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by (Omnist) Chris Akpan
You are about to read a wonderful book that will automatically transform your life
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by Jacqueline Pirtle
Do you have fun with your own life?
How often do you really pay attention and choose things to improve your day?
In 365 Days of Happiness, bestselling author, holistic practitioner, and mindfulness teacher Jacqueline Pirtle has created daily inspirations that help you mindfully work towards living a more vivid experience of daily happiness. Showing that you can put in work to change your life while having fun, the practices are full of whimsy and delig... more
by Sara Lynn InmanBanishing Loneliness is a book for those seeking to add more joy to their everyday lives through self-introspection. It is a guided journal that will take you on a voyage full of daydreaming and self-exploration. With a goddess as your guide, you will be asked to journal about the experiences you have in nature and in your mind. You will also be asked to journal answers to questions about yourself. The theory behind this model of reducing the amount of destructive loneliness in your life is ... more
by Suresh Ramaswamy
"Just Be is the ultimate manual for life," says Marci Shimoff, Transformational Leader and #1 NY Times bestselling author of Happy for No Reason. Whether you are looking for a life that flows with ease, connection, and fulfillment, or whether you are a spiritual aspirant seeking enlightenment, Just Be offers you the understanding and tools to transform your life towa... more
by J. Scott MacMillanThis book addresses the chronic epidemic of low self-esteem, feeling less than, and fear which are the bedrocks of what is holding us back from achieving our dreams. Learning our Hero’s Journey helps us discover why we are stuck and how to heal and move forward. By using the Hero’s Journey metaphor, readers will be guided on a journey to find true identity, authenticity, and self-esteem. With these new superhero powers, they will gain the courage to move past fear and limiting beliefs and achi... more
by Mart GramsThis short part is for you moms and dads that are dealing with the common fears of children from about two to seven years of age. The fears that your child goes through are normal; just relax and let Grandpa help. It?s pretty normal for children to go through phases, being afraid of different things at different times. Alli and I will deal with the most common: monsters, the dark, clowns or people in costume, insects, medicine, and shots. They develop because you?re doing a good job of exposing ... more
by Joyce Verplank HattonJoyce Verplank Hatton?s life has embraced community and political leadership, entrepreneurial success, love and family, and worldwide sailing adventures. Writing with courage and candor, she shares her life?s journey following a trail from a small harbor town on Lake Michigan to Aspen Colorado, New York City, Washington, D.C., and beyond, while skiing the Rockies and sailing the Caribbean. Hatton?s entrepreneurial drive became evident in 1957 when she developed the first nursery school in Wes... more
by Heather Hansen
Can you win life’s battles without losing yourself?
Life is full of trials, and sometimes you need a warrior spirit to overcome them. Award-winning attorney Heather Hansen has spent over twenty years fighting on the battlefields of the courts―but even in her fiercest clashes, she’s remained true to herself and her principles. She shares her journey to becoming an Elegant Warrior, and imparts the wisdom she’s learned from her decades on the bar.
Armed wi... more
by Ann Schiebert
Substance abuse is a drama and a trauma for all involved. No one comes out a winner unless boundaries are set, good choices are made, and behavior modification practices are put to use.
It’s time to stop feeling like you are being held hostage.
· Discover how to make enforceable consequences
· Learn how not to provoke and make a bad situation worse
· &... more
by Ann Schiebert
For young adolescents, transition from middle school to high school stirs up many emotions ranging from excitement and anticipation to fear and anxiety. Although some issues will dissipate quickly, at this stage in their development, teens tend to strive for individuality and identity, upsetting the apple cart in the way the family has related to each other until now. This is the time for parents to choose their battles wisely and foster loving, structural growth with their adolescent child.<... more
by Precious SwainEverything that glitters ain't gold, but you never know you have a piece of fool’s gold until it’s too late. You see the cars, clothes, and all that flashy jewelry and think you have found the meal ticket. But don’t be fooled.
by Precious Swain
by Precious SwainAre you awaiting your husband? Are you wondering why God hasn't sent him yet? After five years of being single, not dating, not looking God sent my husband. In "He Was There All The Time" I will share with you my story. A story of growing, waiting and in the end winning. It wasn't easy but it was worth it.
by Norma NikutowskiIn Turn Your Happiness On, you will find the most powerful, scientifically proven, simple strategies to increase your feelings of happiness right now.
by SB Hilarion
A book of 366 mantras or affirmations to raise and encourage the self-esteem and self-belief of children (plus adults), told through the eyes of young siblings Hao Finley Lee and Sabine Yi Lee. Written in the form of a journal and calendar, there is a mantra for each day of the month that Hao and Sabine focus on for their own personal growth.
by Hank QuenseDo you have a story in you? Do you know how to write it or how to tell it? Creating Stories has the answers. Hank Quense, the author of more than twenty books, tells you how to do it. He believes that stories come from the melding of three creating stories processes: getting ideas, story design and story-telling. Ideas have to come from the author. Creating Stories covers the last two.