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by Nina Linchiki
In this motiovational book "This Will Pass Too - Beat Cancer With Zero Fear" the author shares her uplifting story of winning over cancer. Confronting the fears of illness and depression, the battle continues with the fundamental life question: Who am I?
The book seamlessly combines the author's personal experience with practical psychological exercises designed to guide cancer patients toward healing and recovery. Its resounding message, "... more
Things My Husband Said: The painful reality of covert verbal and emotional abuse in a marriage from the perspective of a wife whby Jennifer FreeIn Things My Husband Said, author Jennifer Free outlines the painful reality of covert verbal and emotional abuse in a marriage and the detailed plan she developed over several years that ultimately empowered her to safely leave while maintaining primary physical custody of her daughter without a lengthy legal battle. This important work: -\tShines a necessary spotlight on marital abuse that does not leave physical bruises – but still causes harm – by sharing the ugly covert verbal abuse Free... more
by Shogo Onoe📚 Why "Song of Life" Matters •\tDiscover the power of self-discovery and inner transformation. •\tUnearth the meaning and joy hidden in everyday experiences. •\tLearn from Shogo's inspiring journey and apply his insights to your own life. •\tFind your unique path to success, happiness, and fulfillment.
by Greenleaf Book GroupEntrepreneurs can go the distance with an endurance athlete’s formula for success: have the grit to start, the stamina to finish, and the balance to live fully along the way. Entrepreneurs know taking a company all the way through scale-up to a successful exit is a grueling, long-haul endeavor, a special kind of endurance sport. Get a competitive advantage by learning the secrets of the masters of sustained performance: endurance athletes. In Built to Finish, Steven Pivnik takes the reader... more
by B ValentineBlending Christian faith with Stoic philosophy, the author presents a unique perspective. While firmly rooted in faith, the wisdom within transcends religious boundaries, offering solace and guidance for all. Through these pages, discover the power of stoicism - the art of focusing on what you can change and accepting what you cannot. However, this book goes beyond stoicism; it emphasizes the importance of faith, the unwavering belief that doing the right thing will ultimately lead to the bes... more
by Ann M DimentTurning the Tables on Burnout provides the practical tips and techniques that will help you in coping with all the stress and strain of life. Through this book, Ann M. Diment shares a powerful source that you need to reclaim your energy, take control of your life, and be free from the shackles of burnout. Discover the balance in your life and shrug off all the stress away! This book is a handbook and guide for every person who has had to deal with burnout. Packed full of 'burn brighter' tips ... more
by Hermes Astrology
"The Astrologer's Guide: Mastering Birth Chart Interpretation" is a comprehensive and illuminating work written by Hermes Astrology, a seasoned practitioner in the world of astrology. This book is an essential resource for both novice and experienced astrologers, offering a deep dive into the art and science of birth chart interpretation.
by Barbara FoxGetting old isn't so bad when you consider the alternative! So this book isn't about getting old; it's about being young for a very long time. The author Barbara Fox has compiled articles, poems, plays, questions and answers, quotations and sayings from the real experts (people who are sixty and over) on a variety of subjects. How to answer people when they ask: How old are you? What did you do before you retired? Why are you trying internet dating at your age? Other topics includ... more
by Warren Pennicooke
Empowerment is a journey of self-discovery and change. It is about uncovering our unique gifts and abilities and finding the courage to use them effectively.
The path to empowerment is not always easy, but it is worth it. Across the ages, from ancient civilizations to modern times, the struggle for empowerment has been a driving force in human history.
From the defiant cry of ... more
by ArthurWhy do we prefer to say that someone has “passed away” rather than simply saying that the person has died? When did people begin to believe that there was existence after death? In what other ways does death affect how we live? This book examines death as a phenomenon in human culture. It looks at how our attitudes about death have changed over many centuries. There is a detailed critique of views on the belief in existence after death, and an analysis of how our attitude about existence after d... more
by Alexandre-luc Wahlström Smith
In "The Serious Side to Humour," readers will discover how humor can be used as a tool to navigate challenging situations and foster empathy and understanding when addressing personal and societal struggles. This book explores the psychology behind humor, different types of humor, and practical strategies for incorporating humor into serious topics. It also addresses the challenges of using humor in discussions of emotive topics and provides guidance on how to navigate these challen... more
by Alexandre SmithLiving With Manic Depression is a comprehensive guide to understanding bipolar disorder and managing its symptoms. This book offers a variety of case studies and personal stories that showcase the multifaceted nature of the condition and highlight the resilience and determination of those living with it. By presenting a variety of experiences, this book aims to reduce stigma, increase empathy, and promote understanding among readers.In addition to traditional treatments like medication and thera... more
by Dr. Sammy Winemaker and Dr. Hsien SeowThe essential guide for every patient and family The doctor’s office called. It’s not good news. What comes next? When you are diagnosed with a life-changing illness, it can be overwhelming. While your diagnosis cannot be changed, the way you experience your illness can. In Hope for the Best, Plan for the Rest, Dr. Seow and Dr. Winemaker have combined their decades of palliative care research and experience in caring for seriously ill patients. They have harnessed the advice of thousand... more
by Dr. Robyne Hanley-DafoeIt’s time to make stress your ally, not your enemy. Stress is inherent to the human condition. When not properly understood, stress can wreak havoc on our mental and physical health, our relationships, and our lives. But it doesn’t have to be that way. In Stress Wisely, award-winning psychology scholar and resiliency expert Dr. Robyne Hanley-Dafoe explains how we can be strategic in stressful times by challenging everything we’ve been told about stress—and wielding its power in our f... more
Raising Good Humans Every Day: 50 Simple Ways to Press Pause, Stay Present, and Connect with Your Kidsby Hunter Clarke-FieldsLittle ways to stay mindful, be present, and raise good humans—every day! As a parent, it’s the little things you do each and every day that can help your kids grow up to be kind, confident, and conscientious human beings. But if you’re like many parents, you’re probably feeling overwhelmed by the daily rush of getting to school on time, helping your kid finish their homework, planning meals, and all the seemingly endless tasks that pile up and steal the fun out of just being with your child.... more