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  • Life is Easier Than You Think

    by Robert Wiley

    Life is Easier Than You Think is a road map for finding your way home, a place where you’re free to be yourself and not some version created by other’s expectations - where you can be at peace and have confidence to face life’s challenges. Join the author as he leads you on a simple but powerful journey toward emotional healing, self-acceptance and personal empowerment. As you are guided on this path you will gain practical tools that will assist you in living your best life... more

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    by Josh Painter
    Many of us spend our lives on autopilot: work, bills, chores, sleep, repeat, in a never-ending cycle. We live the life that others expect us to, and not the life we desire. In Best Version Ever: Discover the MAGIC of Becoming Extraordinary, Josh Painter provides an action-oriented and inspirational roadmap to escape the cycle of experiencing random motivational moments and then falling back into the same old routines. By following the M.A.G.I.C. formula (Mindset, Aim, Gameplan, Immersion, and... more
  • This May Be Difficult to Read

    by Claire N. Rubman
    There's no baby Einsteins in cribs anymore, our babies can't read, and no one is still hooked on phonics - so what's left? This may be difficult to read, but we haven't been selling reading skills very well... Our society has put a premium on one single aspect of the reading process - letters & sounds (or phonics). This has given the impression that 5, 4 or even 3-year-olds can become proficient readers but there is a myriad of psychological and neurological evidence that emphatically refutes th... more
  • Your Way There (To Being Fully Alive)

    by Gretta Keene (author) William Murray (illustrator)
    Your Way There is an illustrated self-guided course in psychotherapy, offering approachable mindfulness tools to build a happy, satisfying, and meaningful life. In this book, client stories and anecdotes from the author’s own journey are brought to life with over one hundred full-color illustrations—interweaving concepts for the mind with stories that speak to the heart.
  • How Not to Be My Patient: A Physician's Secrets for Staying Healthy and Surviving Any Diagnosis

    by Edward T. Creagan, MD, with Sandra Wendel

    Esteemed Mayo Clinic physician and cancer specialist addresses how to be an empowered patient. Updated third edition includes vital information on how COVID changed the healthcare landscape, why providers are under stress, how to navigate the electronic medical record and patient portal, and why patients should take charge of their health in a changing healthcare delivery system.

  • Rooted in Decency: Finding inner peace in a world gone sideways

    by Colleen Bryant

    What happened to common decency? And how do we move forward to cooperation and kindness? Take a quick scan of the headlines and… wow.

    From disrespect to elaborate deceptions, it’s easy to question whether indecency has taken root in our society. Some people are doing what they think is “right” while others are wondering how they could do something so terribly, morally “wrong.” It can make you wonder: Do we even share common values anymore? Rooted... more

  • The Adjacent Possible: Evolve Your Art. From Blank Canvas To Prolific Artist. (The Art Of The Possible Series Book 2)

    by Nancy Hillis
    The Science of Creativity. The Art of the Possible. Being an artist is about continually evolving your art. It’s about cultivating your fullest self-expression and getting to the elusive deepest work your heart yearns to create. This is a revolutionary method influenced by groundbreaking research in biology and physics to guide you to embrace the unfolding of your art. Every brushstroke, every decision in your art, creates a set of possible paths that were not only invisible before, b... more
  • Being Happy Matters

    by Peter Jennings
    Peter Jennings, author of several non-fiction books, now brings to life 37 remarkable profiles on happiness from around the world, demonstrating that being happy matters.
  • EVERYTHING is a F*cking STORY

    by Martin Grunburg
    Since the dawn of civilization, the world's greatest thinkers have agreed upon a single, powerful truth. James Allen said: “You are today where your thoughts have brought you; you will be tomorrow where your thoughts take you.” The Buddha put it like this: “We are shaped by our thoughts; we become what we think.” Marcus Aurelius observed, “Your happiness depends upon the quality of your thoughts.” It turns out that the human thought process is far more elaborate and efficient than originally ... more
  • The Dark Kingdom 108 Monsters Within: A key to the Kingdom

    by Malakhiyah Waters
    This guide helps the reader transcend their understanding of the universe and how everything shares a balanced connection, right down to an individual's emotional state. 108 Monsters Within teaches the reader truths of emotional states, also known as the 108 states of ego, or 108 to defilements of the soul. I refer to the 108 as emotional energetic entities, these are the biblical demons that sit on your shoulder and whisper in your ear. I share how to not only recognize when these states... more
  • The Universal Playing Field: Wheels and Cogs of our Verse Shattering the Illusion (The Karmatic Diet Series)

    by Malakhiyah Waters
    The Universal Playing Field, essentially a book of threads, is a journey of discovery into the threads that weave the tapestry of the verses. This book explicates, through an in-depth analysis, the micro and macro of creation in its expansion and contraction, bringing to light a deep understanding of the underlying language and coding of the omniverse. I break down some of the many kingdoms, realms, planes and dimensions in a relatable manner that is easily understood. With a deep exploration... more
  • The Hidden Secret of Quotes

    by Mwanandeke Kindembo
    The author has presented us with the book of quotes. The book is composed of 222 quotes. All of them are his own quotes that he has been writing for the past years, even before he published his first book in 2019. The book is therefore, filled with concrete ideas of achieving freedom, equality, brotherhood and finding peace in life. Apart from that, the reader will be met with some quotes on politics, philosophy, love, motivation, success, science, attraction and even religious ones. Showing how... more
  • Treatise Upon The Misconceptions of Narcissism

    by Mwanandeke Kindembo
    As the title suggests, this treatise deals with the emotional side of the human being rather than the intellectual. The author focused on demonstrating several scenarios of narcissistic behaviours in our societies, or in our daily lives. It is without doubt that, we often come in contact with the people who have been the victims of narcissists. This small treatise examined the narcissistic characteristics in great details. That is to say, narcissism come in different forms and shapes. We can be ... more
  • Full: Overcoming our Eating Disorders to Fully Live

    by Melissa Kelley
    Growing up in the digital age, with the pressures of social media and increasingly competitive academics, Alayna’s perfectionism started early in life. She began to despise her body after a pre-teen wellness check when the physician told her to “lay off the snacks” and watch her weight. At age 16, Alayna was diagnosed with anorexia. She was three weeks from being sent to an in-patient treatment center when she decided to take charge of her life. Plagued with body dysmorphia beginning at six y... more
  • In Tandem: Pedaling Through Midlife on a Bicycle Built for Two

    by Szifra Birke
    An amusing and insightful memoir about building a new relationship. The authors’ new tandem bike challenges their fitness, their negotiation skills, and their ability to become a team as these two very different individuals strive to assemble a relationship on the debris of multiple divorces, breakups, and a death. In Tandem easily shifts gears between the couple’s efforts to understand and support each other emotionally and the mechanics of learning to ride a bicycle that demands cooperation.... more
  • About Alcohol: How the H3LL do I drink responsibly?

    by Tristan Mowrey
    In our everyday lives, alcohol is everywhere served at holiday celebrations, advertised on billboards, and sitting in our kitchen cabinets. Drinking can be a lot of fun. But why does it sometimes turn into a problem? And what does it mean to drink responsibly? I want to share my experience and the wisdom God has imparted to me regarding alcohol consumption. I believe that every person was intended to be able to drink and be merry. Jesus’ first miracle was changing water into wine. If God did not... more