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Keep Yourself Full: a practical guide to healing the hurting, lifting the fallen, and restoring the brokenby Yecheilyah YsraylKeep Yourself Full is a spiritual handbook that focuses on our return to self-love. It is a reminder that self-care nourishes the quality of our lives and makes us fit to be of service to others. Through her testimony, Yecheilyah gives examples of how we self-abuse and how that differs from self-love, why it is essential not to take things so personally, why we must establish and enforce healthy boundaries, and how assumptions kill relationships. We learn that by investing in our well-being spir... more
by TJ AllenFor the love of our great country, men and women join the Armed Forces in the continued fi ght to protect the people of the United States of America. Military recruiters get your everyday volunteer to sign a contract of Defense and promise to assist in fulfi lling each person?s ambition to be trained as an engineer, pilot, doctor, lawyer, police offi cer, nurse, electronics technicians, computer analysis, air traffi c controllers, ECT. A career with the Military offers job opportunities and educ... more
by Deborah ReesGive your marriage a gift. Deborah Rees, LMFT helps you breathe fresh life into your marriage. Learn new ways to overcome any inertia in your most treasured relationship. This book offers you creative ideas on how to spend meaningful time with each other. With this supportive guide, the time that you set aside to be together will be energizing for your relationship – be it over a simple cup of coffee, a weekend getaway, or finally, taking that trip of your dreams. • Discover how to draw close t... more
by Valerie Eubanks
Solo travel is on fire! Many yearn to take a trip to a beautiful or exotic destination where they can experience true serenity and different cultures, but if you've never traveled solo this can be a daunting endeavor.
- How do you get started?
- Where do you stay? Are there dedicated accommodations for solo travelers?
- How do you travel safely?
- How do you manage the people in your life who won't understand your desire to travel solo?
by Peter ElwoodIn the 1970s and 1980s, my wife and I were privileged, together with a group of friends, John and Sally, Dennis and Freda, Dave, Richard and Gill, to lead a series of intensive Bible studies with a changing group of undergraduate students each Sunday evening during university term. In preparation for a study, we would meet one evening during the week to discuss the passage of scripture proposed for the following Sunday, and we would share together what we had each learned from commentaries and o... more
by Kelli A. WilkinsRomance Every Weekend: 104 Fun Ways to Express Your Love Whether you’re just starting out dating, in a committed relationship, newlyweds, or you’ve been married for twenty years, "Romance Every Weekend" will show you how you can strengthen the bond between you and your loved one and deepen your relationship. Romance shouldn’t be reserved for Valentine’s Day, birthdays, or an anniversary. Why should people wait for a special occasion to show someone they love that they care? Love can (and s... more
Unsubscribe From Anxiety. Opt out of the myth that worry is required and take charge of your own life nowby David A. StoneWorry and anxiety feel terrible, bad for your health, never improve the situation, and are not mandatory! In this book, you'll read about the inner workings of worry, learn a simple, step-by-step process for letting your anxiety go, and ten mental habits that let you live a worry-free life.
by Michael DacontaFrom the real-life experiences of two successful engineers comes a unique, practical approach to achieving success and balance in the key areas of your life (economic, physical, emotional, and social)! The Philosophy of Intentional Living is a new approach that harnesses the power of extreme intentions to transform your life! This is a detailed and practical framework, with concrete examples, that answers the tough questions like: * What is my purpose? * What is Holistic Success? * How do I impr... more
by Vihil Heather L. VigilWhile working through my own therapeutic PTSD program surrounding sexual trauma in life & the military leading to anxiety and depression I wrote a book! The book isn’t focused on my story. The Empowerment Journal is a workbook to personal empowerment! I’d love to get it into the hands of other women looking to get out of their head and get out of their own way. If you know a woman who could really benefit from a new outlook based on positivity and personal growth, purchase Not Without My Coff... more
Unlock the Power of Self-Development: Questions, Activities, and Projects to Help Motivate and Improve Your Lifeby Rachel HallIn this guide, Rachel uncovers a powerful action plan which will help you overcome negative behaviors, find motivation for living, and finally reach the goals you desire! With questions, activities, and projects to help you apply this advice to your life, you’ll be able to build a solid strategy to boost your happiness, improve your mental health, and find personal growth.
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