Ned Rollo and Ronald L. Krannich, Ph.D.
#9558 Two of America’s leading correctional educators focus on key barriers to surviving the correctional experience and staying out for good – mental drift and toxic mindsets. Being locked in a cage changes many things, especially one’s mindset. Fear, distrust, boredom, loneliness, anger, grief, depression, and hopelessness frequently characterize the mental state of inmates. This combination book (144 pages) and pocket guide (64 pages) helps ex-offenders jump-start their lives by developing a positive and hopeful future filled with purpose, passion, meaning, empathy, and love. Users explore new ways of thinking about themselves and their re-entry. The books cover everything from assessing one’s happiness, gratitude, attitude, and anger management skills to identifying key values, skills, and abilities for developing a powerful objective related to one’s purposed. They show those struggling with “mental drift” and “mind wandering” how to transform themselves into happy, healthy, resilient, wise, kind, loving, self-compassionate, socially connected, and successful individuals. Includes many self-tests and exercises. Can purchase separately: A Map Through the Maze ($11.95) and Re-Imagining Life on the Outside Pocket Guide ($3.95). SPECIALS: Both for $14.95; 10 sets of both for $129.95; 100 sets of both for $1,099.00.