Anyone who has been married for any amount of time knows that marriage is full of challenges. Most married couples face differences in personalities, in-law problems, financial issues and more. Some... More > couples are also faced with even more serious issues such as infidelity and abuse.
This book will teach wives that it is possible for one person to improve a marriage. It also teaches women that being good to themselves is beneficial not only to their own happiness, but to their marriage as well.< Less
How to put the romance back in your marriage. If the flames of love are dimming in your relationship, then this book will tell you how to turn up the heat once again! Offers a Biblical perspective... More > on love and romance< Less
"Emerging from the Chrysalis" is a story of surviving abuse and how to conquer its pain.
In this inspiring book, the author describes her own painful experiences with the various forms... More > of psychological abuse- verbal, mental and emotional-, as well as how she moved from the role of victim to survivor.< Less
There is much more to our animal companions than meets the eye. They are far wiser than the casual observer realizes, and can teach humans a great deal about life.
In this book, the author... More > details some valuable life lessons she learned from her own pets over the years that have helped her to live a happier, more fulfilling life.< Less
Has anyone ever told you that you were overreacting? That you were too sensitive, making a mountain out of a molehill? That you did not know what you were talking about, in spite of you having all... More > of the facts?
Do you tend to trivialize your own feelings? Minimize your own accomplishments, needs or desires? That, too, is a form of invalidation. It is often learned in childhood, and continues into adulthood out of habit. It also can be learned from a verbally, mentally or emotionally abusive spouse, and the habit is learned.
That is invalidation, in its simplest terms. Comments like that make you doubt yourself, doubt your perception of situations, and in its most severe cases, makes you doubt your own sanity. It is a form of psychological abuse- do not take it lightly!< Less
Cheryl Bates has been a prisoner in her own home for four years. An attempted carjacking in her driveway left her agoraphobic, in other words, afraid to leave her home. One day, she prayed for... More > freedom. She received it in the form of a tiny, orange and white kitten.< Less
Many people see themselves as only one thing- their skin color, their financial status, their occupation. This is so sad- God has created human beings with a great many facets to our personalities,... More > and many gifts and talents! This booklet is designed to help the readers discover their own gifts and interests.< Less