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by Dick Summer58 true life stories about how us Louie Louie Generation folks struggle for a Happy, Healthy And Hot life against the pitiful Pimple People and the Dreary Drones. We don't have those rock hard abs or perky breasts any more, but we have no intention of turning into luke warm slabs of meat.
by Patrice Thomas Conwell
Approaching 30 with no prospective husband in sight, the author wonders is there a "happily ever after" without the knight?
by Ken ElliottThis is your Revolution, Manifesting has been reinvented! On the rarest of occasions, someone will come forward with information that is fundamental to How Things Work. For the first time, someone has come forward with direct experience to explain how your thoughts create reality. This is the breakthrough book that explains the creation of everything around you. Ken describes how thought forms in the field around you and immediately begins to build what your mind is imagining. In Manifesti... more
by Gintare Davainiene
Everyone has dreams, desires, wishes. Few know how to turn those dreams, desires and wishes into reality. Amber Dayva draws on her own life's experiences and recounts her personal journey to success through conscious dreaming as she helps guide you along your own path to realizing your dreams. You will learn how to properly articulate your goals and consciously dream about how to achieve them, how to determine your true desires and how to differentiate them the "desire to desire"... more
by Matt JordanLearn how to unleash your inner power to accomplish any goal or to gain unlimited abundance. Many who have read books on infinite power were disappointed because the promised results were unrealizable. Some books describe infinite power as mystical, like releasing a, “genie from a bottle.” They contend that if you visualize a desire, you can magically attain the wish. While visualization is important, that alone will not work without the critical missing links explained in this book. It is not a... more
by Ray WhiteDon't wait until you reach success to become happier! Most of us are relatively happy, but we are also aware of a deep sense that we could be happier. We believe happiness will come when we reach certain goals in our lives like getting married, buying a new home, getting a raise, a promotion, or a new job. So we forego a little happiness today and this week so we can reach those goals sooner. Our challenge is the days and weeks turn into months and years. The goals we thought would make us happy... more
The Neurotic's Guide to Avoiding Enlightenment: How the Left-Brain Plays Unending Games of Self-Improvementby chris niebauerHas Self-Improvement Helped the Self? More than ever people are on a quest for self-improvement and enlightenment. People are "watching" their egos or losing their egos in order to find peace of mind or to get along better with others. And yet, the more we try to lose our ego, the more of it there is to lose. The more we try to make peace, the more we find conflict. It is exactly what happens when we try not to think of the number 3 and that is all we can think about. Our efforts seem to have... more
by Fred StawitzDon't Run Naked Through The Office reveals the secrets of how to leverage more control in any of the four workplace environments you will encounter on the job. Learn how to: ● Make your manager redundant while increasing your value in the job market. ● Avoid traps set for you by unscrupulous bosses. ● Put your professional career back on track by learning the 4 types of workplace environments and what it takes to operate productively in each. This exciting new book takes you on a jour... more
by Norma Sawyers-KurzTHE GRIEVING PARENT'S BOOK OF HOPE is a comprehensive and compassionate journey down the road of grief toward healing. The book helps take the parent away from the lonely path of lost hope to a life once again filled with meaning and purpose. It is written from the intimate firsthand experience of a mother who has lost her child and holds the reader in a continual warm embrace. Although competent professionals have written many books about the grieving process, this book has been written someone... more
by Victoria Noe“They were killing my friends.” That was how Medal of Honor winner Audie Murphy justified his heroic actions in World War II. As long as there have been wars, men and women in the military have watched their friends die. Experts warn that delaying our grief will complicate our lives. But what about those who have no choice but to delay it until the battle is over? In the fourth book in the Friend Grief series, Friend Grief and The Military: Band of Friends, you’ll meet military and non-com... more
by Victoria Noe“Families only.” Those who were killed on September 11, 2001 left behind more than family members. They left thousands of friends who are often forgotten and ignored: co-workers, first responders, neighbors and survivors who struggle to find a way to grieve the friends killed when the World Trade Center towers fell. In the third book in the Friend Grief series, Friend Grief and 9/11: The Forgotten Mourners, you’ll learn how they adjust to life without their friends and find ways to honor ... more
by Victoria NoeIt’s been likened to a plague, but AIDS was never just a health crisis. The second of a series on grieving the death of a friend, Friend Grief and AIDS: Thirty Years of Burying Our Friends, revisits a time when people with AIDS were also targets of bigotry and discrimination. In stories about Ryan White, ACT UP, the Names Project, red ribbons and more, you’ll learn why friends made all the difference: not just caregiving or memorializing, but changing the way society confronts the medical es... more
by Victoria Noe“It’s not like they’re family.” Sound familiar? If you’re grieving the death of a friend, you’ve probably heard that from people who just don’t get it. And if it made you angry, well, you’re not alone. In the first of a series on grieving the death of a friend, Friend Grief and Anger: When Your Friend Dies and No One Gives A Damn, you’ll meet people who also struggled with anger after their friend died. And they’ll help you answer the question “Okay, I’m angry: now what?”
by Mark SeltmanThis is the e-version of Mark Seltman's paperback, Hand Book. It's in full color and contains many links to other relevant sites. You don't have to be a palmist to see all kinds of important issues such as your relationship, career, and health potentials in your hands. Real Palmistry's mission is to give readers a helping hand, their own.
by Elizabeth Brewer
We all want to feel better. It’s what drives us. We want an easier life or a richer life or a life full of freedom, or love. The problems come when we feel bad about ourselves or about things that have happened to us. Or maybe we just feel bleh about life or trapped by it. But whatever bad things people have done to us or the mistakes we believe we’ve made, the anger and sadness and regret left behind are ours alone to deal with. Railing at the people responsible might feel right,... more
by Mark SeltmanHand Book shifts the paradigm of palmistry as a fortunetelling scam to palmistry as a valid form of self-help. You don't have to be a palmist to see your relationship, career, and health potentials in your hands.