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  • Common Sense for Our Common Good: A Parent Guide to Good Schools

    by Jim Baumann
    Common Sense For Our Common Good: A Parent Guide To Good Schools is about how you, as a parent, can most effectively support your child and your child's school. That takes both individual passion and collective commitment. But it also takes some basic knowledge about what a good school, public or private, looks and feels like. Supporting your child and your child's school is not just the right thing to do but also the most sensible and productive thing to do. Education is a thoughtful and pruden... more
  • When Your Child Discloses Sexual Abuse: A Step-By-Step Guide for Parents

    by Chris Schopen
    This quick, easy-to-read book is meant to guide parents and adults through the process of what to do and how to deal with a child's sexual abuse disclosure. The scope of this book allows the reader to better understand the process of disclosing abuse, the systems who may become involved after a disclosure is made, and how to begin the healing process, both individually and as a family. Specific, helpful resources have been included in the book to assist parents and adults in effectively supporti... more
  • I'll Love You Even More

    by Marybeth Bluhm
    A message for the parent: When I was expecting my twins, I wrote a poem for my eldest son, who was eight at the time. This book is adapted from that poem. This is a story of love and reassurance for your first-born child when a new baby is on the way. This book will help you show your child that they still mean the world to you, and that the addition of a new baby won?t diminish the love you have for them, it will just make it stronger.
  • The Physician of the Future Maximilian Bircher-Benner ISBN9783906089072

    by Andres Bircher
    Dr. M.Bircher-Benner ISBN:9783906089072 This book by the ingenuous physician and pioneer of a scientifically based natural medicine is still highly relevant today. In his clinic, he has treated thousands of people from around the world to heal their chronic ailments considered incurable. It demonstrates the biographical path from a well-trained physician to a “new physician” who in every-day practice has recognized a totally new holistic view of a person, their biology and their soul. This is... more
  • Bircher-Benner Manual 10, Manual for patients with rheumatism and arthritis

    by Andres Bircher
    Manual for patients with rheumatism and arthritis This handbook is based on the knowledge and experience acquired over decades at the world-famous Bircher-Benner Clinic, today’s Bircher-Benner Medical Centre, a cutting-edge medical healing centre. It is aimed at giving you, as a patient, all the information necessary to help you on the path to recovery and to prevent a recurrence of your illness. This book will also enable you to understand its causes on a scientific basis and gibes useful prac... more
  • Le donneur vivant: transplantation de rein et de foie

    by Vincent Bettschart Vincent Bettschart

    Vincent Bettschart, chirurgien FMH basé à Lausanne, présente "Le donneur vivant", un tour d'horizon des meilleures pratiques pour les transplantations du foie et des reins. S'agissant d'une opération délicate, Vincent Bettschart rassemble l'ensemble des opinions médicales sur le sujet et propose une approche basée sur les chances de survie et d'amélioration à moyen terme.

  • Overcoming and avoiding illness, WTF?

    by James lilley
    With a refreshingly original approach to wellness, everything you need to know has been stripped down, simplified and then rebuilt amid a tightly crafted backdrop of empathy and common sense. It’s neatly presented, alive with insight, and even carries a delicate hint of British humor. Based on six years of comprehensive research, this isn’t just another hyped up health book to look good sitting on the shelf, it’s an empowering problem-solving tool. It’s all in here waiting for you, offeri... more
  • Forest Lungs: A Poem

    by Andrew G. Zubinas
    Forest Lungs: A Poem
  • A Resilient Life, learning to thrive, not just survive, with rheumatoid arthritis

    by Kat Elton
    RESILIENT LIFE, learning to Thrive, not just survive with rheumatoid arthritis is a book for people who experience this disease themselves, or vicariously through a loved one. It is also a book about how to live well, regardless of your circumstance. It’s most especially for those people who have come to realize that when it comes to rheumatoid arthritis, and any chronic illness, there are no easy answers. In fact most of the time there are no right or wrong answers, just a lot of tough questio... more
  • Nourish: Ayurveda-inspired 21-day Detox

    by Stephanie Hrehirchuk
    It's more than a detox; it's a daily self-care ritual. Nourish was inspired by one of our world’s most ancient and comprehensive sciences: Ayurveda. India's 5000 year-old science of life and sister science of yoga provides the wisdom needed to restore balance naturally. The 21-day program is infused with elegant Ayurvedic practices. It is designed to help you create a daily self-care ritual that nourishes body, mind and spirit.
  • Raising the Bipolar Child: The Comprehensive Guide for Parents

    by Scott Carroll, MD
    There was a 40 fold increase in the diagnosis of Pediatric Bipolar Disorder between 1995 and 2005 spurred by early researchers promoting the "explosiveness" sign. Newer research has debunked the explosiveness theory, but the rate of new diagnosis has remained disturbingly high. So what is a parent to do if their psychiatrist says their child might have Bipolar disorder and wants to start heavy duty medication with serious side effects? This book will guide parents through the frightening proc... more
  • 9780997815269

    by Kenneth Schwarz, Ph.D.
    Die(t) Trying, a new book by the psychologist, Kenneth Schwarz, Ph.D., is a character-driven form of weight loss self-help. The book is staged as a murder mystery in which the reader immerses herself in the psychological lives of women who have trouble losing weight.
  • Origin & Insertion Charts for Massage Therapists

    by Thomas Vas-Don
    This book was written to make it easier to understand the principals of massage, anatomy, trigger points, and referral pain patterns. In this book, you will see the body broken down into sections from origin and insertions, range of motion, to pain referral patterns with pictures. This book was designed for students, but it will be a great benefit and addition to everyone.
  • Autonomic Intelligence: Pathway to the Pulsatile Self and Sustainable Health

    by John Alton

    In Autonomic Intelligence: Pathway to the Pulsatile Self and Sustainable Health, wellness entrepreneur and innovator John Alton introduces readers to concepts and practices that enhance “Autonomic Intelligence” or AuI: the ability to build and stockpile health by working the autonomic nervous system. Alton helps readers expand their AuI by providing a fully illustrated, concise, and understandable overview of the relationship between the autonomic nervous system and the cardiovasc... more

  • Conversations with Your Child: Suggestions for Parents - How to Have Meaningfull Talks Through Every Stage of Your Childs Life

    Conversations with Your Child offers suggestions for parents on how to communicate with their children through all the stages of growth. Developmental and cognitive information is shared from respected experts: Eriksen and Piaget. Sample conversations are presented.
  • SoP Services

    by Beth Red

    Those who need to write a statement of purpose for graduate school are probably very young and have never done it before. This makes it extremely difficult for them to know exactly what they need to do and how to do it properly. The only way you can be confident in your statement of purpose for graduate school is to get a little bit of help from professionals, and there is no better place to get it than on our website! Just a couple of clicks and you can get any type of expert help from editi... more