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Self-Help & Relationships
by Mark ElderA simple and easy-to-use toolbox of techniques to get you out of the emotional red zone. Using the secrets of telephone crisis counselors, this book will get you coping, smiling and thriving.
by Robert K. Maxfield
Using a combination of my back story, Joseph Campbell's 'Hero's Journey' format, my human maze theory, Hollywood storytelling techniques, and behind-the-scenes stories of The Walking Dead, I weave together a self-help book that teaches people how to write the story of their own lives, and how to excel with success, joy, and rewarding relationships.
by Lisa Nixon Phillips
by Mavis UrekeManaging Emotions for Financial Freedom: The Invisible Forces Driving your Money Habits In this book, author and Human Behaviour Specialist Mavis Ureke combines personal experience and an in-depth understanding of human emotions to give you the necessary information to create the life you want, and this she does by teaching you how to harness and utilize your own creative tools in the form of emotions and thoughts. As Mavis so clearly explains, you are not doomed financially by your biology, c... more
by Peggy KorneggerWhat kind of world do you want to live in? If it were up to you to choose (and it is), how would you want to live? In Lose Your Mind, Open Your Heart, Peggy Kornegger offers her own answers to these questions. She believes that at this key time of unprecedented global transformation, it is the love in our collectively opening hearts that will help us create a world that is truly livable for each and every one of us. We can no longer afford to rely solely on the mind’s solutions without the balan... more
by William K. Bach, Jr.This book is about healing from the tragic effects of divorce or separation from a loved one, learning to forgive and rekindling the ability to love again. It holds the keys for helping those who have experienced the tragedy of divorce to reach deep within to discover the light, the motivation, and the will to carry on, and to climb to new heights even more attainable as a result of personal tragedies. This work is a must for anyone in the throes of tragedy, particularly separation from a spou... more
by Marie Belle
by Emily MadillFall in Love With Your Life, One Week at a Time is more than a book. It is a weekly practice that will support you in loving yourself and your life—as it is. Explore compassion, gratitude, facing fears, creating clear goals, self-acceptance, giving back, strengthening your inner bond, dropping judgments, expanding your ideas about what is possible, and much more. The experience is yours by design, and at the end of each week’s conversation starter, there is space for self-reflection and crea... more
by Philip DealThe Bright Red Book of Happiness shows you how to make yourself happy and stay that way. You’ll also discover the joy of finding green marbles. While reading, you will remember that you already have every tool you need to be happy. This book will make you laugh, you might cry, and if you bring an open mind you will definitely be inspired. You can read The Bright Red Book of Happiness in one uplifting day, but you will probably want to read parts of it over and over again. Life is funny that w... more
by Amara Honeck
Society — through social media, radio, and television — tells us what we should want in our lives: to be more, have more, get more. But money and possessions are not necessarily what brings us happiness. Our highest joy comes through finding and achieving our life’s purpose and goals — our soul’s desires. Through the Creative Meditation and Manifestation practice you will learn to access the inner POWERS we all possess and put them to work building a pathway to y... more
by Becky KuekerFor women from 40 to 65 Becky shares her 25 year "Plan" for a secure financial and emotional retirement along with her own fears, anxieties, and marital turbulence, including heartfelt stories of women who have tried to stop the runaway freight train of emotions as they close the door on their careers.
by Debbie BrunsonEntice the best things you wish for to come into your life. Debbie says, “When you contemplate, imagine, or experience constructive optimistic thought, you will attract affirmative occurrences and situations into your life.” We should all desire to rid ourselves of the shackles of poverty. Within this book, I will show you how to remove the interruptions and constraints that have impeded your progress. Today is a new day; it is the beginning of the rest of your life. It is my privilege to share ... more
by Nabelah AlneghaimshiDid you give up your dreams or your rights and lost your freedom of choice in a relationship with a lover, husband, or friend? Does this person treat you sometimes with kindness and other times with violence, under the guise of love and care? This bold book will guide you in examining your relationships and reaching your true self. You will be on your way toward restoring your freedom and enjoying the life you deserve.
by Ken ElliottAncient Secrets of Manifesting Have Been Masterfully Revealed in the Award Winning Manifesting 123, and you don't need #3! Have you ever had the sense that your thoughts might actually be doing something? Imagine you are a genie and everything you wish begins to form up right in front of you. First is your thought and thought creates form. From Ken Elliott’s personal experiences and the stories in this book, you will learn exactly how your thoughts take form and how to efficiently and simp... more
by Nina Mancuso
I think I have a good idea as to why people cheat, and so I wrote a short book about it.
Our fascination with finding the perfect someone has caused us to settle on a partner that is just good enough. Within a few years, we get bored, and we cheat. Although several articles promote cheating as a healthy way to save relationships, the fact is that we won’t cheat if we don’t settle. However, if we take the time to be single and live our lives, we will eventually fin... more