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by Tralandice HoganTralandice Hogan, the emerging and highly talked about author and mother of two, can't count how many times shes ran into Mr. Wrong thinking they were Mr. Right. From the charming suit and tie men who made a great first impression, to the sweet guy who loves the children and the men who seemed to be go getters in corporate, somewhere along the line, there was something missing when it was time for a relationship. How come women seem to not be able to realize when he is indeed Mr. Wrong? Well acc... more
by Scott A Spackey CATC, RAS, CHt, CLCStep by step, detailed instructions how to be certified, get office space, marketing, billing, appearance, rapport, legal protection… All the details, big and small. A lucrative, fulfilling career without a degree and very little start-up money. Addiction recovery is a multi-billion dollar field dominated by corporate run facilities and institutions that pay small hourly wages to counselors. Addicts and families need treatment options and private treatment is a win-win: Those seeking help get ... more
by Scott A Spackey CATC, RAS, CHt, CLCEvery addictive drug and behavior is as unique as the individual caught in it. This book includes graphic descriptions of each and every drug and abandons the recovery-industry “one-size-fits-all” mentality, separating each drug and behavior and provides strategies that are customized and detailed. Addiction is a pathological disorder that affects every society and every culture on this planet and has for thousands of years. It is much more pervasive than other clinical disorders; it is a de... more
by Grace Anne StevensThe best advice for authors, “Write what you know,” is counsel Grace Anne Stevens embraces in her weekly blog, “My Transgender Life,” for The Huffington Post. She is not only vulnerable sharing about herself but also touches on a wide range of topics that go beyond the transgender experience. She inspires everyone, in and out of the LGBT community, to follow their own truth and live their authentic lives. Musings on Living Authentically, shares the 2015 collection of her muse-inspired stories, i... more
by James Manning'CBT Worksheets for Teenage Social Anxiety' is a resource that can be used by CBT therapists, and CBT therapists in training, to guide them simply through the processes involved in offering CBT for social anxiety to teenagers. This book can be photocopied by therapists and its chapters given out to teenage clients. This book may also be useful for teenagers who a) would like to buy their own workbook so that they can keep all their CBT material in one place b) are considering having CBT for symp... more
by Mayomi SeabrooksA Virtuous Wife Speaks Life - Breaking Through to YOUR Blessings is a book that was birthed through God's Word as He held my hand through the different seasons of my life. This book was written to help you get through your own tough seasons, trials, and circumstances as God prepares you for the Greater, Purpose and Destiny He has for your life.
by Patty Wipfler and Tosha SchoreFive surprising things parents will learn: You don’t have to reward or punish willful children to get them to cooperate. Aggressive kids are frightened kids, and there are simple tools to ease their fear so they don’t need to lash out. Your willingness to just listen to crying or tantrums often is enough to heal a child’s fears and hurts. Safe play during which your kid becomes the boss can reveal his hidden feelings— and heal them too. Parents who regularly listen to one another’... more
by Erwin K. ThomasKeys of Faith (2016) contains nine doors that come with spiritual keys for our hearts. Its meditations do homage to biblical verses which support scriptural concepts. While national and international personalities reflect on the grandiose and omniscient nature of a loving God.
by Barry McDonagh
There’s a new and faster way for anxiety relief, but few have ever heard it. Most people are advised to either just “manage” their anxiety or medicate it away. If you’re tired of just managing your anxiety and want a powerful natural solution, then apply the ‘Dare’ technique as explained in Barry McDonagh’s latest book.
Based on hard science and over 10 years helping people who suffer from anxiety, Barry McDonagh shares his most effective techni... more
by Rick & Brenda RednerHere's my version for the back cover: Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a thief. ED takes away physical and emotional intimacy. ED steals your confidence in the bedroom. ED robs you of your manhood. ED walks off with your self-esteem. Left untreated, ED has the power and potential to destroy lives, and end relationships. Here’s a surprising fact, the sudden onset of ED can save your life. Frequently, ED is early warning signal of current or future cardiovascular problems. ED can point the way to... more
by Rick & Brenda RednerIf you've had the misfortune of receiving a diagnosis of prostate cancer, you discover it's up to you to choose how to treat your cancer. Rick & Brenda wrote this book to prepare men and couples for life and love following prostate surgery. In their award-winning book you'll receive information and tips you won't find anywhere else.
by James ManningThis book is designed for CBT therapists in training and for CBT therapists who would like a readily accessible portfolio of worksheets. You are welcome to photocopy the sheets in this book and to hand them out to your clients. We have included a range of exercises and diaries so that you can choose the worksheets that you think are most relevant for specific problems that you are working with. In many cases we have included explanations of exercises and examples of completed worksheets. We have... more
by Heather ThompsonAn Elderly woman is admitted from home to hospital. It's a really cold February with thick snow covering the ground and more to come. Social Worker Heather Thompson and her husband Nigel work with the husband to help him keep in physical contact with his wife and to prepare their cluttered home for her return.
by Charlotte E. Thompson, M.D.
Pediatrician and author, Charlotte E. Thompson, M.D. is pleased to announce the publication of her book Prescription (Rx For Parenting. This new book from the Atlantic Publishing Group, Inc contains wise advice and vital information from a Top pediatrician about raising infants, pre-schoolers and children.
Each page of Dr.Thompson's book contains practical information presented in a clear, easily accessible manner. Real case histories are given to illustrate the author's ... more
by Karyn Rashoff28 true easy-to-read stories from musicians, radio hosts and educators explain the many reasons why sticking with music makes sense ... and fun. 1. You meet a lot of new people 2. You're part of a team 3. You're part of history 4. You get to travel 5. You balance your life with music Every instrument has a soul within it - the potential to rise above itself as wood or metal - to take life and sing. The musician is the magic that gives an instrument life. Be that magic.
by Cynthia Gallaher
Frugal Poets’ Guide to Life is part personal journey, part life-coaching for poets (or those who’d like to live like one), part creativity guide, and part reference, with a special section on the modern history of the Chicago poetry scene, including the birth of the poetry slam. In many ways, this book is an anti-MFA guide to being a poet – or any other type of creative person. As poet Robert Frost said, “ To be a poet is a condition, not a profession.” ... more