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In THE ONLY CONSTANT, celebrated poet and educator Najwa Zebian quiets the noise and focuses on the necessity and beauty of those messy transitional times in life.

A Guide to Embracing Change and Leading an Authentic Life
by Najwa Zebian
Harmony, March 2024

Most people want something in their life to change, whether it’s their job, their personal relationships, or their ability to live authentically. And sometimes, unwanted change comes all too swiftly. We may want to jump over the hard, confusing parts, but true growth happens in that uncomfortable space in between here and there.

This is a tender and wise guide to accepting yourself as you are now, embracing the impermanence, and celebrating the fact that change is what puts the life in life. Written with poetic wisdom, Najwa shares her personal experiences with change and guides us through the changes we choose, like embarking on a new career or setting boundaries, and changes we don’t choose, like the loss of a loved one, a relationship, or a job.

Ultimately, Zebian teaches that the purpose of change is to step into the world as your most authentic self. THE ONLY CONSTANT is here to assure us that uncertainty is natural. Change is scary. But it’s the path to living as your true self. We may be in the in-between, but that journey is just as beautiful as the destination.

Najwa Zebian is a Lebanese-Canadian activist, author, speaker, and educator with a doctorate in Educational Leadership. The author of three collections of poetry and WELCOME HOME (Harmony, 2021), she delivered the TEDx talk « Finding Home Through Poetry » and recently launched a digital school, Soul Academy, and a podcast, Stories of the Soul. Her work has been featured in the New York Times, Glamour, Elle Canada, HuffPost, and more.

BOYMOM de Ruth Whippman

With humor, insight, and honesty, Ruth uses her experience as a mom and a journalist to explore strategies that support boys’ mental health and help them construct a healthy relationship with masculinity.

Reimagining Boyhood in the Age of Impossible Masculinity
by Ruth Whippman
Harmony, June 2024

Ruth Whippman, a lifelong feminist, was thrilled by the emergence of the #Metoo movement. But as a mother of three boys, she found herself frightened, conflicted, and surprisingly defensive. The sheer volume of evidence of terrible male behavior was impossible to deny, but she looked at her sons and found it hard to believe they could ever cause harm. These complex emotions, shared by so many mothers of boys, led Whippman to ask herself the question: How do we raise boys to be compassionate, responsible men in a world where toxic masculinity is still the norm?

Combining elements of memoir, the latest scientific research, popular culture, and reporting from the frontlines of contemporary American boyhood, BOYMOM is Ruth’s deep-dive answer to that question. It turns out that boys need more parenting than girls, not less. She unpacks surprising and controversial truths about boys’ socialization and the “undercare” of boys that can lead to a lack of relational skills and empathy. She uncovers how even the most well-meaning moms can inadvertently perpetuate damaging stereotypes and provides tools to foster emotional literacy in boys.

Ruth Whippman is a British author, journalist and documentary film maker, who spent ten years in London working at the BBC as a Director and Senior Producer. Her essays, cultural criticism and journalism have appeared in the New York Times, Time magazine, New York Magazine, The Guardian, HuffPost and elsewhere. Fortune described her as one of the « 25 sharpest minds » of the decade. She is a regular speaker at venues including TEDx, Google, The Moth and Somerset House in London. She lives in California with her family.

DEATH de Sadhguru

Sadhguru’s next book is DEATH, in which he explores the topic of death and the afterlife.

by Sadhguru
Harmony, March 2025

Sadhguru’s teachings encourage readers to explore the possibility of an existential reality beyond the limited realm of logic. By offering practical preparations one can make for one’s death, Sadhguru also shows the best way to assist someone who is dying, and how to support their journey even after they have passed away.

Sadhguru is an author, yogi, mystic, and the founder of the Isha Foundation, an all-volunteer organization engaged in large-scale humanitarian and environmental projects. He is the founder of the Isha Yoga Center in Coimbatore, India, and the Isha Institute for Inner Sciences on the Cumberland Plateau in central Tennessee.

HOW TO ADHD de Jessica McCabe

In this honest, friendly, and shame-free guide, Jessica McCabe, ADHD advocate and creator of the award-winning YouTube channel How to ADHD, shares the hard-won insights and practical strategies that have helped her survive, even thrive, in a world not built for her brain.

An Insider’s Guide to Working with Your Brain (Not Against It)
by Jessica McCabe
Rodale, January 2024

Diagnosed with ADHD at age twelve, Jessica struggled with a brain that she didn’t understand for most of her life. Determined to figure out why she was struggling, Jessica sought out more information about ADHD. She reached out to experts, read articles and peer-reviewed studies, and shared her discoveries in the one place she would find them again—YouTube, where her channel How to ADHD has since earned a devoted following. And in her first book, Jessica reveals the tools that have changed her life while offering an unflinching look at the realities of living with ADHD. She explains how ADHD affects everyday life and shares ADHD-specific strategies for adapting your environment, routines, and systems. With quotes from Jessica’s online community, chapter summaries, and reading shortcuts designed for the neurodivergent reader, HOW TO ADHD will help you recognize your strengths and challenges, tackle “bad brain days,” and be kinder to yourself in the process.

Jessica McCabes is the creator of the popular YouTube channel HOW TO ADHD with videos that teach strategies and offer resources for viewers with ADHD (1.57M subscribers). Jessica has been profiled in The New York Times and has been featured in publications including The Washington Post,, Upworthy, and ADDitude Magazine, among others. She is also known for her popular TEDx Talk, which has garnered more than 6 million views. She is based in Seattle, WA.


From Harvard-trained psychologist Jo-Ann Finkelstein, this powerful guide to understanding and dismantling sexism helps parents figure out how to raise girls in a culture that often demeans them.

Raising Fierce and Empowered Girls in the Modern World
by Jo-Ann Finkelstein
Harmony, September 2024

We live in a world of mixed messages for women: You can be anything you want to be, but don’t expect to be paid equally for it; It’s what is inside that counts, but be sure to wax, bleach, and slim down what’s outside first; You deserve respect and equality, but our laws won’t always protect your rights. Most parents find it easier to tell girls how strong, equal, and powerful they are than to talk about how the world can be particularly difficult or scary for them. But when we don’t address the challenging or disturbing experiences most girls endure, we contribute to the problem.

Jo-Ann Finkelstein has worked with girls for two decades to shake off the toxic messages about beauty, sex, and femininity. She unpacks the universal experiences that girls live with and helps parents safeguard and fine-tune their daughters’ natural “sexism detectors.” SEXISM AND SENSIBILITY is full of concrete solutions for helping girls understand and confront sexism in all its guises.

Jo-Ann Finkelstein, Ph.D., trained as a clinical psychologist at Harvard University and Northwestern University and now maintains a private clinical practice rooted in an understanding of how gender bias, social justice, and mental health intersect. An expert blogger for Psychology Today, her work has been highlighted in The New York Times, The Atlantic, Women’s Health and on HuffPost and CNN. Her writing has appeared in Ms. Magazine, Your Teen Magazine, and Medium, among other publications.