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by Jason EliasThe Seven Graces of Ageless Aging synthesizes and simplifies the components of conscious aging into a primer for individuals who are concerned about their own aging process and for those caring for the elderly who seek an enlightened understanding of how all of us may approach aging more consciously and gracefully. In short, these Seven Graces can serve as stepping-stones toward attaining emotional or spiritual wholeness as we age. "The Seven Graces of Ageless Aging will uplift and inspire al... more
by JR WeaverAddiction is perhaps the biggest type of self-harm after a suicide that one can inflict upon themselves. It is a deceptive enemy that lures you with a false sense of comfort and purpose and slowly fades away the light and essence of life in a person. Substance addiction is one of the most traumatizing and widely spread issues in modern society and it keeps getting worse. In these torrid times, we need more education and expert opinion on how to avoid and beat addiction. Even more importantly... more
by Kevin ColwellAs well-meaning as friends and family try to be, they may suggest non-helpful words of wisdom about closure and moving on. When what you really may need is information on the more pragmatic side of divorce. Such as: “How does my divorce impact my credit score?” “My spouse and I shared internet accounts—how do we split those up?” and so forth. These are little discussed issues, but they can have a dramatic effect on your post-divorce life. That’s why, in this book, we will give you the insight... more
by Prometheus WorleyWisdom From The World's Greatest Gurus: Imagine Transforming Your Life, One Thought At A Time is a beautifully full-colored concise self-help compendium of the thoughts, quotes, aphorisms, and sagely musings of just a few of the world's most popular contemporary wise Gurus. The first of its kind, sure to become one of the best books to read this year as well as a #1 best Road Trip book to read while traveling, this eye-catching, thought-provoking text combines the powerful wisdom of several of t... more
by James FrankA must read for every family! My book helps explain the many stages, experiences, loss, strength, overcoming, and moving forward after losing our son to suicide. Through my personal day to day life, I have tried to help myself and others move forward and ease the pain of losing a loved one to suicide. I only hope after reading this book, you will have a deeper understanding of suicide and the ripple affect it has on survivors. You will find answers to questions and the feelings you are and will ... more
by Coonoor BehalA collection of stories from real people and how they summoned the courage to quit things in their lives. Quitting carries a lot of stigma and shame in society, with connotations of “failure” or “not being able to stick it out” prevailing. Sayings such as “Quitters never win” have tricked us into believing that maintaining the status quo is always the “right” thing to do…or is the less risky choice. In fact, in life it’s a risk if you do AND it’s a risk if you don’t. Quitting is a choice…but ... more
by Walter Perdigao
Are you living your dream life? CBAR is a handbook for people looking to imagine and fulfill their life dreams. Learn and understand...
- Your life purpose
- The power of your mind, paradigms & the ego
- The seven universal laws including the Law of Attraction
- The four steps to manifest anything into your life
- The true secret to happiness, life balance and real wealth
- The process of core value & goal setting
- How to create your own Vis... more
by Jared SeideCompassion is sometimes confused with empathy, or even sympathy. It is neither, though it includes some aspects of both. Compassion begins when we allow ourselves to really hear and attune to suffering, that of others, as well as ourselves. And hearing and perceiving this anguish, we are moved to do something about it. What takes compassion beyond sympathy or empathy is that it includes action, action that is considered, skillful and beneficial. Council is a foundational practice that builds ... more
by Kim MalajDo you ever state the following: "I wish I could ask ____ but they're gone." Capture an old untold story of a loved one, neighbor, stranger, or write your own story. The Old Untold is an outlined journal with 101 personal questions including extra lined pages. A great record to keep for caregivers, family, friends, and for the next generation.
by Michael D. McGee, M.D.Heal the Hurt gives guidance for healing from the trauma, hurts and heartbreaks of life. Dr. McGee lays out a simple but profound three-step practice for navigating life’s hurts and hardships, along with twenty concise and practical lessons for healing emotional pain and minimizing future pain. Heal the Hurt will not only ease your pain, it will help you embrace and process your pain in ways that will make you stronger and wiser because of your pain.
by Maggie PandolfiAre you ready to journey through the deepest and darkest places within, and survive the shadowy passages that lead to personal and emotional empowerment and freedom? It is not a trek for the faint-hearted. It is a pilgrimage through Hell to reunite with our wholeness of who we are, our stories, our self-destructive habits, our greatest fears, and our many selves. We setoff to ultimately meet our greatest Demon, one layer at a time. We have no other choice, because for those of us that have come ... more
by Mary Ann V. Mercer, Psy.D.
“Bouncing Back from Difficult Times” teaches you about your patterns of thoughts, emotions and reactions that stop you from effectively handling life difficulties and problems. You will learn valuable characteristics of resilient and optimistic people – plus how they superbly handle life challenges and problems.
Difficult times and crises force us to look at our l... more
by NATHAN JOHNDecision Point is an exciting new approach to personal development and motivation. With a saturated generalist market for personal development, self-help and motivation decision point focuses the wide and general narrative to a single point, the point in which a person makes a decision to make a change, and what to do immediately after. Decision Point shows it's reader how to introduce small disciplines into their lives as part of a wider plan to that personal success is ensured. The author uses... more
by K R V HariThe book “Searching for Self – In Pursuit of Inner Peace” explores our ideas of self, repeatedly revealing "who we are not" to gently bring us into peace without attempting to alter our external conditions. The book converses intimately with the reader in the form of self-talk which resonates with the way all of us make sense of the world today. Thus, our profound and highly personal endeavor into our inner depths is facilitated by a book filled with mere words. Human beings today are facing ext... more
by Tony Jeton Selimi
"A life manual that gives you valuable insights into the science of changing your mindset that will transform your existence." Marie Diamond, a star from The Secret
The Unfakeable Code® is much more than a simple self-help guide that eloquently explains how perception is merely the tip of the iceberg in how we experience life and its nature. He guides readers through a five-step method to dissolve the detrimental beliefs, energies, skewed perceptions, and habits gathered t... more
by Wade McjacobsBe in control of your reading. With the Read Through It Strategy, you will be empowered to make decisions while you read. You will gain confidence as you decide how much you learn from any given passage. There are no tests of comprehension or word pronunciation. Essentially, you are on a diet of reading whatever it is you would like to read. You are also free to change it if you are not having fun. You are in control! When 16-year-old student, Karen, read the word "little" as "small," she had... more