Ian and Mary Grant maintain that the two great human desires are to know that we can love and that we can be loved. In their latest book, they give skills and tips on how to maintain your relationship with your husband or wife. Whether your relationship is flaming with passion or just flaming awful, this entertaining book gives you insights and .. More
What do quantum physics, cosmology, biology and psychology have in common? They are all driven by information. This book suggests that philosophy is stuck in linear thinking. It questions the assumptions that underlie its very foundation and, in light of emergence and complexity theory, suggests that we might get to an understanding of li.. More
- a challenge to the history we’ve received
Ngāpuhi Speaks is an independent report about He Wakaputanga o Te Rangatiratanga o Nu Tireni (1835) & Te Tiriti o Waitangi (1840), published in November, 2012. It summarises and assesses the Ngāpuhi Nui Tonu evidence given at the Initial Hearing of their Wai.. More
Sex is not something people discuss much in New Zealand. We don't often hear conversations about what couples are doing to keep their relationship strong and alive. We often hear complaints about partners' inadequacies or announcements of relationships ending. There is no one right way to build a healthy, happy sexual relationship. It.. More
Depression is a problem for many people in New Zealand, affecting approximately one in ten Kiwis.
This book focuses on my personal experience with depression and strategies I have used to manage it.
It is my hope that by reading this book, anyone who is struggling with depression can use the strategies I have outlined to improve their lives and .. More
Are you looking for your perfect match? Are you trying to get in touch with yourself? Do you wonder who your friends are? Whether you are looking for a long-term relationship or for a friend or companion, the right person (your complement) will have certain traits you admire and you will have some they do. This guide helps you figure out what th.. More
Have you had times when you blamed your troubles on your upbringing? Do people tell you you are just like your parents?
If you understand the motivations of your parents, teachers or caregivers, it may be easier to accept the way they went about raising or teaching you. It may help dissolve that lingering resentment or those recurring irrita.. More