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The 24hr Therapist By Emma Williams
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The 24hr Therapist’s sole objective is to improve your quality of life whether you suffer from crippling depression or just feel nervous at stressful social events. This book results from... More > years of intensive research engaging with people who have recovered from a wide range of psychological issues. The 24hr Therapist offers real advice from real people who have personal experience of overcoming issues such as anxiety, depression, loneliness, low self-esteem, anger, social fears, eating disorders, traumatic stress, panic attacks, phobias, unstable moods, compulsions, guilt, self-harm, suicidal thoughts, grief and loss. It includes real-life case studies and recovery techniques that really do work. It also describes distraction techniques, coping strategies and the inspirational tools to help you during times of crisis. Consider this book your own, personal, twenty-four-hour therapist.< Less
Aromatherapy For The Emotions By Kylie Thompson
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The complete guide to using nature's essential oils to treat negative emotional states, and enhance positive emotions. Contains 51 essential oil profiles according to their effects on emotional... More > states. Contains over 45 recipes for massage oil blends, over 45 recipes for bath blends and over 180 recipes for the oil burner all designed for individual emotional states (eg. grief, fear, anger, anxiety, heartbreak). The book explains how aroma can affect emotions, and also explains how negative emotional states can impact on a person's overall physical and mental well-being. The book also has a detailed section on choosing oils according to personality, and also a section devoted to aromatherapy's effects on the body's energy system and also explains how blockages in the energy system can occur due to prolonged negative emotional states. Individual essential oils are identified according to their chakra orientations. A massage technique for balancing and unblocking the chakras is also described.< Less
Mike is Dead By MIchael Kinahan
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One day my wife said to me “You better not die, because I have no idea where everything is.” And that is the reason this book came to be. I’m sure you or someone you know has had... More > to deal with the untimely death of a loved one. Dealing with your overwhelming grief and sadness, there you are, also faced with an even more daunting task - sorting through papers and drawers trying to identify the accounts, policies and property they’ve left behind. Don’t let this happen to YOUR loved ones when you leave this earth. This book is designed to help you organize your life, while you’re still here, so that your loved ones will be free from the burden of trying to figure out just what they need to do when you’ve passed. This is really one of the best things you can do for your family and loved ones. Helpful forms and worksheets are included to make organizing all of your legal and personal items even easier. What are you waiting for?< Less
The Bestseller's Bed By K.A. Shott
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The Bestseller’s Bed comprises the journey of Cali Macy, a bestselling author whose much older husband, Matt, dies suddenly in a car accident. Devastated, Cali tries valiantly to pick up the... More > pieces of her life and career in the wake of what seems an insurmountable loss. Aided by the kindness of her rural neighbors and the academic community of which her husband had been a part, Cali struggles to redefine herself. Though his death has left her a wealthy woman and an assortment of rescue animals on their small farm offer her some comfort, she finds little meaning in her memories and healing seems a long way off. To make matters worse, she is also under pressure to produce another book under her publisher’s contract, yet finds herself unable to write without Matt’s help. A book that explores the complex relationship between sexuality and creativity; love and need, hers is a story of grief, courage and self discovery that any reader can readily relate to: We learn to love and help ourselves by loving others.< Less
The Boy Called Riley By Joshua Sebastian
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The Boy Called Riley, is a short eight chapter Christian fiction book that was mainly inspired by the 2001 film " Jet Boy, " and by real life events involving children who were and who are,... More > being used each and every day by people who should care for them and the person they are inside, who use their need for love and acceptance as a tool to get them to do what is morally and sexually wrong by God's standards. This story is about a young boy known as Riley, who was left to his step mother Hanna at a early age, who started selling him and his step brother Steve out to people for money as her young male prostitutes, as her main way of making a living for herself and her son Steve. Now at the age of thirteen, Riley is filled with grief and sadness over the life he vaguely remembered living before, and the life he was now forced to live under his step mother's rule, and one day says a wholehearted prayer to God about his situation, which became the starting point that would change his life forever.< Less
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The Last Battlewizard By B. A. Silverman
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BOOK III: Fourteen years have passed since Tamsen returned to Amaia. His dedication to the Royal Family and to Windriders has helped him rebound from the almost immobilizing grief of Linnet’s... More > loss, rising to the positions of First Advisor to King Theon and Captain of the Windriders upon Ser Bors’ retirement. But however dedicated he has become to those dual rules, and however immersed in the affairs of the Kingdom, the wisps of sadness still raise their disturbing heads more often than he would wish. But those wisps are soon to vanish forever when the oddly familiar and amazingly strong voice of a young girl requesting to be collected for her training resonates through the kingdom. The child’s gift is Mind Healing and once she arrives in Lenhold, there can be little doubt of her ancestry. She wears Linnet’s face. She, Tamsen, the Princes and the Riders will play pivotal roles when the unimaginable occurs – Kagan has found a way back into the Kingdom.< Less
Worlds Apart and Other Short Stories By SALLY RICKETTS
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This book is a collection of short stories that involve most emotions from guilt, grief to love. These short stories will capture your attention, perfect for those lazy afternoons in the garden or... More > sitting by the pool soaking up the sun. Worlds aparts - Lucy gets her dream job to work as an english teacher in India, but when Lucy and her friend go away a car accident changes things. The Golden Apples of the Sun - Rose runs an orchard where she hires Adam to help pick the apples. Secrets in the Attic - Becky's grandma has died. When Becky is emptying her grandma's house she finds out a secret about her that explains why she was so cold. Blast from the Past - Kelly accidently bumps into old flame Mark. A Hike to Love - Nadine goes on holiday and meets Garth who is in his fifties. They get on really well but Nadine's family and friends don't approve. Desperate Measures - Mrs. Sullivan goes missing from a caravan park. Did her husband kill her.< Less
The Cabin in the West By Jeff Arnold
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The Cabin in the West is a collection of short stories set in New Mexico in different historical eras. 'Agatha', tells of a country boy after the Civil War and his friendship for the town’s... More > ‘black sheep’ in the late 1860s. 'Concord' is an 1875 story of a stagecoach and the discord among its passengers. 'Art' features an artistic town Marshal in the 1880s and 'Navajo Frank' is ‘a story in six drinks’ told by an old timer in a bar. 'The Barber and the Whiskey Priest' is a tale of thwarted love and 'The Cabin in the West', the title story, tells of a siege. Both are set in the 1890s. 'Black Country' is about the son of a Santa Fe judge at the turn of the century and how he comes to grief, while with 'Taking a Chance' we are in 1915 with screen cowboy Tom Mix. 'Tag Out' is a Chandleresque detective story and the book ends with 'Dawn', about a fading rock star in the 1990s. The stories, though different one from the other, share themes of individualism, courage and love of the New Mexico landscape.< Less
The Cabin in the West By Jeff Arnold
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The Cabin in the West is a collection of short stories set in New Mexico in different historical eras. 'Agatha', tells of a country boy after the Civil War and his friendship for the town’s... More > ‘black sheep’ in the late 1860s. 'Concord' is an 1875 story of a stagecoach and the discord among its passengers. 'Art' features an artistic town Marshal in the 1880s and 'Navajo Frank' is ‘a story in six drinks’ told by an old timer in a bar. 'The Barber and the Whiskey Priest' is a tale of thwarted love and 'The Cabin in the West', the title story, tells of a siege. Both are set in the 1890s. 'Black Country' is about the son of a Santa Fe judge at the turn of the century and how he comes to grief, while with 'Taking a Chance' we are in 1915 with screen cowboy Tom Mix. 'Tag Out' is a Chandleresque detective story and the book ends with 'Dawn', about a fading rock star in the 1990s. The stories, though different one from the other, share themes of individualism, courage and love of the New Mexico landscape.< Less

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