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  • Higher and Friendly Powers

    by Peg O'Connor
    An expansive alternative for those who have struggled with the “higher power” of AA’s 12-step program, Higher and Friendly Powers (Wildhouse Publications / September 1, 2022) offers a sense of human decency, moral ideals, and even a better version of oneself. In Higher and Friendly Powers, Peg O’Connor, PhD, addresses an audience much like herself: those in recovery who have struggled with the Christian-centric God at the heart of Alcoholics Anonymous. She brings our attention to a little-... more
  • Significance

    by Tab Edwards

    I have always had pet peeves--certain behaviors by people that made me wonder, "What is motivating that reasonably rational person to behave in such a manner?" It was obvious to me that their behavior was exhibited for some reason other than that which the person wants us to believe. For example, I've always wondered: Why do athletes, entertainers, and others frequently and publicly proclaim, “I want to thank God”? I was certain that their reason was not to genuinely... more

  • There is Nothing to Fix: Becoming Whole Through Radical Self-Acceptance

    by Suzanne Jones
    Feel like something in you is broken beyond repair? Explore ways you have the radical power inside to heal yourself. Trying to work through long-term pain with little to no results? Do scars from your past keep you from being your best self? Sick of persistent feelings of unworthiness? Developer of the science-based Trauma Informed Mind Body Program and founder of the global TIMBo Collective, Suzanne Jones has helped thousands of women in their recovery journey. Now she’s here to share how to... more
  • Daily Gratitude Reflections Volume 2: 365 Inspirational Guides to Grateful Living

    by Deborah L Perdue
    Would you like to be a happier, more peaceful, and positive person? Practicing gratitude each day is well worth the effort. It is the power to transform negative thinking, limited perceptions, low vibration emotions (such as anger, depression, anxiety ), and how you experience life in general. Peace, joy, and a brighter outlook are natural consequences of flowing gratitude. Uncovering things to be grateful for, even in challenging moments, is a skill most of us need to be taught, and then ... more
  • New You! Who Knew?

    by David R. Edwards
    Life is messy. It flashes by as you wonder what your future will be and how to influence it. You struggle to take charge of your life and it’s frustrating. Trying new things never works as well as you hoped. Why isn’t your story as wonderful as those you read about? YOU are the focus in New You! Who Knew? Each chapter helps you build the core skills you need for everything else to fall into place. The surprising but enduring foundations encourage you to build a life to be proud of. Without t... more
  • The Goffman Lectures

    by Thomas Hood
    This book consists of essays presented as lectures to undergraduate and graduate students at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. The context was a special class during which students were reading the published work of Erving Goffman and writing about what they were reading. Some students enrolled as philosophy students and others as sociology students. Professor Hood and Professor Van De Vate often handed out printed versions to the students on the day they were presented. Dr. Hood took thes... more
  • Public Speaking: Motivational Speeches In Depth

    by Ali R. Jaber
    Public speaking is not something simple, it is rather built from emotion, logic, and facts. In this book we breakdown the deep side of motivational speaking. A book written by popular Author, Motivational Speaker, and Writer Ali R. Jaber who provides sophisticated speaking strategies. 
  • Is Everyone at the Table?

    by Ernest G Tannis
    In this collection of 18 lively, real-life stories that are based on actual interventions, Ernie Tannis illustrates the importance of values, perseverance, trust, humour, and other principles in dealing with everyday disagreements and disputes. Drawing on his extensive experience in both interpersonal and international situations, he demonstrates how mediation principles can have practical benefits in daily interactions, even in tragic or violent circumstances. Captivating personal anecdotes com... more
  • Toast

    by Eddie Rice
    With a short, snappy, and straightforward speechwriting system, this practical handbook is your all-in-one guide for nailing the perfect toast, arming you with a comprehensive overview of the full speechwriting process. Built on a simple 7-day brainstorming system, you’ll uncover how you can brainstorm clever speech ideas, structure your speech with humor and storytelling, and overcome your fear of public speaking with a tried-and-tested plan.
  • Are You Love Smart Or Love Stupid?

    by Dr. Rachel Sims
    If you could uncomplicate your love life, would you do it? Well, look no further! Marriage and relationship expert, Dr. Rachel Sims, has written this comprehensive guide to understanding and identifying the limiting and damaging myths that prevent many of us from experiencing fulfilling relationships. In this book, Dr. Sims provides an invaluable source of information, applicable real-life examples, as well as clear and concise takeaways to put you on the right path to finding and keeping love. ... more
  • Finding Spirit in Prison Inmates' Dreams

    by Carol Oschman
    What makes prisoners' dreams different? Stress! Stress brings on dreams. Much can be learned, lives change. Rehabilitation has a new tool! True stories from a prison dream group leader. Think about what it can do for you!
  • The Ho'Oponopono Way of Life: A Model for Awakening and Embracing the Human Soul's True Identity

    by Donna Marie Vida B. A.
    Are you ready to unlock the wisdom and treasures that exist in your inner spiritual realm and that are awaiting a connection with you now? You can manifest the life you long for, expand your awareness and definition of self, and realize your full potential and ability to create a more peaceful world. The Hooponopono Way of Life guides you through exercises and processes that put you in charge of your own inner journey. Clear and informative, it helps you understand the core being of who you ar... more
  • Before Getting Married: Facts Every Young Man and Woman Should Know

    by Ndungu Mungai
    This book, Before Getting Married: Facts Every Young Man and Woman Should Know, seeks to help you identify: Questions you should ask yourself before you find a partner. Reasons you should get married or keep away from marriage. Behaviors and practices you should adopt before you say "I do!" Things you should do before you start thinking of dating and marriage. Habits that can help you attract a good marriage mate. Factors that can make it hard for you to get a partner. Sexual practice... more
  • Flat Gut After COVID: Secrets to Breaking Free of Pandemic Pounds and Lockdown Blues

    by Douglas Setter
    Flat Gut After COVID was written for the millions of previously active people who have sunk into lethargic and listless outlooks during the COVID lockdown. It is also during this lockdown that depression, overdoses, and suicide rates have tripled in some areas. Setter, a former soldier and United Nations peacekeeper, Sgt. (Ret'd) share his methods of how to reprogram your mind and body to get stronger and healthier. These are the same methods that the author has used during long months of iso... more
  • Wake Up! Change Up! Rise Up!

    by Lynn Lok-Payne

    2022 IBPA Benjamin Franklin Silver Award Winner in Self-Help!

    A clear-cut guide to navigate challenges, let go of limiting beliefs and find joy. Reinvent yourself with this award-winning inspirational book to create a life you love!

    Lynn Lok-Payne describes how she navigated the unimaginable loss of her husband, then just three weeks later watched her house engulfed in flames. Finding her own way out of overwhelming life changes, she is here to share the expert findings ... more

  • Resolve to Rise

    by Lilli R Correll
    In Resolve to Rise, Lilli Correll investigates the fundamental reasons why it feels so hard to recover after deep suffering—especially suffering caused by abuse—offering compelling solutions to equip readers in their efforts to move forward. Through deeply personal stories as well as clinical findings and statistics, Resolve to Rise lays out a proven approach to healing, developed over the author’s own fifty-year journey and honed through twenty years of counseling others. The book offers concre... more