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by mark wayne smith“I just wish things could be simpler!” If that has been your lament, and if you still haven’t found anything that really helps…or lasts...you are not alone. As the world gets busier and faster, your life can easily become more complicated, but it doesn’t have to be that way. In Simplify Your Life from THE INSIDE OUT: The 7 Keys to Finding Inner Peace, you will find the practical and effective advice that you’ve been seeking: ✔ How to rediscover the peaceful way to live. ✔ How to recogni... more
by Gina ProschHow do you find happiness in a world consumed with despair? Where is joy in a seemingly endless tide of conflict? In this micro-memoir of small observations and positive anecdotes culled from her popular Facebook page, Gina Prosch shares a prescription for melancholy and a deceptively simply answer to one of life’s most troubling questions. Taken one day at a time, or several pages in a sitting, Gina’s words frame reality for a better today, and help set the stage for a better, more uplift... more
by Nonye T AghanyaDo you sometimes feel anxious about speaking to someone else, especially getting to know an unfamiliar person in various settings as School, Corporate, Healthcare, Recreational environments etc.? Given our various individual personalities, past and present ideologies, and the ever-advancing communication technology, effective communication that result in genuine connection and trust development have eluded many in the general population resulting in mistrust and poor relationships. More than eve... more
by Makeda GordonBeing a woman is a beautiful thing. We possess an innate ability to love deeply and unconditionally. Our beauty transcends our outward appearance. We are fearfully and wonderfully Divine Creatures. So passionate in our genuine care and nurturing of humanity. Giving of ourselves, out of ourselves; in some cases to a fault. \tWe are also very misunderstood. Living in our truth provides us with a sense of purpose and value. But, only when we are operating in those natural abilities through... more
by Ernest Sears JrDETOX YOUR CIRCLE establishes the premise for removing 13 toxic elements — people, self-sabotaging behaviors, baggage, and meaningless rituals, to name a few — and demonstrates how decluttering can trigger a very powerful clarity and resonance. Magically, you’ll summon the right people, activities, and passions that illuminate an enlightened path to purpose and meaning. The book will appeal to thoughtful readers who seek practical tools for simplifying a life that has become far too complicat... more
by Elizabeth McCarthyWith a gentle and whimsical hand, The Art of Self-Compassion takes you on an inner journey to rediscover childlike creativity, bring some lightness to your inner critic and develop supportive friends within. You are guided to reflect, write, draw, journal, dance, meditate and mind-map your way through 150 pages of interactive self-care activities. This book is also a great resource for counsellors, therapists and educators.
by Crystal Mary LindseyThe woman in this story may sound like you. She married the man she loved. He married her for lust and control. She prayed for him to change. Yet the beatings continued until the eldest child reacted in fear. They were remembered so she appease him at all times. The Abuse control shifted now to verbal and emotional. Except when alone in their bedroom. Gradually she felt like - she was a nobody. She prayed to God for change. God didn’t change HIM, he changed HER. Her eyes were finally... more
by Alicya PerreaultPart memoir, part self-help, Taming Crazy - Confessions and Lessons is a journey of strength, vulnerability, courage and laughter. After years of battling crippling anxiety, depression and an obsessive-compulsive disorder, Alicya Perreault found herself at a crossroads. She could either accept things as they were or she could find another way through and fight. She chose to fight. Told with humour, truth and the occasional swear word, she shares the lessons she learned in her quest to climb out ... more
by Christian Bergstrom
Kick-start and sustain a fun mindfulness practice with kids and teens.
“This book makes it easy and is a must have for every parent and teacher!” – Denise Besic, Mother and Teacher
Give kids lasting life skills to de-stress and calm down, navigate difficult emotions, control impulses, focus on what matters, and nurture empathy, kindness, and joy.
In Ultimate Mindfulness Activity Book you will find:
150+ playful mindfulness activitie... more
by Christopher HarariThis unique guide throws new age self-help out of the window. Aimed at the working class of the world, Christopher uses personal experience to highlight the inadequacies within us all. Humans have survived and persevered through countless atrocities while still progressing through time. Within everyone the fight for survival exists. This refreshing take on modern self-help delves into our ability to persist through adversity. “Get On With It” pushes the boundaries of conventional practice a... more
by Jamie Sussel TurnerHundreds of books tell you how to fight stress. Here is one that explains how to transform it from deadly enemy to life-giving ally. Less Stress Life features Jamie Sussel Turner’s signature Less Stress Life Method, her seven Less Stress Life Practices, and includes stories from everyday people who’ve successfully used her methods to live with more peace and joy. With this unique approach, you will: • Become your own stress detective and examine your stress from all angles • Stop being em... more
by Anthony D BriceHow do you create a breakthrough in your life when you’re tired, frustrated, hurting, confused and scared? It’s hard to see success, happiness, and love when you feel numb and blinded by pain. Even on those days, you feel like giving up, something inside pushes you, strengthens you, and inspires you to keep going. If you’re sick and tired of feeling like Poor Me and you’re ready to be Soul Rich, this book is for you. Poor Me to Soul Rich isn’t about self-help, it’s about personal power. No ... more
SELF-IMPROVEMENT MANAGEMENT: DECLUTTER EMOTION AND EMPOWER GROWTH TO A SUCCESSFUL LIFE (Free Yourself, Minimalism, Empower Growtby Renny Frost, Sinoun BlomfieldThis is a self-help book that contains very simple, doable and yet effective step by step exercises, suggestions and powerful information as to how to manage one's emotions in order to be more empowered emotionally, to have more control in one's life and to have a successful life, in general. It covers daily situations extending to family, work, relationships toward others and oneself and it tackles the root causes of negative or toxic issues and how to face and resolve them simply with the ... more
by Angie Dent
Never give up on your dream. Don’t leave it incomplete. FINISH is a book that reminds you God has a bigger, better purpose and plan for your life.
This book will motivate and help you to keep going and get your dream.
Twenty-eight explosive declarations and powerful stories encourage and inspire you to finish the dream God started in your life.
Motivating stories and declarations show how much God has invested in your dream and that He won’t leave your futu... more
by Crystal Mary LindseyThe woman in this story may sound like you. She married the man she loved. He married her for lust and control. She prayed for him to change. Yet the beatings continued until the eldest child screamed in fear. They were still remembered .Now the control shifted to verbal and emotional. She felt she was nothing. She still prayed to God for change. God didn’t change HIM, he changed HER. Her eyes were finally opened to the truth. Grieving, she left the marital home after suffering for thi... more
by Chuck MillerOnce a cultural taboo, Internet dating has become more widespread and socially acceptable with each passing year. To date, more than 49 million Americans have pursued a relationship online with 20 percent of present, committed relationships beginning through the same venue. However, not everyone gets it right when they begin to date online. That’s the reason for this guide. It points out the most important practices to implement and those to avoid in order to jumpstart your online dating adventu... more