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by Alex KAre you ready to change your life to be happier and waking up with a zest for life every day? Then this book Light up your soul is for you. Fasten your seat belt as this book is transforming your life into happiness in a creative way. This book teaches you how to use mixed media art with an easy to follow, step-by-step guide that makes being creative daily fun and heals you at the same time. It only requires one happy hour a day.
by Ben ArogundadeAuthor Ben Arogundade embarks upon an eventful journey through the world of online dating apps. Along the way he offers singles the secrets and best practices they need to know to boost the quality of their matches, and presents the latest strategies, research-based guidelines and innovations to take their online profiles to new levels of excellence.
by K.E. HansenK.E. Hansen takes readers on an enlightening excursion of scripture in her work The Soul's Journey Into Light." BlueInk Reviews. This groundbreaking book brings an inspiring, transformative, biblically based commentary on Revelation that will help you reach your soul's destiny. The Soul's Journey Into Light brings profound spiritual truths, revealing an inner level of Revelation, that "is a divine blueprint for your life to help you dismantle any barriers to fulfilling your life purpose and unc... more
by Anece F. McCloudThis book is a memoir written by an African American woman who grew up in the rural South during the late 1930s and1940s. Being poor and having to confront three types of prejudices?racial, color within the Negro race (some perpetrated by her own relatives), and poverty?affected her self-esteem and feelings of self-worth. She dreamed of being a different person, and in at least one instance while in grade school, she tried to change her personal appearance in a nonsensible manner that could have... more
by Christian CamposBeginning your new acting career in Hollywood can be a challenging journey, but with ACTING TODAY you can take the right steps to develop your skills and achieve your goals to be a successful performer. Christian Campos, Los Angeles native and professional, bilingual actor and model, shares the details of the business and breaks down over fifteen years of industry knowledge, techniques - as well as experience in film, television, commercials, and print campaigns. This book offers insights on ACT... more
Secret of Healthy Hair : Your Complete Food & Lifestyle Guide for Healthy Hair with Season Wise Diet Plans and Hair Care Recipesby La FonceurIf you are seeking a permanent solution to your hair problems, then Secret of Healthy Hair is for you! Hair problems are something that everyone experiences at some point. They can severely hurt one's self-confidence. What you eat, how you feel and how well you take care of your hair hugely affect your hair's health and growth. Different people have different hair problems, but what causes these problems? Why can't some people grow their hair after a certain length? How can you influence your ... more
by Acamea Deadwiler
Single, that does not mean broken, lonely, or desperate. Even if for extended periods, being single does not mean that you are hard to love. These are a few of the myths that Single That puts to rest while empowering women to refuse being defined by whether or not we have a significant other.
Whether dating, divorced, in a relationship, or learning how to be alone, you will receive an empathetic yet assertive nudge toward the belief that yo... more
by Robert BrownYOUR BEST LIFE IS IN REACH Your best life requires your best decisions. To do that you must be independent of outside forces and develop your own perspective. Human performance consultant Bob Brown shows you the way. To be the best you, you must acquire your own wisdom, not everyone else's. Personal Wisdom answers critical questions about life and provides unique skills and ideas for you to live yours. Achieve personal wisdom and the ability to better connect with others. Discover these... more
by June RoussoWritten for both bullies and their victims, I Don’t Want to Bully Anymore helps bullies to build confidence and character strengths like kindness, self-regulation, social intelligence, perspective along with others. Twenty-four character strengths are presented based upon the VIA Institute on Character classification. I Don’t Want to Bully Anymore is written as a young person’s anti-bullying guide and is presented in a colorful and poetic style to engage readers. Thought-provoking questions ... more
by Bob Rich, Ph.D.Depression to Contentment: A self-therapy guide is a course of therapy in your pocket. You can be your own therapist in changing the way you see yourself and your world. This saves lots of money, and is 100% confidential. The book starts with first aid, gives an understanding of the nature and causes of suffering, instructs you in research-based techniques for dealing with your problems, and finally teaches you an actual cure for depression. Reviewer Theresa Hortley: “All of Bob's novels I've ... more
by Aidan McNallyLayman's Handbook, in life. Simple tools to change how we live. we can consider it that we struggle in life or we find day to day life a little difficult at times. Layman's Handbook, a journey to self, takes a look at life scenarios and simple tools to practice and reinforce ourselves to achieve and reach more times of contentment, a clear view at what or how we are molded by society. there is no feeling or thought that can completely consume us.
by Debra L. ButterfieldPart memoir, part devotional, readers will find a friend and confidant to share their journey of healing. Written in a quick to read format, this is godly and practical advice readers can apply immediately. Speaks directly to the mother seeking to help her abused child, yet also aching to heal the wound of her own heart.
by Mary McDermottI wrote this book for all the sexually abused girls and boys out there. I too, was a victim. I didn't go to therapy till I was in my forties and luckily I found a woman, who after our first session, asked me if I had been sexually abused "in that way" starting me on the path to healing. She was a wonderful woman and has since passed on to heaven. She also told me I had angels watching over me when I was a child, which I somehow intuitively knew. I would love to talk with each and everyone of you... more
by Jane H. GoldmanDo you remember that moment you looked in the mirror and didn’t recognize the face? Do you feel like time is flying by and you’re caught in its wings? This honest, straight from the soul book, will resonate with every woman who’s struggled with growing older. A witty and sharp observer of life, Jane H. Goldman reveals her fears and thoughts about growing older and freeing herself from the expectations of others. She looks within and realizes how often she lived her life being what others wanted ... more
by Peter LawrenceThe Happy Minimalist is an easy read that is both timely and timeless. Written by someone who actually lives the life he advocates and consequently enjoys the many benefits of it. The author walked away from a well paying job well before the normal retirement age. He does not depend on any drugs — prescribed or otherwise. These and many more are the benefits of being a minimalist.
by Kevin William Grant
This volume is the companion guide for the "Recovering From Workplace PTSD Audiobook". This guide supplements the audiobook with additional context and detail. The ""Recovering from Workplace PTSD Audiobook"" paired with this ""Companion Guide"" will unpack contemporary workplace realities, educate you about PTSD, and help you build your personalized recovery plan for transformation and recovery. The core purposes of this recovery program are ... more