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Emotional Mind Modeling
By Hugh D. Fulcher
A psycho physiotherapy, self healing mind improvement book to reduce the stress and strain of everyday life

Secrets of Successful Actors
By Henderson, Sue Porter
Secrets Of Successful Actors is written by a working actor for actors. It offers hundreds of valuable tips, ideas and resources for the beginning actor and those who may need a refresher. It is also for the actor whose career is stalled-"they can't seem to jump from extra to principal." (It may even be useful to parents who want their "future stars" to know it takes work to act.)

Protect Yourself: The Simple Keys Women Need to be Safe and Secure
By Steve A. Kovacs
Drawing on his professional experience in helping women learn self-defense, author Steve Kovacs offers a practical, encouraging guide for women in Protect Yourself: The Simple Keys Women Need to be Safe and Secure. Most women’s safety guides cover the specifics of fighting off attackers. But Protect Yourself focuses on commonsense strategies women can implement daily. By taking certain precautions and adapting specific behaviors, women can greatly increase their chances of avoiding violence. A former police officer who himself was a two-time victim of violent crime at a young age, Kovacs offers a practical approach to learning self-defense and discusses key issues: What criminals look for Home security Safety while on the go Tools to protect women Defending yourself in an attack The real foundation for women’s self protection is the ability to identify certain attitudes, behaviors, and universal truths. Understanding these concepts is simple yet essential to helping women of all ages in developing characteristics and thinking patterns that will enable them to lead safer, more empowered lives. Don’t become a victim of violence—let Protect Yourself: The Simple Keys Women Need to be Safe and Secure teach you to protect yourself!

Spirit of Abundance® Audios
By Chris L. Self & Mary Anne Redmond
Catch the train where finances are fun and the journey's hosted by internationally acclaimed motivator & humorist Suzie Humphreys. Vital nuggets of knowledge are presented in each topic, with surprises, discoveries, and laughter along the otherwise unscripted way. Like Suzie (in her 60's), Terri (in her 40's) and Karrie (in her 20's) are new to the world of financial planning. They openly share their questions, their fears, and their growing confidence as they travel on the Spirit of Abundance® Train. Each topic specialist explains her or his answers with care and clarity, providing a supportive voice wherever you are in your financial journey. Enjoy these audios as you, too, participate in the conversations and own the wisdom & know-how at the heart of effective financial management. These are great to review anytime. Each of the 12 topics is approximately 30 minutes in length. The wisdom, inspiration, and know-how are designed to remain relevant:

Female Empowerment - A Personal Journey
By Kim Goff
Female Empowerment - A Personal Journey provides an intimate portrait of the writer's experiences: an estrangement from her critical and unsupportive maternal family, divorce, depression, betrayal of friendships, financial struggles and being the parent of an autistic child. Throughout her life, Kim learns to empower herself to get beyond these obstacles and to acquire the successful life she had always wanted. Kim is hoping that her experiences will help others.

The Empty Nest The Second Time Around
By Ejay Wyndesh
In a series of heartwarming essays, author Ejay Wyndesh shares the wisdom and perspective gleaned from her early childhood through her senior citizen years to encourage women who suffer from “empty nest syndrome.” Follow Wyndesh through her various experiences, from growing up with immigrant grandparents to the angst of adolescence, and from being a mother to being a great-grandmother. Each stage of her life shaped her in a different way, and Wyndesh artfully expresses these changes in The Empty Nest the Second Time Around. At the heart of Wyndesh’s journey is her appreciation of previous generations’ traditions and loyalties. Decades of heartwarming, family-oriented experiences provide a realistic background for Wyndesh’s essays. Through her prose, she teaches upcoming generations that loving and honoring family is fun work, and that dedicating yourself and your life to obeying and serving God will strengthen your family tree’s branches for the future. But it’s also important to recognize your progress through the years and how each new level changes your perspective. If you’re feeling depressed by your empty nest, take a moment to ponder Wyndesh’s uplifting insights. They’ll inspire you to cherish your family memories and pass them on to future generations. A life long Pennsylvania resident, Ejay Wyndesh is a Christian great-grandmother and retired home-health care nurse.

From the Pits to the Palace: One Woman's Journey to Self-Realization
By Carrie H. Johnson
A desperate struggle to survive becomes an inspirational journey of personal growth and enlightenment

Lifeline to Young Mothers
By Paula Lytle
Lifeline to Young Mothers is written for young mothers struggling in this role. Four areas of knowledge are discussed: housekeeping, enjoying and disciplining children, creating easy, nutritious meals, and taking care of yourself. Easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions are given for young women who did not have role models from whom to learn these lessons

Whose Body Is It Anyway?: Smart Alternative and Traditional Health Choices for Your Total Well-Being
By Joan Kenley
Like a fireside chat with a woman who cares, here's an essential guide to help women organize their thoughts and questions about alternative and traditional treatment choices-from the popular psychologist and women's health and speaking-voice expert. Joan Kenley's own frustrating, almost fatal search for the right medical choice for her "female condition" triggered her passion to help other women more easily understand the medical maze of options thrown at them. With guidance from a distinguished advisory council, Dr. Kenley covers a wide range of concerns, including menopause symptoms, hormone replacement, sexual concerns, heart disease, cancer, osteoporosis, incontinence, image and weight issues, plastic surgery, nutrition, exercise, and skin care. A unique feature of Whose Body Is It Anyway? is its accessible format: the print is easy to read, and important points are in bold so that readers can zero in on the most pertinent information quickly. The book is filled with charts, diagrams, and simple graphics; a "Just Do It" checkup schedule; a diagnostic questionnaire ("Your Health History Is You") and the author's deeply inspiring "Promise Between Friends Contract"-to encourage a buddy sysem whereby two friends can help each other schedule important regular checkups and, if needed, offer companionship through illness.

The Amazing Discovery
By Tracy Burch
This book addresses a very serious concern in our society. It is being abused and used by men; first of all we need to end this cycle of abuse. I am qualified to write this because my sister has been abused and used by men all her life, and she is the person who inspired me to write these self-help non-fiction short stories, the inspirational guide. Langston Hughes has inspired me also to continue to write about the personal, social problems in our society, especially domestic violence toward women and children. I hope my poetry and short stories will inspire other writers to write about their experiences.

Quest for your Empowered Self: Life Skills to Help You Live, Thrive, and Produce Like Never Before
By Thomas V. Ventimiglia
The life skills, techniques and exercises in this book will help you gain confidence to live the life of your dreams. The book seeks to help you answer the four meaningful questions: Who am I? (Identity) Where am I going? (Direction) Why am I going there?

Journey to Wellness: A Guide to the 12-Steps of Recovery
By Kerry Dennis
A guide to working the 12 Steps of recovery based on what the early founders knew for people who are in the early and middle stages of recovery, or those who have mature sobriety that want to enhance their recovery experience. It is also for professionals

The Isle of Knowledge: A Journey of Inspiration and Discovery
By Orlando Ceaser
The Isle of Knowledge is a journey of inspiration and discovery. People spend their entire lives wondering about purpose and the meaning of life. I was no different. However, I did not restrict my questions to the meaning of life.

Unlock the Secrets of Ozone Leadership: Natural principles to move from acceptable to exceptional results at work, home and school
By Orlando Ceaser
A compelling fable that emphasizes the importance of a healthy culture on achieving outstanding results. Many organizations have created a climate where employees withhold information and refuse to take risks because of fear.

Unlock Your Leadership Greatness
By Orlando Ceaser
To Unlock Your Leadership Greatness, you must start from the premise that greatness exists within you. Greatness is an infinite potential to reflect a significant purpose. It is not arrogance of superiority, rather a hunger to live a life of meaning.

It Takes Courage To Be A Caregiver: Answers & Tips for Caregivers of Parents, Special Needs and Others
By Cheryl Ginnings
Caregivers struggle when they are thrust into the role of being responsible for others. It might be a newborn child with special needs, or an aging parent with Alzheimer’s or Dementia.

Detour to Straight Street
By Karen D. Lewis
What do you do when you’re “fresh out,” homeless, divorced, a mother of 2 boys, and battling with pride and rejection?

Fides Qua Creditur: Can I Live Better
By Lawrence Alford
This text you hold is designed to enrich your thinking. To know your thoughts is to know yourself. The words and sentences inside will take your conscience to an alternative level of function that will encourage you to tell yourself and a friend.

Angel Works: Soaring from Abuse to Love, Forgiveness and Enlightenment
By Barbara Anne Rose
I remember being born. Feeling sensations and movements within my mother's womb. This is not just a story of events that I have lived but of victorious survival. Feel every emotion inside of you. Laugh, cry, vent, feel all emotions that run through you.

Look Through The Window
By Arnita L. Ware
Traumatic events never leave lives untouched, but often the effects hide beneath the surface. At only 20 years of age, a secret forced upon her pushes Arnita over the edge and she suffers a nervous breakdown with a subsequent diagnosis of bipolar disorder

3 Levels of Femininity™: with 9 Therapeutic based Art Activities to Assist your Ascension
By Olive Swan
There are many elements of Femininity, which I share in my first book, 39 Elements of Femininity. This book reveals the degrees of Femininity that has never been explored before. Learn what they are and how you can rise to the highest grade.

Bullying, Child Abuse and Domestic Violence: Creating a Positive Outcome Out of a Negative Situation. You Are an "Overcomer!"
By Nathan Chlumsky
Bullying, Child Abuse, Domestic Violence, and violence as a whole are parts things that have plagued our society since the beginning of time.

Life Cycle Tool Workbook and Guide
By Melvora Jackson
This book will help change the way you think and react to life's problems. You will learn the importance of staying in the solution and not the problem. Learn how to improve the quality of your life.