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by Yanatha DesouvreThe early reviews are in: 'An Essential Guide to Windows 10 is highly organized and logically flows from one section to the next. It includes simple, easy-to-follow instructions with clear screen shots to visually support the text.' Rebecca Andre Ph.D. Educational Technologies Director. 'There is no need for me to go searching through Microsoft’s site for information on configuration or the new tools. It is good to have a guide that covers it all' Cynthia Compere Systems Analyst ITIL, CAPM. Wind... more
by Frank LeighThis book is for you up and coming people that are starting to succeed in life and also for people that are struggling, frustrated,wondering why their success is taking so long and looking for answers. My hope is that it will be a tool to give you some very quick insight and a feeling of empowerment to speed up your success. This book reads like a reference list of 75 of the best success laws and principles, taken from wisdom passed down by people that have come before us. Each secret is only ... more
by Judith LambertMore than 18 million people have traveled to the tiny Bosnian village of Medjugorje to witness daily apparitions of the Virgin Mary and experience her healing powers. Author Judith Lambert, a skeptic, was among them. Events that occurred during her four pilgrimages there between 1986 and 1991, however, convinced her that Mary is not only present but “everyone’s goddess,” a culmination of the sacred feminine throughout history who loves and nurtures all of humanity.
by Judith LambertGold Medalist in the International Excellence Body, Mind, Spirit Book Award Contest and Bronze Medalist at the IPPY'S for 2017! The ground-breaking novel on the near-death experience that unveils the roots to a global spirituality. Religion's common denominator? . . . The Light God does not have a religion.God does not speak a language.God does not have a culture.It is we who require these things. Why has humankind always sought the Light? What do pharaohs and prophets and festivals arou... more
by Normandy Piccolo
Each year, approximately 4,400 children commit suicide due to bullying. Bullied Dying to Fit In is every bullied person's story and needs to be heard. Will you listen?
The book captures the raw emotional side of bullying. Though everyone's bully story is different, the pain felt is the same. The broken-heart tells the tale.
"Raw. Real. Emotional."
Bullied Dying to Fit In takes the bullied, the non-bullied and even t... more
by Anthony J. MarlowThis book is a treatise on life and love from the cradle to the grave. Its 31 topics with illustrations are diverse, and discuss a variety of historical subjects from justice to self-overcoming, politics. religion, and war and peace. Though viewed by many as an admonition to much of today's society and politicians, its rests on one basic theme: the vision of a more prosperous future for this country, and a hope and prayer for children of the new millenium.
by David Klow
People today live in psychological bubbles. They think that they are the only ones who experience what they do.
Person after highly intelligent person comes into therapy thinking that there is something terribly wrong with them. They think that they are crazy, yet do not realize that everyone around them is having quite similar experiences.
YOU ARE NOT CRAZY: Letters from Your Therapist ends the psychological isolation. It helps people realize that they are not the only ... more
by Anthony J. MarlowThis book is an historical treatise on life and love from the cradle to the grave. Its 31 topics with illustrations are diverse, and include a variety of subjects from justice to self-overcoming, politics, religion, and war and peace. Though viewed as somewhat of an admonishment to much of today's society and politicians, it rests on one basic theme: the desire of a more prosperous future for this country, and a hope and prayer for the children of the new millennium.
by Beth Burgess
Blending science, psychology and philosophy, INSTANT WISDOM: 10 Easy Ways to Get Smart Fast will teach you tools, tweaks and techniques that will make you smarter in mere minutes or seconds, boosting your creativity and expanding your mental horizons. The strategies include methods that geniuses and peak performers use to get amazing results.
When you can boost your brainpower instantly, you w... more
by Beth BurgessWhat is self esteem? How do you build self esteem? How is self esteem different from self confidence? A quick and easy read, this book will teach you what self esteem really is. It will give you the secret to improving your self esteem so that you can be happy whatever life throws at you. With tasks and bonus tools to boost your self esteem naturally, you can create an unshakeable sense of self worth so that even if your world is falling apart, you won't! If you suffer from low self esteem... more
by Beth BurgessHave you got clean and sober, but are finding it hard to be happy? Have you relapsed in the past because life was boring and uninspiring? Or maybe you've got sobriety, but you're finding it hard to change your old behaviours and ways of thinking. The Happy Addict is the ultimate guide to achieving an amazing life after addiction. No more guilt. No more shame. No more feeling held back by the past or low self-esteem. Finally become what you're really capable of by following the fifteen keys... more
by Beth BurgessAre you tired of the guilt, shame and pain of addiction? Are you sick of the constant relapses? Do you yearn for happiness, freedom and a better life? People can spend years trapped in addiction unnecessarily, because, despite all their efforts, they just don't understand what you really need to do to recover. Despite attending rehab, counselling, groups and fellowships, many addicts remain stuck in the cycle of addiction, because they are not told some very basic facts about recovery. For... more
by Gina CampbellJulia received the call every parent dreads: her daughter Barbara has been killed in a car accident. Still reeling from her loss months later, Julia embarks on fascinating journey into her inner world of metaphors, uncovering wounds both new and old that she must heal before she can embrace living again. The book details her 12 sessions with counselor Gina Campbell using Clean Language. An activity for readers ends each chapter, providing creative opportunities for your self-exploration.
by Renee Le VerrierThese tales of Sir Thomas prove that modern-day shining knights really do exist, sometimes with four paws. Sit. Enjoy the humor and grace in these stories of a tender and true partnership. Stay. Savor the insights of daily life that beats in time with the heart of a Great Dane service dog.
by Shelley McAlpineA compelling story of survival and healing from the ravages of the disease of alcoholism. Beginning with great opportunities and professional success, it chronicles the author’s life and her decades-long battle with alcoholism that drove her into financial, physical, moral, and spiritual bankruptcy. It describes her journey back to health, a new career, and a new life. The book answers the question, “How does anyone ever begin to recover from such a depth of physical and mental deterioration... more