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by Steve Ochs
Eighty percent of modern, middle-aged men are having what is known as a midlife crisis. These men representthe highest concentration of wealth, the longest termns of unemployment and (drum roll please) the highest rate of suicicde. They also possess over forty million inappropriate gold stud earrings, seventeen billion individual hair transplants and eight thousand miles of hairy muffin top. These are the MIDMEN.
MIDMEN: The Modern Man’s Guide to Surviv... more
by Marla O'BrienWine Within Your Comfort Zone reveals the intimate yet complicated relationship women have with wine in today's celebratory culture. Grounded in Marla O'Brien's personal story, this book uses stories of women struggling in a world of overindulgence to offer practical advice on how to modify and moderate your wine-drinking routine. If you are wondering "Am I drinking too much wine?" but feeling that the label alcoholic doesn't quite fit, Wine Within Your Comfort Zone will guide you to look within... more
by Daniel Jacobs
There is nothing mystical about "The Natural Laws of Selling" except in the sense that these laws are unknown to most people. The book simply unravels the mystery of why some people are lucky in life and others aren't.
It highlights the fact that natural laws do exist, as they have for ages, ready to be put to use by anyone who cares to do so. For some reason, relatively few people have taken advantage of this knowledge even when it has been known.
by Paul Van der Merwe
Lucky Go Happy is a modern-day fable full of witty humour that is written for teenagers and adults. This easy-to-read book will equip readers with knowledge to be happier, and to be happy more often.
Lucky Go Happy follows the adventures of Lucky the rat who is sent on a quest by Lion into the African Bushveld to find out what makes other animals happy.
Through his encounters with wise and colorful characters, Lucky capture... more
by Glenn Arekion“I’m living the dream” is an expression that is often used but hardly ever experienced. Much has been said about the importance of dreams and visions for a fulfilled life. Yet, there are more dissatisfied people today, than ever. This is because without wisdom, strategies and disciplines, visions remain grounded. Many have not reached the lofty positions that their dreams had for them due to a lack of these three fundamental forces. Solomon, the most successful entrepreneurial king, knew the ... more
by Adam WilmetMany times are parents we are not always geared with answer. This book teaches you life lessons to pass on to your kids though history and story telling.
by James SoilBased on a true story, Child of a Prescription Drug Abuser is a riveting, mind blowing book about a young man who in the early 70's at the ripe age of nine-years old witness his mother and aunt's downward spiral, from hard working middle class women to abusers and dealers of prescription pills provided by their family doctor.
by Cathy RaffertyOf all the relationships women engage in on a daily basis – friend, lover, wife, mother, co-worker, boss – the one we seem to have the most trouble with is actually the most important relationship of all: the one we have with ourselves. I Am Not A Barbie aims to end our non-existent and, in some cases self-destructive, relationship with ourselves and the others in our lives. How? By learning to understand what goes into a relationship, steps for making it work and how to fix it when it’s broken... more
by Terry Barnett-MartinHave you ever been in a relationship or friendship where you felt you were... Always on shaky ground, never sure what was going to happen? In a mental and emotional wrestling match that left you tired and on guard? Invisible and never taken seriously? Or taken for granted, pushed around, even bullied? We all want to feel safe and contented in our relationships, and the key is good fences. Let’s face it, everything in life is about relationships...with ourselves, other people, idea... more
by Deaidre Newby
A Stimulating Story That Will Transform The Lives of Gays and Lesbians
The lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, and transgender (LGBT) community, and their family members are looking for answers concerning the unique challenges they face. These individuals need real solutions to their sincere questions. Surrendering: A Blue Print of My Life provides answers to their pressing whys:
• Why do I think and feel this way?
• Why can’t... more
by Tim ClausenHow do male couples keep their relationship healthy and thriving for fifteen, thirty, even sixty years? Longtime couples share candidly in Love Together how they navigate issues of monogamy, intimacy, affection, communication, money, spirituality, marriage, and parenting. Included here are the first military couple in America to wed, a Catholic theologian, a pioneering Texas pair featured in a 1996 Life Magazine article, a practicing Buddhist couple who recently celebrated their 60th anniversary... more
by Dionne L. FieldsToday I’m breaking my silence, by writing this self-help novel for all the mothers in America. Who son was racial profiled by a security officer or a police officer. Every time I turn on the news, I hear stories of African- American mothers, who had to endure the nightmare of her son being racial profiled to death. This self- help novel is to encourage every heartbreaking mother, to continue to speak out and share your story with the world. And just maybe one day soon, racial... more
by Dionne FieldsCancer survivor museum for women diagnose with uterine cancer, ovarian cancer, cervical cancer, vaginal cancer and vulvar cancer. This museum is in honor of my mother Theresita Fields. She was diagnose with uterine cancer in 2012. And lost her fight just 10 days of her 64th birthday on October 26, 2012. About uterine cancer It’s my goal to help woman fight Uterine Cancer. To honor my mother's memory (Theresita Fields) 10-16-48 - 10-26-12. And to raise funds ... more
by Mark A. Williams Sr.My book teaches readers to learn the methods Sherlock Holmes used to size up people. It provides tips, techniques and exercises readers can use to apply his methods.
by Anthony BayssWe live in a society where talking openly about your feelings and mood comes with reluctance. For some people their daily stresses and worries can grow into an unchecked illness. There is nothing more terrifying than living with a mental illness while it consumes your thoughts and ultimately takes control of your actions. The critical decision by author Anthony Bayss to voluntarily admit himself into an emergency psychiatric center was made to stymie another attempted suicide. Voluntary ... more
by Winnie MbalaWinnie Mbala shares encouraging words to those that need them the most – Christian singles. The author’s new book, Why am I still single? Advice for Christian single women guides single women, specifically, on the correct path to what God has in store for them. The essence of this book is to usher readers into their individual, God-ordained destinies. The author rightly insists that “Mr. Right” will always be drawn to the woman who is operating in her divine gifts and services for the Lord.