Daily Nonfiction Book Focus 3/21/2013

Today’s nonfiction book focus is “Change Your Choices, Change Your Life,” written by Lowell Oswald and John Waterbury.

We all encounter challenges. The key is learning how to respond to them. Now you can start seeing life with a clear and healthy perspective as you identify the source of your emotional and spiritual challenges and make constructive changes for a more balanced life. This book is guaranteed to grant you peace and power no matter what challenges you face!

Change Your Choices_Life_2x3Authors Lowell K. Oswald and John Waterbury wrote this book for those searching for answers, transition and transformation from the effects of abuse, mental illness or other unhealthy patterns of behavior by clarifying correct principles and by inspiring hope. Each chapter begins with the experiences and insights of Dr. Lowell K. Oswald. Within each chapter, under the heading “Clinical Insights,” John Waterbury, a Licensed Professional Counselor, shares life-management skills and guiding principles for individuals working through the recovery process.

One book reviewer, Karen Anderson, writes “Transformation is a word used often by the authors… human behavior takes time to make changes in belief patterns. Instead of happening on a predictable timetable, individuals require time and support to adjust thought patterns and transform unhealthy behavior into actions that can bring healing.”

Gary and Joy Lundberg, authors of the book I Don’t Have to Make Everything All Better, write, “The messages in this book offer solutions to all who face challenges in their life. Dr. Oswald’s personal experiences led him to develop the process that can help many others reach into their souls and find relief.”

About the Authors:
Lowell K. Oswald has spent over twenty-nine years developing services and programs for at-risk children and youth. Lowell obtained a Ph.D. at the University of Utah, MS degree atLowell K. Oswald Utah State University, and a BA degree at the University of Utah. Lowell and his wife, Laurie, have been married for 32 years. They have three children and one grandchild.

John WaterburyJohn Waterbury is a Licensed Professional Counselor and National Certified Counselor. John attended Arkansas State University where he received BA and MA degrees. John and his wife, Melinda, have been married for 41 years. They have four children and 11 grandchildren.