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by Randolph PhelpsSwan Song mysteriously enters my life. Through a series of dreams and visions, I realize that our life together has begun where our previous Native American life left off. From our past lives, we encounter My Native Brother, and our two children, Lost Son and Feather Maker. They each have serious life-lessons to convey. Whenever Swan Song and I are together, magic manifests, but trouble is brewing. Chief Thunder Cloud and I were in a spiritual duel over Swan Song’s affection in our past lives. O... more
by Lee BroekmanOver 90% of the communication problems that plague our life are the dreadful barriers that get in the way of happy relationships and productive interactions. Most of the drama we experience is caused by communication blockers, the regretful words that spring off the tips of our tongues or fingers, ready to cause conflict and chaos.Stop Blocking, Start Connecting shows readers how to transform relationships by recognizing where they get blocked, reducing bad communication habits, removing the 8 c... more
by Rick SchneiderThat's Good Grease is a gathering of over 100 of my experiences as a patient contact volunteer during the past 20 years at FairHoPe Hospice. Reading the Introduction will explain that the book title is a compliment from a patient who's last request was for a bacon cheeseburger. Most of the stories are only one page in length while a few may be up to three pages long. Humor, dogs and cats, family, neighbors are all a part of life and they are included in the stories. This book gently describes, t... more
by Thomas Richard HarryIS IT TRUE?" The late theologian Karl Barth once suggested that's the most pressing question people ask themselves when hearing a sermon. That implies doubt. This book is a layman's critical look at his religion, at our individual religious doubt - up close and personal. It will be considered a bit controversial, and some are liable to be troubled by parts of the book. Nonetheless, it doesn't shy away from what surrounds that question: "Is it true?".
by Lana Grace RivaChanging how you think is possible. I wasn't always so sure that was true until I experienced it myself, but I know now we don't have to just accept unhappiness. Not always anyway. This book is my collection of tips and suggestions that have helped me achieve happier thinking. It's sort of a gym for my mind. I'd love to tell you it was easier than the real gym but well… it's not really. It takes time, effort, and practice but it's absolutely well worth the rewards.
by Jo RichingsJo Richings has endured her fair share of testing and soul-destroying hardships. With a list that includes obesity, domestic violence, cheating husbands and breast cancer, Richings has developed not only a solid toolbox of solutions but a unique perspective on the world. In her new book, Richings tells her story in a raw, honest yet amusing way and then guides readers to smash through their own adversities to emerge victoriously. ‘Whoops, there it goes again!: How to stay positive when th... more
by S.E. Foster
by SANWAR MISHRATo make things happen as one wants inspires intense interest and compelling curiosity. It reflects the power of our mind to create reality. To some it appears unbelievable, fictional and magical. Whether it achieves the set goals or not; still it has the element of a craze to know the unknown and a great undiscovered potential; that alone is sufficient to pull the crowd of audience. Let us look at the basics of manifestation. The whole foundation of manifestation rests on the concept that th... more
by Ken West
"Achieve Your Purposet!" (formerly titled, "Get What You Want") is a book about YOU. In this practical workbook you are presented with a powerful process to identify and achieve your dreams for the future. It's for anyone who refuses to be a victim of their circumstances, whether it's a recession, a bad job market, or a seeming lack of opportunity.
by Debbi KingPersonal finance expert and best selling, award winning author of The ABC’s of Personal Finance and 26 Weeks to Wealth and Financial Freedom, Debbi King had once found herself in a heap of debt, a single mom making $10,000 a year. If you too are familiar with that sinking feeling when it comes to your finances that left that single mother in tears on the floor, wondering how she will care for her child, then you have much to gain by taking a page…make that several, from her new book, The 50 Sha... more
by Dolan MayedaThere's a simple way to resolve shame and discover relief. All you have to do is feel your feelings with a twist. In Shame Hack you'll learn that twist along with: *How to feeling your feeling *How to resolve five unpleasant feelings *How to talk to your heart to help it heal and feel understood when shame runs deep
by Jacqueline NewmanIn Soon-to-Be Ex for Women, you will learn: How to know if you are ready for divorce. The five signs of an impending split. How to avoid guilt, channel your anger, and negotiate like a pro. Why judges do not care if your soon-to-be ex is a cheating bastard--and how you can use his transgression to your advantage. How to avoid missteps on social media. Tactics to protect your kids, money, pets, and sanity. Plus everything else you must know for your perfect di... more
by Rebecca WestYour house isn't a showpiece meant to impress other people: it's supposed to be your home - a place that makes you feel happy, calm, and relaxed! In Happy Starts at Home, design psychology coach and interior designer Rebecca West shows you how to use your home as a tool to meet your goals and live a happier life. This book will help you: - Identify simple changes you can make to feel happier in your home. - Understand how your space is affecting your physical, financial, and emotional health. - ... more
by Bryan Bushman, Ph.D.
Pain is often part of living; yet, humans naturally resist pain and – in the process of resisting – create more pain for themselves and those they love. Demonstrating acceptance, in contrast, means approaching the pain of living in a way that gives pain less control, and, therefore, less ability to produce suffering. Acceptance lessens our struggle with pain and increases our ability to live fully. Acceptance helps us become okay – even when we really, really aren’t ok... more
by Kevin Nelson
Emails are still very critical in generating leads and attracting prospects. In view of this, one of the most crucial skills that you need to learn, as a marketer, is mastering the art of marketing the content. Little mistakes like using the wrong subject for the email can have dire consequences on the performance of the email. You, therefore, need to use assignment writer to have top-notch work at all times. Some of the things that you m... more
by Wes Parham MBA Ph.D.What do Taylor Swift, Cognitive Psychology, Gucci Mane, Dissent, and The Most Dangerous Person Alive have in common? The answer is the “Hater Mindset”. In “Be A Hater” Dr. Parham examines the emergence of the “Hater Mindset” in contemporary culture. This book delves into a subtle and subconscious cultural shift in the concept of a “hater”. The shift from viewing a “hater” as someone trying to hold you back or stop you from succeeding, to viewing a “hater” as anyone who disagrees or dissents from... more