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by BRENDA T UNGERLANDPost-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
by Sam StarnsElopement 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
by Nancy WagamanTransform 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.
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
by Donna GulliksonAre 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
by Terrie Davoll HudsonMany 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
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
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.
by Susan HoffmanWhat 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
by Dr. CastleToday it seems that almost everyone has a view on what it means to be an "incel" and why these sexless men behave the way they do. The irony is that very little of this debate is informed sincerely with scientific data or by what these men have to say. This engaging book takes an in-depth look at three contemporary issues – lookism, romantic satisfaction, and modern dating – by exploring how incel men experience them in a variety of circumstances. As the very first published approach to inceldom... more
by LaRae QuyA former FBI counter-espionage agent offers field-tested methods for readers to develop mental toughness. She provides a curated package of tools and techniques to help them realize they are capable of far more than they believe to be possible. In this revised and updated edition of Secrets of a Strong Mind, LaRae Quy combines FBI training with no-nonsense real-talk on how you can develop your maximum potential.
by Camille Virginia
Why settle for being swiped-over, when you can attract your perfect partner in the real world?
Dating apps were supposed to be a fun new way to meet your future partner - but for many singles, they've morphed into a digital dystopia of lies, harassment, and few (if any) quality connections.
Stop competing against thousands online and start enjoying endless untapped opportunities to attract your match in the real world - from the ai... more
by Edward M. KopkoEveryone wants to live a fulfilling life. According to our research, 89.5% of people have set Bold Goals for that purpose, but the secret to reaching them lies in how we identify, set, and achieve Bold Goals to actually enrich one’s life. That’s the premise of PROJECT BOLD LIFE, which blends inspiring stories and insightful research with invaluable tools like worksheets to identify goals and the Project Bold Life Formula. From the troubled youth who grew up to be a superstar, to the woman det... more
by Cynthia Ann Drew BarnesTired of living your life by the rules you didn’t make, based on how people you’ve never met say you should live your life, or by standards someone else has set? In The Woo-Woo Sisters’ Wee Book of Wisdom: Just Some Little Life Essentials I Wish I Had Known When, Cynthia Drew Barnes, PhD, writes heartfelt messages to you: about who you really are and can become, about the life you were meant to live, about the men you love or hope to love, and about why you’re really here on planet earth. Woo-wo... more
by Thabitha MathabathaFofo, a brave, little African girl, lives with her brothers and her strict aunt in the jungle. Fofo is tired of following her brothers around, and one day she decides to venture off by herself to swim in the natural pool at the foot of the mountain. As Fofo enjoys the refreshing spring water, she doesn?t realize she?s in danger. And then, on the bank, she hears the cry of an animal. She saves a baby lion being born, names him Angel, and carries the cub home. However, Fofo must give up the animal... more
by Lawrence WeinsteinWhy settle for a normal grammar book when you could be learning grammar and becoming your best self at the same time? The subtitle of Grammar for a Full Life gets to the heart of the book: How the Ways We Shape a Sentence Can Limit or Enlarge Us. Grammar for a Full Life homes in on some thirty-five elements of English syntax and punctuation. For each element, the book shows how using it in certain ways can be a key to one’s developing an attribute worth having in life, such as assertiv... more