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  • Mommy, Daddy Please Teach Me!

    by Michael A Brown
    Teachers. Remember your favorite? Taught you what you didn't know. A void. They, with great enthusiasm educators know, taught to fill the void with knowledge. Repeated practice equals subject security and the confidence to tackle more. This is where Mommy, Daddy Please Teach Me! comes in for those likely divested of great life lessons. Teach Me! guides adults, parents, grandparents, and caretakers to take an active approach in teaching children what parents may or should do daily. Teach Me! crea... more
  • The Many Relationships of Mental Illness

    by David Vidales
    Having battled manic depression, diagnosed with bipolar I and 15 years of addiction enough was enough. Follow my journey as I battle one set back after another. Finally hitting my rock bottom, nothing would stop me from crawling out of the pit of my own living hell. Witness first hand how my addiction cost me my marriage, nearly ripped my children from my life, down to my own demise. Finally, in 2016 watch a newly found man work and fight his way to author and owner of his company.
  • Black Girl, White School: Thriving, Surviving and No, You Can't Touch My Hair (An Anthology)

    by Olivia V.G. Clarke

    #1 Amazon New Release and Bestseller in 7 Categories!

    Listen to Black women and Black girls. Navigating predominantly white institutions (PWI) as a young Black girl provides amazing opportunities as well as challenging experiences. The poems, anecdotes, and entries found in this book seek to provide support and guidance for Black girls in PWI's and are written by Black girls and women who are current or past attendees of PWI's. Hair, friendship... more

  • Be the Soul Mate You Want to Attract

    by Jeanne Sullivan Billeci
    Jeanne Sullivan Billeci, The Soul Mate Coach, uses her years of coaching experience and training to guide you through the process of releasing your resistance to love and attracting an ideal soul mate much faster. Using strategies that enabled her to shift her dating approach and attract her own soul mate in 24 hours, she shows you how to: •\tIdentify negative relationship patterns and release yourself from mid-life dating myths and limiting beliefs. •\tUnderstand what a soul mate really is ... more
  • The Lying Liar Called Racism: A Love Letter

    by Giselle Fuerte

    I must reluctantly introduce you to an ugly lie some people tell to try to make you believe a mountain is actually a molehill...or a pile of spaghetti. This is the villain of our tale, The Lying Liar Called Racism, and it’ll try to make you feel small, powerless, and bad about yourself. Never fear, though, because you can spot this villain and stay strong against it by remembering that you are not and never will be a pile of floppy, sloppy spaghetti. You’r... more

  • Speaking Through Your Heart : How to Improve Your Relationships With Loving Communication Skills

    by Marilyn Lee
    The saying goes, “No man is an island,” and in any language, this can be understood. Man is social by nature, and so people build relationships with one another. Relationships can help bring out the best in people. But sometimes, some relationships can be detrimental to some people. And while some relationships grow stronger in time, others just fade slowly, sometimes violently, and then they end. Some people move on, some don’t—or couldn’t. Like all living things that grow, relationships need... more
  • Shamanism, Ancestors and Transgenerational Therapy: Contemporary Practices and Universal Wisdom (Genesis Editions)

    by Tony T. Gaillard
    The Ancients already knew the therapeutic potential of the family links between generations that we rediscover in modern transgenerational practices. Far from being a new fashion, the recognition of transgenerational processes dates back to the first shamanic type of communities. Their methods to cure "The Ancestor Syndrome" offer to contemporary therapies essential historical references and valuable teachings. Transgenerational therapy brings a welcome middle ground for exchanges between tradi... more
  • The Extraordinary UnOrdinary You

    by Simone Knego
    Do you wake up every day feeling like you’re going through the motions, that the hundreds of choices you make have almost no impact on the people around you? Many motivational books will tell you that in order to better the world, you must first better yourself. But you really only need to change the way you see yourself and the world around you will change. What you do every day matters and inspires others. By sharing your story, you can motivate and encourage those around you—and in doing so... more

    by Reco McDaniel McCambry
    2020 has been a year like no other. It has brought us unparalleled danger, as well as unparalleled opportunity for real change. With the uprising triggered by George Floyd’s death at the hands of Minneapolis police officers still going strong, there have been many heartening changes to local municipal laws around the country. But we all know it’s not nearly enough. To produce real justice for the Black community, we must have equal economic power and equal access to education – and those are ... more
  • COACH YOURSELF: The secrets used by Master Coaches that get results

    by Kaden James, Author
    Hitting #1 Best-Seller on Amazon, Life, and Wellness Coach Kaden James used and implemented these written techniques to overcome his traumatic childhood which included abuse, bullying, and homelessness. He learned to overcome fears, set and reach goals by taking massive action to overcome obstacles and ultimately designed a happy lifestyle and successful career he enjoys while helping countless others do the same. Packed with the unique top methods used by the world's best life coaches.

    by AMIR JOY
    Morality... Have you ever stopped in your tracks and just wondered what exactly is morality? Of course, morality is what separates us, humans, from animals, right? But then, why do some animals act in such ways that might be described as moral? For instance, chimpanzee will tend to share his food with his peer instead of taking the share for himself. Even rats would choose to save his fellow caged rat instead of choosing to obtain food. Are these moral acts or merely animalistic instincts? If th... more

    by Parth Patel

    “Really effective. Didn’t thought that I will get this much value when saw the book first time. Found out where I was going wrong. Applied action plan and it really worked!!!”

    - Darshan Patel, An awarded businessman

    Beat the monsters by simply managing your mind.

    Are you suffering from depression? Getting depressed due to little incidents? Getting anxious too frequently? Your methods to get rid are not wor... more

  • You're Not the Boss of Me

    by Alma C. Lightbody
    As we age and grow from the time we are born we become pulled into the net of should", "don't" and "can't". We lose the true nature of ourselves as the picture of our personality is painted by others. At some point, we must take back our lives and awaken the possibilities that have been long buried. In You're Not the Boss of Me, author Alma C. Lightbody provides a one-step-at-a-time guide to help you see your life from a new perspective. Using personal examples from her own life, Lightbody shows... more
  • Manage my Emotions: What I Wish I'd Learned in School about Anger, Fear and Love

    by Kenneth Martz, Psy.D.
    •Are you frustrated by emotions that are limiting you from being successful? •Are you looking for a deeper understanding of how emotions shape our lives? •Are your emotions getting in the way of your success at work or relationships? •Do you want to learn the tools for change? If so, this is the book for you. It examines a range of emotions, like fear, anger, joy, compassion, grief and love. It considers how these motivate us, how they sabotage us, and offers us a wide range of strategies ... more
  • Be a Mensch

    by Elisa Udaskin
    Live a more satisfying life and improve relationships by giving more of yourself to others. Who doesn’t want to be a mensch? Someone who exudes kindness, integrity, and honor. The type of person who knows what to say when a friend’s loved one passes away or how to react with empathy and grace when someone at work is being a total schmuck. The kind of person your bubie or grandma would be proud of. Getting into the mensch mindset takes practice. But simple shifts in your approach to every... more
  • Fight for Survival: Undermining Psychological Warfare

    by Jamie Cannon
    Are you tired of being a victim of psychological abuse? Discover the steps to survive this damaging behavior and embrace your new freedom. Do your friend's or family member's harsh words make you doubt your self-worth? Are you or a loved one tormented by emotional harassment? Are you looking for guidance on how to end verbal attacks and restore well-being? As a mental health clinician for over two decades, Jamie Cannon has helped hundreds overcome domestic violence and toxic manipulation. ... more