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by R. J. ColeOur dreams provide a myriad of mysterious and confusing images—some from our personal experiences and some from the depths of the human archetype—but what do they mean, and how can we use them in everyday life? Morpheus Speaks is a compendium of more than five thousand dream images pulled from the dreams of more than three thousand dreamers. Ideas on how to remember dreams, interpret them, and apply them to daily life are provided. Because some dreams seem to advocate for deeper levels of under... more
by Fresh Pages Media and AdvertisingGeorge Hunt spent more than fifty years as a community planner and landscape architect. This included hands-on work in impoverished and low-income areas which helped him understand the dynamics that hold us back from achieving self-sufficiency. In this book, he outlines a sustainable community project that seeks to solve social problems that most community planners overlook. The pilot project includes numerous ways to make communities self-sufficient, and while it's geared for those in middle- a... more
by Sarah ArmstrongThe Mom's Guide to a Good Divorce offers bite-size pieces of advice on how to have a "good" divorce in order to minimize the otherwise negative impact that bitter divorces have on children. The book begins with "Preparing for the Change", then offers pragmatic advice for handling the divorce "During the Change", and then "Post the Change for Your Children", and "Post the Change for You." Written by one Mom to another, the book provides a soothing tone and includes plenty of white space for r... more
by Jennifer LynchSober-Worth shows a clear path to choosing an alcohol-free lifestyle by understanding brain functions, getting real about our relationships with emotions, and building self-esteem to create bulletproof self-worth. In this book I share the ups and downs of my own journey through twenty years of Gray Area Drinking as well as every step I took to finally become clear-headed, happy, and able to make positive healthy decisions for myself. I have a straightforward, no-nonsense approach that challenges... more
by Denise Bossarte
Thriving After Sexual Abuse is an eloquent and empathetic self-development book laying out a blueprint for survivors to heal themselves. Denise Bossarte writes with fierce candor as she shares her own traumatic experience with childhood sexual abuse. Thriving provides tips and suggestions for readers to seek help, self-reflect, and pursue healing through a range of activities and practices and offers tangible strategies for readers to reclaim their lives and move forward to a li... more
by Beth FitzgeraldIn The Wake Up Call, Beth Fitzgerald provides the reader with a year's worth of inspiring and thought-provoking teachings that will challenge our perspectives and prepare us for the day and the year ahead. Built on Beth's trademark entertaining and witty storytelling and unique and straightforward approach to helping us see things in a new way, The Wake Up Call takes us through an entire calendar year of teachings on how we can confidently step forward in every aspect of our lives. Thes... more
by Heidi SchausterNourish: How to Heal Your Relationship with Food, Body, and Self is ideal for anyone who feels they have a challenging relationship with food, whether they are working through recovery from an eating disorder or just don’t feel as good about their body and eating as they would like to. Heidi Schauster writes as a professional in the eating disorders field for more than two decades, as well as a person who has lived experience in recovery. Heidi urges readers to incorporate self-love, self-care... more
by Madonna TreadwayThere is magic to this life. Six Healing Questions: A Gentle Path to Healing Childhood Loss of a Parent is for anyone facing a well of grief. Written for adults who have lost a parent or parents at an early age, Madonna shares her own story of loss, asks gentle questions, provides tangible tools, and easy-to-understand research.Discover:• your hidden strength• your unique gifts• your path to wholeness.Six Healing Questions is about accepting your story and embracing hope. Grief is a journey, and... more
by J. K. JonesJones’s Educators’ Blueprint guides teachers through the joys and challenges of teaching and working with students. This revelatory work has the potential to dispel flawed educational practices, enlighten educators’ thoughts, ideas, and approach to teaching, and make a powerful difference in the lives of students.
by Joy Don & Terri Baker & GoodmanAuthoring a book or article with a writing partner can take the sting and isolation out of a solo writing project. Working with someone who has knowledge and skills that complement your own can make the task of writing easier and the finished work more comprehensive and robust. Partners motivate one another to stay on track and to produce their best work. The A, B, & Cs of Author Partnering and the workbook in the back will guide you through the process of creating a partnership, establishing... more
by Rita Louise, PhDWhen people enter into a new relationship, they do not go looking for the rotten apple at the bottom of the barrel. However, countless individuals repeatedly find themselves in these hurtful situations and do not understand why. A recent Facebook survey of people who self-identify as being empathic revealed a startling insight. Over 80% of the 1,300 respondents disclosed they had suffered from some form of abuse or neglect during their childhood. Organizations, such as the American Psychiatri... more
by Neel Burton
Sharpen your mind, reframe your perspectives, and unleash your full human potential
RD Laing presented madness as a voyage of discovery that could open out onto a free state of higher consciousness, or hypersanity. But if there is such a thing as hypersanity, then mere sanity is not all it’s cracked up to be, a state of dormancy and dullness with less vital potential even than madness. We could all go mad, in a way we already are, minus the promise. But what if th... more
by Kathleen WaddingtonIt is a self help book written with the intention of supporting and inspiring single parent families.
by Eileen NaumanWouldn’t you like to connect with the Earth where you live? The invisible realm of energy affects us every day in many different ways: physically, emotionally, mentally as well as spiritually.Walking the Land can help you locate, get in touch with and understand better what we may not see around you and how these local energies affect your everyday life:Learn how to use a pendulum to locate and interpret the energies in and around your home or work.As a major component of the human body, underst... more
by Nathanael Garrett Novosel“What is the meaning of life?” Throughout history, people have spent much of their lives trying to explain how the world works and why. Initially, they seek to live better lives and thrive. Ultimately, they seek to find purpose and significance in their existence. Experience the scientific and philosophical journey billions of years in the making to answer the question that all living beings capable of rational thought will ask themselves: why are we here? Over the course of that journey, you w... more
NIGHTLIGHT: A Caregiver's Guide to the Physical, Psychological, Emotional, Social and Spiritual Care of the Dyingby Jer McGee
Jer McGee wrote NIGHTLIGHT Caregiving Guide for two reasons: to inspire readers to believe that they can take on the hard, but spiritually rewarding task of guiding terminally ill loved ones to a peaceful death and to share the insights that the author and her father gained during their three-year journey shadowed by his cancer.