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by Rebecca Jane WeinsteinFat Kids: Truth and Consequences is an informational vault of deeply personal tales and essential information, focusing on the lives, questions, and concerns of parents and children living in a childhood obesity crisis. Unlike most books about weight, however, Fat Kids is not a dieting or weight loss how-to; it instead explores the true human experiences and often untold science outside the current political positioning on children and weight. This book powerfully combines interviews, relevant r... more
by Larry Sarezky, Esq.
Divorce, Simply Stated is a uniquely engaging “how-to” book for individuals going through divorce or child custody/access cases. It helps readers choose between traditional “court-based” divorce and alternative dispute resolution, and teaches readers how to choose and work efficiently with divorce lawyers and other professionals. It covers legal and financial aspects of matters such as child support, ... more
by EL MarchSpiritual Master, Dr. EL March, draws on her abundant subject knowledge and experience to guide the reader through a critical reconsideration of the common approaches to everyday life, understanding perception, emotion and communication, and then further into exploration of your body, health, overall daily relationships and the meaning and achieving of happiness. This incredibly profound, yet simple and highly practical teachings of Dr. March will have you learn to trust your inner self again, p... more
by Doris TaylorThe book is an anthology of articles written over a period of years. It deals mostly with race relations and issues.
by Dr. Alison E. BuehlerRethinking Women's Health: A Guide To Wellness" provides practical and integrative health solutions while addressing what women can do to shift their culture from one that treats disease to one that cultivates wellness for women at every stage of life. Women are beginning to understand that they must find and share their own solutions to health epidemics in order to achieve wellness, rather than relying on an over-industrialized health care system. This book tells them how.
by Audrey Sherman, Ph.D.
by Paul DePompoFalling in love with a married person can be one of life’s most painful experiences. The first of their kind, these authors are clinical pioneers in the “other” side of infidelity. They provide sage advice from their clinical research and expertise to guide you with insights and concrete tools as you learn: 1) How you got yourself into this situation; 2) To make educated decisions about whether you should stay or go; 3) To manage the difficult emotions that come with this relationship; 4) How to... more
by Lois SeversonWith thousands of known suicides taking place in the United States each year, it is very possible you have already been touched. In Healing the Wound from My Daughter’s Suicide, author Lois Severson shares the true story of how her family was deeply affected by the tragedy of suicide. She narrates the story of the suicide of her twenty-six-year-old daughter Patty in June of 2005. Severson recalls a personal journey through the grief process from the perspective of the mother, father, and sist... more
by Juan Blea"49 Tips & Insights for Understanding Addiction is divided into" "forty-nine short chapters that focus on different aspects of addiction, from the first signs of substance abuse to various forms of treatment and the journey to full recovery. Topics include crisis management, stages of addiction, relapse, underlying mental illness, goal-setting, and family treatment. For families, therapists, and friends, addicts and their self- destructive behavior can be exasperating, confusing, and heartbreaki... more
by Dr. Amy Beth TaubliebIn contrast to the typical self-help books authored by professionals where the clinician attempts to impart his or her wisdom to the reading audience, “The Tail Wags the Dog” is comprised entirely of lessons learned by the author from her patients. Based on the premise that when done properly, therapy is a reciprocal learning experience, this book shares two hundred life lessons imparted to the author by her patients over a period of almost three decades. Derived entirely from the literally thou... more
by Serena Jade
EXPERIENCE THE UNSPOKEN BOND OF HALL OF FAME JOCKEY CHRIS ANTLEY AND SERENA JADE...
TWO IMMORTAL SOULS RECOGNIZE ONE ANOTHER...ONE DREAMED OF BECOMING A FAMOUS JOCKEY; THE OTHER BECAME A FAMOUS JOCKEY.
Chris and Serena spend years crossing paths, completely mesmerized by one another. Is it coincidence or fate?
It's not until 1999 -when Chris wins the Kentucky Derby on a horse named Charismatic- that their extraordinary... more
by Peter JeffLOVING Like a Leader, 77 More Leadership Mints, is the second book in the Leadership Mints Series designed to help busy leaders and would-be leaders at all levels of the organization refresh and rejuvenate their leadership skills. Consumed like a breath mint –quick and on-the-go—a LEADERSHIP MINT is a short story that energizes leadership behaviors and personalizes leadership principles so they are more easily remembered, more readily acted upon and more fully applied. Like its candy counterpart... more
by Rachel S. Heslin
Three of the most destructive words to our ability to thrive are Coulda, Woulda, and Shoulda. How many times have we felt guilt, regret, and shame over our actions? I know that, when I started a deliberate forgiveness practice, it was so much easier to forgive others their transgressions than to forgive myself, for I knew how much I'd screwed up.
But as long as we carry that guilt, we are not only chaining ourselves to our past, but we are depriving the w... more
by Rachel S. Heslin
Why do we grieve? How can not setting aside the time to mourn cripple our ability to fully embrace joy? And what can we do to use our grief to deepen our connection with our hearts? The title of this book is inspired by Kahlil Gibran, who said (paraphrased): "The deeper that sorrow carves into my soul, the greater my capacity for joy."
If you are struggling with loss in your own life, learn how to move through your mourning with authentic grace so you can experie... more
by Rachel S. Heslin
You know the feeling: overwhelmed and maybe even trapped.
You want to change your life, but nothing seems to work.
Maybe it's time to let go of what's been holding you down.
Like a teacup already full to overflowing, we cannot pursue new dreams or goals when we're drowning in old patterns and projects. In this book, you'll learn the required elements to create a ritual, four different types of release, as well as techniques to lovingly honor... more
by Peter FeltonUtilizing plot, character, and musical elements of The Who’s landmark Rock Opera Tommy, author-educator-lifelong Rocker Peter Felton addresses sensitive issues pertaining to the upbringing and social outlook of children of the 21st Century. Drawing upon biographical details of the original members of The Who, while reflecting upon notable experiences in his own personal and work lives, Felton makes a firm case as to the roots of hindrances to children’s learning and lifestyles in today’s modern ... more