Social Intelligence: The New Science of Human Relationships (Sept., $28) by Daniel Goleman explores the foundations of relationships as illuminated by the new field of social neuroscience. 250,000 first printing.


The Book of Courage (Sept., $14) by Hans Wilhelm delivers messages of comfort and courage to those whose lives seem to be collapsing.


The Man with the Iron Tattoo and Other True Tales of Uncommon Wisdom: What Our Patients Have Taught Us About Love, Faith and Healing (Nov., $20) by John Castaldo, M.D., and Larry Levitt, M.D., examines 15 medical cases that illustrate what doctors can learn from patients.


The Anatomy of Peace: Resolving the Heart of Conflict (Sept., $22.95) by the Arbinger Institute articulates the need to find peace within ourselves and in our relationships.


You’ve Got to Read This Book: 55 People Tell the Story of the Book That Changed Their Life (Sept., $24.95) by Jack Canfield and Gay Handricks shares stories from notable people transformed by reading experiences.

Babyproofing Your Marriage: How to Laugh More, Argue Less, and Communicate Better as Your Family Grows (Jan., $22.95) by Stacie Cockrell et al. offers advice on staying happily married, even with kids.


Ageless (Oct., $25) by Suzanne Somers encourages taking control of the aging process to restore vigor, sexual power and creative thinking. 400,000 first printing. Ad/promo.


Worker in the Light (Sept., $24.95) by George Noory and William J. Birnes suggests routes to spiritual empowerment. 125,000 first printing.


Living Artfully: Creating the Life You Imagine (Oct., $25) by Sandra Magsamen advocates using your own creative language to connect more deeply with the important people in your lives. Author tour.


Life After Death: The Burden of Proof (Oct., $24) by Deepak Chopra explores the ultimate mystery of human existence. 200,000 first printing. 15-city author tour.

A Thousand Names for Joy: A Life in Harmony with the Way Things Are (Feb., $24.95) by Byron Katie and Stephen Mitchell uses the Tao Te Ching as a stimulus for Katie to reflect on her experiences of a balanced life. 80,000 first printing.


The Proper Care and Feeding of Marriages (Jan., $25.95) by Laura Schlessinger reveals how to bring a marriage back from the brink of disaster. 350,000 first printing.


Everything You Need to Know to Feel GO(O)D (Oct., $24.95) by Candace B. Pert teaches that feeling good and feeling God are the same thing. 50,000 first printing.

Transformation: How to Change Everything (Jan., $24.95) by Bill Phillips. The author of Body for Life fuses art, science and common sense to make meaningful changes. 200,000 first printing. Author tour.


Feeding the Fame: Celebrities Tell Their Real-Life Stories of Eating Disorders and Recovery (Sept., $21.95) by Gary Stromberg and Jane Merrill.


On Becoming Fearless: Advice for Women (Sept., $21.99) by Arianna Huffington offers women a road map for achieving their dreams. Ad/promo. Author tour.

A Perfect Mess: The Hidden Benefits of Disorder—How Crammed Closets, Cluttered Offices, and On-the-Fly Planning Make the World a Better Place (Jan., $25.99) by Eric Abrahamson and David Freedman. Take that, neatniks of the world. Ad/promo.


A Hand to Guide Me (Nov., $24.95) by Denzel Washington talks about the mentors who have changed his life; includes reminiscences from 70 noted personalities.


A Secret Sadness: The Hidden Relationship Patterns That Make Women Depressed (Jan., $24.95) by Valerie E. Whiffen offers a new perspective on the connection between a woman’s relationships and her frame of mind. Ad/promo.


The Inner Organizer (Jan., $19.95) by Jennifer Louden puts forth a planner for time-challenged women. 25,000 first printing.


Unlock Reality (Oct., $15.95) by Anonymous tackles timeless questions such as Who are we? and What makes the world possible? in easy-to-understand terms.


Where There’s a Will There’s a Way: Or, All I Really Need to Know I Learned from Shakespeare (Nov., $19.95) by Laurie McGuire contends that the best coach for life’s drama is the Bard.


The Not So Big Life: Making Room for What Really Matters (Jan., $23.95) by Sarah Susanka presents guidelines for easing chaotic and overcommitted lifestyles.


Men, Love & Sex: The Complete User’s Guide for Women (Sept., $23.95) by David Zinczenko with Ted Spiker attempts to solve one of today’s great challenges—helping women understand men. 100,000 first printing.


Everyday Greatness (Oct., $24.99) by Stephen Covey pairs inspiring stories about leading a fulfilling life with the author’s commentary.


Naomi Judd’s Guide to Aging Gratefully: Being the Best for the Rest of Your Life (Jan., $23) by Naomi Judd reveals how to embrace the opportunities that come with age. 150,000 first printing.7-city author tour.


The Adversity Advantage: Seven Steps Toward Everyday Greatness (Jan., $24.95) by Paul G. Stolz and Erik Weihenmayer contends that anyone can use the ingredients of adversity to elevate one’s business and life.

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A Significant Life: Fulfilling Your Eternal Potential Every Day (Sept., $19.99) by Jim Graff reveals five keys that provide the resources and inspiration for living at full potential.