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by Beau SaltsNurses have a hard job. They need advice that works. Being a nurse is physically and emotionally demanding; the shifts are long and grueling, there are always more tasks than time, and both your patients and coworkers can be difficult. It’s no secret that a nurse’s life is hard. But finding ways to cope is hard, and most self-help books just aren’t written for nurses. If you’re working 12-hour shifts, you barely have enough time for basic needs, much less elaborate self-care routines designed... more
by neil smith the dandy djHey Bride! Have you been thinking about trying to save cash and the frustration of researching vendor-after-vendor by DIY-ing all or some of your wedding? Then this book is for you!Neil Smith the Dandy DJ (author of The Barn Wedding Book - How To Hold Your Hootenanny Without A Hitch, Pick A Perfect Wedding DJ and The Wedding DJ Bible) is back to help “YOU” weigh the pros and cons of hiring professionals to handle certain aspects of your big day versus taking it on yourself! And if you DO decide ... more
by Lawrence DoochinWe are meant to live in joy, not in fear. Even if everyone around us is in fear, this doesn’t have to be our personal experience. By taking us on a treetop journey through quantum physics, psychology, philosophy, spirituality, and more, "A Book On Fear" gives us tools and awarenesses to see where our fear comes from. When we see how our belief systems were created, how they limit us, and what we have become attached to that creates fear, we will come to know ourselves at a deeper level. Then we ... more
by Larry GodwinThe author's personal narrative represents the chronology of his mental illness over a span of 49 years, as well as his attempts to understand it and cope with it. Selected entries from his journals constitute the source and follow an authentic progression over time. In them, he relates insights about the origin of his disorder. He also describes thoughts and feelings that arose and his reactions to events that took place at various times, as influenced, for better or worse, by psychiatric medic... more
by Israelin ShocknessRespect is Only Human: A Response to Disrespect and Implicit Bias is an honest, down-to-earth, easy-to-read book, suitable for all ages, explaining how respect, a commodity that is in short supply today, can go a long way to eradicating implicit bias and racism. This book addresses the issue of racism in the 21st century, and tells the reader not to be surprised, because racism has been lurking under the surface, masquerading in the form of disrespect. It illustrates how disrespect is found in ... more
by Georgia BamberWhy is it so hard to reach your goals and make the changes you want in life? Actually it’s not! Or at least it doesn’t have to be. The problem isn’t that your goal is difficult or unreachable. The problem is that no-one has shown you how to go out there and get it. Until now…… Drawing on years of psychology training and coaching experience, Georgia Bamber has devised a simple step-by-step process that will show you how to achieve any goal that you set for yourself. Getting more of... more
by Gene AdessoFOR MY WIFE & HER FOOD/DEPRESSION PROBLEM, SHE NEEDED TO DO PERIMETER GROCERY SHOPPING (NOT AISLE), SIMILAR TO PERIMETER DAILY SCHOOL YARD RUN –GENE ADESSO The importance of good eating/no depression cannot be denied in the advanced world we live in. My ultimate goal should be to attain Adesso eating at a very high level, to achieve not only greater Adesso eating but also greater relationship and less effective fast food eating. Gene Adesso defines eating as the network of information ... more
5 EASY STEPS TO ENDING A TOXIC RELATIONSHIP: Unplug the Negativity Cord and Jump-Start Your Emotional Healingby A.G. Billig
A toxic relationship often is as addictive as shopping for shoes is for Carrie Bradshaw from "Sex and the City." Although you realize you don't need it and it harms you, you simply can't stop. The good memories or the "potential" you see in your man keep you stuck in a cycle of misery and make you ignore the voice of your heart. Fortunately, it's never too late to break-up with a toxic partner and release yourself from negative patterns.
by Joseph Burgo, Ph.D.
"With the skill of a master storyteller, Burgo vividly brings to life, through his clients' struggles and his own, our shared journey to accept a startling truth: shame can either hobble us or help us thrive; it all depends on what we do with it. Savor this book's lessons and exercises. You'll come away with the kind of self-compassion that makes us all better people. "-- Dr. Craig Malkin, Lecturer, Harvard Medical School and author of the internationally acclaimed book,... more
by Dan Wedin"You Are A Genius" is the story of one man's journey from being dead for six minutes due to a massive cardiac arrest to recovering while noting a series of powerful affirmations coursing through his brain. His recovery was so swift and so sure, after all, a cardiologist had told him he had but five years to live, that his wife encouraged him to write a book. "You Are A Genius" is the product of that effort and the author used the techniques in the book to stay on track and complete the book ... more
by Dan Wedin"Your Are A Genius" is the story of how I collapsed in a Cardiac Arrest and "died" for six minutes according to the attending EMT's who used a defibrillator to shock me back to life before racing me to the hospital. While recovering I found a series of "affs" or affirmations coursing through my brain, even over the morphine drip they'd attached to my arm. The affs came to me with no conscious thought, they were just "thought loops" emanating from my subconscious through the power of "Auto-Sugges... more
by Christopher HarawaySuccess. Happiness. Wealth. These prizes are hard to capture when you feel like a tortoise in a race against hares. Everyone looks happier than you, they have the relationships you wish you had, and they capture the jobs you should’ve gotten. Always, they appear smarter, more successful, and wealthier. But appearances can be deceiving. In The Tortoise Way, you’ll learn the most unconventional ways to battle depression, failure, lack of purpose, and attention-deficit disorder by employin... more
by A. MotherFeathers in the Soul recounts a family’s struggle and offers step by step advice of numerous addiction specialists, treatment professionals, and the wise words of people who have succeeded in gaining sobriety. This book gives direction and advice to the families and friends of those suffering from addiction, or substance use disorder (SUD). It is a book of hope and recovery.
by Dymphna BairdGod the Father is not a distant, angry God but a God who loves us with all His heart and just wants us to come back to Him, to come to know Him, through His son Jesus. It doesn’t matter where we are at or what we have done on Life’s journey, God is waiting with open arms for us to return to Him, just like a prodigal son. He wants to pour out His Holy Spirit on us, to lead us and guide us, and speak to us intimately through the Bible. If we would listen to His call, “Come back to me,” and resp... more
by DR. ALLEN LYCKA
Dr. Allen Lycka along with co-author Harriet Tinka suffered near-death experiences and sought renewal through the wisdom of human virtues that refocused them on a life of richness, appreciation, joy and service.
Offered in the format of an enchanting and charming dialogue between the two authors, the book also includes their chronicles of pain and triumph, allegories, stories, and inspirational and insightful quotes. The exploration of each of the 13 Golden Pearls creates a necklac... more
by Martin NormanThe book looks at a variety of approaches using the outdoor environments to help children and young people feel able to express, understand, and move forward in their lives from traumatic and abusive experiences. It focuses on two environments in particular the seashore and local parks, though other environments are included too using role-plays, applying outdoor skills (Canoeing), using environments familiar and safe for the young person, and using animal assisted therapy to build trust and sec... more