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  • Transcending Depression

    by Larry B. Godwin.
    Transcending Depression is one man’s personal narrative that chronicles his mental illness over a span of 49 years. In concise entries from his journals, the author narrates his story, hoping to encourage others who grapple with either chronic depression or occasional bouts. Godwin’s book provides an unguarded window into his experience, with refreshing, brutal honesty and sincerity. The style comprises a blend of the narrative, the emotional, and the quasi-scientific. His message is uplifting w... more

    by Bob Yari
    In his philosophical treatise, THE HUMAN CONDITION, author Bob Yari offers a pathway to fulfillment and happiness -- based on a balanced lifestyle, a positive attitude, and gratitude for the world's abundance.
  • Beyond Balancing the Books: Sheer Mindfulness for Professionals in Work and Life

    by George Marino

    CPA and Mindfulness Coach, George Marino takes you on a journey to discover what he calls the “3 B’s”—Beyond, Balancing, and Books. Building on the work of scientists, mystics, poets, artists, physicians, psychologists, business leaders, accountants, other professionals—and even the wisdom of trees, you will be introduced to: ●Powerful mindfulness exercises and everyday practices you can start doing today to reconnect with your true nature ●Ways to integrate your unique set of core values, an... more

  • Understanding Childhood Trauma & How To Let Go; 11 Effective Tools You Need To Heal (From a Fellow Survivor)

    by Julian Demarco
    The author is a survivor of child sexual abuse and adult domestic violence that caused complex PTSD, depression, and anxiety symptoms. The outlook on life was that this was how life was going to be after failed therapies. It was only after discovering techniques from NLP (neuro-linguistic programming) where relief was found and, due to the excitement, sought out training to become certified to help others.
  • Perfect: A Self-Love Adventure

    by Suzanne Wylde
    We are all a little bit different and all perfect in our own special way! Come on an adventure with lively characters in a range of settings from nature, to space, to dance studios. The children in this book love and accept their unique bodies, enjoy movement, know they are perfect, accept difficult situations, work through their emotions and know that love is there whenever and wherever they need it. Your child will love the wide range of characters, the easy rhyming verse and the simple ex... more
  • Feeling Happy, Feeling Strong: Exercises for Transforming Stress, Anxiety, Worry and Fear into Deeper Connection with Ourselves

    by Suzanne Wylde
    This short book is an experiential step-by-step guide to working through your fear, stress, anxiety or worry. Based on Suzanne's 15 years' experience of working with clients holistically (as an acupuncturist, stretching trainer, energy worker and self-development coach) you will be taken through some very simple steps to feeling better. Suzanne has had great reviews from The Times, The Guardian, Marie Claire, Elle, Psychologies and other major publications and has written two other books (one on... more
  • How to Live Forever: A Guide to Writing the Final Chapter of Your Life Story

    by Kimberly Best
    Your life is a story, and it's yours to write, all the way through to the end. There are numerous decisions to be made regarding aging, illness, and end-of-life issues, but many people put off those decisions until it's too late. We may be purposeful in planning for our lives, but we often leave the last piece, the final chapter, undefined. How to Live Forever seeks to lay a foundation for people to live well in the time they have, to leave their stories behind as their legacies, and to write t... more
  • Healing and Transformation

    by Eric Alsterberg
    Do you want to transform your life? Would you like a connection with the divine within yourself to create an intimate and sacred relationship with God? Healing and Transformation: Moving from the Ordinary to the Extraordinary by Dr. Eric Alsterberg is a revolutionary how-to manual that will inspire you to recognize and understand the voice of the Higher Being that speaks within each of us. Alsterberg teaches you how to heal old emotional wounds and traumas, move away from dysfunctional patterns,... more
  • Growing Through The Pain

    Growing through the pain: Breaking Generational Curses was written to help those who grew up in pain but are ready to move past the hurt. Whether the pain was from family, friends, abuse or lack of love. Often times we experience trauma early on in life that hinders us into adulthood. Some of us suppress it and try not to acknowledge it. While others find it very difficult to cope with everyday life because they can’t forget it. We all experience different walks of life but our ultimate goal is ... more

    by Dr. Elana Ashley
    In the format of an interview, this book provides a core foundation for educators, parents and adults concerned with comprehending the meaning of bullying, detecting warning signs of victims and perpetrators, learning varied strategies for coping with harassment, developing compassionate, healthy and safe methods for raising children, as well as empowering themselves and their families with conflict-resolution skills, positive self-esteem, and high values and ethical standards for peacefu... more
  • The Two Sides of Being Single: A Biblical Perspective

    by Wayne Drayton
    "The Two Sides of Being Single: A Biblical Perspective" is a book that is dedicated to single Christians who are either desiring to maintain a single Christian life or who are seeking God to bless them with a husband or a wife. The book is divided into two parts. The first part of the book focuses on maintaining a single Christian life. This is not an easy task, but it can be accomplished by a Christian placing his or her trust in God. With God's help, a Christian can draw closer to God so that ... more
  • Who Am I?: I Am

    by Donna Beaumont-Harding
    "Who Am I? I Am" offers an enlightened child's unique perspective on their connection to family, friends and nature. They reflect on life lessons such as, how they make other people feel, their relationship with their environment, what they can learn from others and sad situations and how they can help or save others. Actions relating to each of these life lessons have a vibrational impact on everything.
  • The Inclusive Leader: Taking Intentional Action for Justice and Equity

    by Artika Tyner
    What is inclusive leadership? How can you take practical steps to pursue justice and equity in your practice and in organizations in which you have a leadership role? The Inclusive Leader provides a pathway for leaders to effect change through reflecting on and grappling with unconscious and implicit biases, encouraging honest discussions, and taking action to change organizational behavior for the better. It provides a practical framework for building the essential leadership competencies ro... more
  • IQ Boosters

    by Brent R. Evans
    IQ The best opportunity to develop IQ is inside your family. If we better govern the encounters children have with their environments, we can substantially increase their intelligence by as much as 30 points. (J. McV. Hunt in Intelligence and Experience) IQ Enjoy great family experiences as you choose from hundreds of powerful activities and games to develop specific areas of intelligence. IQ It only takes twenty minutes a week to make simple adjustments to your everyday family patterns of ... more
  • Jump-Start Your Confidence & Boost Your Self-Esteem

    by Jacqui Letran
    Are you tired of constantly struggling to “keep up” with everyone else? Does fear or self-doubt prevent you from enjoying your life? If you want to stop feeling overwhelmed by your stress, anxiety, or fear, this book can help. Filled with real-life examples and step-by-step instructions, you can overcome your fear and self-doubt and confidently go after what you want.
  • 5 Simple Steps to Manage Your Mood

    by Jacqui Letran
    Is your daughter struggling with her emotions? Does she often replay arguments and let-downs in her mind and feeling even worse about herself and her situation? What if your daughter doesn’t have to struggle with her feelings anymore? Once she learns these 5 simple steps, she can start taking charge of her emotions and take charge of her life.