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by Brett BlumenthalI Wish for You is a celebration of wildlife and the human spirit. It explores the values and qualities we hope our children will adopt to become strong, happy and secure individuals, and how these qualities can be learned from the wondrous creatures on the planet.
by Banwari Mittal, Ph.D.A social scientist and professor set out on a road journey across the USA and Canada to discover what happiness meant to people. He conducted 500+ interviews with people he met at random, asking them Five Big Questions—questions about work, money, life, purpose, and happiness. The book showcases 50 of these interviews, in pictures and prose composed in the voice of the featured persons. Some answers echo our own; some offer worldviews that will amaze and inspire us. All offer food for contemplat... more
by Leticia MurphySuicide affects everyone, including children. Coping with a parent’s suicide brings additional challenges. “A Heart for Mommy” is to help children normalize their grief, and to offer the surviving parent information to help the child move forward in the healing process.
by Lincoln StollerLucidity is consciousness itself. It exists in a realm of experience beyond words; achieving it is not an intellectual exercise. To become lucid is a transformation of emotions, memories, and thought patterns to reach an altered state. It’s not your image of the walls that you want to dissolve when becoming lucid, it’s your image of reality. This is the first book to approach lucid dreaming through hypnosis. Each chapter has an introduction that you read, and a trance induction you can liste... more
by Peter JustusIt began with a personal epiphany that occurred in a most unlikely circumstance. That epiphany sent me on a personal journey that changed the way I live my life. If you follow me on this excursion through time and mental space, you will be exposed to discussions of DNA and a few billion years of evolution, the minds of crows, a Viennese school of psychotherapy, orgasms, chocolate cake, heroin, money, politics, and religion. You will find out what certain Hollywood movies, the evil gods of golf, ... more
by Dirk FosterSobriety is a difficult challenge for everyone. If you’re new to sobriety, or have been sober for years, there are many daily challenges, anxieties and fears that can threaten long term recovery. Prayer and meditation are simple, reliable and time-tested methods that can help you improve your chances of staying sober and living in peace and joy. Based on the principles behind Step 11, The Sober Journey provides simple solutions to finding serenity and success in recovery. Written with many exam... more
by Richard V. BattleDoes Today's World Frustrate You? Do You Wonder if Common Sense Is Vanishing? Conquering Life's Course's stories of time proven principles have enabled people to live more successfully through the ages. It will entertain and inspire the reader to think, laugh and undertake actions to realize a more fulfilling life. If you or a loved one have given up on understanding the world of today, Conquering Life's Course is a must read. It offers reass... more
by A. J. DrewieNothing compares to a mother's love for her children. A.J. Drewie came out of an abusive marriage and was diagnosed with bipolar illness, two stigmas that drove her to write 32 compelling letters on life, using her wisdom and knowledge to guide her two sons' lives as they grew up. These letters are nuggets of love and spiritual development.
by Curtis HoneycuttThis book offers easily digestible mini-essays that provide a quirky spin on proper grammar usage, along with tips on achieving massive personal success. It outlines how good grammar will make your life more awesome—from romantic relationships to job promotions to getting invited to fancy roof parties.
by Cheryl Melody BaskinCalling all dreamers! "Heart-Dreamer" contains 267 pages of inspiration, encouragement, support, and the life experiences and wisdom from Cheryl Melody Baskin and from people all over the world. Every word provides hope, healing, personal growth, self-discovery, experiential opportunities, heart-listening and love. Heart-Dreamer is here to say that no matter what you have gone through, you have the power to reach for the stars and step into your dreams! “Heart-Dreamer” is not just a book, it ... more
by Eichin Chang-LimAre you petrified by the thought of permanently living in COMPLETE DARKNESS? Did you know that the only way to detect insidious eye diseases in the early stage, a crucial step in preventing the loss of eyesight, is through a regular comprehensive eye exam? Your Precious Sight is written by optometrist Dr. Eichin Chang-Lim. In this book, she shares the most memorable cases in her decades of being an eye doctor in an easy-to-read, insightful style. The stories span pediatrics to geriatri... more
THE ART OF GOOD ENOUGH: The Working Mom’s Guilt-Free Guide to Thriving While Being Perfectly Imperfectby Dr. Ivy GeTHE ART OF GOOD ENOUGH: The Working Mom’s Guilt-Free Guide to Thriving While Being Perfectly Imperfect reveals how any woman can learn the secret to living her best life guilt free.
by Marc PodeszekThis book is about life in general. What you need to know. What you need to do. What things you can do to protect yourself and your assets.
by Thomas CalabrisIn "Relax Your Mind", Qigong Instructor and Health and Wellness Coach Thomas Calabris discusses what stress is, how it affects your mind and body, and presents a step-by-step approach to stress relief and relaxing your mind through meditation.
Insider's Guide to Quality, Affordable Healthcare: Practical Strategies to Navigate Our Complex System and Save Moneyby Jeffrey Foster
The Need for and Aim of this Book
In an April 2019 report on Americans’ biggest worries, Gallup found that “fifty-five percent of Americans worry ‘a great deal’ about the availability and affordability of healthcare.” Rapid changes in the U.S. healthcare system and escalating medical costs are causing uncertainty and financial stress for consumers.
The authors Lawrence W. Lazarus, M.D. and Jeffrey Foster, M.D. aim to help their readers become k... more
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