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by MR.WILLEVERY MAN WHO EVER WALKED THE FACE OF THE EARTH, HAS HAD A BEGINNING, A MIDDLE, AND AN END.
by MR.WILLTHE THREE DIMENSIONAL OF MANKIND
by Jennifer Houlihan
Today's culture shouts at us to fight for gender rights and to live for self-gratification. Question for society: How's that working for you? Much of the world's confusion and heartache can be traced to the fact that we are Biblically illiterate. Triumphant Womanhood: God’s Never “Whatever” is a fresh, empowering book that takes a seemingly dull topic – the King James Bible – and makes it enjoyable and relevant to modern life. This uplifting work of n... more
by Jeff VanekWinner of the 2015 Gold Quill for best nonfiction, Somehow I Thought I Would Be Taller is a humorous look at life and career. After all, being tall isn’t a matter of feet or inches. It’s a matter of having the courage and belief that comes from thinking taller. Read this book and find that courage!
by Anne M. SamitThis collection of essays reveals 15 Healing Truths as discovered on a journey through movement atop a yoga mat. What began as a simple quest to exercise ignited a discovery of self and spirit and strength, all found by merely moving on the mat. Movement is a catalyst for healing. It shakes off the dust. On the mat, barriers get removed and whatever needs to be released is set free. The moves don't have to be complicated for a transformation to begin. The essays contained in each... more
by Howard P. Goodman, MA, LMFTIf you are ready to get sober, know some one who is, this book will show you that you can do it and how to get there. If you are sober and want to strengthen your resources for staying that way, this will provide the support you need. If you’re a family member or loved one of someone suffering from addiction, your life is affected, too—big time—and this book can restore stability and sanity. And if you are a clinician or therapist, you will find solid ideas for amplifying the effectiveness of y... more
by Suzie Doscher
A book for you if:
- You are curious about personal growth and development
- You are motivated to improve the quality of your life and want to learn how
- You are ready to press the 're-set' button
- You want to raise your self-esteem and level of confidence
- You are looking to create a more balance life
- You want to be happy and more content
Updated and Revised 2nd Edition:
The BALANCE Handbook helps you with dif... more
by Suzie Doscher
Whether you are new to Personal Development or not,
this workbook will kick-start your growth.
You will take a closer look at your:
- Future – your goals, dreams and aspirations
- Present – the reality check section
- Past – have a look at it, take the good from it and leave the rest where it belongs – in the past
Step by step you will:
- Explore and gather... more
Fearless: How to Conquer Your Fear, Stop Playing Small, and Start Living an Extraordinary Life You Loveby Nathalie Thompson
So often it happens that we put off doing what we most want to do in life because we're afraid that we’re not good enough to pull it off; we're afraid that the road to success will be more than we can handle, or that we'll never be able to find that elusive path to begin with. But what if you could turn your greatest fear into your greatest ally and actually use it as a catalyst to help you achieve everything you’ve ever wanted?
by Doctor HarmonyAl dreads seeing his sad hippo, Jo, who fills him with woe. What makes Al and Jo sad? Find out how he learns to live with Jo and how he learns to cope with sad feelings in this fun, rhyming and educational book. Can you find Jo, hiding on each page? Kids, try out the fun activities in the back of the book to learn more about dealing with Jo, the sad hippo. There is also a useful adults page at the end of the book to guide discussion with children about sadness and managing it in constru... more
by Doctor HarmonySal’s pet monster, Worry makes her fret and nervous. Worry scares her with the worst case scenario. Find out how Sal learns to live with Worry peacefully in this fun, rhyming educational book. Can you find Worry, hiding on each page? Kids, try out the fun activities in the back of the book to learn more about dealing with worry. Parents will get great tips too! "My Pet Monster" is one of four books in The Building Resilience picture book series. This series gives children, teachers and parent... more
The Cat's Got My Tongue- A book about Shyness and Performance Anxiety (Building Resilience) (Volume 1)by Doctor HarmonyDiscover how Sal's pet cat, Matt, makes her feel nervous, shy and tongue-tied in this fun, rhyming and educational book. Is she the only one who has a pet cat like Matt? Find out how she learns to live with Matt and build her confidence! Can you find Matt, hiding on each page? Kids, try out the fun activities in the back of the book to learn more about dealing with Matt. There is also a useful adults page at the end of the book to guide discussion with children about shyness and perform... more
by Doctor HarmonyMeet Al and his pet dragon, Kanga, who roars when Al is raging and angry. Al finds it hard to control his temper and explodes whenever he is frustrated. Find out what makes Al scream and shout. Discover how Al controls Kanga and his temper in this fun, rhyming educational book. Can you find Kanga hiding on each page? Kids, try out the fun activities in the back of the book to learn more about dealing with Kanga, the angry dragon. There is also a useful adults page at the end of the book to g... more
by Jon WilesIN A DECADE 60 MILLION AMERICANS WILL BE 65+. In general, older people lose the work identities, spouses, possessions, and hope as they age. Little by little they are erased. Surprisingly, little is known about this major population wave. For example, most are quite poor, many lack traditional religious conviction, a majority are consumed by social issues, and the age group is now the most divorce-prone group in America. See what I mean? THE ERASER introduces you to the lives of some pe... more
by Mina R RaulstonHome Should Be Safe provides extensive instruction and information on the subject of domestic violence, the help that is currently available and what Christians can do to make a difference in the lives of those affected by domestic violence.
by Sweet Van LoanAdulting is hard - everyone knows that. Explaining how hard it can be is sometimes just as difficult. This is a friendly, short guide even for the laziest readers...because let's face it, if you're getting this book for someone else or for yourself, they have to be pretty unadulty.