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by Pegi Burdick
I teach people about diverse emotional elements in their lives that impact their financial decisions. And, how to change their self-sabotaging behaviors that create stress in their lives.
by Tricia PriestHave you ever wondered what your life could look like if fear didn't hold you back? Fear holds us back from having the life we want and deserve. Fear keeps us stuck in careers we hate, in unfulfilling relationships, and it prevents us from being the best version of ourselves. This is a transformational life coaching book that offers guided steps to identify your fears, help release emotional blocks, and step into a new found self-esteem you need to become a fearless decision-maker in your person... more
by Lori McClureLori and Steven went straight from college to marriage to parenthood to ministry, which made for some rocky moments in the early days of their life together. Now, after nearly twenty years of marriage, they've decided to share the lessons they've learned along the way. From the excitement of new babies to the stress that comes with financial struggles, Lori and Steven have a simple message for everyone who's made the decision to fight for love; you're not alone, and it's worth it.
by rena c. wintersIn Lieu of Therapy is a quick and easy read to uplift the spirit and motivate people in their lives. In today's accelerated and busy world, it is important to find niches of time that one can use to calm the inner soul, find pathways to reflect on our lives, and help us overcome adversity. We all need to pause and regroup our thoughts, energies, and emotions at some point, and this book will do it.
by Gloria ValorisOvercome Hoarding and Transform Your Life helps adults who want to stop hoarding to be able to do so by providing a wealth of insights and resources. Drawn from my 50 years of experience in working with people who hoard and five years of teaching classes with the same title as the book, the material is, as one of my students put it, "inspirational guidance for preventing hoarding-related crises, for mental, physical, and emotional recovery, and for building a happy, healthy life without hoarding... more
by Anita LaRaia"Turn the Corner"--Subtitle: Sex, Morality, Drinking, Money--Military/Colleges/World--Tate Publishing, $13.99 has 5 Star Reviews on Amazon. Full of warmth & passion, brilliantly structured, convincingly detailed and yet easy to read, this vivid discussion of women & men on the battlefield of the sexes helps all of us develop personal power for protection and to achieve victory thru equality. Though it is sexual assault prevention for Military, College students and everyone trying to successfu... more
by Brigid Elsken GallowayWatching her mother slowly succumb to dementia, Brigid Galloway felt the first pangs of loss — and that was only the beginning. Within two years, both of her aged parents passed away, her job as an editor for Time was eliminated, and she faced divorce after 14 years of marriage. At age 47, she found herself starting life over with an 8-year-old son in tow. In "The Nature of Things" Galloway shares 24 stories that chronicle her journey from fear to faith. With humor and wit, she recounts the... more
by Claude Roberts
Evidently, we have become a world of "democratic partiality " Everything from our speech, actions, and way of life to cultural ideals is lost. As a result, unfamiliar traditions have set our cultural bounds of Christianity especially the ways in which people define that belief. For a majority this is how we explain our religion, others proclaim undeniable faith through it. So the question becomes, what is Christianity, how has religion shaped this country including the way individua... more
by Darren Littlejohn
This is a how-to book. Do you feel frustrated with spiritual books that are complicated and confusing with too many strange terms? Then this is the book for you! This book will tell you everything that you need to know about how to begin Buddhist practice. It includes practice instructions in each chapter to deepen your experience with the teachings. It's a complete guidebook for individuals, groups, beginners and experienced meditators alike, and is the perfect complement to an existing ... more
by John Krohn PhDThe pathway of grief is one of the most painful pilgrimages that any person will ever take. Those connecting points in our lives that link us to one another in a family and establish bonds of love, security and meaningfulness, are woven with cords entwined with intimate devotion, and have a myriad of memories laced within their tapestry. When one of those significant love connections is broken, our whole being cries out with profound pain that flows from our deepest heart. It is scary to think a... more
by John Krohn PhDThe silence of God when we are in the midst of difficult circumstances, can be one of the most challenging lessons to learn as we discover how to walk by faith. God isn't silent … He is listening … He is waiting … and He is tenderly urging His child to take those needed steps of trust to become mature in Christ.
by John KrohnOne of the most challenging times in our life often comes when we find ourselves on the edge of facing a distressing life storm for which we feel completely unprepared, and inadequate to deal with it. As the storm builds with intensity upon the horizon, we know we are at the very edge of our ability to cope, our capacity to access urgently needed inner resources, and we desperately need our faith to see us through.
by John KrohnThroughout our lives we face challenges and hardships that can leave an indelible mark upon our heart. Growing up in a troubled family, a lifetime of loneliness, betrayal, rejection, and abuse affect the way that we see ourselves, other people and the pathways that we choose in life. It can be difficult to share with others that there is something hurting deep within that just never goes away. The loss of a loved one touches all of us at some time in our lives. Grief is a journey that opens our ... more
by Darryl Diptee
by Josh Black
We are living beneath our potential, allowing our doubts and anxieties to close us within an ever-tightening circle of possibility. We are too willing to accept things as they are. Though we might daydream about things as they might be, we do less than we could to realize our potential, to live the life that is available to us if only we will reach out and take it.
Personal Best will help you unlock your potential by pointing you towards the kind o... more