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Self-Help & Relationships
by Kenneth WeatherfordAs I was to find out as an adult, reborn Christian, God is a God of gentleness, love, forgiveness, and relationship - not a purveyor of bizarreness, terror, or fear of not measuring up to His expectations. He is not a god of chaos or rules. He is a God of Order and Love. Some "strange" things historically and contemporarily do happen to people who encounter God in the form of His Son Jesus, but not scary stuff (Google and read Jonathon Edwards report on the repenting and joyful people he dealt w... more
by Marcus HurstImagine, if you had to put a 1000-piece puzzle together without so much as a glance at the big picture. Wouldn't that be a discouraging task? That is how many people find life. Millions of folks are struggling to locate satisfactory answers to life's big questions. They wonder, "running around on this globe trying to have fun the best way to spend our few years of live existence?" "There are many different explanations for our role on earth and how we arrived here. But who is correct? Does anybo... more
by Meghan McDonnellIn volume seven of this addictive and vicarious series, McDonnell gets married in Las Vegas, copes with the unexpected death of a significant person in her life, supports her best friend through pregnancy and childbirth, and continues to reflect on family, friends, sense of place, and identity.
by Meghan McDonnellVolume five in this addictive and vicarious series covers McDonnell’s third year in college, traveling, working in a diner and lounge, and explorations into rape, September 11, family, friendship, alcoholism, depression, mental illness, and the meaning of life.
by David T. Garland IIIA fairly comprehensive excursion through a rationally deduced explanation of why we want what we want, why we believe what we believe and how others make us believe what they want us to believe.
by Meghan McDonnellIn volume four of this addictive and vicarious series, McDonnell visits New York and London, walks away from her first love, begins her foray into acting, wades through family friction and goes back to college.
by Meghan McDonnellVolume two of this addictive and vicarious series spans her freshman year of college, first love, a trip to Australia, and navigating young adulthood, living on her own among peers.
by Amanda H. Williams30 days of reflections from the stillness of the time-out chair in the midst of the hustle and bustle of one busy woman's topsy turvy life.
by Kim Ha CampbellInner Peace Outer Abundance delivers the best steps and mapping the clearest routes to help yourself, your business sense, and your dreams. From The BEACH Success System to discussing how she broke through her fears to live a loving life filled with happiness, fun, and abundance, Kim Ha Campbell leads by following her own message. Inner Peace Outer Abundance serves as a guide suited for every person, in every situation, at any stage in their life. In This book, Kim Ha Campbell covers motivation ... more
by Karen La PumaThis prescriptive model invites you through a step-by step process to awaken, manifest, and transform, shown with simple stories and pictures. •\t Separate from the Past •\t Empower your Spirituality •\t Choose the Positive and Happiness •\t Discover Meaning and Purposeful Living •\t “Follow your Bliss” •\t Create a Plan
by Gloria Shell MitchellDavida, a young college student, marries Vincent after he gets drafted to help him obtain a marriage deferment. They enjoy ten days of marital bliss before he is deployed to Vietnam. Upon his return, the war veteran's bride experiences blistery attacks that make married life a living hell. She has no idea that Vincent's destructive behavior is due to an undiagnosed case of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Advice from seasoned wives and faith in God sustain her until she reaches a pivotal m... more
by Conrad Aquino and Bryson Miller
The book, Life Should Be Simple and Easy: If You're Doing It Hard, You're Doing It Wrong, shows us the downright, honest truths about life. In doing so, this book gives us the tools to live life in the best possible way. It is a unique self-help book, in the sense that, it does not try to change you, motivate you, inspire you, or teach you coping skills. It drills down to the basics of how we become who we are, in turn, revealing the origin of stress.
The book was written in a m... more
by Gregory Edward Flood
You have infinite power to make your life anything you want it to be--and you are SO screwing it up!
It’s not your fault. Nobody told you that you had infinite power, after all. Or how to use it. But Gregory Edward Flood is telling you now. And he’s telling you how.
‘Reading this book is like running a vacuum through the cobwebs of your brain; finally, once and for all getting rid of all the accumulated dust left by upbringing,... more
by William St. GeorgeFaith, Family and Fitness is the foundation for our lives. Everything evolves around those three aspects. Life is a series of relationships and there is a hierarchy of order to make the relationships work throughout our lifetime. If we invert the order, it fails to keep the strength and longevity we need to finish the life we are given. This book puts proper perspective to a life worth living. People need hope and a way to live life. The author has been responsible in leading people in his prof... more
by Malini ChaudhriShiatsu is a world class heritage science fundamental to mental, emotional and spiritual wellness based on a Japanese legacy. The principles of centering and harnessing of human energy for healing or self development is beautifully conveyed in the book. This book is developed for a Shiatsu course based on global Occupational Standards with technical structure. It preserves the essence of the classics originating from China and adapting in Japan. The processes of Zen and internalization for em... more
by Roberta SatowSatow's insightful manual asserts that with proper preparation, middle-aged baby boomers charged with sick or elderly parents, even estranged ones, can find caring for them a rewarding, or at least tolerable, situation, one that need not erode anyone's integrity or sanity. Psychoanalyst and Brooklyn College sociology professor Satow's personal experience with her own difficult mother suggests that such care may actually mend long-conflicted relationships. She intercuts her clearly written advice... more