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Self-Help & Relationships
by Barbara K. McNally
Imagine sending your spouse to war with a heavy heart, then receiving a life-shattering phone call telling you he's been badly injured. Your beloved returns to your arms, but changed, broken, angry, conflicted, and in need of around-the-clock care. What do you do?
Meet the women who drew upon their inner resilience and prevailed. Their vivid personal accounts provide inspiration to those who face daunting challenges, and offer a path forward. Each one of these brave, strong military spo... more
by Donald NovakYou’ll delight in this spiritual treasury, filled with the enlightened knowledge given to various men and women of faith by the Holy Spirit throughout the ages. Simple and straightforward, this divine collation of reason, discernment, and judgment will set you on the right path and profoundly affect your life. Wisdom of the Holy Spirit is easy to read and easy to comprehend—a book that will energize your spirit and fill your days with joy. Once you discover the nuggets of wisdom contained within... more
by Jane Mersky LederWhen you think of siblings, I bet the first words to come to mind are "sibling rivalry." You're not alone. But here's the truth: while sibling rivalry may be part of your childhood, the majority of siblings change their tune by the time they hit adolescence or early adulthood. The sibling connection is like a lake or stream: it is constantly in flux. The Sibling Connection: How Siblings Shape Our Lives is a conversational, interactive book for adults filled with sibling stories, myths and fa... more
by Marie ClapsaddleThis short, easy-to-understand book helps seniors work through mental and emotional barriers to embracing a tech-rich life, and presents basic information about useful tech devices that match their needs and interests.
by Mirfarhad MoghimiDouble Thought is a collection of art-the art of words in short stories,the art of thought,and the art of the mind. The moods and words are of honesty,trust,and deep self-confidence. Subjects include law,adventure,history,philosophy,psychology,spirituality,religion,family,and romance. Take a trip and join the author on a journey of our galaxy and our thoughts. Double Thought is a world of a world of Double Thought . ( ISBN : 978-1-4809-6539-3 ) & ( eISBN : 978-1-4809-6493-8 ) .(http://www.rosedo... more
by Holly Drennan Deyo
Welcome to Prophetic Perils: End Time Events Revealed. This is the finished project that demanded 12 to 14 hours daily, 7 days a week to research and write for the past year and a half. It was as much a "requirement" to undertake as bestseller Dare To Prepare.
Nearly everyone senses something is wrong; something isn't normal. They feel it. They sense it. People paying attention see things are really off-kilter. Compared to just two decades ago, life is on a tilt. People in... more
by Holly Drennan Deyo
69 chapters of detailed information to assist the reader to prepare for many emergencies as thes chapters titles show:
Chapter 1: Signs, Signs, Everywhere There's Signs
Chapter 2: Earthquakes - The Great Shaking
Chapter 3: Volcanoes, Earthquakes' Cousins
Chapter 4: Tornadoes - Nature's Most Violent Storms
Chapter 5: Wildfires
Chapter 6: Weird Weather Grows Wilder
Chapter 7: Signs in the Heavens
Chapter 8: Signs in the Sun
Chapter 9: Si... more
Treating Borderline States in Marriage: Dealing with Oppositionalism, Ruthless Aggression and Severe Resistanceby Charles McCormackEducates psychotherapists and those concerned with issues of mental health in couples and the family to the types of primitive mental processes to which we can all fall prey. Makes often very difficult to understand behaviors understandable. Discusses ways to deal with such behaviors that lead to the real possibility of gradual change.
by Jack ChalkIf you are middle age and beyond, you need to think about the kind of old person you will be because you will be one before you know it. The time to start is now, well before you reach 65 years of age. If you are already 65 or over it is not too late to change. Every day 10,000 people in the US turn 65. They may have plans for doing things, but most are without a paradigm for being content if they do not have the financial means or health to do them. Using humorous quotes, antidotes and illus... more
Depression Anxiety and the Brain in Your Gut: How Thought, Emotion and Behavior Work and How to Get Back to Normalby Kelly Burris
Top 5 Critical Steps to Fix Yourself and the Non-Scientific Mental Health System
Step 1: Define Normal
Most people are astounded to learn there is not a clear definition for normal in the industry of Emotional Wellness (mental health). Without this definition, what is the objective? The answer is there isn't one.This leaves one subject to a recommended lifetime of medication and therapy.Burris Institute has defined normal... more
by MarciaGraceThe Workbook of A Course in Miracles contains 365 lessons plus additional material which guides the student through the process of connecting with your Higher Self. It is a deep inner journey that can completely alter your life. Experiencing the huge shifts in my own thinking and in my relationships inspired me to write down what came to mind as i read each lesson.. These are the blog posts i wrote beginning in 2012. Then a student asked me if it was possible to have these blog posts in a writte... more
by Chris Hakim
Why is there so much conflict around sexuality? How does a relationship that began with joy end up feeling like a chore? Why is attraction so seldom reciprocated? And what, if anything, does online dating have to do with love? In The Authentic Lover, you will discover the four great enemies of love: violence, pettiness, vanity, and our reproductive agenda.
If we can overcome these formidable enemies, nothing more keeps us from the vast experience of unconditional love. Starting... more
by David KowalewskiWho am I? Where did I come from? Where am I going? How am I going to get there? Humans have asked these questions for millennia, and especially in the modern age when multiple global crises loom on the horizon but people seem to have lost their way, victims of purpose-deficit disorder. The answers lie in the realm of destiny, which unfortunately has faded into near oblivion but which recent scholarship seems to be substantiating, making it an old idea whose time has come. Traditionally sha... more
by Laurie Buchanan, PhDBAGGAGE! We all carry it with us through life. And no matter how we dress it up, it's frustrating, inconvenient, and slows us down. Chock full of real life examples and actionable techniques, NOTE TO SELF is designed to help you offload emotional baggage and discover a lighter, joy-filled you!
by Rocky DetwilerThe Samson Effect is a proven plan of action, formed from the author’s own desperate struggle for survival following tremendous loss, that will create the lifestyle of your dreams. Rocky uses this effective method to continually transform his life and will teach you how you can do the same. In The Samson Effect your ideal life is only one powerful thought away.
by Dylan ClearfieldWould you like to know what any person is thinking? Impossible? Not so, if you can master the ability to read micro-expressions. Micro-expressions are those subconscious, almost invisible expressions that people make when speaking and which reveal how they really feel about the subject at hand. In this book, body and facial language reading expert Dylan Clearfield will show you how you too can translate hidden thoughts that most people think they are concealing from you. He uses several we... more