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Bay Tree Publishing, Saving Energy, Growing Jobs by David Goldstein

by David B. Goldstein
Foreword by Senator Olympia Snowe
The idea that we must choose between a healthy environment and a healthy economy is a myth says NRDC Energy Program Director David Goldstein. Offering a new paradigm for the economy and the environment, Goldstein provides a model for well-designed environmental policies and guidelines for transforming the current political debate.

Bay Tree Publishing, Summit! One Woman's Mount Everest Climb Guides You To Success by Laurie Bagley

by Laurie Bagley
Author and life coach Laurie Bagley provides a road map for personal transformation and achievement that will inspire readers to do what it takes to reach their goals. The sixth United States woman to summit Mount Everest on the harrowing North Col Route, Bagley uses exciting and engaging personal stories from her climb to illustrate her program. The book’s can-do approach details specific steps that move readers forward on their chosen path.

Bay Tree Publishing, Take Back Your Life, Recovering from Cults and Abusive Relationships, Lalich and Tobias

by Janja Lalich and Madeleine Tobias
Cult victims and those in abusive relationships often suffer from fear, confusion, low-self esteem, and post-traumatic stress. Take Back Your Life explains the seductive draw that leads people into such situations, offers guidelines for assessing what happened, and provides tools for getting back on track. Written for the victims, their families, and professionals, this book leads readers through the healing process. A resource list and personal accounts of those who have successfully made the transition to the “normal” world help and inspire.

Bay Tree Publishing, Them and Us, by Arthur Deikman MD

by Arthur J. Deikman, M.D.
Foreword by Doris Lessing
A clinical professor of psychiatry, Arthur J. Deikman, M.D. examines the phenomenon of cult thinking and finds it present in a wide range of institutions—corporate, political, religious and educational. When we draw a clear line between Them and Us—whoever they are—we lose our ability to respond to the challenges of life in the modern world.