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Self-Help & Relationships
by Leilani Anastasia
In the follow up book to "Warrior Lover: Battling the Combat PTSD Relationship", author Leilani Anastasia explores the difficulties and rewards of being in a sexual relationship with a Combat Veteran. This book delves into the ways that partners of Combat Veterans can improve their relationships; both in and out of the sheets. Well-researched and factual, this book addresses the facets of the Combat PTSD sexual relationship and makes suggestions for gaining the most pleasure out of ... more
by Leilani AnastasiaSince the invention of Modern Warfare and the longer lifespan of modern soldiers due to technological and medical advances, there are more PTSD relationships than ever. It's a new territory in the dating arena that is increasingly difficult to navigate. Warrior Lover addresses the issues that are exclusive to Combat PTSD relationships. Witty and compelling, Warrior Lover is an entertaining read that delves into the difficulties and rewards in dating a Combat Veteran and how to strengthen that re... more
by Bob MarsocciMore than 2 million guys get married every year in the United States alone—and most have no clue about what to expect once they say, “I do.” A newlywed guy doesn’t know the “10 Fatal Words” his wife will spring on him days before her birthday, and he definitely doesn’t know why he can’t just throw away her “bag of bags.” But no longer. In You Exhaust Me, A Clueless Guy’s Guide to Marriage, formerly clueless husband, Bob Marsocci sheds light on what guys can really expect once they tie the knot. ... more
The Smart Woman's Guide to Style & Clothing: A Step-By-Step Process for Creating the Perfect Wardrobeby Kara LaneIf you have too many clothes but nothing to wear, you need The Smart Woman’s Guide to Style & Clothing. Do you have clothes that do not fit well, do not flatter you, or do not go with anything else in your closet? This is a common problem that few of us have the time, money, or expertise to solve. Fortunately, author Kara Lane researched the issue and found a solution. She developed a system for creating a versatile, stylish, personalized wardrobe. You can create your own look-good, feel-g... more
From Photographer to Gallery Artist: The Complete Guide to Finding Gallery Representation for Your Fine Art Photographyby Kara Lane"Anyone can become a fine art photographer, but not everyone can become a gallery-represented artist.” Talent alone will not bring you recognition as a fine art photographer. For that, you need exposure to collectors and museums. Galleries can give you that exposure, but first you need an effective marketing plan to reach the galleries. You will find that plan in From Photographer to Gallery Artist. Author Kara Lane conducted hundreds of hours of research, and contacted over sixty gallerie... more
by Kara LaneIf you have figured out your purpose in life, congratulations. If not, you may want to spend the next 60 minutes reading Simoni's Gift. This little book draws on wisdom from Michelangelo, Maya Angelou, and many others. It reveals a more meaningful way to live. This visionary fiction novel begins immediately after Davita's death. She opens her eyes and is greeted by Simoni, who appears to be some sort of angelic afterlife coach. Simoni gives her a choice: She can begin a new life or remain ... more
by Kara LaneIf you have ever wished your life came with an owner's manual, Wake Up to Powerful Living may be just the guide you seek. You can experience more happiness and fulfillment if you follow 12 simple principles. The principles work because they help you focus on what matters, regardless of what is currently happening in your life. So many people live their lives based on the expectations of others, and they end up regretting that they did not follow their own dreams. You can be different. Regardl... more
by Jack PerconteAdults would never send their kids off to school if the teachers were not properly trained, yet, they do it with their youth sports coaches. The time has come for the central figures in youth sports – the coaches – to take charge and make a positive difference in kids’ lives. This is the youth coaching training that has been missing. This book contains the forward-thinking techniques that will bring enjoyment back to the games for all – athletes, parents, and coaches. Using his coaching experien... more
by Roser Segarra
Living on Earth is a self help/spiritual guidebook to help you understand life questions, such as: Why am I here? Why am I unable to create the life I want?
In this book you will learn:
- Your soul’s reincarnation process, how you planned your upcoming life on Earth, and how you made pre-life decisions to help your soul grow in maturity and consciousness
- The evolution of your soul, from infant to old age.
- The meaning behind your life ... more
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