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Although I write both fiction and non-fiction, the books I’ve published so far are non-fiction. They’re about:
- Dating and Relationships
- Male-female brain differentiation, fetal brain development, and the biological science behind gender identity and sexual orientation (maleness vs femaleness)
- Losing my job, my relationship, use of a shoulder, my apartment, and much of my stuff, and moving off-the-grid to create a primitive, close-to-nature sanctuary where I could heal and put my life back together.
Currently free to read with Kindle Unlimited. To view on Amazon, please click the title in the caption below the cover image in the gallery. For additional information about each title, scroll further.
What makes us who we are?
Explore the most recent research on genetics and male – female brain differences.
Genetic sex has more possible configurations than the binary two that you’ve been taught.
Understand the brain differences between women and men, as well as the divergent paths that can be taken on the not-really-binary road to sex and gender identification.
Multiple possible configurations of sex chromosomes combined with female-male brain differentiation and fetal exposure to hormones or chemicals create a much more complex path to biological sex and gender than you’ve been taught. Pick up your copy of Not A Choice !
Worldwide, about as many people are intersex as are born having naturally red hair. If you are interested in further information about the genetics and brain differentiation of female versus male individuals, or the science of being lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender/transsexual, queer/questioning, or intersex (LGBTQI+), you may read a bit more here or contact us:
What makes a healthy relationship?
- What does a healthy relationship look like?
- What are the ingredients of meaningful human connections?
- What should you look for in a compatible partner?
- Is this first date worthy of a second?
From respect to acceptance, communication to negotiation, sharing priorities and goals, and more, here’s a concise guide packed with qualities to consider…
- in a marriage
- on that first date
- getting to know a boyfriend or girlfriend
- in your long-term relationship
- in choosing your spouse
- in any relationship!
…and that you can comfortably read in less than 2 hours. Let’s get started!
You’ve lost your job, your relationship, your home, and your shoulder doesn’t work…now what?
How do you bounce back when your life falls apart? Where do you go to recuperate? What do you do to heal? You can’t afford a move to Tuscany. A Spiritual Journey to Tibet is out of the question. Where do you go to awaken your True Soul, find relief from mental or physical pain, make sense of chaos, find the good in people, and just get by from day-to-day?
In this combination journal of self-discovery, manual of self-reliance, and essay on the natural world, PJ Paulson proclaims her independence and individualism in a manner reminiscent of Thoreau’s experiment in social retreat at Walden Pond. Move the Massachusetts protagonist up a century-and-a-half and two-thirds of the way across the country, add some adversity to be overcome, keep the primitive life in harmony with nature that they share, and you have the gist of Summer of the Phoenix.
How do you rise from the ashes of your previous life? What was the secret ingredient that grounded the author and helped her discover a fresh outlook? The author found a central theme that helped restore her when her old life fell apart. It can work for you, too. Check it out!
Unexpected unemployment, lost romance, a quirky painful medical condition, and repeated burglaries prompted an unconventional choice by the author to forego her city apartment, and embrace a simple, stripped-down, country life absent amenities such as plumbing, electricity, and central heat. Calling upon her pioneering spirit, she drew both serenity and strength from Mother Nature to savor life off the grid. During her retreat, she created a sanctuary in which she contemplated her own philosophies and life direction, ultimately transforming her outlook in the face of what appeared to have become a world gone mad.