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  • Never Enough: A Recovery Workbook

    by Nina Bingham
    Looking for answers without having to go to counseling? The Never Enough workbook is a new approach to recovery! More than just convenient and affordable, it's the therapeutic answer for the busy self-helper. NEVER ENOUGH: A Recovery Workbook will uncover the roots of addictive behaviors, obsessive thinking, and eating disorders. This work-at-your-own pace program provides state-of-the-art, research-proven methods of controlling worry, and correcting compulsive thinking. This workbook will ena... more
  • Pinstripe Suits to Prison Blues

    by Michael R Holley

    The story of an entrepreneur from humble begingings as a deck hand on a fishing boat, to ship’s captain, to car salesman, to car dealer that would ultimately make impossible deals, built a small business empire and becoming one of the largest Chevrolet dealers in the United States, just to see it crumble in 2008. Sent to prison for money he did not steal, but having made bad business decisions that lead to his incarceration. The untold inside story of state prison life from a white... more

  • Faith Steps for Military Families: Spiritual Readiness Through the Psalms of Ascent

    by Lisa Nixon Phillips
    Faith Steps for Military Families - Spiritual Readiness Through the Psalms of Ascent explores the fifteen themes found in Psalms 120-134. Each psalm reveals a theme, common to the military lifestyle, depicted through vivid and rich metaphors. Themes include: discovering a deeper understanding of God's nature as Protector, Keeper, and the Night Watchman, how unity builds resiliency and cohesiveness in the military family, trust in God during times of the unknown, hope for when life as a military ... more
  • The Bonobo Way

    by Susan Block
    In this unique and paradigm-changing book, internationally acclaimed and controversial sex educator Dr. Susan Block offers a brilliant new view of human sexuality, war, peace and community, inspired by a role model who isn't even human: our closest genetic cousin, the bonobo. With a provocative, humorous and engaging style that makes science fun and ecology erotic, The Bonobo Way boldly asks: What do these great apes know about sex -- and the rest of life -- that we don't? Here are some... more
  • Survivor

    by Angela Caito
    When one enters a relationship seldom do they think that something brutal could result from what should be love and happiness. This is the tale of one woman's journey through a nightmare that followed her for many years.
  • Navigating Life: 8 Different Strategies to Guide Your Way

    by Rachel S. Heslin

    Are you tired of feeling pulled in so many directions that you don't know which way to go? You know you are here on this planet to have an impact, but there seem to be so many possibilities and opportunities (and responsibilities and obligations!) -- how can you be sure that you’re headed in the right direction?

    Fortunately, there are skills you can develop to learn which choices move you in the direction of your dreams -- and which just keep you spinning.

    Navigating... more

  • The Map of Your Life

    by Rachel S. Heslin
    Have you ever noticed that different people can have almost exactly the same thing happen to them, yet they respond in very different ways? Why is this? And, more importantly, how can we change our perspectives so that we, too, can see the opportunities that surround us?
  • Still Holding Hands

    by Ed and Fran Cohen
    Still Holding Hands reveals how it is possible to continue to like, enjoy and take care of each other's needs. It is an entertaining read, helpful without being preachy. This gift guide offers advice and smiles from over 50 years experience of companionship, marriage and love.
  • Actually, There is Something Under The Bed: A Parent's Guide to Empowering Their Child in the Dark

    by Michelle Cohen

    Is your child afraid of the dark? Are you? For millions of people, turning off the lights can be one of the scariest moments of their day. So, imagine being able to banish these fears for good.

  • Transitions: Stories of How to Help Mom and Dad with Their Stuff

    by Jean Long Manteufel
    Fifty stories to help with the challenges faced by seniors as they transition from the big family home they've been in for decades.
  • HO'OPONOPONO SECRETS: Four Phrases to Change the World One Love to Bind Them

    by Paul Jackson
    HO'OPONOPONO FOR BEGINNERS- A Complete Practical Guide To Succesful Ho'oponopono Practice: Everything you need to know about the Spiritual practice that is sweeping the globe & changing the lives of all it touches; INCLUDES- -Beginners Guide to Ho'oponopono -Ho'oponopono Origins & History -Ho'oponopono Philosophy -How & Why It Works -Simple Step by Step Instructions -Practical Tips for Success Through Ho'oponopono -Sample Mantras EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO BEGIN PRACTIS... more
  • The Enlightened Caregiver: A Holistic Care Guide for You and Your Loved One

    by Tanna Marshall
    Life coach and holistic health practitioner, Tanna Marshall is pleased to announce the release of her new book, The Enlightened Caregiver: A Holistic Care Guide for You and Your Loved One. For help and support in the often confusing and overwhelming role of caregiving, there is now a compassionate holistic guide for families and their loved ones.

    Published by Balboa Press, a division of Hay House, 30% of the author’s profits will be donated to Beauty Bus - A foundation that delivers digni... more

  • My Kinky Life

    by Lisa Thomas
  • Heal Yourself

    by Max Corradi
    Heal Yourself includes two different healing approaches using the subconscious mind and natural medicine. Part One offers a complete list of healing methods using the most powerful of all human resources, the subconscious mind. You will learn how powerful the mind is in every process of healing and you will learn how to work with those natural and fundamental laws of mind and nature like the Law of Cause and Effect and the Law of Vibration. Through these simple but effective methods you will be ... more
  • OBAMA, President & Kahuna? About A Man Making Music That Wasn´t There Before

    by Erich J. Kreutzer
    This book is no political book. It explains in its first part the ancient Polynesian traditions of Huna and its Seven Principles, Ho´oponopono, Ohana, Talk-Story and Dragon-Dreaming and shows how to use them in our modern times. In its second part it raises the question if President Obama, can be seen as a Kahuna, an expert in his field. Not only because of his Hawaiian descent, but also because of using – consciously or unconsciously - many elements of the Polynesian traditions in his speeches ... more
  • Clash of the Couples: A Humorous Collection of Completely Absurd Lovers' Squabbles and Relationship Spats

    by Crystal Ponti
    Coupledom. Fact or fable, Adam and Eve birthed the perpetual relationship drama as seen on TV today. Despite the serpents, this couple HAD IT MADE. Luxury real estate, lush gardens, and privacy out the yin-yang. Life was glorious until the bare-bottomed babe could no longer resist temptation. Despite her better half’s warnings and threats to sleep in a tree, she tasted the forbidden fruit. One bite of that seductive, juicy contraband, and the stage was set for eternity—a nibble that has blossome... more