So many of us struggle to fall asleep. The second our heads hit the pillow, our minds race. How do you wipe it all away so you can fall asleep? Psychologist Anne Beall’s
5-Minute Sleep Meditations helps readers forget their worries, relax, and fall into a slumber.
In Heroic, Helpful, & Caring Cats, animal advocate and psychologist Anne Beall shares real-life stories of cats who comfort, inspire, and connect with the humans they love. Beall also conducted research into American attitudes towards their furry friends.
You might think Cinderella lived happily ever after until you look more closely at the hidden messages in beloved fairy tales. This book contains a data analysis of Grimm's tales as well as insightful commentary about these stories and their messages.
Heartwarming stories about horses who heal, dogs who help children read, cats who save the lives of their owners, and pigs, sheep, ducks, and llamas who lift the spirits of people, Beall shows how animals are making a difference people's lives.
Stories and research about feral cats and the impact they have on people and communities. Includes interviews with caretakers and pioneers in the TNR movement. It's a heartwarming book for those who love cats and want to understand them better.
Take a 5-minute break, get away and relax. Suspend disbelief and find yourself in a magical garden, on a luxurious yacht with friends, or in a hot-air balloon. You're the main character where you take a trip and receive a message at the end.
Researchers estimate that nonverbal communication comprises between 60 and 93 percent of all communication. How much are you missing? Anne Beall shares her approach to reading customers and colleagues.
Anne Beall shares her approach to conducting strategic market research in this book. With more than 25 years of experience, Beall details the strategic principles she has developed that can inspire and change an organization.
To what extent does gender influence our behavior, thoughts, and feelings? And how does gender affect how we are perceived and treated by others? This second edition addresses these central questions.