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  • Tribe, Caregiving LGBTQ and Straight Ally Friends

    by Michael Boyajian

    Learn how a group of LGBTQ and straight allies compose a group of friends they call Tribe whereas members look after one another offering help of any kind whether it be a midnight call from someone in emotional distress or the need for a pet sitter because of an unexpected emergency hospitalization or even just socializing at barbecues, game nights, minor league baseball games or seasonal celebrations. Helping others does of course extend to those outside the group as well. It is perhaps a li... more

  • Coming Full Circle: Healing Trauma Using Psychedelics

    by Shannon Duncan

    With each passing year, new evidence of the immense healing potential psychedelics offer for anxiety, depression, addiction, PTSD, and more emerge from credible studies and research groups. As the excitement grows, so too does the often dangerous misinformation generated by profiteers and pseudo experts.

    A fierce protector of those who are utilizing psychedelics as a way to heal their emotional wounds and trauma, Shannon Duncan knows firsthand the courage, determination, and vulnerabili... more

  • What Grandpa Learned from His Honeybees: The Little Book to Be Smart with Your Money and Help the Environment

    by Henry Svec and Mary Svec
    Honeybees have 10 rules that they live by, and these rules, when applied to your life, will make you smart with money and a great investor! Discovered by accident, the authors learned that many of the rules are similar to those of great investors such as Warren Buffet, Benjamin Graham and Mohnish Pabrai. Each book chapter starts with a Bee Story where a honeybee rule or habit is discussed. Next, the Smart Money Lesson takes that rule and applies it to everyday life. Finally, in each chapter, th... more
  • Yes You Can: 5 Steps to Being a More Effective CEO of Your Life

    by Paul Hector

    Are you trying to find purpose, looking to transform your outlook and life so that you can unlock your potential! Well here’s a book that can accompany you on your journey. "Yes You Can: 5 Steps to Becoming the CEO of Your Life" is a comprehensive guide to personal success and growth in today's rapidly changing and challenging world. The book provides readers with practical tools, heuristics, and mental models to help them achieve their personal goals and find balance, purpose, and meaning in... more

  • There Was a Baby...

    by Laura Camerona
    This book is for caregivers to read with children whose family experiences a miscarriage, stillbirth, or infant death. Oftentimes, families don't know how to explain something this tragic to a child. The book gives families words to support feelings that a child may have and to move forward as a family unit. The book includes: -Tips for caregivers -Illustrations that represent all families -Simple words that help all children understand -Activity ideas that families can do together to re... more
  • Being and Love: An Ontological Investigation into Human Existence

    by Joshua Heskamp
    In Being and Love: An Ontological Investigation into Human Existence, the author, Joshua Heskamp, examines the deepest meaning of human existence through an exploration of the ontological connection between being and love. The main topics covered along the way are: the experience of reality, the ontological structure of phenomenal experiences, the nature of consciousness, the body, the intelligibility of the world, being-in-the-world, being-in-itself, being-with-others, love, the Trinity, theodi... more
  • EMOTIONS FOR TEENS AND TWEENS: The 1st visual book on emotional intelligence for tweens and teens told through infographics. A g

    by Ivi Green
    Emotional intelligence is the foundation of a happy and successful life. Our kids and teens have to understand and manage emotions, not suppress, hide, or let them burst out. How do we deal with feelings skillfully, live through them, receiving the vital message any emotion brings us? We have created a visual guide to emotional intelligence that teaches teens in a unique, precise manner. It’s like a graphic nonfiction novel or an encyclopedia of the emotional self. EMOTIONS FOR TEENS A... more
  • Anger Is Your Compass

    by Moshe Ratson
    Anger is an internal warning system that alerts you to problems and shows you how to solve them. With his revolutionary approach, psychotherapist and anger specialist Moshe Ratson teaches you how to access the wisdom of anger to transform your life. This anger management program provides practical skills and exercises that will help you establish emotional freedom and become your best self, benefiting you and everyone around you.
  • Say Anything

    by Fiona Jefferies
    When your friend gets diagnosed with a serious illness. When your colleague is going through a messy divorce. When your neighbour makes a racist or homophobic remark. There are so many moments in life when you feel stunned, shocked, saddened, or baffled, and simply don’t know what to say. Your mind goes blank and you can’t find the right words. This book is for moments like those. Say Anything is a guide on what to say and how to say it. Organised from A to Z, this book covers Agei... more
  • Hurt No More: Grow a Foundation for Healing

    by Rebecca E Chandler
    Hurt No More, Grow a Foundation for Healing is a journal that encourages readers to stand in their truth, identify the source of their trauma, and begin the work to heal. Over ten sections, this workbook is filled with thoughtful and inspirational simple exercises, tips, and resources to guide survivors. The journal encourages readers to fully express the source of their trauma and begins to build an early foundation to improve mental health and build a life of joy. A motivational resource, read... more
  • Is He Mr. Right...or Mr. Right Now?: Consciously Create Your Love Story

    by Heather Leah

    In this creative non-fiction self development relationship book, as an accomplished and strong business woman, Heather wanted to create and attract the most important aspect of her life…an even match when it came to romantic love and partnership. Heather's journey involves nine marriage proposals and her soul’s continued evolution catalyzed by being in relationship with each of these men whom she acknowledges were soul mates including Mr. Office Romance, Mr. Mom, Mr. Iro... more

  • Why Knot? a personal quest

    by Richard Seltzer
    Intriguing, common-sense suggestions that could change your life or maybe even the world. Questions you'll wish you had asked. Answers you never imagined. I don't think outside the box. There is no box. The box is an illusion that limits the range of what we consider, squashing curiosity and creativity, ruling out possible solutions. Please join me on this journey of exploration.
  • S.I.D(suicidal)

    by mahamud hassan

    Samuel is a Somalian American who struggles to live through mental health challenges.He clings to love but feels so rejected by it. In this incredibly emotional story, Samuel, a 23-year-old, is on the brink of committing suicide; he reflects on his life based on the ideas of love, time, tears, pain, and death. Each have a significant amount of influence on Samuel's life as a child and as an adult. Samuel understands that he needs help, and he even attempts to get help but with all his pri... more

  • A Life Well Lived

    by Dean Bates
    This book in not an autobiography but instead is a book filled with life experiences from which the author recognizes the help from the Lord. Along with this adventurous journey through his life, the author interjects inspiration to help the reader be encouraged to view his own personal experiences in a similar way, finding hope and joy. "From the fullness of His Grace, we have all received one blessing after another." John 1:16
  • Beyond Your Confines: The key to free your mind

    by Chris Warren-Dickins
    The pandemic confined you to your home, and now you have emerged, blinking into the daylight of hope. But to what extent has your mind kept you trapped within a prison of your own creation? We have always constructed labyrinthian prisons of fears and assumptions, but the evolution of technology has taken us further from the wisdom and natural rhythms that we can find within. The less aware you are of your internal (mental) state, the more you become a prisoner of it, and this blindness can le... more
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