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by Marci Fair
by Rosemary AugustineWriting comes easily for some… journaling however, can be a challenge for many. Even as an accomplished writer, Author Rosemary Augustine struggled with journaling for a long time - some days not knowing what to write. Recently, Rosemary released 365 Days of Creative Writing, offering journal prompts and creative ideas for everyday of the year. Rosemary wrote the book for those of us who want to journal daily but find it hard in the chaos of life to carve out 15 minutes. However, in the big... more
by Lisa ChappellI Am Woman Enough: 365 Affirmations for Women, by Asa Leveaux, is an inspiring compilation of the most powerful real-life stories and affirmations chosen from submissions from everyday women from all over the world. By focusing on their real-life daily struggles, whether already successful or still on the path to their success. These women apply these affirmations with action, as illustrated through the conceptual workbook format of I Am Woman Enough.
by Erick LauberAre you new to an organization and want to learn the "soft skills" needed to succeed? Are you concerned that your style doesn't fit with the teammates you've been assigned? Does your workplace drive you crazy? In "Don't Break the Rope!" psychologist and leadership trainer Dr. Erick Lauber uses the story of two frogs new to a business called GoodPondInc to explain several basic principles of organizational communication, collaboration, and teamwork. In these pages you’ll discover: • How to iden... more
When Parenting Backfires: Twelve Thinking Errors that Undermine Parents Effectiveness (Thinking Your Way to a Better Life) (Voluby Dr.David Simonsen Ph.D.Let’s be honest. Parenting is hard. From the moment children take their first breaths, parents are faced with decisions and choices that no manual could ever fully explain. And the way you parent is constantly changing: babies need protection, toddlers need direction, and teens need influence. We as parents are simply expected to do it and do it well. From two therapists who have a combined 25 years of experience working with families comes a new kind of parenting book. This book doesn’t focus o... more
by Tiana Sanchez
F'd Up - The UPside of Failure provides insight into why some people view failures as opportunities, a necessary step toward success while others simply quit or have an aversion to the effort required to push through.
In my first book, Undefeatable, the message is clear: failure is inevitable, defeat is optional. The upside to failure describes the lessons that emerge out of the failure and the new skills we acquire from them.
Failures teach us critical thinking, creative... more
by Larry LandgrafThere are now over seven billion people on this planet. A large percentage of these people are too dumb or too stupid to take care of themselves. We are depleting our natural resources at an alarming rate, polluting our water which we need to survive and destroying our planet. Serious changes need to be made. People need to smarten up. This book will lead you in the right direction. If you are not happy, or just stuck in a rut, this book will help you get on track for a happier life.
by Pontius JosephA Gentleman with a C.S.L is the mind-blowing book that may help the young gentleman in his dating and relationship endeavors in his life. The book helps gentlemen grasp the knowledge of dating, and having a good relationship with his lady. Anybody can have a lady, but will it be the right lady for you? This book is for the men who are struggling in dating and need assistance in their love life. The book will explain many ways on how you can date a lady and already have a game plan to making the ... more
by Lovely V. EdwardsThe Babymuhva’s Guide To Living H.E.R. Most Fulfilled Life is a workbook designed specifically for “single” mothers on their journey towards living a life full of clarity, peace, joy and knowledge of self. Using principles from the H.E.R. Empowerment Method for women, this workbook will guide you on the path to obtaining the opportunities, resources and mindset needed to live your most fulfilled life. The worksheets, reflection opportunities and good ol’ real talk used in this workbook act as gu... more
by jules gissler
Getting Your Magic Back, is a kick-ass gift book about pushing forward through life’s transitions. Jules’ original artwork and heartfelt words will inspire the reader to rise above any challenge they are facing and get their magic back.
by Jennifer MetzgerIn this revealing and instructive memoir, Metzger brings readers into her home to get an inside look at how she's raising three boys-one with ADHD-and how she's tweaked her style to adapt to their different personalities while surviving horrific tantrums.
by Wendy Van de Poll
My Dog Is Dying: What Do I Do? gives readers tools to support their pet grief and guide them on how to stay present through the muck of care taking a terminally ill dog.
My Dog Is Dying: What Do I Do? is an emotional emergency first-aid kit that will support readers with pet loss grief and pet hospice decisions. It is a handbook and journal packed with useful information. My Dog Is Dying: What Do I Do? will support people as a close friend to accompany them on the journey of pet l... more
by Jennifer Metzger
by Jennifer Metzger
by Kira Lynne
Are you living with chronic pain or illness, or both? Have you given up on having an intimate, romantic relationship? Twenty years ago, a doctor told Kira Lynne that she would never be able to have an intimate relationship due to her chronic health conditions. Having proven that doctor wrong, Kira set out to write a book for people living with chronic pain and illness who believe the door has closed on their prospects for love and relationships. Living with chronic pain and illness can feel o... more
by Rhonda NassSCRATCHINGS OF A MADWOMAN will introduce readers to what initially appears to be two disparate topics--discovering spiritual intimacy and creatively communicating through drawing. Through brief personal stories and colored pencil drawings, Nass communicates the deeper meanings of specific words associated with faith, then invites readers to define these same words through their customized stories. For those wishing to add visuals to their stories, the author leads readers step-by-step through th... more