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Workbook For Releasing Anger, Fear, Resentment, Shame, Addiction, & Trauma From Your Mind, Body, & Life: Change Your Body, Mind,by George AraizaThis workbook is designed to help people release trauma, anger, fear, shame, and guilt from mind/body and improve self-esteem. I outline effective exercises for releasing trauma stored within the muscles of the body so that the subconscious mind will release this trauma also. I also discuss the remarkable results that can be obtained from animal therapy and mirror work.
by Sharael KolbergIn A Year Unplugged, Sharael Kolberg chronicles her family’s brave attempt to wean themselves from technology in an effort to reclaim quality family time. The Kolbergs decided to turn off their television, unplug their iPods, iPhones, laptops and digital cameras, and disconnect from e-mail, cell phones and the Internet. Not an easy task. Sharael’s true-life tale explores how dependent we are on technology and the impact it has on interpersonal relationships and society. Through thought-provok... more
by Rudolf Otto SchäferO weia - Mama muss arbeiten und Kiara soll nach dem Kindergarten zu Oma und Opa, um dort zu übernachten. Weil sie viel lieber bei ihrer Mama sein möchte, hat sie schon den ganzen Tag schlechte Laune und meckert jeden an. Die Großen sagen, wenn sie damit nicht aufhört, kommt das Schimpfmonster. Aber Kiara glaubt nicht an das Schimpfmonster, bis sie in der folgenden Nacht tatsächlich von ihm besucht wird. Als das kleine Monster in dieser Nacht sein großes, wichtiges Geheimnis mit ihr teilt... more
by R. Shelly Loomus, JD, MSWWinning Your High-Conflict Divorce provides successful strategies for managing your high-conflict divorce both within and out of the court system. While many books offer advice on how to manage conflict, they are based on the assumption that your adversary is a rational person who wants to end the struggle. In a high-conflict divorce things are different. When one person lives for the fight, even willing to sacrifice your children to win, you must engage. Winning Your High-Conflict divorce provi... more
by Sherrie Dillard
The wise inner voice of our spirit is always communicating with us through our intuition . . . if only we can learn to listen. Develop Your Medical Intuition shows you how to improve your health with easy step-by-step exercises, guided visualizations, case studies, and practical advice from author Sherrie Dillard’s twenty-five year career as a professional medical intuitive.
Thoughts, emotions, attitudes, and beliefs play an important role in our ability to heal. This book provide... more
by David FriedmanHow many times in the course of our New Thought studies have we heard phrases such as "Think POSITIVE", “CANCEL those NEGATIVE thoughts!” and “Don’t think NEGATIVE thoughts or NEGATIVE things will happen!” And how many times, as students and seekers of health and happiness, have we found ourselves unable to stay with that "Think Positive" philosophy and ended up thinking “There’s something wrong with me, I’m just not doing it right.” Could it be that by trying to get rid of our “NEGATIVE” though... more
by Paula Whidden
by Mark TedescoBeginning with beliefs and ending with lessons, Mark Tedesco's latest journey takes the reader on a ride through the search for love in the gay world. Sometimes a roller coaster and other times a gentle ride, this work will speak to every person, man and woman, who has ever sought out another as the object of love. Lessons and Beliefs: Searching for Love in the Gay World is both self help and memoir, giving a riveting account of healthy and unhealthy love, interdependence and co-dependence, and... more
by Linda LandesStatistics show that each year over 4,000 teenagers take their own lives, specifically because of bullying. I don’t think anyone should hurt that much. Anti-bullying programs in schools advocate the don’t-do-it model. But, there aren’t any resources for the victim, especially those in elementary school. As an educator, all I could do was console. You Can’t Bully Me is written in workbook style for elementary school-aged children to build self-confidence and self-esteem so that when the bu... more
by Ken WeberEven Smart people do dumb things with their money. Are you one of them? Despite its irreverent title, Dear Investor, What the Hell Are You Doing has a serious purpose--to help you identify and fix the common blunders you may be making with your money. Long-time investment advisor Ken Weber exposes the minefield of financial tricks and psychological traps that ensnare millions of investors--beginners and old pros alike--and shows you what you should be doing instead. Whether you're in... more
by Karen BeckerYou know you need to start co-parenting. You also know it takes two people to co-parent, so what do you do when your co-parent refuses to work with you? You become the confident influence in the relationship! By utilizing the steps in this book, you can work to change the co-parenting relationship from one filled with bitterness, anger and resentment to a business partnership dedicated to a common goal - raising your children together. It only takes one of you to start to change the co-par... more
by Toni Elizabeth Sar'h PetrinovichHerein expressed are the words of the divine I AM Presence in answer to 75 of the most often asked questions I receive as a spiritual teacher. Each question and answer is followed by a continuous storyline painting a dynamic picture of the outcome of the answer. The Story Time in this book is followed by its first sequel, Designing Truth, The Audacity of Intention, which is all storyline with the teachings embedded within the story.
by Rachanaa JainThe book is focused on the common problem faced by people. People often find themselves constantly procrastinating even though it causes them much anxiety later. A question that is frequently asked by a lot people to the therapists and coaches is why do they keep on procrastinating? Author Rachanaa Jain deals with just that in this book. Even though most of us know what exactly we need to do, we often put those tasks away up until the very last minute. And this is not just a one-time thing. It h... more
by Terry Beckstrom
A must read book that could actually save your life. The world is changing all around us, and the dynamics of crime continue to move in the wrong direction. The old adage 'The best defense is a strong offense' rings true in the contents of this book, and it is our responsibility to bolster that offense through education and preparation. Criminal activity in the US and abroad affects everyone to some extent, and the days of the 'it won't happen to me' mentality have faded. ... more
by UnityHave you, your children, or a teen you know, ever been teased, bullied, been put down, made fun of or been verbally abused? Are you or they still affected in some way because of what someone else thought or said? "Know Who You Are" was created for a part in us that should be strong ... but somehow becomes affected because of what others think or say about us. "The Banana Story" is for kids and any of us who are or have ever been put down or made fun of in any way. "The Banana Story" empowers ... more
by Crystal PontiMoms have a lot to say, and they’re not shy about letting it all out. The same women who breathe life into our limbs also smother us with their ominous, clever, and oh-so celebrated words—life lessons taught in the blink of an eye. There are the extraordinary one-liners: When you get to be my age, you’ll understand. Because I said so, that’s why. And the hilarious side-pokers: Always wear clean underwear. Don’t eat yellow snow. Then there are those unusual “momisms” that totally mess with the... more