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by Linda BuscemiHave you been in a relationship that ended, but you weren't sure what went wrong? Do you feel there are parts of yourself that you need to hide from others? Enter Innatious-a new psychological tool conceived by Dr. Linda Buscemi that will not only help you understand the truth behind why you think, behave, and choose the things you do, but also offer you a blueprint for making real change in your life. In Innatious: An Innovative Tool to Strengthen Your Emotional IQ and Improve the Quality of An... more
by Michelle Rayburn
Classic Marriage is a fun-filled marriage book with practical tips and tools for communication and a long-term commitment. As the odometer climbs, everyday challenges have probably affected communication, romantic feelings, and even commitment. Michelle and Phil have been there, and they want to help you experience wedded bliss well into the golden years.
In this book, you’ll find:
- Biblical, faith-based resources from 30-year marriage veterans.
- Honesty and humor... more
Life In Full Colors: Unlock Your Childlike Curiosity to Uncover and Activate the Creative Intelligence You Areby Corry MacDonald
Isn't it incredible what upcycle artists can do with discarded and broken materials? Picking up seemingly worthless pieces to transform them into something wonderful.
Did you know you have the innate ability to do this with your life?
Life In Full Colors presents a unique seven-step creative process for reframing your perceived “problems” in order to access the myriad potentials you hold, revealing how you can create your own lin... more
by Chris DrnasoCancer Babble is a book I never thought I’d write, but as the saying goes, ‘…and yet here we are’. Diagnosis, biopsies, doctors, treatment, caregivers, support, hair, chemo- brain, and a whole chapter dedicated to stupid things people say to cancer patients. This book has it all! Before you say, “Oh crap, this guy’s writing another ‘poor me, I got cancer’, book,” I promise you that if you catch me in any moments of self-pity you have my permission to toilet paper the trees in front of my ... more
by Elena JosayaFilled with meaningful quotes, actionable tips, and reflective questions, this book is the perfect balance of inspiring and practical. Big change happens through simple steps, and this book is all about building a new approach to your everyday actions and routines. With My Little Book of Happy: 50 Tips for Finding Yours, you'll feel more empowered to: reconnect with your purpose and motivation, reach your full potential, make a difference in the world, and inspire people around you.
by Carolyn CJ Jones
Forgiveness is an art form. Once you practice this art and the methods described in this book, a world of peace opens to you. What you begin to feel inside is reflected on the outside. In other words, your life around you mirrors your inner peace. As you read this heart-warming and inspirational tale about the author's journey to wholeness, you access gratitude, compassion, and forgiveness and practice these frequently. The results are a life lived in deep peace, freedom, gratitude and po... more
by Sofia Santiago, PhD; Margarita Sarmiento; Chrystina Katz; Charlotte Canion
Would you like to know how to. . .
- Quit struggling with life’s dilemmas that have you ending up making bad choices
- Start creating more opportunities in your life simply by learning to use a language of abundance
- Stop placing your dreams on hold because you never have enough time to pursue them
- Defeat procrastination once and for all and regain more needed time and energy
- Confidently make changes to create a more fulfilling, worthwhile journey... more
by Dayna ReedCountless moms wrestle with mommy guilt - those mental attacks that call into question the adequacy of their parenting ability - from subtle intimations to being regularly riddled with guilt. Where do these nagging thoughts originate, and why do moms so easily and often buy into the exaggerated accusations? In Guilt-Free Mommy, Dayna, mother of two, draws from her own journey of being guilt-ridden to becoming guilt-free by sharing: *What is mommy guilt? *Mommy guilt's origin and ways we p... more
by Armando S GarciaCan you really find peace of mind in this fast paced, distracting world? Absolutely, because what troubles the mind is not the outside world, but the mind itself. It is the mental grasping of what you want and rejecting what you don't want, especially the rejecting, which causes psychological stress and distress. Heedlessly we chase our hopes and dreams trying to figure out what makes us happy, often seeking distractions to avoid facing what is really troubling us, all the while undermining the ... more
by Kenneth Connelly
The Forgotten Option is about marriage and how to stay in it.
Today most married couples see their options as being either married or divorced with no in between. However marriage is more than just being about ourselves; there are so many others that we may not see that depend on us and our spouse sticking it out together. It is for this reason that Ken looks at what is The Forgotten Option of how to stay together when your marriage is in trouble, or even whe... more
by Kenneth MacfarlaneKenneth A. Macfarlane’s essays, which are compiled in The Algorithm of Consciousness, lead the reader through the massive complexities of this matrix we call life and how the reader can face them head-on, understand them, and implement them to the best of our abilities into conscious selves. It’s not only essential for our own well-being, but also for the world around us. Our own self-awareness will help us become our full potential in a positive way, one that will benefit both ourselves and our... more
by S.S. López0.1 percent is a humble journey through the murky waters of human nature, existential doubt, suffering, and human potential. The 99.9 percent offers a starting point to understanding humanity through current human realities. Rational, subjective, deep-subjective, intersubjective, and virtual realities form the backbone of how we perceive, analyze, and rationalize whatever this thing is that we call existence. The book offers the reader some perspective on the obstacles we face while living com... more
by Heather O'ConnorWhen it comes to divorce, a little research can go a long way before you contact a divorce lawyer for further assistance. Our free downloadable resource details common misconceptions surrounding divorce, divorce stigmas, lesser known facts, and simpler explanations of relevant legal terms. Visit our website to download your free copy!
by John C. Cranham, DDS
This is the true story of Cornell Richardson, who was born three and a half months early, at one-pound, nine-ounces. The severity of his issues gave him little chance for survival, let alone for a normal life.
He spent the first six months of his life in the NICU and was then moved to a ventilator-dependent unit at The Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters. On that unit, a young Occupational Therapist named Kim Cranham began to care for him. She saw things in ... more
by Dee G. SuberlaDee tells us that she has numb spots in her brain that have always played a role in her life, even to this day. She shares her approach to making some life changing choices on how she became a hippy in the late 60s and early 70s, to her decision to retire early from her corporate job and how she moved through breast cancer. After recovery all she could think about was that song “Is That All There Is?” Dee finally took action and discovered a massive amount of existing information on how to achie... more
by Ashraf IbrahimDo you need to improve your relationships, move your career forward, and earn the respect of your boss and your co-workers? 𝙏𝙝𝙚𝙣 𝙩𝙝𝙞𝙨 𝙗𝙤𝙤𝙠 𝙞𝙨 𝙬𝙝𝙖𝙩 𝙮𝙤𝙪 𝙣𝙚𝙚𝙙! Most books discussing assertiveness jump directly into talking about becoming "𝙢𝙤𝙧𝙚" assertive, without telling you how to be "𝙢𝙤𝙧𝙚 𝙬𝙞𝙨𝙚" with using this assertiveness! This is why I routinely watched people—𝗮𝗰𝗿𝗼𝘀𝘀 𝘁𝘄𝗲𝗻𝘁𝘆-𝗳𝗶𝘃𝗲 𝘆𝗲𝗮𝗿𝘀 𝗼𝗳 𝗰𝗼𝗿𝗽𝗼𝗿𝗮𝘁𝗲 𝗲𝘅𝗽𝗲𝗿𝗶𝗲𝗻𝗰𝗲—... more