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Emotional and Sexual Intimacy in Marriage: How to Connect or Reconnect With Your Spouse, Grow Together, and Strengthen Your Marrby Marcus KusiThis book shares our own first-hand experience of learning how to reconnect and strengthening intimacy in our marriage with other married couples. In addition, it provides practical ways for strengthening intimacy in marriage. This book is for married couples: 1. Who want to rekindle the spark they had in the beginning, and strengthen intimacy in their marriage. 2. Who are slowly drifting apart and want to reconnect with each other. 3. Who feel something is missing in their marriage... more
by Dionne L FieldsIt's my goal to help people, read the real truth that happens every day and everywhere. These are stories from real people that have never been reported by anyone else. These are real stories that no reporter will ever publish.
by Visakha Dasi
* Independent Publisher's Book Award Winner *
Bhagavad-gita, India's ancient book of wisdom, is renowned as one of the world's oldest scriptures and one of the most beautiful and profound texts of world literature. Here, for the first time, photographs bring its themes to life, unlocking their sublime mysteries.
by Sky StevensThe Art of Living Deliberately is a transformational book that exposes the conscious and subconscious belief building process and helps us reveal those old beliefs that keep us attracting the same things over and over. It shows us how to get off ‘auto-pilot’ (letting those old beliefs steer us) and on to living a richer, fuller, more deliberate life.
by Jo BirdAlmost every expert agrees that there are three things successful people do: They focus on getting to know themselves, they spend time improving themselves, and they share their life experiences with others. These building blocks to success?self-awareness, personal development, and emotional intelligence?are the focus of this book. Join the author as she leads you down a path to a better you. During this journey, you?ll learn how to: ? identify your values, beliefs, and what gives your life mean... more
by Player Versus PlayerThe latest book from Player Vs. Player pits the best of the best against eachother and teaches you how to find the right person for YOU. There's no mansplaining, selling you a “perfect” partner, or feeding you a fairy tale. Our players give it to you straight with a one-two punch! Get your gloves on and strap in. Perfect for both men and women looking for not just a relationship, but THE relationship, this book is divided into three sections: start at one if you want to be the biggest player in ... more
by Willetha BarnetteThe Caregiver’s Secrets is an account of my 20+ year experience as a caregiver for an aging parent. It emphasizes both the scope of the demographic challenge facing America and the details of coping with day-to-day caregiving responsibilities. The book aims to “open up” the experience of caregiving. The narrative touches on the changing nature of medical services delivery, and the mind-numbing bureaucracies that dominate the landscape of an individual’s final years.
by Richard D. RowlandWhen someone faces an end-of-life diagnosis, he or she may have all hope of a continued existence and enjoyable quality of life taken away by people employed in this country's traditional medical profession. Discover how you can find hope where none is offered and restore your peace of mind. In part one of Unspoken Messages: Spiritual Lessons I Learned from Horses and Other Earthbound Souls, read about spiritual experiences that are far beyond coincidental. You will leave part one convinced that... more
by Kay G. RockNon-fiction compilation of essays about life's journeys, transitions, discernments, and inspirations as viewed through the lens of retirement. Topics include travel, daily life, relationships, and inspiring people. Previously published as a feature column, "Becoming 65," for a local newspaper. Additional information available on website: kaygrock.com.
by Shayna BrazierAnxiety has traditionally been summed up with "Don't Worry, Be Happy". "Anxiety Makes Me Anxious" takes that and throws it away. You can worry AND be happy! This book is a humorous book that explains what is going on in an anxious mind and how it doesn't have to stop you from living a full life. The book takes you through real life scenarios but in such a funny way that it doesn't feel clinical.
by Lyssa Danehy deHart, MSW, LICSW, PCCDo you feel stuck and wish you were living in another story? You know the one, the story filled with happy relationships, where you love your career and have a sense of purpose as you make a life filled with meaning! What stories are you telling yourself? StoryJacking is a seven-step guide that offers a practical road map to your personal power. It is your doorway into profound self-awareness and the fundamental truth: You are whole, capable, resourceful, and creative. By getting curious, ... more
by Crystal Hope ReedMore and more people are discovering their psychic and healing abilities every day. This major life change often creates strife for couples and signals the beginning of the end of many relationships because partners start to grow apart. Let me tell you what you need to know to master this situation, as I have in my own life. You can thrive in the face of this challenge, too.
by Alfonso FerdinandThe story is based around two young guys from very different backgrounds who were thrown together by their boss because of their recent lack of perfection; they weren't able to meet their targetted figure of 2,000,000 yen per skyam for two straight weeks by tricking the elderly. The idea that a free roll of toilet paper was all it took to achieve the above figure is mind boggling to most regular people. However, it was a very achievable task for anyone who worked for their company. One o... more
by Alfonso FerdinandThis story is based on the life of a non-native citizen or gaijin – the categorical name given to foreigners in Japan – living in Japan. To understand more about what actually transpired in the life of the lead character in Flip Side, one only need to travel to the east or Asia, where many of the regimes are run like a democracy but without the freedom one would enjoy in western countries. When David, the lead character in “Flip Side”, decided to move to Japan to live in the early '90s, ... more
by Alfonso FerdinandDropped by a hospital in Japan to check out a bearable pain in my abdomen, I ended up having a majour operation. This book is based on the memo I took during my stay at the hospital which highlights some of the difficulties foreigners face in the Japanese medical system. Manga, drama, and total fun are just a touch of the adjectives I could find to describe this book. Also, at the back of it, there is a crash course that provides medical words and phrases; just in case one needs to see a doct... more
by Dr. Lyndon McGillA groundbreaking new look at the world's oldest game that reveals the hidden motives for both instinctual and intentional behavior that either draws a man and woman together or drives them apart.