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by Jen Nash
The Big Power of Tiny Connections—How Small Interactions Spark Awesome Outcomes, is a book about how small interactions truly can be the catalyst for unexpected and powerful opportunities. Now more than ever, in the middle of a pandemic, people NEED to feel connected to the world and the people all around. Using true-life stories and scientific research on how we listen, talk, and crave connection Jen Nash demonstrates that making time to connect is the most productive thing ... more
by Thad Harshbarger, Ph.D.
You are already aware of your history, present circumstances, and difficulties with insomnia. This book helps you use that information to make effective changes in your life that lead to better sleep. A wide range of insomnia sources are presented, along with a structure that organizes them so you can more easily find and address the ones that are bothering you.
Like a road map, Your Sleep Map helps you get to your destination as efficiently as possible. Once you decide wha... more
by Preston Love Jr.
Preston Love, Jr. is an advocate and activist in Omaha, Nebraska. He frequently presents to groups on topics from voting to business, to community involvement and philanthropy. He was a candidate for Senate in the 2020 Nebraska elections.
The articles in this book have been collected from my columns and other sources to provide a single book containing his last few years of contributions to the Omaha World-Herald and others.
by D TERRENCE FOSTER, MD
BRIEF SUMMARY OF THE STRESS BOOK FORTY-PLUS WAYS TO MANAGE STRESS & ENJOY YOUR LIFE
This book takes a comprehensive approach to stress management & prevention and how modifying our lifestyles and taking practical steps can significantly reduce the stress level we are experiencing.
More than forty approaches to stress reduction, management, and prevention are covered in this book, giving you practical guidance applicable to most lives’ issues and circumstances.
by Jenifer DeBellisWarrior Sister, Cut Yourself Free from Your Assault is a vital and timely self-help tool for teen girls, young women, or anyone working to overcome physical and sexual assault trauma, as well as the professionals who serve them. The pages within are designed specifically for teen girls and young women for two reasons. First, they’re collectively the largest demographic impacted by physical violence with the least recovery resources. Second, as fellow survivors, they should know where to find the... more
by Martha TothAre you searching for life’s meaning and path, or feeling uprooted from home, family, marriage, or job? This book provides no answers. We believe that what you are searching for was always there, inside you, and that only you can find your personal answers. There is no easy recipe to follow. It will take time and introspection to uncover exactly who you are and were meant to become. Passport 2 Purpose is intended as a sort of guidebook on your life journey. Instead of telling you what sights to... more
by Rebecca HulseA rebel, a sketchbook, and a self-care guide walk into a bar... They get hammered, and here's the end result Rebellious Rituals isn't a plan-- it's an exploration. This book is for rebels who want to take off on their own adventure, not be given marching orders. Rebecca guides you to change your daily-life experiences with indulgent self-care, frank acknowledgments, and explosive creativity. Welcome to a candid guide on how to change anything you're fucking over. Warning: There's much m... more
by Michael Vincent MooreIn his second book on emotional intelligence “Mastering your emotional Heart-Print”, Michael blends age old spiritual wisdom with modern knowledge and timely advice to create a renewed understanding of what it is like to be human in today’s world. In it, learn how your whole life improves in the process of following such a path; better relationships, more fulfillment, greater opportunities, and more love, for yourself, and others.
The Last Relapse: Realize Your Potential, Reclaim Intimacy, and Resolve the Root Issues of Porn Addictionby Sathiya SamPorn isn’t the problem—even when your pornography addiction rules your life. Finding fulfillment and living in your faith as a healthy, successful, and godly man is overshadowed by the need to consume porn. You can try internet filters, accountability partners, or even spiritual disciplines to stop slipups, but they don’t stop the temptation and sexual obsession. You need more than prayer and quick fixes to resolve the root of your addiction and free yourself from pornography. Addiction recov... more
by Ana BurgueraAnia vive en un pequeño pueblo, donde la mayoría de los habitantes se emborrachan para respaldarse del tremendo frío de -17 grados diarios. Su abuela ya no tiene fuerzas para hacerse cargo ni de ella ni de sus hermanos. Son puestos de adopción en un orfanato de la misma ciudad de Chernihiv. A sus 7 años de edad, Ana es adoptada por su nuevo padre, el cual no tenía ni mujer ni hijos propios, Juan Burguera, junto a ella, adopta a 4 niños más. Ana pasa a tener una nueva vida en la preciosa ciudad d... more
by June RoussoBuilding Resilience and Finding Meaning in Life: A Guide for Teens is an interactive book meant to engage readers in learning how to face adversities in life and to find meaning in these experiences. It gives the message that we have a treasure chest of inner resources that can be called upon in the face of adversity. These resources must be discovered and, in some instances, developed to build resilience and find what holds personal meaning. Along with discovering meaning in adversity readers ... more
by Jason MercheyMy book is a fascinating research-based yet personal take on that place where philosophy, psychology, well-being, personal growth, spirituality, politics, and American culture come together (collide?). It is 389 pages, boasts an attractively-designed matte soft cover, and is quite unique. It communicates "This is what wisdom is; here is how it is useful for me; within is inspiration for how it can be useful for you--and the United States as an ailing society."
by Bobby PattonKeys to Healthy Communication is written strategically to improve personal health, both physical and mental, to foster healthier relationships, and to develop a better understanding of how to build and participate in a healthier society. Contemporary issues, particularly the COVID-19 pandemic, are used to illustrate the negative and positive results of communication actions. It is possible to be authentic, empathic and empowered in our actions and our interactions. It is possible to be mindful o... more
by Charlotte Ekker Wiggins
"A Beekeeper's Diary Self-Guide to Beekeeping 2nd Edition" is available in print (310-pages 8.5x11 inches black and white photos) and ebook (70% color). The book covers the first 3 years of beekeeping and supports beginning beekeeping classes with helpful guides and checklists; stands alone as a helpful guide for those who can't make a class but still want to start keeping bees, and includes an extensive helpful index.
The Diary is also a class guide for a Great Plains... more
by Hank QuenseDo you have a story struggling to come out? Do you know how to write it down? Or how to tell it?Writing a story involves weaving many elements together to create a singular tale. If you’re stumped on how to get started, you need this book: Infographic Guide to Creating Stories Hank Quense tells you how to create your story. He believes that stories come from the melding of three elements: getting ideas, story design and story-telling. Ideas have to come from the author. Infographic Guide... more
by David D E Evans"Love and Honour? Marriage for Peace, exposes the ongoing phenomenon of Romeo and Juliet style romance tragedy; families killing their own and other families' daughters, sons, sisters and brothers in the name of family 'honour"". Focused on Northern India and Nepal, the stories illustrate that despite India adopting a democratic constitution in 1950, the public murder of forbidden lovers continues. Media reports of this phenomenon did not surface until 1993, but have increased dramatically since... more