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  • Cultivating the Souls of Parents: Facing our Brokenness; Embracing His Likeness

    by Tina Webb
    The journey of raising kids is difficult. No one ever told you that raising kids would uncover your insecurities and magnify your weaknesses. Parenting uncovers the need for God--His strength and encouragement even when you fail. Gain insight as the Holy Spirit directs you in prayer, scripture-reading, and quietness to nurture your wellbeing. Author Tina Webb hopes you laugh more than cringe as she shares stories of her life as a mom of six kids.
  • Fildena 100

    by Ronald Voyles

    Fildena 100 - Innovation in Erectile Dysfunction Treatment

    If you think you have an Erectile Dysfunction, an excellent first step is to talk with your doctor. We suggest the best ED Pills Fildena 100. Erectile Dysfunction is very common. Erectile Dysfunction or impotence means you can't get an erection, as they are expressed by prominent and known drug manufacturer Fortune Healthcare Pvt Ltd. It can also mean you are not satisfied a... more

  • What I Wish I Knew About Money

    by Peri Scott
    Learn the things I wish I had known when I was thrust into the capitalist world. So many people enter the workplace sadly under-prepared to deal with money and finances. There are so many really cool ways to build wealth, but they all require you to know some basic things first.
  • More Pre-1949 Acupuncture

    by Andrew Mcpherson
    a continuation of my first book "Pre 1949 Acupuncture" that looks at the more modern history of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine shows how Acupuncture etc. has radically changed and for what reasons.
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    by Court Nederveld
    The Author receives disturbing news. His PSA scores are climbing, a precursor to possible prostate cancer. He discovers that the path from this information to a solution is mysterious and never a straight line. The diagnosis is confirmed, prostate cancer. Where to go from here? A crash research project unveils a perplexing mix of possible treatment actions. The concluding results of these treatments all point to positive cancer outcomes. However there is another side to the issue that soon b... more
  • Is Wig Glue is Safe For Your Hair? Explain Some Precautions

    by Aimee Lafond

    What is a wig glue? What is the difference between natural hair and wig glue? How do you tell the difference between a wig glue residue from natural hair and a residue from a wig glue made from synthetic glue?

    Type of Wig Glue:

    There are many different types of wig glue. Some are made from all-natural ingredients and some are made from synthetic ingredients. There are two main types: the hair glue which is generally made from plants such as aloe and the glue w... more

  • Easier to See Jeong (Love) Leaving than Arriving

    by "MJ" Cho
    The beauty of a proverb rests in its simplicity. Anyone can use them as they see fit and refine them as they grow older with newer wisdom. \tA collection of essays, Easier to See Jeong (Love) Leaving than Arriving, introduces 100 Korean proverbs and their meanings, placing an emphasis on how universal these messages are in both Eastern and Western cultures. Though gentle and often humorous, these proverbs, derived from the everyday experience and lives of Korean ancestors, offer the time-test... more

    by Raj Fernandes

    Quitting smoking doesn’t have to be intimidating.

    Having smoked for over 40 years, I had tried all sorts of methods of quitting. But no matter what I tried, the cravings would always return to haunt me. All attempts to overcome cravings failed until I discovered a simple technique that helped me get the better of them. The secret turned out to be my own mind. So, I practiced observing the onset of cravings in a curious, mindful way. This helped me acknowledge the presence of ... more

  • Breaking Bipolar

    by Troy Steven
    Breaking Bipolar is an empowering self-help book with clear, detailed instructions on how to create a powerful battle plan to Break the hold bipolar disorder has on your life, and eliminate bipolar episodes for good.
  • Homeschool Happily!

    by Laura Kronen
    Forget all of your preconceived notions about homeschooling. The world is changing, and home-educating your child is the way of the future. Are you thinking of homeschooling, but do not know where to begin? Have you been homeschooling for a while and are looking for a new strategy? Are you questioning whether you have the ability, the time, or the patience to homeschool? Do you wonder how your children will adjust to a home-based education? It’s all simpler than you think! This cheek... more
  • Too Sweet: The Not-So-Serious Side to Diabetes

    by Laura Kronen
    Life is hardly sugary sweet when you’re a card-carrying member of the diabetic club—whether you’re diagnosed with the disease yourself or have a loved one who is. But if laughter is the best medicine, then Too Sweet is just what the doctor ordered: a candid, humorous, and empathetic guide to living with diabetes, written by a life coach with twenty seven years of experience as a type 1 diabetic. Born with a hatred of needles and a love of sweets, Laura Kronen shares a wide variety of perso... more
  • Outside Mental Health: Voices and Visions of Madness

    by Will Hall
    KIRKUS REVIEWS: An expansive set of interviews and essays that offer a unique perspective on mental health. Hall, a professional therapist, a former psychiatric patient, and the author of Harm Reduction Guide to Coming Off Psychiatric Drugs (2011), has been interviewing patients and therapists on his Valley Free Radio show, “Madness Radio,” for a decade. This book assembles more than 60 of those interviews with patients, therapists, and mental health activists who share their very personal an... more
  • Life with C

    by Damián Guede
    In 2011, C was born. Since then, I have witnessed her growth, his learning and I have spent amazing moments by her side. Some of those moments made up Life with C. Interestingly, I have also witnessed (not always being aware of it, I´m afraid) my own growth and learning by being by her side and the rest of the people around us (mainly C's mother). Anyway, I've done it from the only position I'm entitled to: that of a father. I'm still not very clear about how to define that word, after almost... more
  • Happily Ever After

    by Andreas Wagner
    Do you know the feeling when you’re practically glued to your screen and your brain is screaming “One more episode!” even though it’s 3 a. m.? Are you someone who can’t start their day without a cup of coffee or end it without a glass of wine? Have you ever noticed that you go shopping whenever you feel sad or lonely – not when you actually need new things? Many addictions appear innocent at first. What’s so bad about spending a few hours scrolling Facebook and reading random arguments... more
  • Why do I need a family dentist?

    by Marie-Lara Wietch

    Dental issues can crop up anytime within a family. Having a family dentist that attends and addresses all the dental problems of your family is a great idea. It simplifies your dental care regimen. A family dentist will treat everyone in your family- from the toddler to the young ones, you, and the elders in the family.

    Why choose a family ... more