Search Booklife Projects by Category, Age, Title or Author.
- True Crime
- History & Military
- Food & Cooking
- Health, Diet & Parenting
- Self-Help & Relationships
- Business & Personal Finance
- Political & Social Sciences
- Art & Photography
- Science & Nature
- Literary Essays, Critiques & Biographies
- Other Nonfiction
Self-Help & Relationships
by Lori BrantIt’s easy to be happy when things are going your way, but can you be happy when you are in the middle of a crisis? Absolutely. \t\t In the midst of a chronic illness and failed marriage, Lori Brant reached out for resources to help her move forward and found them lacking. She was doing what all the Positive Psychology and spiritual books told her to do, to think positively, meditate, eat right, repeat affirmations but inevitably, something beyond her control would happen and send her spiralin... more
by Dan RiveraMass shootings are on the rise! Learn why. Wisdom Soldier is a guide to understanding how broken dreams can lead to the creation of mass shooters. With firsthand experience as part of a highly dysfunctional family, the author provides great insights into a life of hopelessness and desperation and how he broke out of the anger and exchanged it for a life of wisdom. The topics in this book include learning why we must repair our self-esteem and self-imagine-- if we want to live out our dreams. Als... more
by Doris M. ArwineGod uses people daily to communicate His fragrance and message to us. Too often we don't check to see what aroma or impression we are leaving for others to see, hear, or smell. After visiting someone's home or before checking out of a motel, or when moving, we double check to make sure we haven't left anything behind. Even criminals check to make sure they haven't left any clues at the crime scene to identify them. A story reminded me of this. A robber thought he had committed the perfect crime.... more
by Allen VaysbergThe New Love Triangle is a life changer! Short enough to be read in one sitting this book is a powerhouse for facilitating lifelong transformation. Bestselling author Allen Vaysberg is authentic and funny while masterfully weaving in concepts with practical application making it easy to add love to every part of life. You'll come away with a new perspective and simple action steps for loving yourself, others, and your day!
by Brenda Mohammed
Do you want to find your purpose in Life? Are you looking for answers?
In this Memoir, Your Time is Now - A Time to be born and a Time to Die, the author uses quotations and references that connect to events in her life and the lives of others.
It is written, based on powerful words spoken by King Solomon in the Book of Ecclesiastes about times and seasons. "There is a time to be born and a time to die, and a time for every purp... more
by Lily Abraham
What does it mean to be human? How do we keep ourselves safe? The answers are hiding in our fears. Ignoring our social responsibilities causes us to feel like victims with no control over our lives. There is knowledge hiding in our fears that can empower us and the choices we make.
by Sunny LeeDo you want your child to be a money master or monster? Using the power of rewards, parents can encourage children to strive in this progressive system that teaches where money comes from, how to take care of it, how to save and earn interest, what hidden costs are involved in a purchase, and how saving a little bit every day helps us reach our goals. With so many wrong messages about money and success, it’s important to start a conversation with your child before someone else does. Money Master... more
by Jarita Hagans, MDMay 8, 2004 was the day I graduated from medical school. It was one of the happiest days of my life, but it almost didn’t happen. There were a lot of bumps and bruises with getting admitted, learning what to study, several attempts at the licensure exam and a disappointing Match Day. It was a rough road, but I made it. There are also many things that I wish I had known as a new physician, that I had to learn through trial and error. If you’re in high school or college now, what can you do... more
by Frits SchotsmanTHE ENCHANTMENT OF THE LIGHT. Do you know the secret of success? Do you feel that life brings you everything what you expected? Do you dare to dream freely and are you confident that your dreams also come true. Or are you disappointed because you don't dare to believe in them, and life just doesn't give you what you would like to get out of? Do you belong to the latter category, then a surprise awaits you. . The E-book "The Enchantment of the Light" might just totally change your life.It's abo... more
by Tralandice HoganTralandice Hogan, the emerging and highly talked about author and mother of two, can't count how many times shes ran into Mr. Wrong thinking they were Mr. Right. From the charming suit and tie men who made a great first impression, to the sweet guy who loves the children and the men who seemed to be go getters in corporate, somewhere along the line, there was something missing when it was time for a relationship. How come women seem to not be able to realize when he is indeed Mr. Wrong? Well acc... more
by Scott A Spackey CATC, RAS, CHt, CLCStep by step, detailed instructions how to be certified, get office space, marketing, billing, appearance, rapport, legal protection… All the details, big and small. A lucrative, fulfilling career without a degree and very little start-up money. Addiction recovery is a multi-billion dollar field dominated by corporate run facilities and institutions that pay small hourly wages to counselors. Addicts and families need treatment options and private treatment is a win-win: Those seeking help get ... more
by Scott A Spackey CATC, RAS, CHt, CLCEvery addictive drug and behavior is as unique as the individual caught in it. This book includes graphic descriptions of each and every drug and abandons the recovery-industry “one-size-fits-all” mentality, separating each drug and behavior and provides strategies that are customized and detailed. Addiction is a pathological disorder that affects every society and every culture on this planet and has for thousands of years. It is much more pervasive than other clinical disorders; it is a de... more
by Grace Anne StevensThe best advice for authors, “Write what you know,” is counsel Grace Anne Stevens embraces in her weekly blog, “My Transgender Life,” for The Huffington Post. She is not only vulnerable sharing about herself but also touches on a wide range of topics that go beyond the transgender experience. She inspires everyone, in and out of the LGBT community, to follow their own truth and live their authentic lives. Musings on Living Authentically, shares the 2015 collection of her muse-inspired stories, i... more
by James Manning'CBT Worksheets for Teenage Social Anxiety' is a resource that can be used by CBT therapists, and CBT therapists in training, to guide them simply through the processes involved in offering CBT for social anxiety to teenagers. This book can be photocopied by therapists and its chapters given out to teenage clients. This book may also be useful for teenagers who a) would like to buy their own workbook so that they can keep all their CBT material in one place b) are considering having CBT for symp... more
by Mayomi SeabrooksA Virtuous Wife Speaks Life - Breaking Through to YOUR Blessings is a book that was birthed through God's Word as He held my hand through the different seasons of my life. This book was written to help you get through your own tough seasons, trials, and circumstances as God prepares you for the Greater, Purpose and Destiny He has for your life.
by Patty Wipfler and Tosha SchoreFive surprising things parents will learn: You don’t have to reward or punish willful children to get them to cooperate. Aggressive kids are frightened kids, and there are simple tools to ease their fear so they don’t need to lash out. Your willingness to just listen to crying or tantrums often is enough to heal a child’s fears and hurts. Safe play during which your kid becomes the boss can reveal his hidden feelings— and heal them too. Parents who regularly listen to one another’... more