by Reader's Digest Editors
For over 90 years, America has turned to Reader's Digest Magazine for incredible real-life stories. They move us to tears, lift our spirit, connect us to our communities, and inspire us in unique and exciting ways that we never dreamed were possible. Now, for the first time ever, you're invited to own this deeply moving collection of our most-popular articles, each one carefully selected by our editors.
For years, athletes, coaches, parents, and organizations have searched for the secrets to optimum mental performance. However, in spite of a myriad of tools and techniques, success and contentment continue to be as elusive as ever, until now. Garret Kramer’s Stillpower offers a revolutionary explanation for this predicament and provides a basic, yet dynamic, approach for the future.
Through the journey of their own reinventions, the Mom Secret was discovered: The more satisfied you are with yourself, the better you can deal with the chaos that surrounds you, the better role model you will be, and the better off your entire family will be! This is not a luxury. This is a necessity. Jen and Barb share their steps to help you realize your full potential as a woman while still maintaining your joy as a mom and/or wife.
Jaden Phoenix gets us out of our heads and into our heart space. Suddenly enlightenment isn't about perfection, expectations or demands, but about letting go, trusting, and allowing the universe to work through you. You'll discover the beauty of the deep, magical space "beyond human."
First-time author Eric Poole joins the ranks of Augusten Burroughs, David Sedaris, and David Rakoff with his chronicle of a childhood gone hilariously and heartbreakingly awry in the Midwest of the 1970s.
Witty, compelling, and full of surprises, Todd Buchholz shows that it's the race itself that literally delivers the rush and drives us forward, even if we never reach the finish line. He will convince you that what you really want is to chase your tail -- even if you never catch it.
Touching and incisive, Pitch Uncertain is a beautifully drawn account of Maisie Houghton's struggle to find her own voice as the middle child of two parents whose marriage and lives she slowly decoded as she came of age in the 1950s.
Lende's irrepressible spirit, her wry humor, and her commitment to living a life on the edge of the world resonate on every page. And her writing, so honest and unadorned, offers profound lessons to live by.
Join world-renowned consciousness teacher and healer Richard Moss in an exploration of the power of presence in your life.
Sometimes we just need to stop for a moment and absorb the quiet moments in the world around us--to take a deep breath and appreciate the things in life that make us thankful and bring us joy.
Abigail Brenner, M.D., is a board certified psychiatrist currently in private practices as well as an ordained interfaith minister who helps people design, create, and perform personally meaningful rituals.
Learn how to hear and use it to solve life's challenges, whether they're physical, emotional, or both.