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  • Dare to Read: Improving Your Reading Speed and Skills

    by Wade Mcjacobs
    Be in control of your reading. With the Read Through It Strategy, you will be empowered to make decisions while you read. You will gain confidence as you decide how much you learn from any given passage. There are no tests of comprehension or word pronunciation. Essentially, you are on a diet of reading whatever it is you would like to read. You are also free to change it if you are not having fun. You are in control! When 16-year-old student, Karen, read the word "little" as "small," she had... more
  • Dare to Read: Improving Your Reading Speed and Skills

    by Wade Dewey McJacobs
    Be in control of your reading. With the Read Through It Strategy, you will be empowered to make decisions while you read. You will gain confidence as you decide how much you learn from any given passage. There are no tests of comprehension or word pronunciation. Essentially, you are on a diet of reading whatever it is you would like to read. You are also free to change it if you are not having fun. You are in control! When 16-year-old student, Karen, read the word "little" as "small," she had... more
  • Both Sides of the Street: Choices & Consequences

    by Marcus Whitley
    Writer and ex-convict Marcus Whitley is a youth advocate who works to help adolescents find a better path. Now, after having made regrettable choices of his own, he is sharing his experiences in the hopes that others won’t make the same mistakes he did. Both Sides of the Street will teach how changing your thought process can help you make smarter decisions instead of impulsive ones. Improving self-awareness can change and maybe even save your life! This book will help you understand how drugs, ... more
  • Affirmations For A Mentor

    by Erminia Cilliers
    CHANGE YOUR MINDSET TO BE THE BEST VERSION OF YOURSELF AND TEACH YOUR CHILDREN THE VALUABLE LESSONS OF LIFE These affirmations from legendary figures will help you obtain the positive mindset you have been seeking to live a successful, balanced life and to be a fantastic role model for your children. Daily affirmations will help you cultivate a positive attitude for you to take on your responsibilities as a parent with poise and grace. It is an exceptional habit to implement in your daily life... more
  • Speaking In Colors

    by Vernita & Nikita Nikol Naylor
    Communication is one of the primary ways that we interact with each other that can either create understanding causing us to meet our goals or a misunderstanding which can cause us to lose time and money. When communicating we transmit information, intelligence, and frequencies. When we converse one to another our frequencies are exchanged, processed, and understood subconsciously through color frequencies. These color frequencies convey our diversity, and intent, as well as our individual perso... more
  • Sometimes When I'm Mad

    by Deborah Serani
    Award-winning author and psychologist Dr. Deborah Serani and illustrator Kyra Teis team up again for "Sometimes When I'm Mad" to address feelings of anger in children. Anger is often an overwhelming emotion for children. Using gentle and straightforward language, this picture book describes a child's experience with anger - and the many ways it can surface, along with ways children can use anger management techniques. A special section for adults offers more information on how anger is ex... more
  • Sometimes When I'm Sad

    by Deborah Serani
    "Sometimes When I’m Sad" is an invaluable self-help resource that helps children identify sadness or depression and offers helpful ways to manage it. This award-winning book is a wonderfully gentle way to take steps toward banishing the stigma around mental illness. A special section at the back of the book provides support for adults, from an explanation of the difference between sadness and depression to helpful tools to manage the illness. Especially useful for counselors, social work... more
  • Living with Depression

    by Deborah Serani

    One out of four Americans will experience mental illness in their lifetime; major depressive disorder is the leading cause of disability in the United States for ages 15 through 44. However, only a fraction of those suffering will seek treatment; 25 percent will seek treatment for symptoms. Stigma claims the other 75 percent, wedging depressed individuals into a life of silent suffering.

    In Living with Depression, Serani outlines the various forms of depression, descr... more

  • Fix Yourself in Jesus

    by Sally Hanan

    If you have been looking for affordable Christian counseling and turning up short, use this Christian self-help workbook as your counseling guide instead.

    Maybe you're tired of being so easily triggered, you're hurting those you love, and you desperately want to be a better person. Perhaps you're losing hope of ever changing. Fix Yourself is a workbook designed to help heal your heart and mind in God's presence so that you can receive your emotional heal... more

  • The Art of Receiving and Giving

    by Betty Martin
    Why would most people endure unwanted or unsatisfying touch, rather than speak up for their own boundaries and desires? This is the question that Betty Martin has explored in her 40+ years as a hands-on practitioner - first as a chiropractor and later as a Somatic Sex Educator, Certified Surrogate Partner and Sacred Intimate. In her framework, “The Wheel of Consent®”, Betty traces the fundamental roots of consent to our own bodies, how we learned to ignore our own desires and needs, and the harm... more
  • letsberealisticpeople: A Strange Journey through Reality

    by OJ Daffodil

    ****WARNING****

    FOR ADULTS ONLY

    This book will offend you and contains strong language and opinions, beliefs, and/or ideas which you may not agree with.  letsberealisticpeople: A Strange Journey through Reality is the second portion of the author's Strange Journey through Reality and is a non-fiction, no-bulls#^, layman take on the reality of this country’s, and EVERY Human Being’s, current Political, Social, and/or Economic Inequalities.  The author uses reflection on personal li... more

  • You Have the Power to Have It All

    by Natalia Furtuna
    You Have the Power to Have It All is about myself who experienced several childhood traumas. Throughout my life I was abused and sexually assaulted among other experiences that were detrimental to my well-being.
  • FANNY RULES: A Mother's Leadership Lessons That Never Grow Old

    by Dr. Troy Hall
    FANNY RULES offers a mother's leadership lessons cloaked in heartwarming and hilarious stories. Dr. Troy's mother aka FANNY passed along nine lessons to her twelve-year-old boy from her bedside. This book features 31 Teachable Moments, which are ideal for purpose-driven leaders who are ready to accelerate their personal and professional success. Just as Fanny passed these valuable leadership lessons on to her son, you can do the same for the next generation of leaders. Join Dr. Troy as he sh... more
  • Tell Her She Can't

    by Kelly Lewis

    Who says you can’t?

    Tell Her She Can’t is the manifesto for every woman who has been told she isn’t strong enough, smart enough, or capable enough to excel—and the motivational anthem for those who have succeeded despite doubt.

    Entrepreneur Kelly Lewis shares the true stories of 35 inspirational women who overcame the naysayers to achieve “impossible” dreams. 

    Tell Her She Can’t is packed with motivational stories of a... more

  • Voices of the Grieving Heart

    by Mike Bernhardt
    When Mike Bernhardt’s wife died, he turned to writing poetry as a tool of healing. He later solicited the poetry of other people whose loved ones had died, receiving hundreds of submissions from around the world. The result was Voices of the Grieving Heart, first published in 1994. More than just an anthology, it is a companion on the darkest road many of us will ever have to travel: grieving the death of someone we loved. This new, expanded edition contains over 160 selected poems, essays, a... more
  • Surviving Our Parents' Mistakes: Healing the Scars from Childhood Mistreatment, Second Edition

    by Larry Godwin
    This book concerns recovery from emotional child abuse. In it, I narrate a number of childhood memories from journals I’ve kept for decades, in which I’ve written my thoughts and feelings. Here I explain how early experiences negatively influenced my adult self-worth and caused difficulty dealing with issues such as anger, depression, obligation, and control. Then I go on to tell what I’ve done, with the support of my wife, the inadvertent assistance of our child, and the help of several exce... more

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