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by Susan Kay PreslarAs a female, your body is designed for exquisite, mind-blowing sexual pleasure, yet often women’s experiences in the bedroom are less than that. Why? Fanning the Female Flame exposes the many obstacles that hinder you from experiencing all that is possible. From her decades of work with women with low desire, both in her Female Sexual Medicine practice and in her “In the Bedroom” classes, Susan shares life-changing gems to navigate around those roadblocks. Included are real life success stories ... more
by Jessica AbelFocus. Finish. Move on to your next project. You’re a creative person. Even if you have a hard time calling yourself a “writer” or an “artist” in public, making your creative work is core to who you are and how you see the world. You may be harboring a big, ambitious idea for a project. Possibly a lot of them. And it’s killing you. You lie awake thinking about it…and hating yourself for not doing more to make it real. If you feel like you’re floundering in the deep end, and anxiety over th... more
by Michael LambertParents often know just when to yell at their children, but it is difficult to know exactly when to sit and speak quietly. And if you do, what should you say in those rare moments that could help positively shape the child's future? This book brings each finger to life as it becomes a king, knight or other colorful character that exemplifies honesty, tolerance and other attributes necessary for a well adjusted child. The intention of this book is for a parent and their child to enjoy... more
by Connie Ellis MyersWORDS TO SAY OUT LOUD is a safety book for children. It is a helpful book of words to Say Out Loud when you need help. These words will help keep you safe.
Love Unboxed: Bestselling Anthology for Women by Women: Featuring 20 Courageous Women Who Share Their Real, Raw, Undiluted Loveby Placida AcheruLove Unboxed is a collection of personal short stories from 20 courageous women. These women share their Real, Raw, Undiluted Love Journeys to heal and empower. This book is not just about wanting to share our painful stories. Our single desire is that any woman who comes across this book will find answers to their questions within the pages of Love Unboxed. It takes a lot of courage to share one's deep personal moments with another person and a lot more to share them with the world. We un... more
by Kshitij Prasai (Coach KP)
First of all, thank you for your interest in my book.
I have been in the field of Personal Development for quite some time now. I have reaped a lot of benefits from using tools that I discuss in this book personally. What I realized in my journey through personal development is that there is an overwhelming amount of material for anyone looking to change their life to sift through.
I designed this book to allow you to focus on the specifics right off the bat. I... more
A Parent's Guide For Journaling to Their Child: Simple Strategies for Writing Heartfelt Love Letters to Your Childby Roni Wing LambrechtDo you wish you could write to your child, yet you have no idea what to say? This unique guide comes from Roni Wing Lambrecht, a mom who began journaling to her only child, Dalton, before he was born. Sadly, Dalton passed away prior to having the opportunity to read all the wonderful words his mom had written to him. Roni and, her husband, John, believe Dalton’s Journal has been immensely helpful in their grieving process and they often credit the journal with saving their marriage. They want t... more
by Roni Wing LambrechtHow do you maintain mindful relationships with your children in this frenzied, disconnected world? Most of us believe we have parenthood planned perfectly; when we’ll become parents, how we’ll parent, even anticipating how our children will respond to our parenting. Yet, reality proves to us on a daily basis that nothing in parenting goes as planned. With all of life’s ups and downs, outside influences, and daily stressors, how do we navigate parenting? In Parenting at Your Best, you’ll lea... more
by G. M. BarleanYou are a writer who likes to be alone with your thoughts while you create the stories bouncing around in your busy mind. But remember—anyone can write a book, but you must write the best book you can. You're competing with thousands and thousands of writers trying their hardest to win the race to the reader's dollars. What do you need to do to be a real contender? BUILD A WRITING TEAM! Face your inner-entrepreneur and change out of your yoga pants to do some real social-networking. Building a s... more
by Michael J. LyonsSet Yourself Free: Daydream it…Believe it…Achieve it! is a powerful call to action and practical guide for achieving success and happiness. Two out of three people are not satisfied with the direction their lives are taking and fail to grasp the opportunities in front of them to lead vibrant, genuine and purposeful lives. This book illustrates how to pursue daydreams, overcome the paralysis of fear, and take courageous steps in your life. Set Yourself Free teaches how to: •\tConquer procrastina... more
by Lerato Jones
No matter what is your level of English knowledge and how much time you have spent learning it, there are always some minor things that you can miss if you are not a native speaker. And when it comes to academic papers or official letters, even the tiniest error can ruin the overall impression of your work or even lead to miscommunication with an important client. Do not let you grades and/or job suffer due these small mistakes, simply let professionals help you! Learn more about our editing ... more
by Alton E. Joseph PhDAlton E. Joseph, PhD, Met.D, a Jungian psychotherapist, offers you the secret to balance, harmony, and happiness. Offered are insights into how to align your mind, body, and soul to gain energy and health through the power of positive thinking. Understanding who you are is crucial to gaining a higher sense of self and peace. Dr. Joseph will guide you through a series of personality tests for self-examination and lead you into a place of reflection and intuitive thought through poems, prayers, me... more
by Kali RogersKali Rogers of Blush Online Life Coaching presents the no-nonsense approach to getting over your quarter life crisis and entering into adulthood like a boss. Learn about the symptoms of the quarter life crisis and how to combat them as well as tackling your career distress, relationship troubles, breakup woes, friendship struggles, and owning your singlehood while everyone else is getting engaged. This book won't let you waste one more second feeling sorry for yourself. It's time to stop feeling... more
by Dr. Drew HuffmanThe genius and frankness of Dr Phil, but with a Rock and Roll edge. Dr. Huffman's unique approach to self development is simple and down-to-earth. You will find his philosophy to be candid and humorous as he uses his own struggles to give the reader a fresh perspective on rediscovering their value...one choice at a time. If you're looking for a cotton-candy, pie-in-the-sky philosophy to improve your life, then this book is NOT for you. If you're looking for a real-life, easy, and ... more
by Chananya WeissmanThis book will help you avoid falling in love, prevent others from falling in love with you, and insure that no serious relationship will emerge from even the most promising dates - all while sparing you the blame and flak singles inevitably receive when they reach a certain age without having wed. Follow these rules and you will not get married. Break them and you have a chance. A serious and humorous guide for navigating the world of unwanted bachelorhood. Includes 30 illustrations and a Survi... more
by Pamela D FosterHow often do we filter our words before they leave our mouth and hit the atmosphere? Chances are you have experienced the embarrassing disease called "foot in mouth". You said something without thinking and a disaster ensued. The THINK acronym reminds us to appropriately screen our conversation.