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Audiobooks Narrated by Coleen Marlo

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Gender Intelligence: Breakthrough Strategies for Increasing Diversity and Improving Your Bottom Line Audiobook

Gender Intelligence: Breakthrough Strategies for Increasing Diversity and Improving Your Bottom Line

Author: Barbara Annis, Keith Merron Narrator: Coleen Marlo Release Date: December 2020

Despite forty years of laws, quotas, diversity training, and legal expenses aimed toward equalizing pay, opportunities, and working conditions between the sexes, the glass ceiling remains firmly intact. For too long, companies have played the 'numbers game'-attempting to tackle gender imbalance by forcing affirmative action policies and numeric standards on organizations to increase the representation of women in management. Yet, these efforts have rarely been sustained. In this groundbreaking comprehensive analysis, based on more than twenty-five years of in-depth surveys involving 100,000 men and women across dozens of Fortune 500 companies, Barbara Annis and Keith Merron provide a deeper understanding of the multiplicity of forces that have combined to create and perpetuate gender inequality. Gender Intelligence exposes common false assumptions that prevent men and women from successfully performing together at work-myths exacerbated by worn-out theories of gender blindness and sameness thinking. It show how a small but growing number of courageous, leading-edge companies have broken through the barriers to successfully advance women, making the remarkable transformation from compliance to choice-from pressure to preference-and show how it can be done in any business.

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Allergies, Asthma, and the Common Cold Audiobook

Allergies, Asthma, and the Common Cold

Author: Scientific American Narrator: Coleen Marlo Release Date: November 2020

During allergy season, sufferers know the drill: runny nose, watery eyes, sneezing up a storm. For the unlucky with asthma, symptoms might also include coughing and wheezing. However, asthma is not always caused by allergens like pollen and dust-nonallergenic asthma is brought on by a number of possible environmental or genetic triggers. Then there's the common cold, which also presents with similar symptoms. So what's causing your runny nose? In Allergies, Asthma, and the Common Cold, we review what we know about these three conditions as well as take a look at food allergies and what's on the horizon for allergy treatment and prevention. We begin with what causes allergies, in which Steve Mirsky interviews Johns Hopkins School of Medicine researcher Kathleen Barnes on the science behind the hygiene hypothesis, which suggests that early exposure to bacteria and viruses leads to a stronger immune system and a reduced likelihood of developing allergies later in life. Next we tackle asthma, which is reaching epidemic proportions in some parts of the world. Then we discuss interventions for food allergies specifically, including genetically modified foods and immunotherapy. And finally, we look into allergies in general, and how the fine-tuned "human microbiome" may be protecting us more than we know.

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Everything You Need to Know About Caregiving for Parkinson's Disease Audiobook

Everything You Need to Know About Caregiving for Parkinson's Disease

Author: Lianna Marie Narrator: Coleen Marlo Release Date: November 2020

Caregiving for those who suffer from Parkinson's disease comes with many challenges, from how to deal with guilt and loneliness to avoiding burnout and figuring out what to expect from an unpredictable disease. When giving care, too often caregivers neglect their own well-being. Everything You Need to Know About Caregiving for Parkinson's Disease is not just about caring for your loved one, but also about taking care of yourself. Lianna Marie served as her mother's caregiver for more than twenty years after she was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. Drawing on firsthand experience, her training as a nurse, and the many stories of others she has helped and counseled over the years, Marie shares her wisdom and advice-practical and emotional. Written accessibly and without jargon, Everything You Need to Know provides an essential resource full of useful information for all caregivers of those with Parkinson's disease.

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Climate Change and Extreme Weather Audiobook

Climate Change and Extreme Weather

Author: Scientific American Narrator: Coleen Marlo Release Date: November 2020

If climate catastrophes like Hurricane Sandy seem to be on the rise, it's for a reason. The likelihood of these extreme weather events are increasingly being tied to man-made global warming, mostly through overproduction of carbon dioxide. It's no longer an abstract idea; it's being felt locally, on every level. Climate Change and Extreme Weather gives you the tools to better understand what's behind climate change, what might be in store during the coming decades, and how we can begin to reverse the detrimental effects mankind has had on the atmosphere.

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We Are All in Shock: Energy Healing for Traumatic Times Audiobook

We Are All in Shock: Energy Healing for Traumatic Times

Author: Stephanie Mines, Ph.D. Narrator: Coleen Marlo Release Date: October 2020

Have you tried to 'snap out of it' but just can't seem to? We Are All in Shock shows how you can move past traumas-grounded in psychology, energy medicine, and neurobiology-to reclaim your health and potential through energy healing. Parents, nurses, crisis workers, and body workers, psychotherapists, and the everyday listener will benefit from the practices presented in this book. We Are All in Shock provides the tools for reclaiming complete well-being after overwhelming experiences of shock, whether caused by the massive sweep of current events such as the Covid-19 pandemic or a personal catastrophe. Dr. Mines redefines psychological trauma and revolutionizes the concept of self-care by identifying the true cause of anxiety, explaining why it is so prevalent in society today and how by recognizing its effect we can find new stability and healing. We Are All in Shock demystifies energy medicine by presenting accessible tools to help diminish and eliminate the nervous system's habitual responses to overwhelming traumas. Dr. Mines's work combines skills from Japanese energy healing arts related to acupressure on the energy meridians of the body with the most contemporary scientific interpretation of how the brain works, to offer a clear understanding of neurological behavior.

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A Therapist's Guide to Treating Eating Disorders in a Social Media Age Audiobook

A Therapist's Guide to Treating Eating Disorders in a Social Media Age

Author: Shauna Frisbie Narrator: Coleen Marlo Release Date: October 2020

The impact of visual images all around us on clients who suffer from eating disorders; using phototherapy as a means of healing. All humans need space to think, to be, and to process without constant distraction. This is especially true of adolescents and young adults, for whom identity formation is a consuming task. Social media has generated both a place for the creation of identity and an audience. But constant connection leaves little space without intrusion from others. For those with body dissatisfaction and/or eating disorders, living in today's world can be especially challenging, and viewing images on social media and other online formats can be devastating. Shauna Frisbie utilizes phototherapy techniques to view client-selected images (whether they be of themselves or others) to help uncover underlying messages that are impacting their relationship to their bodies. Integrating concepts of healing narratives, neuroscience, and phototherapy, this book will help any therapist promote self-compassion, self-reflection, and healing in their clients.

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Embodiment and the Treatment of Eating Disorders: The Body as a Resource in Recovery Audiobook

Embodiment and the Treatment of Eating Disorders: The Body as a Resource in Recovery

Author: Catherine Cook-Cottone Narrator: Coleen Marlo Release Date: October 2020

Tools for the clinician to help clients turn their bodies into resources for healing from eating disorders. Embodiment refers to the attunement of the inner and outer self. Cognitions are aligned with the sensing and feeling body. Further, in an attuned experience of self, positive embodiment is maintained by a set of internally focused tools, such as self-care practices that support physiological health, emotional well-being, and effective cognitive functioning. For those who suffer from eating disorders, this is not the case; in fact, the opposite is true. Disordered thinking, an unattuned sense of self, and negative cognitions abound. Turning this thinking around is key to client resilience and treatment successes. Catherine Cook-Cottone provides tools for clinicians working with clients to restore their healthy selves and use their bodies as a positive resource for healing and long-term health. The book goes beyond traditional treatments to talk about mindful self-care, mindful eating, yoga, and other practices designed to support self-regulation.

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The Complete Guide for People With Parkinson's Disease and Their Loved Ones Audiobook

The Complete Guide for People With Parkinson's Disease and Their Loved Ones

Author: Lianna Marie Narrator: Coleen Marlo Release Date: October 2020

A diagnosis of Parkinson's disease is as disorienting as it is devastating. The Complete Guide for People With Parkinson's Disease and Their Loved Ones helps make sense of what comes next and what can be done, not just for those suffering from the disease but for their family and friends as well. A trained nurse and primary caregiver for her mother, who was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 1991, Lianna Marie draws upon over twenty years of education, research, and direct experience. Written in straightforward and easily accessible language, this essential guide aims to help patients better understand their role in their treatment so that they may continue to lead happy and hopeful lives. Topics covered include nutrition and exercise, alternative and complementary therapies, medication and treatment, and what caregivers can do to help. Written by an international expert on Parkinson's who has confronted the disease firsthand, The Complete Guide serves as the go-to book for comprehensive, easy-to-understand information for all Parkinson's patients and their loved ones.

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Bending the Paw Audiobook

Bending the Paw

Author: Diane Kelly Narrator: Coleen Marlo Release Date: October 2020

Make way for the long paw of the law as police officer Megan Luz and her K-9 partner Brigit investigate a baffling new mystery in Bending the Paw, by Diane Kelly. A MURDER WITHOUT A BODY IS LIKE A DOG WITHOUT A BONE A bloodbath is a shocking new challenge for Megan and Brigit when Detective Audrey Jackson calls them to the scene of what could only be a brutal murder. But the one thing the nightmarish scene is missing is a victim. The frantic homeowner's husband is gone, seemingly without a trace-and so is the money he was holding. Has a vicious killer committed what might just be the perfect crime? Meanwhile, it's hailing cats and dogs all over Fort Worth, and roofing contractors have descended on the city in droves. With plenty of damage and continuing storms, work delays are building up like so much runoff, but Megan is suspicious that one roofer may be a scam artist. Determined to leash every lawbreaker she and her K-9 partner find, Megan is building a case for prosecution, all while Brigit has her nose to the ground for a murderer . . .

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The Grit Factor: Courage, Resilience, and Leadership in the Most Male-Dominated Organization in the  Audiobook

The Grit Factor: Courage, Resilience, and Leadership in the Most Male-Dominated Organization in the

Author: Shannon Huffman Polson Narrator: Coleen Marlo Release Date: September 2020

At age nineteen, Shannon Huffman Polson became the youngest woman ever to climb Denali, the highest mountain in North America. She went on to reach the summits of Mt. Rainier and Mt. Kilimanjaro and spent more than a decade traveling the world. Yet it was during her experience serving as one of the Army's first female attack helicopter pilots, and eventually leading an Apache flight platoon on deployment to Bosnia-Herzegovina, that she learned the lessons of leadership that forever changed her life. Where did these insights come from? From her own crucibles of experience-and from other women. In writing The Grit Factor, Polson made it her mission to connect with an elite pack of tough, impressive female iconoclasts who shared with her their candid stories of combat and career. This slate of decorated leaders includes Heather Penney, one of the first female F-16 pilots, who was put on a suicide mission for 9/11; General Ann Dunwoody, the first female four-star general in the Army; Amy McGrath, the first female Marine to fly the F/A-18 in combat-and dozens of other unstoppable women who got there first, including Polson herself. With its gripping narrative and relatable takeaways, The Grit Factor is both inspiring and pragmatic, a book that will energize and enlighten current and aspiring leaders everywhere-whether male or female.

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Breaking Bad Habits: Finding Happiness through Change Audiobook

Breaking Bad Habits: Finding Happiness through Change

Author: Scientific American Narrator: Coleen Marlo Release Date: September 2020

Self-improvement is a lifelong quest. We all have things we’d like to change about ourselves, which is why many people make New Year’s resolutions. Yet, research shows that only about 8 percent of resolution-makers achieve their goals. Changing personal habits is both hugely difficult and hugely rewarding. Here, Scientific American offers this guide on breaking bad habits and the ultimate satisfaction of making difficult life changes.

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Welcome to Wherever We Are: A Memoir of Family, Caregiving, and Redemption Audiobook

Welcome to Wherever We Are: A Memoir of Family, Caregiving, and Redemption

Author: Deborah J. Cohan Narrator: Coleen Marlo Release Date: August 2020

Welcome to Wherever We Are is a meditation on what we hold onto, what we let go of, how we remember others, and ultimately how we're remembered. Deborah Cohan shares her story of caring for her father, a man who was simultaneously loud, gentle, loving, and cruel and whose brilliant career as an advertising executive included creating slogans like 'Hey, how 'bout a nice Hawaiian punch?' Wrestling with emotional extremes that characterize abusive relationships, Cohan shows how she navigated life with a man who was at once generous and affectionate, creating magical coat pockets filled with chocolate kisses when she was a little girl, yet who was also prone to searing, vicious remarks like 'You'd make my life easier if you'd commit suicide.' In this gripping memoir, Cohan tells her unique personal story while also weaving in her expertise as a sociologist and domestic abuse counselor to address broader questions related to marriage, violence, divorce, only children, intimacy, and loss. A story most of us can relate to as we reckon with past and future choices against the backdrop of complicated family dynamics, Welcome to Wherever We Are is about how we might come to live our own lives better amidst unpredictable changes through grief and healing.

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