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by Donna TetreaultDear Me, Letters to Myself for All of My Emotions teaches young children how to recognize and manage the emotions they feel throughout the day. Through a series of letters that begin with, "Dear Me," a young child writes down his feelings. These letters allow him to recognize that he can change how he feels while practicing self-kindness and compassion. Dear Me serves as a guide to help kids learn about expressing feelings, understanding those feelings, and then deciding what to do about them... more
by Alissa DeLaFuenteThis book is for new college students and anyone else who might be feeling like disorganization is ruining their life. You might feel like papers are cluttering your house. You might be a student who chronically misses deadlines you didn’t even know about. My goal in writing this little guide is to condense some practical knowledge and doable next steps into a bite sized package for those who are busy and otherwise occupied. "This candid, constructive book lays the groundwork for self-reflect... more
by Jebb RichardMany introverts feel as though we are living in a world designed for extroverts. Some books provide a rebuttal to this, and help introverts take inventory in their natural strengths. Other books extol the virtues of extroversion and promise the introverted reader that anybody can transformer themselves into an introvert. This book bridges these two approaches, and intends to help the reader develop themselves into an introvert/extrovert hybrid known as an ambivert. It discusses the advantages... more
by Jennifer AldorettaWe could all use a little more self-love and empathy — and let’s make it FUN! “I love my brain!” is the first in a series of chuckle-causing, giggle-getting, tongue-twisting nursery rhymers teaching children about compassion, inclusion, and self-love. “There’s so much inside it, and I can’t deny it. My brain is so helpful and wise, I can’t hide it!” Not only is “I love my brain!” a blast to read (parents are sure to love it as much as your kids), but it also lovingly features children with d... more
by Wendi M. Davis
What cootchie wash do you use? Hearing that question makes you curious now, doesn't it? In this book, we are going to explore what ingredients make up your own personal brand. With a unique twist, you will hear about the lessons learned from online dating and some real-life advice based on where these experiences can take you and what you can learn along the way. Don’t think this is just going to be the type of book that you are talked AT you the whole time. Oh, no. you are going to... more
by shailaja LaxmanThere are situations in life that will make us worried or sad. When we suppress these emotions for a long time, we can get stuck in the sadness and forget how it feels to be happy. This can lead to loneliness, depression, anxiety. It is easy to give up in life and let worry consume you, but there is always a reason to rise above your problems. The boy from afar is the perfect book for children to learn self-love and acceptance.
by Raven SinclairBlogging is your vehicle to happiness.By accepting the “365-Day Blogging Challenge” and committing yourself to write a blog post every day, you can discover your “a-ha” moment and begin living your best life. "Year of the Blog" is an uncomplicated step-by-step guide to help you pursue the things that make you happy and live a purposeful life. Covering the basics on how to start your own blog and what to write about, "Year of the Blog" explores how you can achieve personal happiness and meaning i... more
by Wise CracksThe book is a fun but informative guide to perfecting oral sex.
by Somi OmowoSeparate lives, broken hearts, and struggles. Separate pasts, but destiny drives two hearts in a journey that explores forgiveness and how far each is willing to go to forgive. Can forgiveness really be total irrespective of what the past is filled with? What is forgivable and what is not? Can forgiveness really be all encompassing or are there no-go areas? Betrayal, denial, murder, and unjust imprisonment—can they all just be forgiven like that? Can Gbemi and Leke discover strength to forgive o... more
by Michelle A Cawley
We have self-love completely backwards.
We strive to win the approval and affection of others without regard for our personal integrity. We give freely of our resources hoping our efforts will bolster our enoughness. We’re generous with our love and empathy towards others, but not towards ourselves. It’s a vicious cycle until we choose differently.
Except that you’re not sure where to start. What you do know is this &md... more
by Susan L. Edelman, MDEver wish you had the right words to say to a guy? Ever wanted to excuse yourself from your date to call a friend for advice about what to say? What to Say to Men on a Date is a “quick tip” Be Your Own Brand of Sexy guide to handling tricky questions from men in a way that you are comfortable with and fits your personality. Store it on your phone and you’ll always have the perfect response. If you’ve ever been tongue-tied or regretted your answer when he asked: Do you want to hang ou... more
by Chris Ray
Why all the misery, both violent and emotional? God intended us to be happy. He gave us everything we need to be happy. What happened? How can this world be so far off the original plan? We used to agree to disagree. We had peace. No more. Now we unfriend friends we have had for years. Where is the joy in families that are broken? Divorce, no love or tenderness. The gentleness and natural affection is all but gone. We think we are rich and have need of nothing and know not that we are wretche... more
by Kevin William Grant
Stress, anxiety, depression, trauma, bullying, and burnout have all become "accepted realities" of the modern workplace. This recovery workbook will help you unpack your workplace realities, educate you about PTSD, and help you build your personalized transformation and recovery plan.
Each exercise in the workbook walks you through a process of self-reflection and self-discovery to help you understand and make sense of your situation.
Recovering from PTSD is... more
by Mike HainThis book focuses on the human soul and all of its attributes including love, creativity, empathy, and its journey throughout many earthly lives. Our soul is meant to learn the lessons necessary to become complete and our earthly classroom is the format in which that is possible. The accumulation of these lessons will eventually lead to pure bliss, which is enlightenment. The human soul in all of its complexity evolves with each life we lead. It lives and grows through struggle and love. Without... more
by Brian HennesseyThe Boomer's and Gen-Xer's self-help guide who are looking to get 'unstuck' in today's transformational employment/working world. Part inspirational, part instructional, and part resources.
by Mark Linden O'MearaLet Go and Heal is a positive re-affirming guidebook to help you start dealing with and working through emotional issues that hold you back from leading a more fulfilling life! It is a thought-provoking, awareness-raising and human approach to emotions and healing. By blending scientific research, mind/body, and personal experience, this book creates a comprehensive guide to resolving the issues that keep hurting you. A comprehensive handbook and holistic approach to: - Identifying and challe... more