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by Macy PorterfieldThis book is about Lizzie, who finds it difficult to read and write due to her Dyslexia diagnosis. She sees the words dancing. How does that make her feel when she sees other children in her class read and write perfectly? She feels angry, sad, and disappointing. Lizzie would become gloomy and think of herself as inferior to the rest of her classmates, thinking she would never be like them. She would have continued to feel this way and stay angry at everything if she had not met Mrs. Jackson.
by Shari LeidFind Connection, Confidence, and Happiness with 60 Powerful Questions While you may not have a professional life coach, you have your girlfriends—your ride-or-die friends, your new acquaintances, your colleagues—and now you have my friends as well. Ask Yourself This takes you on a journey of self-discovery as you reflect and journal through its pages. In this final book of the Friendship series, life coach Shari Leid asks simple life questions that lead to thought-provoking answers, prompt... more
by Bradley Frank, Ph.D and Bobby FrankHave you ever tried peeling a sticker off your car? You probably start by looking for a corner that’s raised just enough to get your fingernail underneath. Once you’ve got that edge, though, you can gently pull it away. Sometimes the sticker comes right off with one satisfying tug. Sometimes it tears or separates and you have to start over. Either way, the process begins by getting the edge of the sticker. The same idea applies when life gets sticky. Life is stressful and everyone feels anxious ... more
by Marlene SotoAre you a caregiver for someone with a disability? I know how hard it is. I talk about my own experiences and what I have learned along the way in this book. What I want is for you to know that you're not alone and that there is hope. I'm also a caregiver. I don't have time to give you my life story, but I want to tell you about one of the most important roles you'll ever play in your life- that of a caregiver. This can be for an aging parent, a friend with Alzheimer's or a physical disability,... more
by Sol SmithSol Smith has been a professor for 20 years, but he has spent his entire career feeling like a fraud. Passing school was easy for him, but he never followed the rules; teaching is a pleasure, but he can’t do it the way he was taught to. After two decades, he discovered that he is autistic, dyslexic, and ADHD. By unravelling this revelation, he has finally realized that his way of thinking differently is unique, pleasurable, and forgiving. Sol teaches his students and his readers to abandon ... more
by T. Calvin WardHappiness to the 10th Power is a simple manual on how to find personal happiness that anyone can use. No pie-in-the-sky objectives that depend on wealth or youth or belonging to the "right group.” Instead, Ward presents 10 factors that combine to enhance happiness. Everybody knows what they like and dislike--what brings them happiness (or at least what causes them to be unhappy). This book won't ask anyone to change these personal qualities. Rather, Ward teaches his readers how to prioritize the... more
by Melon DashHave you taken swimming lessons only to be taught strokes as though you were ready to learn them? Strokes are not the beginning of learning to swim. Being comfortable in water is. Comfort, including comfort in deep water, requires information and small, simple, common-sense steps that aren't found in traditional swimming instruction or books. You were born a swimmer and you can learn if you start at the beginning and skip no steps. Everyone can. If something isn't comfortable and fun, it's no... more
by Emma Lou ParkerLooking for effective Self-Help and Self-Reflection Methods to Help You Live Your Happiest Life? This book is packed with helpful information and advice that will guide you step by step on your journey to social anxiety relief. This book can help you: Uncover effective methods that actually WORK Finally get the help you need Get realistic and relatable advice Social anxiety is one of the most common mental health disorders in the world, especially among teenagers. But it doesn't have ... more
by E. Egorhh Frank---Edmond E. FrankAbout Book Five of my Redneck Spirituality Series. In general, rednecks are considered to be conservative. This author is not about purposefully offending, hence the title of the series is Redneck Spirituality. Rednecks also don’t mince words—they say-it-like-they-see-it and may occasionally throw in an F-bomb just to emphasize an important point. This author is a redneck, but a New Thought one. This means everything in his life he recognizes as being self-created. This precludes using the com... more
by T.J. Nicholson
Everything you know, feel, think, dream, remember, fear, and hope for is made that way by your mind. Your entanglement in the subjective experience concocted by mind rules your conduct and obscures your true nature. Your being is subjugated to the reality imposed upon it by mind. In this condition, you are anything but free.
Your liberation from this predicament, the freedom to live as who you truly are, depends upon coming face-to-face with the true nature of your mind. Ancient traditi... more
by Jane LeeThe Answer will help you tune into the ever-present inner wisdom and intuition we all have as a means to determine the best answers for all your life’s critical questions. Moreover, The Answer gives you the guidance, knowledge, steps, and tools you need to prepare for those answers and take action in your life—in a way that is loving and kind, to both yourself and to others. Are you ready to tune in for your best answers, and to finally trust and listen to yourself? In Jane Lee's debut boo... more
by Lois Simmons
The job that you want is on the inside of you. I'm assuming you want to know how you get it. You create it! When did Americans start depending on the government to create jobs for everyone? When did Americans lose their ability to create? I've noticed the children in schools wants you to spoon-feed them everything. They want you to provide all the answers for them. They don't want to think. How did this lazy spirit take over America? We have millions of college graduates without j... more
by Rafal ZielinskiIn How to Develop Happiness, Dr. Zielinski reveals how implementing a few principles, habits, and behaviors can allow the reader to create a purposeful and happy life, even in difficult times. The book can is aimed at students, doctors, and other specialists facing difficulties in their personal and professional lives.
by Peter DwyerThe title of this short book is What's Next?, and the short answer is Who Knows? This is despite the mounting evidence that our current worldwide problems are leading people to reassess their priorities for the future and insist on the need for change. The purpose of the book is to take this contrast seriously, and not only to accept the task of seeing what is at stake as we enter upon a new future, but also to face up to the challenge flowing from what this reveals: Can We Do It?
Bully Navigator: The Ultimate Parent's Guide to Protecting Your Child from Bullying and Sexual Violence at Schoolby Steve CohenIf you have a student who has been victimized while at school, you will need the information in this book to hold administrator's "feet to the fire" to provide protection for your son or daughter. Unfortunately, many administrators cannot be counted upon to do what is right in a situation where your child has been victimized. They are often well intentioned but sadly we have seen over and over that they either don't know what to do or won't do what is needed to do when confronted with the vic... more
by Karl W. Beckstrand
Karl Beckstrand went from frustrating relationships to profound lasting ties. Regardless of marital status or sexual orientation, every person has legitimate needs for love and true union, including with those of one’s own sex. There are more kinds of connection, deeper than we know. When real needs are met generous feelings can replace discouragement, isolation, infidelity, even addiction. Beckstrand shares keys for healing relationships and creating deep lasting same-sex bonds, whethe... more