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by YOYO THE VOICEGrowing through the pain: Breaking Generational Curses was written to help those who grew up in pain but are ready to move past the hurt. Whether the pain was from family, friends, abuse or lack of love. Often times we experience trauma early on in life that hinders us into adulthood. Some of us suppress it and try not to acknowledge it. While others find it very difficult to cope with everyday life because they can’t forget it. We all experience different walks of life but our ultimate goal is ... more
by Wayne Drayton"The Two Sides of Being Single: A Biblical Perspective" is a book that is dedicated to single Christians who are either desiring to maintain a single Christian life or who are seeking God to bless them with a husband or a wife. The book is divided into two parts. The first part of the book focuses on maintaining a single Christian life. This is not an easy task, but it can be accomplished by a Christian placing his or her trust in God. With God's help, a Christian can draw closer to God so that ... more
by Donna Beaumont-Harding"Who Am I? I Am" offers an enlightened child's unique perspective on their connection to family, friends and nature. They reflect on life lessons such as, how they make other people feel, their relationship with their environment, what they can learn from others and sad situations and how they can help or save others. Actions relating to each of these life lessons have a vibrational impact on everything.
by Teresa HarlowCo-parenting doesn’t have to be hard, or mean sacrificing either one's family or happiness. It's simply a matter of focus and choices. Combative to Collaborative: The Co-parenting Code channels parents’ attention to what they really want…to be good parents. While most books on the topic focus on minimizing negative impacts on the kids, Combative to Collaborative centers on the parenting relationship. Using anecdotes from her personal experience and from others, Harlow provides parents a road ma... more
by Artika TynerWhat is inclusive leadership? How can you take practical steps to pursue justice and equity in your practice and in organizations in which you have a leadership role? The Inclusive Leader provides a pathway for leaders to effect change through reflecting on and grappling with unconscious and implicit biases, encouraging honest discussions, and taking action to change organizational behavior for the better. It provides a practical framework for building the essential leadership competencies ro... more
by Jacqui LetranAre you tired of constantly struggling to “keep up” with everyone else? Does fear or self-doubt prevent you from enjoying your life? If you want to stop feeling overwhelmed by your stress, anxiety, or fear, this book can help. Filled with real-life examples and step-by-step instructions, you can overcome your fear and self-doubt and confidently go after what you want.
by Jacqui LetranIs your daughter struggling with her emotions? Does she often replay arguments and let-downs in her mind and feeling even worse about herself and her situation? What if your daughter doesn’t have to struggle with her feelings anymore? Once she learns these 5 simple steps, she can start taking charge of her emotions and take charge of her life.
by Elaine J. BrzyckiPurpose and Possibilities meets the needs of our time, and your own unique needs just in time! This book offers solutions to finding greater meaning in life and seeing new possibilities for how to live a happy, healthy, and flourishing life. Fifteen (15) substantive "Reflections" lead you to your own deeper self-knowledge and increased well-being. If you are ready to access new possibilities heretofore unavailable to you, make a difference with your life, see and feel the power of your dreams, a... more
by Regina Noel DowningMusic soothes our souls, wiggles get the mad out, giggles lighten the load, and a snuggle brings a calm connectedness. Give a Little Snuggle is a story about your child. The delightful illustrations, text, and music, are created with all hearts in mind. It is a story about blue times and rough times, and the fear that comes with those times. It is a story that teaches children and adults alike, that though we may have blue times, rough times, and fearful times, there is always something we can d... more
by Dimitra Doumpioti
Love may be the blindest spot of our civilization.
We talk, write, and sing about it, live for it, die for it, and yet love does not directly inform the way we structure our society. We have managed to digitally connect the whole planet but still struggle when it comes to understanding how our relationships work. In this ground-breaking new synthesis of psychological theory, psychotherapy expert Dimitra Doumpioti brings a fundamental expression of human life into the sp... more
by Gavin MuschampStart to love and heal yourself, everyone and the planet Earth. We are at a crossroads now. Covid-19 has given us the chance to pause for a while, to reconsider our lives. What is important? What do we really want? For ourselves, for others and for the planet itself? We have this opportunity now to change things and to choose to move forward together towards a better world. This concise book outlines important topics to think about and to work on. Although this might be considered a ‘serious... more
by Ali ZakariaDo you wake up every morning feeling anxious about how you will survive this day with the same dissatisfaction and depression? Are you continuously overthink everything you do or say? You thought that achieving monetary success is the way to happiness, but it is not happening. Ali Zakaria is a judge in Cairo, Egypt, who witnessed litigations daily in the courtroom and witnessed how success and winning did not always bring happiness. Divorce, theft, assassinations, he has seen it all. He spent fi... more
Healing the Stormy Marriage: Hope and Help for YOU When Your Loved One Has Mental Health or Addiction Issuesby R Christian Bohlen
Instead of “Run and don’t look back!” here’s proof that marriages embroiled in mental health or addiction issues can make it—and how. If your spouse has mental health or addiction issues, this Christian-based resource is for you.
Do you agonize over thoughts like these?
- Will we ever be happy?
- My hopes for my life are unraveling.
- How do I establish boundaries so I don’t feel so resentful?
- How can I support my spouse while also getting my needs ... more
by Kate J ParkerIn this life transforming book, Kate J Parker shares profound insights layered with her personal experiences to help create a life of passion, purpose, joy, satisfaction, and self-acceptance. This self-help book, creates personal growth, development, and transformation by learning: - To create a dream life through the power of conscious living. - How to harness thoughts to achieve positive thinking, great outcomes, improved wellness, and happiness. - How to be the leader of self, and not... more
by Dr. Jia GottliebIn aah . . . The Pleasure Book, Jia Gottlieb, MD, sets out to redefine and reclaim the wisdom of pleasure as a natural resource as essential to our health and well-being as fresh air and clean water, and moreover, the key to a fulfilling and meaningful life. Interweaving his own life experiences and work as a healer with insights from history, religion, philosophy, neuroscience, and mysticism, Dr. Gottlieb offers a deep and clear understanding of pleasure—what it is, what it isn’t, and why we ne... more
by Stephanie RaffelockEver since Eve was banned from the garden, women have endured the oftentimes painful and inaccurate definitions foisted upon them by the patriarchy. Maiden, mother, and crone, representing the three stages assigned to a woman’s life cycle, have been the limiting categories of both ancient and modern (neo-pagan) mythology. And one label in particular rankles: crone. The word conjures a wizened hag—useless for the most part, marginalized by appearance and ability. None of us has ever truly fit the... more