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Self-Help & Relationships

  • Dare to Decide: Discovering Peace, Clarity and Courage at Life's Crossroads

    by Emily Grabatin

    Knowing we're created for more than the life we're living doesn't necessarily mean we know what we want or how to get there. You probably feel paralyzed from fear of the unknown, being misunderstood, making the wrong decisions. These thoughts and actions have caused you to overthink decisions or avoid stepping into the new adventure you long for. Author Emily Grabatin offers a gentle, affirming approach for cautious dreamers who freeze under the anticipation of maki... more

  • The 4 Foundations of Love

    by Mor Cohen

    What makes a couple stay together and feel they have found the One? What makes a random encounter exceptional? How can you know if you have chosen the right person? And how can you avoid wasting precious time?


    The guide “The 4 Foundations of Love” is based on a fascinating study, in which a great number of successful couples were interviewed for one purpose: to capture the essence of their unique relationship.What makes them keep loving their pa... more

  • Dear Future Lawyer: An Intimate Survival Guide For The Minority Female Law Student

    by Neena Speer
    The road to becoming a lawyer is hella difficult, especially for minority women. So I recorded my raw, authentic experiences as well as provided you with tools that you can apply to your law school and life journey. I know what it feels like to be uncomfortable asking for help when you really need it. Especially when you are the only one in your family that decided to pursue a career in law. I know what it feels like to not want to raise your hand in class when you are confused for fear of lo... more
  • The Blind Blogger’s First Speaking and Signing Adventures: How You Can Conquer Your Fears

    by Maxwell Ivey Jr., Blind Author
    Close your eyes and imagine yourself taking a trip alone, on a tiny budget. Now, imagine taking that same trip without having sight. Meet Max—a fearless, witty, inspiring individual who thinks nothing of traveling across the country by himself. On a limited budget, while missing trains, dealing with luggage and mobility issues, and facing unexpected circumstances, Max was determined to promote his books and become a motivational speaker. In this second book in his travel series, Max shares... more
  • The Blind Bloggers's NYC Adventures

    by Maxwell Ivey, Jr

    This is the true story of Maxwell Ivey and his adventures in New York City. It contains many life lessons and explains how you can make your dreams come true, using the keys to success Max regularly uses to attain his own goals and make his dreams a reality.

    Max is a blind entrepreneur, blogger, author, and podcaster. He won Amtrak's 2016 prestigious Writers in Residency Award, which included a trip to any city in the USA. He chose to travel to NYC... alone! He chronicled each of hi... more

  • Is Cenforce for ED Safe?

    by olivia olivia

    They will do anything expel from seeing their doctor for an Erectile Dysfunction solution. Regardless, a few people who need to settle their room issues have swung to purchasing this solution on the web. In any case, recall that specialists have seen everything. It's unlawful to purchase Cenforce 150, paying little respect to whether it's far off or not. It is unlawful to purchase specialist recommended drugs without a specialist's fix. More moderate knock-off varieties of checked... more

  • 124 Days of Hope and Healing

    by Tereasa Chatham
    This book is aimed at giving people HOPE, even in the most challenging of circumstances. YOU NEED BALANCE!
  • Post-Traumatic Growth

    Post-Traumatic Growth is a practical blueprint for optimal living, providing a clear stage-by-stage roadmap from crisis to flourishing in 7 steps, focusing on our innately human capacity for developmental growth in the face of adversity. Offers a fresh perspective, tracking the inner life of everyday individuals who experienced significant breakthroughs and managed to personally evolve in response to crisis, loss, and trauma. Evidence-based, solutions-oriented strategies with insights, questions... more
  • Elope Your Life: A Guide to living Authentically and Unapologetically, Starting with “I Do”

    by Sam Starns
    Elopement is not a rushed ending to your love story. It’s the beginning of the greatest adventure of your life. Sam Starns knows this first hand. After regretting her own traditional wedding ceremony and reception, she decided to dedicate her photography business to engaged couples who take the leap and embark on the brave and bold decision to elope. With Elope Your Life, Starns not only provides insight as an industry insider on the benefits of elopement, but how going against societal norms... more
  • Soul in the Storm

    by Nancy Wagaman
    Transform the way you relate to stress. This practical stress management guide shows how to neutralize stress triggers, shift into the peace of soul at any moment, and remove obstacles to your experience of inner peace.
  • OBSERVE to UNMASK: 100 Small Things to Know People Better

    by Pushpendra Mehta

    Stacey Chillemi, Writer, Huffington Post and Thrive Global says, "Pushpendra Mehta has written a must-read book for anyone on a quest to understand people better, including themselves, and benefit from these insights for a happier and more fulfilling life…Read this book - and learn from one of the best."

    In 2019, I answered a question-"What small thing can tell you a lot about a person?"-that was posted on Quora, a popular questi... more

  • Dust Yourself Off

    by Donna Gullikson
    Are you experiencing sadness? Do you need someone to talk to? Are you struggling trying to handle your teenagers drug abuse alone? What about worrying about your health? Life gives us difficulties we don’t ask for but it’s up to us to solve them. Life gives us a job and takes it away, there’s money issues, divorce, marriage, birth of a baby, drug abuse and then there’s the big one - death. I wrote this book of poetry using my life experiences. I’ve experienced each of these issues and just writi... more
  • Leave A Legacy That Counts

    by Terrie Davoll Hudson
    Many of us search for purpose in life or ponder what effect we will have on others. Leave a Legacy that Counts, sets you on the path to discovering and owning that purpose. Sharing her own personal anecdotes and legacies of others, Terrie Hudson dives into these thought-provoking questions. This book is the perfect catalyst to arm yourself with the confidence to embrace your values and build your own legacy. Leave a Legacy that Counts will also help you to: 1. Examine the legacies left to... more
  • If You Want What We Have: A Journey Through the Twelve Steps of Recovery

    by Dr. Rev. Kevin T. Coughlin Ph.D.

    If You Want What We Have; A Journey Through the Twelve Steps of Recovery is a must-have for anyone suffering from addiction, working with someone recovering from addiction, professionals in the addiction recovery industry, and family members of those who suffer from addiction. This amazing workbook and manual will also aid those looking for spirituality and understanding of what spirituality really is, for individuals who are searching for meaning in their lives and ... more

  • On With the Butter!

    by Heidi Herman

    Carry on, keep doing what you’re doing, forge ahead, and keep moving. Icelanders have a saying for it: Áfram með Smjörið – on with the butter!

    If you’re looking for new ways to add zest to your life or have free time in retirement, this book offers a wide variety of activities and challenges, along with inspiring and heartwarming stories. Discover ways to explore, play, take, chances, try new things, make a difference, and have more fun in life.

  • Grand Distance

    by Susan Hoffman
    What happens when the grandparent-grandchild relationship is interrupted as a result of unreasonably denied visitation? It’s a losing situation for everyone involved, and while children have no voice and no choice, it’s the grandparents who do. Faced with a stay away letter from the parents, an act protected by California law, Susan Hoffman sought an alternative course of action to share in her grandson’s life, leading her to become an “undercover grandma.” Susan then successfully took on the... more