Jennifer takes you through the American Humanist Association definition of Humanism and takes each element and explains why it’s part of the definition, why it’s important and how all the elements work together to create a lived philosophy of life.
This book will provide you with:
● An understanding of the role compassion and dignity play in effective communication
● How to think differently about difficult conversations
● Concrete strategies to use when you find you are not being understood
This is a compilation of 7 of Jennifer Hancock’s books dealing with the subject of conflict management from a humanistic perspective. These books are companions to online courses offered at Humanist Learning Systems and contain the transcripts of those programs for easy home reference.
This book is designed to help parents vaccinate their kids against bullies and other obnoxious petty people. By preparing for them in advance you can effectively inoculate yourself against the worst of their behavior. It’s based on behavioral conditioning techniques and will help you learn what exactly has to happen to make a bully stop.
Non-religious individuals who are experiencing grief need a resource that they can turn to as they process their grief. They need a resource that will help them cope, as Humanists, with the emotional trauma that is the grieving process. This is that book.
This is a book that basically says – here are personal ethics, here is why they are important, and here is how you can apply them to your daily life and why doing so will help you live a happier more productive life. Great for parents to use to help talk to their kids about why ethics are important and how to integrate ethics into their decision making.
Jennifer Hancock’s book – The Humanist Approach to Happiness – has been translated into the following languages. Spanish, Italian and Swahili
This book discusses how Humanists approach the important business of living a life that is fully realized and understanding what success really means. It is designed to help you think more explicitly about how to live your values fully, using critical thinking to improve your odds of success and to remove the fears that overwhelm you.
Gleb Tsipursky’s new workbook, “Find Your Purpose Using Science” is a nice addition to your science based self help library. It is filled with thought provoking exercises as well information on what research has shown works to provide meaning and purpose to people’s lives.
In this book, we will discuss the research on generational differences and consider how we might use the knowledge to create more effective communication strategies. At the core of this approach is a humanistic respect for the dignity and worth of each human in your company.
This streaming video on applied humanism discusses a humanistic approach to the important business of living a life that is fully realized, to help you not only understand what success really means but how to achieve it. Learn how to stay focused and not give up when you hit a roadblock on your road to success! Taught by Jennifer Hancock, founder of Humanist Learning Systems.
Excellent book – must read for Humanist parents. Talks about raising children and lessons learned.
This is a great book. Even though it is geared towards non-religious parents, it still lays out the principles of Humanist parenting quite well and can provide you with helpful ideas on how to provide for the needs of your increasingly independant child.
Excellent book for learning specific ways you can encouraging thinking in your child. Very comprehensive to just about any situation you will find yourself in. I highly recommend this book.