Dr. Zita Weber PhD is an experienced therapist, counselor and academic who specializes in grief and loss, women and depression, relationships and sexuality. She is the author of Back from the Blues, Out of the Blues, Good Grief, Skills for Human Service Practice, The Best Years of a Woman's Life, Unfaithfully Yours and Sex for Sale.
In this collection of short stories, you’ll find the variable responses to love and betrayal that are part of our human condition. How do people respond to temptation? What do they do about it? Can an affair be justified? How do we forgive our lovers for their transgressions?
Blindfold tells a story of personal and professional trust and betrayal, A vulnerable young woman puts herself and her care into the hands of a charismatic psychiatrist who runs an experimental psychiatric facility. As their relationship develops, both get caught up in a dangerous game where there are no winners.
Think Yourself Thin: The Psychology of Losing Weight is a book that provides you with strategies for intelligent and mindful weight loss. You will learn about the psychology of losing weight and how you can use skills and strategies to not only motivate yourself, but also to maintain your resolve in your weight-loss goals.
Finding your heart’s desire – your dream relationship – is possible. If you have the knowledge, skills and goodwill, then you will succeed. Heart’s Desire: How to create the relationship you’ve always dreamed of having will give you all the knowledge, skills and hot tips you’ll need to create and nurture your relationship – all you need add is the goodwill.
Losing the 21st Century Blues is a book that explores the - who, what, why, when and how to get over - ‘the blues’. Depression can present in many ways and is no respecter of persons. Over a lifetime, up to one in four people will experience a depression. This little book will give you some strategies, reveal how other people have coped and provide you with some quotable quotes.
The hurry habit is addictive. But at what cost? Slowing the Pace: Losing the Hurry Habit, is a little book which promises to bring a sense of balance into our hurried and harried lives. You’ll develop skills that will improve your mental health and sense of being in the world.
Good Grief is a book for everyone. Loss is part of our daily life. Grief visits us all. There are many incidental and inevitable losses and let-downs, as well as major losses in life. Sometimes the sense of loss and grief we experience leads to feelings of despair. Life seems to lose its meaning. Good Grief shows that a satisfying and meaningful life is possible after loss.
Stress-less: Your guide to better living provides you with lots of simple, practical suggestions and strategies for taking control of your well-being and achieving a more peaceful, happier life. No matter who you are or what you do, chances are you'll experience stress at some point in your life. The good news is that everyday challenges and stresses can be managed. This book shows you how.
Want to have the best sex ever? Want to learn about what other people think about sexing themselves up? Want to get a glimpse of what they do? This little book is about sex for grown-ups. It covers the essentials of sex – and much more. Real men and women share their tips for how to have hot sex and you’ll also read about what researchers have found out about how to have sensational sex.
Because You’re Really Worth It: Enhancing Your Self-esteem offers an opportunity of going on a journey of discovery, by encouraging the reader to develop greater self-knowledge and thereby, creating higher self-esteem. This book reveals the steps, strategies and possibilities –the secrets – of achieving high self-esteem.
Want to have the best love relationship there is? This little book reveals the basic rules of love and how to make your relationship more fulfilling. By following the rules of the game of love, you'll empower yourself and strengthen your love bond.
The silent epidemic of depression affects millions of women every year. In this book, women share their stories of depression as well as their insights and Dr. Zita Weber offers informative and practical solutions to women to overcome their 'blues'.