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Cracroft’s Picks–Help Yourself to These Self-Help Books



Steven G. Aldana (BS ’87), The Culprit and the Cure: How Lifestyle Is the Culprit Behind America’s Poor Health and How Transforming That Lifestyle Can Be the Cure (Maple Mountain; 261 pp.; $24.99)


Garth A. Hanson (’81) and Steve D. Hanson (BS ’66), Principles of Love: How to Successfully Parent Your Adult Children (Covenant; 225 pp.; $15.95)

Devin G. Durrant (BA ’84), with his father, George D. Durrant (BS ’56), Raising an All-American: Helping Your Child Excel in Athletics (and in Life) (Spring Creek Book; 202 pp.; $16.95)

Brent L. Top (BA ’76) and Bruce A. Chadwick, 10 Secrets Wise Parents Know: Tried and True Things You Can Do to Raise Faithful, Confident, Responsible Children (Deseret Book; 252 pp.; $14.95)

Marital Relationships

Robert F. Stahmann, Wayne R. Young (BS ’75), and Julie Glenn Grover (BS ’94), Becoming One: Intimacy in Marriage (Covenant; 114 pp.; $17.95)

Douglas E. Brinley (PhD ’75) and Daniel K Judd (MS ’85), eds., Living a Covenant Marriage: Practical Advice from Thirteen Experts Who’ve Walked in Your Shoes (Deseret Book; 321 pp. $19.95)

Laura Mason Brotherson (BS ’91) And They Were Not Ashamed: Strengthening Marriage Through Sexual Fulfillment (Elton-Wolf, 373 pp.; $17.95)

Fighting Pornography

Mark D. Chamberlain (PhD ’94), Daniel D. Gray, and Rory C. Reid (BS ’95), eds., Confronting Pornography: A Guide to Prevention and Recovery for Individuals, Loved Ones, and Leaders (Deseret Book; 366 pp.; $17.95)

Mental Health

Rex D. Pinegar (BS ’58), with “Dr. Rick H.,” And I Will Make Thee Whole: Helping Families with Mental Health Concerns (Cedar Fort; 150 pp.; $12.95)