by Ryan Dobson
When it comes to life, we want to get it right. As the only son of child and family psychologist Dr. James Dobson, Ryan Dobson grew up in the hot spotlight of what felt like Christian celebrity culture, with his dad’s proponents and opponents alike wanting to know if “Doc” actually practiced what he preached. As a teenager, Ryan was curious about that too: sure, his parents talked a good game, but would they back up their beliefs with action?
13 Things Mentally Strong People Don't Do: Take Back Your Power, Embrace Change, Face Your Fears, and Train Your Brain for Happiness and Success - Amy Morin
Amy Morin is a licensed clinical social worker, college psychology instructor and psychotherapist. She's a regular contributor to Forbes, Inc., Psychology Today, and Verywell.
In 2013, her article, "13 Things Mentally Strong People Don't Do," became a viral sensation when it was read by over 50 million people. Her Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestselling book, also titled "13 Things Mentally Strong People Don't Do," is being translated into 30 languages.
Her second book, 13 Things Mentally Strong Parents Don't Do, is filled with more than 100 mental strength exercises for parents and children.
Amy's TEDx talk, the Secret of Becoming Mentally Strong, is one of the most popular TEDx talks of all time with more than 6 million views. Her advice has been featured on or in numerous media outlets including Time, CNN, CNBC, Today, Fox News, Fast Company, Oprah.com, Business Insider, and Success.
by Ryan Dobson
"Whatever" is now the password into civilized youth culture. Alarming numbers of Christians eighteen to twenty-five years old believe that there is no such thing as absolute truth. Yet, Ryan Dobson proclaims, we can't even function if we believe that everything is relative. In his first book, the impassioned youth speaker explains God's establishment of absolutes, using relevant examples to awaken Christians to the world's desperate hunger for absolute truth -- and the church's duty to proclaim it.