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If Animals Could Talk

If Animals Could Talk

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If animals could talk, what would they say? Certainly nothing polite, according to this hilarious illustrated book. On these pages, you'll meet over 100 illustrated animals showing the whole range of human emotions and foibles, from sassy to grumpy, arrogant to dejected, glib to nonplused. How old did you say you were? asks the cougar. Rise and shine, assholes, trills the bird. Ball is life, proclaims the hamster. I have zero interest in seeing you later, quoth the alligator. Giggle and belly laugh your way through this definitely not-for-kids, probably not-safe-for-work collection of brilliant insights into the filthy animals all around us.
Street Journalist: Understand and Report the News in Your Community

Street Journalist: Understand and Report the News in Your Community

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A corrupt politician. A local business in trouble. A neighbor with a heroic story. An opportunity to work together for positive change.Whatever the stories are in your community that most need to be told, the best person to tell them is you. Whether you're writing for your local newspaper, producing a podcast or video series, or simply sharing what you see and learn every day on social media, the power of journalism is in your hands, as is the responsibility to use it ethically and wisely.Longtime journalist Lisa Loving opens up the world of journalism, sharing her hard-won skills and knowledge to help expand your media literacy so that you can report on what matters most, hold powerful people accountable, and strengthen your community.
Unfuck Your Anger: Using Science to Understand Frustration, Rage, and Forgiveness

Unfuck Your Anger: Using Science to Understand Frustration, Rage, and Forgiveness

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If you've ever been so pissed off that you did things that you regretted, or ruined your own day and some other people's too, this book is for you. Or if you feel angry every single day and it's affecting your health and sleep and love of life. Or if you've got very good reasons to be mad as hell, and you aren't going to take it anymore. Or if you've repressed your anger all your life and now it's all coming out at once. Microcosm Publishing bestseller Dr Faith explains here what the hell is going on in your brain and how to retrain yourself to deal with enraging situations more productively and without torpedoing your relationships. This is Your Brain on Anger gives you a heady dose of neuroscience and cultural explanation of what anger is and what it does to you, and then gives you a handy four-step checklist to help you deal with maddening situations after (or before) the fact, guidance on getting over things, and a chapter on forgiveness. Your brain actually knows what it's doing, and anger can be a good thing sometimes--just not if it's ruining your life.