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by KIMBERLY MORROWWords to live by teaches the reader step by step on how to over come lives challenges by incorporating basic self healing techniques. It focuses on connecting to our center through self help activities that focus on connecting the mind, body, and spirit.
by Karyn RashoffTake the drama and frustration out of high school and homework! 19, 602 parents conferences and 33 years of dedicated service as a high school guidance counselor taught author Karyn Rashoff specific behaviors for school success that parents and students can use at home. 53 "stories" from teens, parents, teachers, coaches and guidance professionals in the trenches illustrate what to do and what NOT to do as a teen and a parent! "There is little doubt if most parents would take the time to re... more
by Cynthia PlankerThis book is a clear presentation of two basic approaches to life; the Rationalistic approach (that of the status quo) and the Empirical approach (one in which optimal living is pursued). The reader will quickly recognize the differences between these two approaches, and to which camp they belong. Discover new approaches to everyday activities that will result in experiencing greater quality in life by living as an Empiricist. This book is a journey of self-reflection and challenge. It is fo... more
by Carolyn CJ Jones
From this book, you become able to gain peace and freedom from resentment. Through the use of gratitude, compassion, and forgiveness, peace is generated within you, and is reflected in your outer world; thus, world peace expands and grows. You may see yourself in some aspects of this heart-warming and inspirational tale of the author’s discoveries while on her quest to get beyond a 30-year anger and resentment over childhood, and an unrequited love that shattered her heart. In the autho... more
by Julia L F Goldstein, PhD
Have you heard that recycling is broken? Let’s fix it. If you want to reduce the amount of waste you generate but aren’t sure where to begin, Rethink the Bins shows you how. The book will help you:
- Understand what happens to waste after the bins leave your curb or building
- Implement best practices for recycling and composting
- Feel empowered to start with small changes that make a difference
- Create SMART goals around waste reduction and r... more
by Chris EnniJust 15 minutes a day will make an enormous difference in your love life. The world needs more love, including yours. Incorporating even a few of these exercises into your daily routine will take you on the course towards love mastery. Here is the truth: Being a loving person is a skill that you can learn because you were born with the capacity to love. But if you don’t use it, you lose it. To gain it back takes exercising that part of yourself that was born to love. 90 Days of Love is ... more
by Leopoldo Fu
Career guide that contains mental tools and knowledge to help knowledge workers improve the way they behave and think inside and outside the workplace for lifelong career success. Learn different ways of thinking as well as understand why people think and behave the way they do. Some mental tools are from the author's own creation and personal experience. Clear examples of how to use each tool are provided, as well as examples of how you can utilize several mental tools together to maximi... more
by Marie Feather
5 chapters, 50 quotes and some words of wisdom. This book takes you on a journey from healing yourself & loving yourself to believing in yourself & chasing your dreams. It’s based on my experience but also on the experience of people around me. I wrote it after overcoming depression. After I managed to fully heal myself, recover and regain belief in my abilities, I felt the need to share my thoughts with people. I sincerely hope that now I can offer this book as a helpful tool to those ... more
by Diane MullenAre you in your 40's? Or somwhere in the realm of mid-life? Or just in a mode where you feel the need to re-evaluate, re-align, and re-boot your life? This book serves as a foundation and inspiration to do exactly that.
by Steven M. Hall, M.D.If you want to find and treat the real causes of the problems youre facing and take your healing to a higher level, then you need to do some work. That means not only striving to change the conditions you currently face but taking steps to change what brought problems or issues into your life in the first place. In other words, treating both the symptoms and the causes will help you get better results than focusing on one or the other. Steven M. Hall, M.D., gives you a blueprint to do both... more
by Enrica MallardFor fifty-five years, Enrica Mallard has lived a private life reflecting and contemplating the idea of who we are, divulging her discoveries, thoughts, feelings, and reflections only with close friends and clients in the past twenty years. In Enlightenment in Suburbia, she shares the wisdom she has gained throughout her lifetime to help you gain greater consciousness and reach your true purpose. Assisting you in your awakening, this book guides, clarifies, inspires, and reminds you who you re... more
by Johnny Cavazos MD
75 million people in this country, or half of the working population, would change jobs or careers in a heartbeat if given the choice. Are you one of them?
Why are we so unhappy in our work lives? Do you feel like you are just trying to survive the daily grind during the week, just so you can get to the weekend? Is it hard for you just getting out of bed so you can get to a job that seems like sheer drudgery? How do we find the spark that seems to be missing in our lives?
We all w... more
by Johnny Cavazos MD
Anxious? Stressed? Confused? Looking for Solutions?
As a practicing physician for twenty years, that is exactly the situation that Johnny Cavazos was in. What stunned and shocked him the most was one inescapable fact. He didn't know what he didn't know.
As he describes it, "The best analogy I can offer is that it's like taking your car to the mechanic to replace a faulty fuel pump and he hands you the keys to a brand new Mercedes Benz and says, "take it, it... more
by Tim GregoryThis book is for people who have social fears and anxiety, who feel bad around others because they are introverted or scared. It is a short book that gives exercise and unique methods to overcome social fear and become a confident person around others. This book can help people facing any scary social situation peacefully and with a lot of confidence.
by Tasha BrooksStruggling with life-altering trauma? Learn how to transform your trauma into triumph. Are you struggling to cope with trauma? Does happiness feel like a thing of the past? Two-time cancer survivor Tasha Brooks will show you not only how to cope with your trauma, but how to thrive because of it. Around the time of her initial diagnosis, Tasha’s career, personal relationships, and her health all came crashing down. The worst setback of all, being diagnosed with thyroid cancer twice in her thir... more
by Samantha ShadWhat happens when avid readers and aspiring writers compose stories? Writing stories transforms their brains and their minds. The Write to Happiness is a miraculous tool that can help readers and writers change their lives in the direction they choose. In her strikingly original writing manual, Samantha Shad teaches them not only how to write great stories, but also how writing will change their life for the better. The process of changing the brain and the process of writing a great story are t... more