wilde, Robert Louis Stevenson and Nietzsche. His message is clear: take control of your life and reclaim your right to be idle. 'Well written, funny and with a scholarly knowledge of the literature of laziness, it is both a book to be enjoyed at leisure and to change lives' Sunday Times 'In his life and in this book the author is 100 per cent on the side of the angels' Literary Review 'The book is so stuffed with wisdom and so stuffed with good jokes that I raced through it like a speed freak' Independent on Sunday Tom Hodgkinson is the founder and editor of The Idler and the author of How to be Idle, How to be Free, The Idle Parent and Brave Old World. In spring 2011 he founded The Idler Academy in London, a bookshop, coffeehouse and cultural centre which hosts literary events and offers courses in academic and practical subjects - from Latin to embroidery. Its motto is 'Liberty through Education'.
|Author||: James Patterson|
|Editor||: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform|
Has society really forgot how to love? Have any of your perceptions of what love change because of social media, hate or heartache? Love is beautiful, but how many of us express love, has changed, and exploring the essential parts of love is what this book is all about. No one will ever be tired of making love. However, they can and will grow tired of having sex with partners they know is not in their future plans. This is not a ' show you how to book' on relationships and marriages, however, it is a book that expresses how people like you and I, express love in sensual and sexy ways!
|Author||: Richard Carlson|
The words “don't sweat the small stuff” became an important part of American culture thanks to Richard Carlson’s runaway bestseller, which made publishing history as the #1 book in the United States for two consecutive years. Now, You Can Feel Good Again has one simple message: changing your thinking changes your life. Carlson offers a commonsense method that allows anyone to release unhappiness and negativity related to present circumstances or past events, and return to a natural state of well-being in the present. You Can Feel Good Again is full of humor, wisdom, and thoughtful guidance—a genuine tool to foster the realization that happiness and contentment are truly one thought away.
|Author||: Todd Parr|
|Editor||: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers|
Open this book to find out things that make you feel good and the things that make you feel bad. This children's book is written by the author of This Is My Hair.
|Author||: Gretchen Rubin|
In the spirit of her blockbuster #1 New York Times bestseller The Happiness Project, Gretchen Rubin embarks on a new project to make home a happier place. One Sunday afternoon, as she unloaded the dishwasher, Gretchen Rubin felt hit by a wave of homesickness. Homesick—why? She was standing right in her own kitchen. She felt homesick, she realized, with love for home itself. “Of all the elements of a happy life,” she thought, “my home is the most important.” In a flash, she decided to undertake a new happiness project, and this time, to focus on home. And what did she want from her home? A place that calmed her, and energized her. A place that, by making her feel safe, would free her to take risks. Also, while Rubin wanted to be happier at home, she wanted to appreciate how much happiness was there already. So, starting in September (the new January), Rubin dedicated a school year—September through May—to making her home a place of greater simplicity, comfort, and love. In The Happiness Project, she worked out general theories of happiness. Here she goes deeper on factors that matter for home, such as possessions, marriage, time, and parenthood. How can she control the cubicle in her pocket? How might she spotlight her family’s treasured possessions? And it really was time to replace that dud toaster. Each month, Rubin tackles a different theme as she experiments with concrete, manageable resolutions—and this time, she coaxes her family to try some resolutions, as well. With her signature blend of memoir, science, philosophy, and experimentation, Rubin’s passion for her subject jumps off the page, and reading just a few chapters of this book will inspire readers to find more happiness in their own lives.
|Author||: Florence Williams|
|Editor||: W. W. Norton & Company|
"Highly informative and remarkably entertaining." —Elle From forest trails in Korea, to islands in Finland, to eucalyptus groves in California, Florence Williams investigates the science behind nature’s positive effects on the brain. Delving into brand-new research, she uncovers the powers of the natural world to improve health, promote reflection and innovation, and strengthen our relationships. As our modern lives shift dramatically indoors, these ideas—and the answers they yield—are more urgent than ever.
|Author||: Luminita D. Saviuc|
Based on a phenomenally popular blog post, a simple and counterintuitive approach to finding true joy When Luminita Saviuc, founder the PurposeFairy blog, posted a list of things to let go in order to be happy, she had no idea that it would go viral, shared more than 1.2 million times and counting. Based on that inspiring post, this heartfelt book gives readers permission to give up--that is, to let go of the bad habits that are holding them back from achieving authentic happiness and living their best lives. Lessons include: · Give Up the Past · Give Up Your Limiting Beliefs · Give Up Blaming Others · Give Up the Need to Always Be Right · Give Up Labels · Give Up Attachment Simple yet wise, and informed by the author's own inspiring personal journey, this liberating little book presents a fresh twist on happiness advice: take a step back to reflect, and give yourself permission to let things go. Includes a foreword by Vishen Lakhiani, New York Times-bestselling author of The Code of the Extraordinary Mind and founder and CEO of Mindvalley.
|Author||: Tanisha C. Ford,Kwame Brathwaite|
Powerful portraits from the 1960s "Black Is Beautiful" movement Accessible fusion of fashion, art, and social history The first book on this influential African American photographer, now being widely recognized
|Author||: William Morassutti|
|Editor||: Doubleday Canada|
Sophisticated and well-curated, this photographic tour through Canada's history documents the nation's evolution over more than a century, as seen through the lens of photographers from The New York Times. The book compiles more than 100 iconic, momentous and inspiring images of Canada and includes ten commentary pieces from a range of important thinkers, historians and writers, including National Chief Shawn Atleo, MP Justin Trudeau, historians Charlotte Gray, Peter C. Newman and Tim Cook, and sports columnist Stephen Brunt. Through these pages and images, which represent a portal in time, a portrait of Canada emerges, not as seen by its own citizens, but as viewed through a distinctly American lens. The book includes photos arranged according to the following themes: • The Battlefield: Canada at War • Aboriginal People • The Changing Face of Canadian Society--Our Immigration Story • Landscape • The Political Arena • Industry • The War Machine: How the Homefront Supplied the Wars • Hockey • Icons (Stars, Sports Heroes, Political Figures, Royalty)
|Author||: Connie H. Choi,Thelma Golden,Kellie Jones|
|Editor||: Rizzoli Electa|
An authoritative guide to one of the world's most important collections of African-American art, with works by artists from Romare Bearden to Kehinde Wiley. The artists featured in Black Refractions, including Kerry James Marshall, Faith Ringgold, Nari Ward, Norman Lewis, Wangechi Mutu, and Lorna Simpson, are drawn from the renowned collection of the Studio Museum in Harlem. Through exhibitions, public programs, artist residencies, and bold acquisitions, this pioneering institution has served as a nexus for artists of African descent locally, nationally, and internationally since its founding in 1968. Rather than aim to construct a single history of "black art," Black Refractions emphasizes a plurality of narratives and approaches, traced through 125 works in all media from the 1930s to the present. An essay by Connie Choi and entries by Eliza A. Butler, Akili Tommasino, Taylor Aldridge, Larry Ossei Mensah, Daniela Fifi, and other luminaries contextualize the works and provide detailed commentary. A dialogue between Thelma Golden, Connie Choi, and Kellie Jones draws out themes and challenges in collecting and exhibiting modern and contemporary art by artists of African descent. More than a document of a particular institution's trailblazing path, or catalytic role in the development of American appreciation for art of the African diaspora, this volume is a compendium of a vital art tradition.
|Author||: Indranil Ghosh|
|Editor||: Pustak Mahal|
The author here first lists the 10 main 'feel-good' factors, and then goes about guiding on how to achieve them. However, he forewarns against pitfalls in such pursuit, but shows how to continue to have the 'feel-good' factor even in times of struggle. He lays importance on the need to remain cheerful and think good even when nothing seems to go right. the author says, 'it is possible to remain happy...' Being able to manage and change your feelings is one of the most important things in life and career. You may have all the rational reasons in the world to do something, but then your emotions can just sweep in and pull everything to a grinding halt. Having your feelings to work for you, instead of against you can have an electrifying effect on your life. There are many ways to change how you feel. Here are 10 ways that don't include chocolate, pain or alcohol and that actually work. All of them might not work right away; it's a bit like learning to ride a bike. You don't learn it by reading about it and the first few times you try, you might fall. But remember when you were a kid learning to ride a bike. You just got up of the ground, brushed yourself of and got on that bike again and again and again. the author reminds that it's easy to be overcome by negative internal chatter. 'I can't do this, what if they think I'm incompetent, God I'm going to fail, I'm going to fail and why did I take this shirt, it's so ugly'. And so on. When preparing for a meeting, taking an examination, an interview, or a presentation, asking someone for a date or anything that makes you really nervous, recall your positive memories from similar experiences. Remember the times when you were confident and relaxed during previous meetings and interviews. Let a few of your best memories wash over you. Let them drown out your negative thoughts. You will get to have such long-drive examples pinned throughout for your successful launch. Focusing on these positive experiences instead of those negative ones that always seem to be closer at hand can make a big difference. Learning to direct you feelings more and more have implications beyond feeling better.
|Author||: Takashi Homma|
Tiré du site Internet de Nieves: "Tokyo And My Daughter is the new book by acclaimed Tokyo based photographer Takashi Homma (1962), showing a series of 32 previously unpublished photographs taken over the last few years. Homma's photographs are said to have a special energy, lying in the detachment he can reach with the objects and people in front of his camera. In this new book, the Artist's very personal subject still seems to make no compromise to the disconnected way he registers what he sees through his lense. At first sight the viewer could be brought into imagining that Homma may perceive his daughter as just being part of the Tokyo urban landscape as all the cars, houses and trees are ... Or is she just 'acting' as one of them, being exposed to the staring eye of her everyday spectator - her father -, like Tokyo's cars, houses and trees are to their inhabitants, she neither resist nor attempt to seduce the camera, but impassively returns his glances, even trying to become the spectator herself once. Takashi Homma's own "I love my daughter very much. I love Tokyo very much." declaration is probably the key to reveal the connection between the graceful and intimate sequence of images depicting Homma's daughter and the city of Tokyo. With his incredible touch and distance he again creates a special world of his own, documenting his daughter from being a toddler to a young little girl through the everyday places in and around their life. This book is part of the Nieves Book Series with previous books by Kim Gordon, Mike Mills, Yukari Miyagi and Stefan Marx. A special edition of 50 copies with a numbered and signed original print is available."
|Author||: Paul McKenna|
|Editor||: Hay House|
Do you want to be happier?Do you want to stop feeling bad right now?Do you want to experience greater joy than ever before?What if it was possible to feel happier than you had ever imagined before? It doesn't matter whether you're sad, bored, or depressed--or even if you're already quite content--Paul McKenna can help you become a whole lot happier! Scientific research reveals that our levels of happiness aren't fixed; we can change them through our thoughts and actions. Dr. McKenna has spent the past 25 years developing a system that can have an immediate, measurable impact on people's emotional well-being. This book uses the latest, most powerful psychological techniques and a downloadable guided hypnosis session to help readers feel really good right now. The human mind is like a computer, with its own software that governs how we think and act. Most human problems are caused by negative programs running in the unconscious mind. This book and audio session help you install positive programs that seek out and magnify the factors that create happiness. Use it to take control of your life and start feeling happier today!
|Author||: Leslie Becker-Phelps|
|Editor||: New Harbinger Publications|
Has your romantic partner called you clingy, insecure, desperate, or jealous? No one wants to admit that they possess these qualities; but if you find yourself constantly on the alert, anxious, or worried when it comes to your significant other, you may suffer from anxious attachment, a fear of abandonment that is often rooted in early childhood experiences. In Insecure in Love, you'll learn how to overcome attachment anxiety using compassionate self-awareness, a technique that can help you recognize your negative thoughts or unhealthy behavior patterns and respond to them in a nurturing way—rather than beating yourself up. You’ll also learn how insecurity can negatively affect healthy dialog between you and your partner (or potential partners) and develop the skills needed to stop you from reverting back to old patterns of neediness and possessiveness. If you suffer from anxious attachment, you probably know that you need to change, and yet you have remained stuck. With compassionate self-awareness, you can successfully explore old anxiety-perpetuating perceptions and habits without being overwhelmed or paralyzed by them. By understanding the psychological factors at the root of your attachment anxiety, you will learn to cultivate secure, healthy relationships to last a lifetime. If you’re ready to stop getting stuck in the same hurtful relationship patterns and finally break the cycle of heartache, this book can show you how to get the love you deserve—and keep it!
|Author||: Susan David|
#1 Wall Street Journal Best Seller USA Today Best Seller Amazon Best Book of the Year TED Talk sensation - over 3 million views! The counterintuitive approach to achieving your true potential, heralded by the Harvard Business Review as a groundbreaking idea of the year. The path to personal and professional fulfillment is rarely straight. Ask anyone who has achieved his or her biggest goals or whose relationships thrive and you’ll hear stories of many unexpected detours along the way. What separates those who master these challenges and those who get derailed? The answer is agility—emotional agility. Emotional agility is a revolutionary, science-based approach that allows us to navigate life’s twists and turns with self-acceptance, clear-sightedness, and an open mind. Renowned psychologist Susan David developed this concept after studying emotions, happiness, and achievement for more than twenty years. She found that no matter how intelligent or creative people are, or what type of personality they have, it is how they navigate their inner world—their thoughts, feelings, and self-talk—that ultimately determines how successful they will become. The way we respond to these internal experiences drives our actions, careers, relationships, happiness, health—everything that matters in our lives. As humans, we are all prone to common hooks—things like self-doubt, shame, sadness, fear, or anger—that can too easily steer us in the wrong direction. Emotionally agile people are not immune to stresses and setbacks. The key difference is that they know how to adapt, aligning their actions with their values and making small but powerful changes that lead to a lifetime of growth. Emotional agility is not about ignoring difficult emotions and thoughts; it’s about holding them loosely, facing them courageously and compassionately, and then moving past them to bring the best of yourself forward. Drawing on her deep research, decades of international consulting, and her own experience overcoming adversity after losing her father at a young age, David shows how anyone can thrive in an uncertain world by becoming more emotionally agile. To guide us, she shares four key concepts that allow us to acknowledge uncomfortable experiences while simultaneously detaching from them, thereby allowing us to embrace our core values and adjust our actions so they can move us where we truly want to go. Written with authority, wit, and empathy, Emotional Agility serves as a road map for real behavioral change—a new way of acting that will help you reach your full potential, whoever you are and whatever you face.