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  • Therapy Without A Therapist: A DIY Guide to Good Mental Health & Growth

    by Avigail Abarbanel
    A lot of people wonder what therapy can actually offer them and for good reasons. Psychotherapy is still a mystery to many. Therapists can be vague about what they do and often cannot explain it. And in any case, is talking always helpful? What happens when you open a big can of worms and make yourself vulnerable in front of a stranger but then have to carry on with your day-to-day life? When you don't know what therapy is, how do you even begin to choose an approach that is the right one for y... more
  • What, Why, & How?

    by Robert Wheeler, PhD
    At one time or another, most of us have wondered what is the reason for existence, why I am here struggling to make a living, to be comfortable and happy, and how best to do it. These basic questions usually get submerged because of more immediate questions about meeting daily needs, but they are still there in the recesses of the subconscious mind. There they can create a nebulous feeling of dissatisfaction or can boil up at an inconvenient time. Today’s media, politicians, and educators with t... more
  • Growing from Depression: A Gentle Self-Help Guide

    by Neel Burton
    This is a book about how depression can have benefits as well as costs, and how to reap those benefits while making yourself feel better—better, in fact, than ever before.
  • Uncensored: A guide to putting on your big girl panties

    by Theresa Tirk
    Uncensored is a self-help memoir about a recovering people-pleaser who finally learns some self-love. I was born into a world of alcoholism, drug addiction, chaos and dysfunction of a teenage mother. It never changed. I grew up in an atmosphere of learning how to survive through people-pleasing. In my late teen years, I started down the same destructive path that I learned from the adults in my life. I was searching for something that I could never seem to find. Early twenties, I met the love of... more
  • Ignite the Hunger in You: How to Develop Your Greatness and Ignite Humanity

    by JB Owen
    Do you have a passion burning within to go after your dreams and fulfill your greatest desires? Are you looking to live with purpose and define what is most important to you? If you are ready to step into the next chapter of your life with clarity, conviction, and the kind of hunger that will propel you forward, Ignite The Hunger In You is a book created to do just that! The number one motivational speaker on the planet, Les Brown, and the number one publisher in empowerment publishing, JB... more
  • Get A G.R.I.P.: Gratitude, Responsibility, Improvement, & Positivity

    by Richard Leo Hunt
    When something in your life seems to be slipping, then get a GRIP. Through Gratitude, Responsibility, Improvement, and Positivity, you can take back control and get back on track to being your best self.
  • Advice of an Old Man

    by Winfred Henson
    Your life is a fast moving, complex series of important choices and decisions. Wouldn’t it be great if you could just cut through the noise and get straight to the answers? “Advice of an Old Man,” attempts to tease out your heart’s true stance by asking a lot of sensible questions on over fifty of life’s pertinent topics, then pointing out a proven way. Always ready with a question, a hypothetical scenario, or an historical example, this book takes the reader across most sides of the is... more
  • The New Face of Grief

    by Katie Rössler
    It’s time to change how we understand grief. Grief is not only a reaction to death and loss, but also a natural part of life. Once embraced, it can help you transform into a more powerful version of yourself. By leaning in to the transformative process of grief, Katie Rössler normalizes a topic society doesn’t discuss enough. One that when ignored, can lead to addiction, disconnection from loved ones, and increased stress. Within these pages, Katie provides indispensable tools of suppor... more
  • Heart Value

    by Mary Tess Rooney

    Have you ever felt undervalued, overlooked or unappreciated? Are you successful by societies standards, but feel deflated inside? Are you settling for less than you deserve? Do you desire success, happiness and recognition?

    If your heart longs for more but you don’t know how to achieve it, Heart Value is the path for you. This book empowers you to honor your truth as you make choices and take actions to elevate your value, relationships, fulfillment and joy. Thro... more

  • Resilient Women: Reclaimed Power: Trading Our Pain For Purpose

    by Nina Stewart
    Resilient Women: Reclaimed Power is filled with stories of triumph, resilience, and empowerment. 12 women from different walks of life share their stories and speak their truth. Each woman’s story is different but speaks about how they bounced back from adversity reclaiming Power by sharing their stories in hopes of helping other women move forward and heal so they can also become the polished, poised, and powerful women they were created to be. The courageous women of this anthology series unde... more
  • Slaying the Onion

    by Eric Ballestero
    In Slaying the Onion, April dares readers to decide they are worth the investment, time, and challenge of removing layers so they can discover their unique recipe for reaching their ideal destination. And she encourages them to pursue community as a means of removing isolation as they begin the process of aligning themselves with others who also need and want support to discover their highest potential.
  • Run to the Pain

    by Dr Robert Lewis Evans III
    In Run towards the Pain, Dr. Evans shows you how you prolong your healing by running away from your pain. For those of you who have “conditioned” yourself to manage pain by ignoring it with the hopes that time will heal it, please don’t be shocked to learn that you have only given that pain permission to operate in your life using unanticipated methods. Dr. E. exposes the tricks pain will use to control you! Learn how to “recondition” your maladaptive approach to pain management and begin to ... more
  • Unbroken Spirit, The True Story of an Inspirational Journey from Tragedy to Triumph

    by Stephen Ruthenberg
    A true story, that made national news in 2006, about a woman overcoming seemingly insurmountable adversity as she shares her perspective and the lessons she learned.
  • Lady and the Tribe, How to Create Empowering Friendship Circles

    by Brenda Billings Ridgley
    Wives, mothers, and career women have all fallen victim to the silent epidemic that is, literally . . . letting ourselves go. Little by little, we have allowed our preferences, interests, and individuality to slip away until we no longer recognize ourselves outside of our role as wives, mothers, or professionals. Who we are has become what we do. Our friendships have become the casualty of a “busy life” and lack consistency and depth. How do we fill this empty space? The answer lies in our Tri... more
  • Screenwriting for Storytellers How to Take Your Story From Idea to Script

    by SherLann D. Moore

    Are you a writer who wants to learn screenwriting?

    Author and Screenwriter S.D. Moore developed a simple process to show storytellers how to turn a story into a script. The book delivers lessons in basic screenplay structure plus, bonus features like quizzes, writer's block removal and brain boosting exercises, writing drills, pitch deck training and more. You'll also get S.D. Moore's cash award winning autobiographic dramatic script, Stronger When She's Broken. Screenwr... more

  • Soldier On!

    by Sgt. Nate Griffin
    SOLDIER ON! I am a soldier. I was trained for this. I am a warrior. I am prepared for this. I am more than a conqueror. I will beat this. I am victorious. I will stand tall and strong. My shoulders are upright. My head is held high. My feet are grounded. My body is at the ready. I am a leader. I lead by example. I am attentive to detail. I have razor like focus. My emotions are in check. My mind is in check. My attitude is in check. My heart is in check. My support system is standing guard. My l... more

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