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  • A Different Kind of Closet: The Struggles of Mental Illness

    by Roger Mohn

    Mental illness today is a hot topic. What's it like growing up in a dysfunctional home, where your mother is bipolar, your father a fully functional alcoholic? Many people with mental illness in their families live in a closet of shame, much like the closet of the LGBTQ community. It's time to tear down this wall, get out of the closet and talk about mental illness as it truly is: an illness of the brain. Yes, it is indeed a DIFFERENT KIND OF CLOSET! This story shares the pain, heartache and ... more

  • Work Hard, and Don't Give Up

    by Ian Anttila
    The message of this book is that if you keep trying and don?t give up, even if others tell you that you can?t do it, you still can achieve success. This man?s story proves that attitude is the primary factor in success, even when you have to realize and accept the hard times.
  • Handbook of Practical Philosophy

    by Panagiotis (Pete) Litsas
    This handbook is written in plain and comprehensible language; it is addressed to everyone and creates a feeling for the reader like a friend who is speaking to him. Everything you will read are suggestions and views of various philosophers on key issues of life and how to help people live happily in this life. This particular way of thinking comes from the past, when thousands of years ago philosophers saw the need for the spiritual cultivation of man as a sentient being in order to be able to ... more
  • Jakarta Journal

    by B. B. Abraham
    This is the story of an average American installing below-average software in a very faraway place. Often humorous, sometimes lonely, sometimes frightfully low-tech in a high-tech world, Jakarta Journal is most of all purely spontaneous and totally honest—qualities which may help to set it apart from other books on the shelf. This book was written only a few months ago by an American traveling to Indonesia to deliver and install aircraft maintenance software for a large charter flying service. ... more
  • The BounceBack Artist

    by Susan Baroncini-Moe
    Best-selling author, executive coach, and former Guinness World Record title holder, Susan Baroncini-Moe, reveals her best-kept secrets to professional and personal resiliency in the face of setbacks in this new book, The BounceBack Artist: The 8-Step Secret to Conquering Life's Setbacks. Specifically designed for executive-level professionals and entrepreneurs, this book will give you... - The 8-step "REBOUNDS" secret to overcoming any setback at work, at home, in relationships, and every... more
  • My Parents Still Love Me Even Though They're Getting Divorced: A Healing Story and Workbook for Children

    by Lois Nightingale
    This updated version has more pictures for children to color. A workbook and fable about four children dealing with their parents' divorce; a mermaid and a knight. Each of the children finds their own ways to cope and thrive after the divorce. Your child has the opportunity to answer questions and find creative ways to deal with the situations the children in the story face, such as moving between two households, celebrating holidays in two locations, and handling difficult feelings of loss and ... more
  • It's a Bedroom, Not a Boardroom: Protect Your Relationship from Being Damaged by Business Strategy

    by Lois Nightingale
    It’s a Bedroom not a Board Room provides communication skills for ambitious couples. As a psychologist for over 30 years, Dr. Lois Nightingale discovered that ambitious and outcome-focused couples often had more difficulty connecting with loved ones at home. When they faced challenges at work, they focused on a solution and found an answer. But these skills only seemed to increase problems at home. When they finally landed in therapy they were on the verge of ending another relationship, financi... more
  • Building Resiliency, helping your child build inner strength through the adversity of divorce

    by Lois Nightingale
    Resiliency, the ability to overcome serious hardships, has been researched and show to be a trait that can be fostered in children. When resiliency is nurtured and developed in children of divorce, it can reduce the negative effects of not only the disruption of the divorce, but it can also increase emotional strength for future disappointments in their lives.
  • #deardionne my diary

    by Dionne L Fields
    I was only 8 years old; I was raped and molested by the members of my church. I was tired of being raped and molested every week, after church on Sundays. #deardionne my dairy are the names of the mega church members and the church, were I was brutally raped. Today, I willing to take the lie detector test so that this brutal crime doesn’t happen to another innocent child. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2zoP6yL5Zwc
  • #DearDionne Talk Show

    by Dionne L Fields
    #DearDionne Talk Show Welcome to my all New Advice Column Live Podcast each week. When I was 10 years old, I was planning on committing suicide in the girl’s bathroom in elementary school. I was tired of being raped and molested by the five male members in my church each week. Today, I willing to take the lie detector test so that this brutal crime doesn’t happen to another innocent child. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2zoP6yL5Zwc
  • Stress Less, Live More

    by Nick Hoff
    Discover the Simple Hacks that Will Make Your Life Stress-Free! Are you often stressed or anxious? Do you work too much? Is it difficult for you to relax? Do you have trouble sleeping? Do you have racing thoughts? Do you feel fatigued or even depressed? Do you have memory problems? Do you have problems in your social life or relationship? Do you have low self-esteem or are you perfectionistic? AND Do you want to: Live a better and happier life with more energy? Become more rel... more
  • Goddesses Fart Too: A modern guide to spiritual enlightenment for increased happiness, patience, and inner peace

    by CRYSTAL GRAY
    Have you ever looked at perfectly put-together, organized women and felt totally inadequate? Like somehow you’ll never match up? Do you ever feel like your days pass you by and you're not living up to your full potential? Are you desperate to find more time for you so you can be better in all areas of your life? Here's a secret: You CAN have all you desire. You can have more time and live your life with more intention. You can BE the woman you've always wanted to be. In fact, you alr... more
  • What Jesus Would Say to Same-Sex Couples

    by Aaron Milavec

    My friends say that I am a man on fire.  Yes, it’s true.  I am angry when the “religion of love” known to me as a cradle-Catholic gets turned into a “religion of hate.” 

    First and foremost, however, I am angry at the indifference and cowardice that kept me silent for over twenty-five years while I was being honored as one of the best and brightest teachers at The Athenaeum of Ohio.  I knew, from personal experiences, that the teaching of my church regarding homosexuality was a distorted... more

  • The 3 C's of Marriage

    by Gustavo Garza
    Marriage is tough and sometimes you have to take it back to the basics as the old saying goes. This quick read will get you back on track to a healthy and more successful relationship.
  • My F*ng Long Journey to Loving Myself: A Guide to a Shorter Path

    by Marla Goldberg
    My F*ng Long Journey To Loving Myself: A Guide to a Shorter Path is an account of my transformational journey and a guide to some of the most powerful Tips, Tools and Techniques (TTT’s) I learned along the way. It’s the story of my life, and how, due to the dysfunction, neglect, and abandonment that I encountered through my formative years, I would make decision after decision that didn’t serve me well, until I hit rock bottom. That “thud” brought me to my knees. It was during this very dark... more
  • Puffy Gets Angry

    by Rich Pfeiffer
    This children's book is designed to provide a guide for for adults to help kids learn how to manage their anger. The most difficult part of anger is the automatic reaction of the primitive brain. Learning how to slow down this automatic response is the key to successfully managing anger. Becoming increasingly aware of ones anger in the body requires practice. When there is more awareness of when the angry feeling, the child can use techniques like deep breathing to calm him/her self down.

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