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Self-Help & Relationships
by Brian VondruskaThis book takes a theoretical approach to discerning what it means to live the best possible life, and how to attain it. The result is a broad foundation upon which specific guidance can be built.
by Sheila HayfordThis inspirational book runs the gamut in practicality; from relationships, sports, politics and food to our responsibility to planet earth, the afterlife and much more ... You will be inspired to live your truest authentic self. An easy read, it is great for individual and book club reading. Five stars!
by Haris DimitriadisThe idea that happiness is a choice accessible to all is far from new; the ancient Greek philosopher Epicurus developed the Natural Philosophy of life over two thousand years ago, providing practical, contemporary guidelines to finding meaning and happiness. Unlike Plato, who valued the divine logic above all, Epicurus argued that the pursuit of ideals produced by logic alone leads to inner conflict, cognitive dissonance, dissatisfaction, and even depression. He suggested that by first embracing... more
by Bruce FormanThe link between spirituality and health receives a new look in “Smokescreen: A Jewish Approach to Stop Smoking,” Published by Wellbridge Books, the book looks at history, biblical law and psychology as well as illustrations and fascinating stories.
by Martha ThompsonMartha lives with chronic illness, but is determined to stay strong enough to continue working at the zoo, which she loves. When her symptoms worsen and she starts fainting, she gets a service dog for support. With Henry by her side, she expects life to get easier, but that's not what happens. Henry is a Chihuahua mix, much smaller than the familiar guide dogs for the blind, and Martha's disability is not obvious, so when they go into public places people ask, "He's so small. How does he help yo... more
by Sandy QuinnAre you someone who is sensitive and easily affected by people's moods and unpleasant events around you? Do you know a highly sensitive person (HSP) can also be an empath? Would you like to break free from negative people and energies by learning some highly effective tools to shield yourself? Empath's Ultimate Guide will show you a simple Action Plan consisting of 7 Highly Effective Tools to shield yourself which you can begin to use immediately. Unlike other books which simply show you a... more
by Sandy QuinnAre you tired of being constantly bombarded by repetitive negative, worried and unhelpful thoughts? Would you like to learn how others use mindfulness to successfully quiet their minds, become more balanced and happy in life? Declutter Your Mind will show you a simple Action Plan to quiet your mind and free yourself from negative thoughts which you can begin to use immediately. Unlike other books that simply show you a bunch of "theories" or confusing exercises, this book will show you a sim... more
How To Be Owned By A Cat: Simple Action Plan For First Time Cat Owners Who Have NO Idea What They Are Gettingby Kate C.Are you considering your first cat but feel unsure because you have zero or little experience with these adorable yet mystique felines? Would you like to learn how to become a responsible cat owner while clearing your doubts and questions once and for all? How To Be Owned By A Cat will show you a simple action plan that works if you follow it, because you'll know exactly what to do even before bringing home your first cat. Unlike other books that offers lots of information but no practical... more
by Elona WashingtonBecause researchers estimate that marriages have a 50% chance of survival, these women have come together to share how they mourned the loss of their marriage and moved past the pain. While some chose to leave and others were left, they all walked the path to self-discovery and empowerment. This collection of stories is not a tale of woe; they are stories of encouragement for any woman coping with the stigma, heartbreak, and hardship of divorce. This anthology was compiled to provide hope and... more
by SANWAR MISHRA
‘Technology of Life’ is unique in content with distinctive features innovatively written with the purpose to improve, enhance and strengthen the physical, intellectual and spiritual thoughts toward achieving peace, pleasure and prosperity in life.
One of the distinguishing aspects of this title is that it draws upon the faculties of some select topics of Indian philosophy, Bhagvad Gita, Patanjali Yoga, medical science, social science, research f... more
by Ruth Dixon-MuellerMost estate planning books focus on the legal practicalities. PA$$ING ON dives deeper, helping people who are writing their wills to avoid emotional minefields by choosing their beneficiaries wisely and distributing their assets fairly both within and outside the family.
by Dale Smith ThomasGood Morning Gorgeous offers a unique perspective to women of all ages on how to be confident, courageous, and convinced! This no-nonsense guide challenges women to know who they are, stand their ground and embrace life passionately with purpose. Dale Smith Thomas encourages women to take a clear-eyed look at themselves and stop their self-defeating behavior by understanding that responsibility starts with the woman looking in the mirror. In Good Morning Gorgeous, Dale reminds us that we s... more
by Jack DisonAfter struggling with substance abuse for many years, James died of heroin overdose at the age of thirty-four. The year before his death he turned to a new and ‘clean’ life path in ways his family and friends had never seen. Nevertheless, in a few short weeks he relapsed and eventually overdosed and died. His death was a huge shock to those who loved him. Some months after James’ death, his dad, Jack, started writing a few letters to James as a way to reach out to him across the emptiness and lo... more
by au yong chee tuckTo the layman, an astrologer was someone he consulted if and when he encountered some issues in life. He could not be expected to realize that since everyone must by necessity have a birth chart, it followed that the birth charts of the rich and the famous (and the not so well-known) will have some bearing on their lives and achievements. This book is an attempt to show the relationship between history and Chinese Ba Zi astrology. It examined the birth charts and lives of eleven persons in ten c... more
by au yong chee tuck and alan chong kin mengWhen the layman encountered problems in his (or her) life, sometimes he might yearn to consult a feng shui master or Ba Zi astrology master for assistance. However, sadly he found out too late that the master whom he hired could not produce the hoped for results that he expected. This book was a brief attempt to explain some of the common myths surrounding both feng shui and Ba Zi astrology. It hoped to reveal to our readers which concepts worked and why; which methods might be misleading or... more
by Jeffery TreesThe central theme of this book is how to identify and deal with the realities of incest. Most of the time incest victims have a great deal of emotional, physical, and sexual pain. Too many times it literally takes years and years for a child to work through all the tormenting, and too many times all they can do is subdue it, which makes them deal with it in their thirties and forties. It has a way of compounding all relationships, especially in marriages and parenthood. For the victim, it is fri... more