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Self-Help & Relationships
by Jason B. CunninghamUnlike many traditional quote books, this captivating collection represents the author’s own words as opposed to famous people’s words. Get ready to open up wider your heart to love with greater focus and your eyes to see more of life’s blessings and dilemmas as you engage in this philosophical journey guided by hundreds of original quotes.
by Marvin PetselGrieving widowers are told all the wrong things: Pull yourself together. Be strong. Don't cry. If your wife has died and you have heard these words, or ones like them, this book is for you. Written in a conversational way by someone who has suffered the pain of grief, it includes topics that provide both comfort and understanding of: a. Ways to deal with men's mourning and grief. b. Stories from other grieving widowers. c. Ideas to help overcome loneliness and sleeplessness. d. Methods to work t... more
by Richmond DonkorWhat makes a woman a dream wife? Is it her appearance, her Career, her wealth, her fame, her spiritual life, her Social life, and her talents? I do believe with all my heart that every woman can be a dream wife. Men and women who marry usually love each other deeply, but that love too often transforms into anger and frustration, which leads in turn to separation and divorce. In such cases, something in the relationship was amiss—some problem that ought to have been prevented or addressed in orde... more
by Valerie HarmsThis book enables readers to confidently choose the right path when up against many choices in their lives. It provides exercises on relationships, work, and health that uncover the spiritual wisdom rooted in the individual’s soul. It offers both inspiration and memoir.
by Linda StahnkeIntentional Parenting is all about choosing your path, planning what to train into your children and how to go about it. It is the opposite of simply reacting to whatever comes up. It is the opposite of going with the cultural flow that surrounds your family. It is choosing to set yourself and your child(ren) up for success as adults and as believers in Christ. •\tSETTING FAMILY GOALS •\tDEALING WITH ANGER OR REBELLION •\tTEACHING RESPECT •\tWHAT CHILDREN NEED TO LEARN BEFORE THEY LEAVE H... more
by Mary T. Wagner
After a hard fall from a tall horse landed the author in a body cast for three months, she didn't take it as a sign to ease back on the throttle. Instead she changed careers, went to law school, became a criminal prosecutor, and bought her first set of spike heels.
by Terrance TykeemThere will be 500,000 babies born this year in the United States alone that will be sexually molested before the age of 18 (http://cachouston.org/child-sexual-abuse-facts). This means there are more than 42 million adult survivors of child sexual abuse in the U.S.( Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2006). Children of every gender, age, race, ethnicity, background, socioeconomic status and family structure are at risk. It isn’t strangers our children have to fear… Most child sexual abus... more
by Carol WhitakerRidiculously Happy! Book Blurb: In this ground-breaking book, Carol Whitaker will show you exactly how you can tap into your God-given power to use the Laws of the Universe to your advantage and claim your Divine Birthright. Ridiculously Happy! is a comprehensive book written for women (and men) to empower them to truly transform their lives from the inside out. This book is a step by step guide on what to do, to bring about both the internal and external life that you want. Like your own per... more
by joan l. ramirezThe story of one young girl's struggles as an Autistic Learner that shows we can all learn but in different ways.