Nonviolent Communication by Marshall Rosenberg In this book, American psychologist Marshall Rosenberg explores the concept of empathy. He says human needs are universal and it is empathy that allows us more »

The Distraction Addiction  by Dr. Alex Soojung-Kim Pang The Distraction Addiction by Alex Soojung-Kim Pang functions as more than your usual how-to guide, as it interweaves Buddhist thought, a history more »

Plantstrong Cookbooks for the Busy Home cooking is correlated to better physical health outcomes and well-being. As physicians, we have busy schedules and might not find time to cook after more »

Motivational Interviewing in Diabetes Care by Marc P Steinberg and William R. Miller Motivational Interviewing (MI) is a collaborative counseling strategy designed to elicit and strengthen motivation for behavior change. It more »

Man’s Search for Meaning by Dr. Viktor Frankl Dr. Viktor Frankel was a prominent psychiatrist in Vienna, Austria in the 1940s and the founder of the philosophy of Logotherapy. Logotherapy more »

If you are looking for inspiration about daily rituals and self-improvement this is a “must read.” Tim Ferriss’ new book is a timely encyclopedia of life advice curated from a variety more »