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Self-Help & Relationships
by Jeanette Bishop and Helen VargaFed up with living life as an opinion of someone else? Throughout this book, readers will discover themselves, or at least what or who they aren’t. There’s no point in having spiritual answers if we can’t stand ourselves, as we layer most things into our guilt and shame cycle, which we seem to like so much. Self-hatred is evident in many of us, from overeating to starvation; seeking and never finding that true love, leaving a trail of broken lives—our own included—shows us we are really seeking ... more
by Tim Cole
A partner’s betrayal doesn’t have to define your relationship.
The key to working through an intimate betrayal is learning how to communicate with your partner in a way that promotes truthfulness and understanding. Although such conversations are difficult to manage, our book provides you with the knowledge and skills needed to honestly discuss the issue with your partner and find a resolution to the problem at hand.
Broken Trust provides a research-based approach to h... more
by Catherine WeissWhen one mother dares to open her mind, cherish the stress of her mothering challenges, and turn it into a deeper connection with her children, it inspires other mothers to make the same radical transformation in their lives. Through your mothering struggles, The Present Mother facilitates you toward your own spiritual awakening. Part intimate memoir and part self-inquiry workbook, it demonstrates an effective way to see and release the root cause of any type of disconnection you have with y... more
by Diana SimsDiana Sims takes you on a journey of losing her unborn son by stillbirth. She shows you that you can continue to live, press through the pain into your destiny. Using the hurt to heal others through your tragedy and know there is a promise that will wipe every tear cried from your eyes. Live!
by Debbie WooldridgeUnleashing the Intrapreneur is a hands-on guide that will help you tap into your inner intrapreneur and thrive in the modern workplace. Throughout this book, Debbie takes you through a series of activities and personal development techniques that will help you unlock your greatest potential yet. Unleashing the Intrapreneur walks you through how to establish your vision, thrive and communicate confidently at work, and tie it all together to create a positive impact for yourself and the world a... more
by Leo Palmer
How we feel is connected to what we think, What we think is connected to what we believe.
What we believe is connected to god only knows these days. This depends on 'What' we were taught and 'Who' taught us.
Happiness is a state of mind that can only exist in the present moment.
A bad day after bad day makes a bad week, a bad month, a bad year.
Bad year after bad year makes a bad life. All the fault of how we think each moment of everyday. Our thoug... more
Life with My Idiot Family: A True Life Story of Survival, Courage and Justice over Childhood Sexual Abuseby Kathy and Gary PicardA survivor of sexual abuse goes from an innocent young girl to a very strong advocate of sexual abuse. Her strength to do so is truly amazing, Many survivors will be in her shoes throughout this moving book! Professionals can really get an education. Read how she finds justice in her life!
by Taayoo A. MurrayTroubled by the lack of drive she has seen in teenagers and young adults, Taayoo A. Murray is setting out to teach the next generation the benefits of goal-setting, a skill that she strongly believes is necessary for a successful future. Her new book, “Making Me Happen,” blends Murray’s personal experience as a mother and her professional career as an educator and major nonprofit fundraiser to create an easy-to-use goal-setting guide.
by William MayOnce Upon a Crisis is an informative true story about a police officer cross-trained in law enforcement and emergency medicine that takes many unexpected twists and turns over a thirty-year career. An up-close account of surviving loss that takes a good look at post-traumatic stress from the inside out. A must read for emergency service workers, those close to them, anyone considering a career in the emergency response field, or anyone trying to overcome personal loss.
by Bob KueblerRejection happens to everybody at some point - some more than others. This is an adventure story that has the potential to heal your wounds of rejection. It will also help you go forward in unlimited potential. Vashti was a queen who was forever banished by her husband King Xerxes. The story is told in the Book of Esther. During a celebration and in a drunken state, the King orders his wife to come and parade her beauty in front of all his drunken buddies. She refuses which sets off a pride fuel... more
by Fouad SolimanGeothermal energy is thermal energy generated and stored in the Earth. Thermal energy is the energy that determines the temperature of matter. The geothermal energy of the Earth's crust originates from the original formation of the planet and from radioactive decay of materials (in currently uncertain but possibly roughly equal proportions). The geothermal gradient, which is the difference in temperature between the core of the planet and its surface, drives a continuous conduction of... more
The 5 Personality Patterns: Your Guide to Understanding Yourself and Others and Developing Emotional Maturityby Steven KesslerThe 5 Personality Patterns gives you the key to understanding people, both yourself and others. It gives you a simple, clear, true-to-life map that shows why they behave the way they do and how you can interact with them effectively. This is a book that can change your life. Stephen M. Johnson, author of Character Styles and Characterological Transformation, says "This is one of the most useful popular psychology books I have ever seen. . . . It should become a classic." Much of our human... more
by June R. ShrewsburyForward Motion” is a book that teaches readers how to navigate profound career and life alterations. A transformational tool for anyone facing or contemplating major life changes, June Shrewsbury leads her audience on a journey to their most fulfilling destination – the place where life is a true reflection of who they want to be. She provides a step-by-step process as well as personal assessment exercises that help the reader move through any major life or career evolution.
by Shira WingetThe way to discover new sides of you is to try out new things, whether it’s a new job, a different course to what you already do or even visiting another country then stepping out of your comfort zone is the way to go. You don’t have to go all out, there’s bound to be several things you can do right in your own city that will help you with you and your journey of stepping out of your comfort zone. Listed below are a few questions you should ask yourself, before you start thinking about explori... more
by Michael TaylorThe roles of men are changing! Will men keep up and change with them? What happens when the things men have been brought up to believe as being conventional start to change? Do they bend with them or resist fiercely? Do they accept or decline? The roles of men in society are changing. This is an inescapable fact and yet many men still cling to the age-old ideals of what they should be like. The provider. The protector. The weekend beer drinker. But what if men began having convers... more