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by Harriet HunterMiracles of Recovery is a 365-day inspirational read for those in and around recovery. It is holistic in that it supports and provides solutions to every day living. Non-denominational, spiritual and uplifting, Miracles of Recovery promises to answers questions of recovery, expectations and how to live one day at a time regardless what we face.
by Kathryn VignessWhen life pulls you to rock bottom, grow higher in your purpose... A thriving career, happy marriage, and balanced, well-rounded children. Picturesque. Social media-worthy. But what few knew is that by her twenties, Kathryn Vigness had already lived a life full of pain and heartache. At age 15, she had survived a tragic car accident in rural Minnesota, flying through the windshield of her high school sweetheart's car and sustaining life-threatening injuries that left her not only physically, ... more
by Ana Maria Selvaggio
Often creatives have a natural inclination to fuss with things until they're "perfect" that hinders our process. We work masterfully on things that would benefit others but sometimes cannot get out of our own way long enough to get them out into the world for others to enjoy. Being able to complete projects and launch them is an easy skill to master if we focus and just get done. Asked for advice multiple times over the course of her journey, the author is putting her system dow... more
by Ana Maria SelvaggioLife altering goals can be daunting. Using simple techniques that have guided her through her own reconstruction, Renmeleon teaches you how to use creative visualization and outlining actionable steps to move your life forward toward living your joy. Literally hand-lettered and illustrated in less than an hour, "From Here to There" is the second of three books created as the author's challenge to herself to get her message out in a fun way in the hopes of motivating others to rethink and realign... more
by Ana Maria Selvaggio
"Start" can be a powerful (and really intimidating) word. Sometimes all it takes, though, is one little step forward.Literally hand lettered and illustrated in under 24 hours, "Bored" is the first of a three book series created as the author's challenge to herself to get her message out in a fun way in the hopes of motivating others to rethink and realign their lives with their end goals.
by Maureen Scanlon
"Follow the ways of our furry friends and learn to focus on positive thoughts and change habits!"
Maureen Scanlon is a certified life and spiritual coach and relationship expert with training in cognitive behavioral therapy and NLP techniques. In her new book, 'My Dog Is More Enlightened Than I Am,' Scanlon offers tips on how to take inspiration from animals to make the most of your life and nurture your relationships.
Take time for yourself and find peace. Unde... more
by Albert A HeaneyGiven that Jesus has issued a warning that in the end-times the church will be infiltrated with false prophets that will “mislead many,” and given that the book of Revelation was given to reveal future events in the end-times, and given that various interpretations of prophesies in the book are given by present-day biblical scholars, this book attempts to clarify an understanding of the revelations provided in the book by closely adhering to the messages given and avoiding giving interpretations... more
by S. WahrheitCheck every bookstore and library and the internet, and you will not find a single book telling the day-by-day story of raising drug-affected children. In the ?70s, when Mariah and her husband adopted these three, they weren?t told that the biological parents were on drugs. It took super parenting to raise children whose conscience and rational thinking were seriously damaged. It took prayer and a commitment as deep as their marriage vows plus a degree in psychology and child therapy and many mi... more
by Paul Frise, Ph.D.Your personal brand is commonly thought to be composed of your skills and values in general. The important part often overlooked is how we personally communicate whatever that brand is at work, at home, at play, and socially. Improving a brand also involves improving the communication skills that present our brand. Improving communication effectiveness can foster the quickest noticeable enrichment of a brand. When communication skills improve, as part of a brand, so will other abilities and valu... more
by Donna Linn and Suzan J. WellsPerhaps the way you have been living is no longer working for you?or maybe you feel there must be more to life. Do you feel you would like to try a different path? Are you looking for something new? You already have the answers to your questions; you just need to reach out and take them. Discover how to access them through the world of energy and healing. You can create positive, lasting change and experience new possibilities, insight, and understanding. Searching ? A Peek into the Invisible Wo... more
by Shana Ronayne
Does your slow and sludgy brain make you dread sitting down to write? Does staring at a blank page induce cold sweats, your focus wandering, your attention drifting with every ephemeral impulse? Writing through the Fog, a first-of-its-kind guide, can help. Cognitive issues don't have to be the end of your writing life. With patience, persistence and a healthy dose of humor, you can reclaim the love of writing you once took for granted.&nbs... more
by S LothGenuine human interaction and pondering what’s around you. “Old School for a New Generation” will get you thinking about people, circumstances, and your surroundings from a different perspective. An easy read that’s thought-provoking and won’t put your feet to sleep. And down the road you might not have to look back and ask yourself: “If I knew then what I know now…”
by Dr Wayne SomervilleShallow Thought, Deep Mind is for everyone who takes on life’s challenges and dreams of a brighter tomorrow. Drawing on his experiences as a clinical psychologist, horseman, bush regenerator and environmental activist, Dr Somerville guides you on a journey to discover who you really are, what you could be, and how you can make the world better. Part 1 looks at shallow thought - what it is and how it can create trouble - and what it takes to find solutions to big problems. In Part 2, Sha... more
by Deborah A. OlsonThe Healing Power of Girlfriends will help you avoid toxic friendships, understand the role expectations play in women's friendships, and learn how power dynamics can hurt or heal these special relationships. Each chapter also includes a list of thought-provoking discussion questions that will help you further examine the heart and soul of your own friendships with women.
by Camille Virginia
Why settle for being swiped-over...
...when you can enjoy his full attention in the real world?
Stop competing against thousands online and start tapping into the endless opportunities to attract quality men in the real world. In The Offline Dating Method, author Camille Virginia draws upon her transformation from shy and socially anxious into a confident woman who's been asked out by hundreds of men in everyday places. She shares her step-by-step... more
by Rajeev Kurapati
Burnout, a form of work-related distress, among medical professionals reached epidemic proportions.
As patient care becomes increasingly complicated with the addition of numerous duties on the healthcare professionals such as increasing work load, complex quality measures, arduous licensing requirements, obligatory insurance prerequisites, ever-expanding policy stipulations, coupled with meagre organizational support, medical staff across the nation is plagued with increasing work-relat... more