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Health, Diet & Parenting
by Andrea Marcellus5 Simple Strategies For Living Your Best Life Most “diet books” make it sound so easy: do this, do that, lose weight, keep it off, have a fabulous life. The end. But we all know that fitness isn’t some story with a tidy ending. It’s a journey where the toughest step is the first and the destination seems to be a club where only the genetically blessed, athletically gifted and ferociously disciplined get to be lifetime members. If only there was a way for the rest of us to make the journey to ... more
by Rachael T. ReitonThe guide for parents who want to help their children become better readers but don't know where to start.
by Rachael Tilley ReitonMarley the big dog loves squirrels and people food (especially sugary, sweet, people food). One day, quite by accident, Marley discovers he loves—VEGETABLES!
by Carolyn Merchant and Chris MerchantUS REVIEW OF BOOKS, Michael Radon theusreview.com/reviews/The-Origin-of-Disease-by-Carolyn-Merchant-JD-and-Christopher-Merchant-MD.html#.XLBmAehKi5o Containing exciting information and thought, this book could help people find ways to improve or avoid diseases that can dramatically alter lives. This book challenges a lot of accepted thinking in Western medicine, but all truly impactful ideas have to shatter the old to move [thought] forward. [T]he authors identify a pattern of the root causes of... more
by Carol LopezCarol Lopez shares her raw and real experiences which shows how experiences from childhood can hold us back in adulthood. Never feeling like she was good enough, abandonment issues affected her self-esteem which resulted in decisions and behaviors that lead to a painful life. She spent her life on a journey of healing and recovery. This book offers comprehensive tools that provide how-to exercises to become more self-aware, get out of the "muck," and move forward in life. She believes you can li... more
by Miranda WatsonPTSD is a very serious condition that affects many veterans and other individuals. It can have an impact on the entire family, including the children. This book follows a little boy and his Mommy to explain what PTSD is to a child. It aids in building empathy for the condition and opens the door to helpful conversations.
by Miranda WatsonPTSD is a very serious condition that affects many veterans and other individuals. It can have an impact on the entire family, including the children.This book follows a little girl and her Daddy to explain what PTSD is to a child. It aids in building empathy for the condition and opens the door to helpful conversations.
by holistic bodyworx
The Five Elements and Yoga
The five elements are earth. Yoga and the five components dictate that they have a place in our body and they have a place in the universe. Pilates classes Mississauga
Integrating the five components and yoga is important to our mind, body, and wellbeing as the elements would be the framework for virtually everything and our physique.
Seasons relate to the elements, dishes, (co... more
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by Julie HornokA diagnosis of autism can rock a family's world. The toll it takes on everyone involved can be one of isolation; a child who doesn't respond to the world around them, a parent who gives dedication, patience and love often with no expressible love given back. It's a messy equation with huge emotional and financial costs. As a mother of a daughter with autism, Julie Hornok has experienced her fair share of these parenting challenges, and now brings together thirty inspiring and heartfelt stories f... more
by Justine Avery
Taking the taboo out of POO!
Everybody poops—it’s true! It’s time to blow the door right off the bathroom, and shine a light on what happens on the loo.
For the little ones just discovering the contents of their diapers and nappies, the bigger ones needing reassurance that their most mysterious bodily function is as natural as can be, and the biggest ones who still hold a fondness for toilet humor, Everybody Poops! is piled hig... more
by Brennen McKenzieWhether online or in the local pet store, there is a bewildering variety of pet healthcare products and services to choose from. Diets and supplements, ancient herbs and folk remedies, and even high-tech treatments like hyperbaric oxygen tanks and laser therapy. Everything promises to give your pet better health and a longer life, and isn’t that what every pet owner wants? But how do you know if all of these products do what they claim? Do they work? Are they safe? If they really are miracul... more