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by Diamond W FieldsThis book is dedicated to my mother, thank s for being my mother and father all these years. Most of all thanks for being hard on me, and trying to keep me out of trouble growing up. I was never a perfect son, but I was your son and in your eyes I was your precious Diamond.
by Alice Jane Leftwich
One woman's hilarious tale of heartache, brought on by another woman. I will take you through the beginning stages of a love story, unlike any other. All the wild sex, inappropriate language and debauchery, one could possibly hope for in a novel. The closest thing to porn, without it ACTUALLY being porn. I will make you fall in love with Kasie Thorne, just as I had. Then, experience the heartbreak alongside me, all while trying to find some humor in the torrential, shit storm of despair. ... more
by Viola Mecke, PhD, ABPPGrowing older brings many thoughts of ?I wish I knew that before.? Th is book provides information to help us age as well as possible. Surprisingly, our feelings do not age. Pleasure and contentment interface loneliness, loss, fears and sorrow. At a time when life is thought easier, new problems and situations that are challenging arise. Four stages of aging include the initiation to aging at about fi fty years of age, changes in life following retirement, a gradual acceptance of being older, an... more
by Kristi Patrice Carter, J.D.Are you ready to take back control of your life? Do you want to push past those invisible barriers and overcome your fears? Now you can with Kristi's twelve-step fear busting program. Learn how to recognize your fears, understand why they are holding you back, and identify your fear pattern.
by Richard PrestonRichard discovered alcohol at the age of six. Although named "Most Likely to Succeed" in high school, for 35 years, addiction, anger, and aggression hobbled his dreams. With raw honesty, he recounts his wild ride down a super highway off self-destruction, a journey punctuated with bottles of Miller High Life, stays in correctional facilities, and attempts at suicide. Then fate stepped in. A brother's love combined with the stoke of a judge's pen delivered Richard to a different path. He found... more
by Kelly Wilson
When our youngest child punched two kids in the junk within an 18-hour period, I questioned whether I could have done anything to prevent it. To be honest, I hadn’t thought to tell my children directly not to punch people in the junk. It wasn’t a message that I imagined I would have to state with the straightforwardness of instructions like, “Don’t talk with your mouth full.”
Don’t Punch People in the Junk: (Seemingly) Obvious Life Lessons to Teac... more
by Kelly Wilson
A benefit of having a serious relationship is supposed to be the ability to give and receive sex anytime we want.
But if this were true, why is sex so hard to come by?
As Kelly Wilson traveled from her thirties into her forties, she found herself in her sexual prime, much to the chagrin of her spouse. Her late-blooming loin fire created tension - sexual tension - when she discovered her spouse was not a machine made to coddle her every whim.
In an attempt to satisfy her over... more
by Joseph TylerThis is a story about a broken man. That broken man was me. I was unable to see the signs of a broken marriage and kept believing with my body and soul along with my Christian beliefs in one hand that everything would sort itself out! It is certainly true that in the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king. I was blinded for not reading the signs of a failing marriage. Now on the other side, I was now in a position to search for true happiness, which, I have found through a positive mental a... more
by Jen ShirkaniMost of us want to be happy and comfortable in life, but what if staying comfortable was the very thing keeping us from our happiness? In her second book, Choose Resilience, speaker and emotional intelligence expert Jen Shirkani challenges the notion that comfort always equals good and she inspires readers to break out of their safe spaces to the personal and professional life of their dreams. With the backdrop of her own story of struggle woven throughout, Jen shares helpful strategies for ov... more
by Hugo Dorn
Residency programs are very competitive, and for many students application process can become extremely stressful. However, it does not have to be so stressful – you just need to prepare yourself as well as possible before applying. And what is the best way to do this than learning how to write a statement of purpose for your future studies? Don’t waste your time searching on the web for personal statement samples, as we have already collected the best samples for you! Click the l... more
by David MaginleyWhat if you could use cancer to evolve more fully into love? David Maginley has been there - four times. His cancer led to a near-death experience and a career helping thousands face this disease. Through profound storytelling, David brings you to the core of the cancer journey to discover the hero within. In Beyond Surviving, you will learn how to: - Turn the mind into an ally as you grapple with uncertainty, - Explore spirituality through your love rather than your belief. - Not only go... more
by Patricia Williams
F*UCK HIM Break Up Recovery Guide is a book for everyone who is going through a break up. In this concise book I share my personal experience and knowledge I gained from people in my life. There are certain things we can do in order to decrease time break up recovery takes. Life is too short for self-pity. Use this as a growing opportunity and move on as a better and stronger person.
by William ChaukeThis book covers participatory community mobilization and stakeholder engagement guidelines; public participation models and theories; gender and development as well as participatory development and governance issues. The book is intended for use by development practitioners to enable them to effectively design more acceptable, responsive, participatory and sustainable projects and programs.
by Barbra E. RussellYes! I Said No! gives you specific tools to set healthy boundaries and re-take control of your life. You will learn how to do what YOU want to do. Without Drama. Without Anger. Without Fear. A series of simple-to-follow examples and clearly stated tools will help you invest in yourself, will help you say YES when you want to and say NO when you need to.
by Jem FriarThis journal has been designed to accompany the "Choosing Happier" book by Jem Friar. It contains many of the exercises recommended in Choosing Happier as well as some different ones. The main section enables you to easily keep a daily gratitude and appreciation journal. The "My Happiness Journal" has been written to help you to learn and practice how to be happy. It is a book to enable you to spend more time in the states from joy to contentment. The key to finding happiness is to practice happ... more
THE GRATITUDE ATTITUDE -The First "How To Be Happy" Key: In Celebration of the International Day of Happiness #internationaldayby Jem FriarThe Gratitude Attitude will remind you: 1.\tWhy happiness is important, 2.\tWhy many of the ways that people pursue happiness do not work. It will then show you how to actually boost your happiness levels on a daily basis just by using some simple gratitude practices. This is a short and easy to read book but the gratitude exercises in here are fabulously potent. (The book was written to celebrate the International Day of Happiness that was created by the United Nations. This day is de... more