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by Roni Askey-DoranDetermined to treat her Bipolar Disorder with love, compassion, awareness, and understanding, instead of prescription medications, Roni Askey-Doran embarks on a treacherous solo mission to salvage her sanity and seek balance in her life. I'm Bipolar And I Know It tells her story; the challenges and triumphs, the fears and failures, the almost insurmountable odds, and her ultimate success in learning to live alongside her mental illness with true inner peace and happiness.
by Isaiah McGeeConfessions of a Therapist – Passages for… Whatever Is Needed, pulls away the curtain from the behavioral conditioning that, subjectively interpreted, forms the constricting narrative that limits one's potential. Confessions is an insightful, empowering and pragmatic series of passages providing potent leverage for navigating intimacy and familial relationships to self-esteem strengthening and accelerating professional success - enabling the freeing of one's unconditioned nature for the fulfillm... more
by Bob Dix
by John MikaelianReality Check: A College Student's Survival Guide is the ONLY college survival guide written by a current college student/young adult. John Mikaelian is a first-generation college student and he transferred to San Diego State University from Los Angeles Valley College for the Fall 2013 semester. After working in the retail industry – a top performer – for over four years, Mr. Mikaelian wanted to share the knowledge and experience he obtained throughout his educational and professional career... more
by Luna LindseyIn 2012, Mormon General Authority Marlin K. Jensen acknowledged that members are leaving the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints "in droves." Access to the internet is often credited and blamed for this mass exodus, where members learn about problematic doctrines and cover-ups of LDS history. Many are happy as Mormons. And many are not. Those who leave, and those doubters who stay, face struggles that few others can understand. Much of this suffering is caused by manipulative and cont... more
Our Dreams for Our Children: Creating Legacies That Inspire Each New Generation to Achieve a Brighter Futureby Richard O. WeijoOur Dreams for Our Children is a wake-up call to baby boomers everywhere to discover the power of legacy and to start now to plan how they will share their legacies for the benefit of future generations.
by James D HortonWhy is being happy so hard sometimes? In this book James D Horton shares 12 common sense principles that you can use to guide yourself on the road to happiness. If you think it's gotten so bad it couldn't possibly get better or if you think you have it all and should be happy but aren't this book will show you what you can do to live happier. For many, a successful relationship is the first goal towards being happy. This book is specifically tailored to those who would like a better, happier... more
by Elyse Wagner, MS, CN, LMHCABlended brilliantly with Wagner's intuitive eating philosophy, health education and self-healing soulful practices, Smoothie Secrets Revealed is a beautifully illustrated resource that puts your health, happiness and relationship with your food, attitude and body back into your hands so that you can be the CEO of your health. Along with her 30 healing whole foods smoothie recipes, Elyse lays the foundation for her sustainable and nourishing philosophy: an anti-inflammatory, gluten free, organic ... more
by Jennifer KeittIn this practical, relevant, and timely manual, Jennifer Keitt, guides you on a journey towards life change. Life has a way of keeping us contained and hidden within our own comfort zones. In order to live the lives we desire, we must take radical action. In today’s world people are looking for tools to propel them to the next level both professionally and personally. They are constantly seeking advice on ways to move past where they are, and “Shake Up Your Life” provides the necessary tools to ... more
by Delcio Mauro Neto de AlmeidaI am fighting with myself, trying to find a breakthrough and also motivating myself and you to follow the dreams and finding yourself which is the very first step of living the dream.
by David Friedman
In this groundbreaking book, The Thought Exchange, Overcoming Our Resistance to Living a Sensational Life, David Friedman takes us on a journey that begins where most of us started and perhaps still are; firmly entrenched in the ambitions, strivings and frustrations of the physical world; and leads us, step by step, discovery by discovery, to this new world, the REAL world, that has always been right here, inside us. In this world, we not only find that we have all that we’ve looking fo... more
by Dr. Chris HilickiAn inspirational and practical guidebook for anyone facing loss and disappointment associated with long-term challenges such as chronic pain, divorce, financial problems, unemployment, assault, illness, dying and growing old. A must-read when you feel like giving up and settling for less than you hope for. The six practices: Strength-Acceptance-Compassion-Relationship-Exits-Decisions take the crisis out of chronic problems and help you let go and go on.
by Alysia MercerThe story unfolds with Amy, an independent girl with a very busy life. Amy’s family is introduced, including her mom, brother (Tommy), and dog (Waggy). Amy is so busy that she does not realize just how sick her mom is, and suddenly she has to learn how to handle her mom’s death. Her independent nature takes over, leaving her alone in her grief. Through her sadness, Amy channels her grief through a little white butterfly that suddenly appears. The little white butterfly flutters around Amy during... more
by Marc Aronoff
Over two million teens smoke pot, some everyday, and ONE TOKE: A Survival Guide for Teens by Marc Aronoff, MA LMHC, is the first book to address this fact in a straight-forward and useful manner. Written by a licensed mental health counselor who has worked with youth at risk for over 20 years, the book is about making smart decisions and harm reduction, offering clear, cogent counsel for teens and parents who are open to guidance about the realities of ... more
by Dick Summer58 true life stories about how us Louie Louie Generation folks struggle for a Happy, Healthy And Hot life against the pitiful Pimple People and the Dreary Drones. We don't have those rock hard abs or perky breasts any more, but we have no intention of turning into luke warm slabs of meat.
by Patrice Thomas Conwell
Approaching 30 with no prospective husband in sight, the author wonders is there a "happily ever after" without the knight?