The Verbally Abusive Man: Can He Change? A Woman's Guide to Deciding Whether to Stay or Go (Nov., $14.95) by Patricia Evans enables those subject to verbal abuse to empower themselves and change their lives for the better.
Untangling the Web (Nov., $15.95) by Rob Weiss and Jennifer P. Schneider, M.D., provides a guide to Internet sexual addiction and recovery.
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Finding Your Way Through Divorce (Oct., $10.95) by Kathy Brewer Gorham. Each chapter focuses on a different emotion felt in the divorce process.
Traveling Through Grief: Learning to Live Again After the Death of a Loved One (Sept., $12.99) by Susan Zonnebelt-Smeenge and Robert C. DeVries addresses five common tasks of grief.
My Reality Check Bounced! The Twentysomething Guide to Cashing In on Your Real-World Dreams (Jan., $14) by Jason Ryan Dorsey states that even young workers in entry-level jobs and living in starter apartments can make a mark on the world.
A Long-Shadowed Grief: Suicide and Its Aftermath (Nov., $14.95) by Harold Ivan Smith concedes that faith is permanently altered by the "residue of stigma" that attaches to suicide. $25,000 ad/promo.
Gut: How to Think from Your Middle to Get to the Top(Sept., $14.99) by Karen Salmansohn asserts that gut instincts can conquer fear and self-doubt.
Sex, Food, and God: Breaking Free from Temptations, Compulsions, and Addictions(Sept., $12.99) by David Eckman advocates trading shame for an identity in Christ and commitment to prayer.
You Can Have What You Want (Nov., $14.95) by Michael Neil enables the reader to experience happiness every day, no matter the circumstances. Ad/promo.
The Grief Club: The Secret to Getting Through All Kinds of Change(Sept., $14.95) by Melody Beattie. The author of Codependent No More charts a healing path, inspired by the death of her son, for moving through life's losses.
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After Cancer Treatment: Heal Faster, Better, Stronger(Oct., $16.95) by Julie K. Silver, M.D., brings encouragement from a cancer survivor who's also a doctor.
Finding Your Bipolar Muse: The Groundbreaking Guide to Mastering Your Creative Power to Build Self-Esteem, Gain Independence, and Generate Income(Oct., $16.95) by Lana R. Castle helps those with mood disorders maximize their gifts for self-actualization.
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The Hollow Tree: Fighting Addiction with Traditional Native Healing(Sept., $12.95) by Herb Nabigon. This autobiography speaks with authority about the power of Cree teachings to achieve sobriety.
You Can Go Home Again: How to Get Along with Your Parents and Family (Even When They Push Your Buttons)(Sept., $14.95) by Andra Medea outlines strategies for coping with family tension. Ad/promo.
Five Good Minutes in the Evening: 100 Mindful Practices to Help You Relieve Stress and Bring Your Best to Work(Sept., $14.95) by Jeffrey Brantley, M.D., and Wendy Millstine points the way to restful time at home.
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Finding Center: Building Identity and Confidence in Girls' and Women's Lives(Feb., $15.95) by Maureen D. Mack supplies advice for creating a better sense of identity from within.
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When Words Heal: Writing Through Cancer(Sept., $16.95) by Sharon Bray. A breast cancer survivor defines a healing process with expressive writing from diagnosis through recovery.
A Mindful Way: 8 Weeks to Happiness(Oct., $14.95) by Jeanie Seward-Magee details a program leading to self-realization and spiritual growth. Author tour.
A Brilliant Mind: Mental Exercises to Increase Your Brainpower(Feb., $12.99) by Frank Minirth illustrates how increasing one's vocabulary will develop a sharper mind.
Always Too Soon: Voices of Support for Those Who Have Lost Their Parents(Dec., $14.95) by Allison Gilbert gathers words of comfort from the famous and not, from Yogi Berra and Barbara Ehrenreich to victims of the Holocaust and 9/11.
Did I Say That Out Loud?(Oct., $12) by Meg Barnhouse gathers essays about changing everyday events into spiritual ones.
Rightsizing Your Life: The Midlife Guide to Simplifying Your Surroundings While Keeping What Matters Most(Jan., $15.99) by Ciji Ware, foreword by Gail Sheehy, tells how to streamline one's possessions and make time for what's really important.
The 6 Most Important Decisions You'll Ever Make—For Teens: A 7 Habits Guide for Teens(Oct., $15) by Sean Covey deals with such matters as gaining self-esteem, being smart about sex and planning a career.
Body Clutter: Love Your Body, Love Yourself(Jan., $15.95) by Marla Cilley and Leanne Ely. The authors of Sink Reflectionsexplain how they collectively lost 100 pounds and five sizes each.
The Artist's Way Workbook(Sept., $17.95) by Julia Cameron accompanies her bestselling The Artist's Way.
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Broken Glass: A Family's Journey Through Mental Illness(Sept., $17.95) by Robert V. Hine. A father describes helping his daughter through her personality disorder.
Simplify Your Time(Sept., $14.99) by Marcia Ramsland follows a 30-day plan that trades time-wasters for time-savers.
Take Charge of Bipolar Disorder: A 4-Step Plan for You and Your Loved Ones to Manage the Illness and Create Lasting Stability(Sept., $18.99) by Julie A. Fast and John Preston incorporates medications, lifestyle changes, behavior modifications and an effective support team.
On the Frontline: A Personal Guidebook for the Physical, Emotional, and Spiritual Challenges of Military Life(Nov., $13.99) by Tom Neven navigates the struggles men and women in the armed services face with fidelity, debt and loneliness.