Sham: How the Self-Help Movement Made America Helpless - Steve Salerno
Self-help: To millions of Americans it seems like a godsend. To many others it seems like a joke. But as investigative reporter Steve Salerno reveals in this groundbreaking book, it’s neither—in fact it’s much worse than a joke. Going deep inside the Self-Help and Actualization Movement (fittingly, the words form the acronym SHAM), Salerno offers the first serious exposé of this multibillion-dollar industry and the real damage it is doing—not just to its paying customers, but to all of American
Successfully Surviving a Brain Injury: A Family Guidebook, from the Emergency Room to Selecting a Rehabilitation Facility - Garry Prowe
Someone you love has suffered a brain injury. The doctors can not yet make a prognosis. Every brain injury is unique and unpredictable, they say. You have been told to hope for the best, but prepare for the worst. What do you do now? Successfully Surviving a Brain Injury is an easy-to-read guidebook for families suddenly thrust into the painful and confusing world of brain injury. It teaches readers the basics of brain trauma. It guides them step-by-step through the recovery process. It
How to Save Your Own Life - Erica Jong, Anthony Burgess
Erica Jong--like Isadora Wing, her fictional doppelganger--was rich and famous, brainy and beautiful, and soaring high with erotica and marijuana in 1977, the year this book was first published. Erica/Isadora are the perfect literary and libidinous guides for those readers who want to learn about-or just be reminded of-the sheer hedonistic innocence of the time. How to Save Your Own Life was praised by People for being "shameless, sex-saturated and a joy," and hailed by Anthony
Aromantics - Valerie Worwood
Since ancient times, the aromatic essences of herbs and flowers have been inseparable from the arts of love and seduction. In this book, one of today's leading aromatherapists offers dozens of recipes for a true sensual feast, including oils for massage, sexual health, and aphrodisiacs.
Genius: Ignite Your Brain's Full Potential Using the Brainetics Approach - Mike Byster
Genius isn’t always genetic. It can be learned!   Mike Byster has helped thousands of people achieve a better, faster, sharper mind through this award-winning Brainetics program and now, in his highly anticipated first book, he reveals all—proving that everyone has the capacity for genius and explaining in practical detail how you can develop a mind to rival the greats. Genius is the key to being more successful, more imaginative, more confident, more adaptable to change, and more effective
The Top 10 Distinctions Between Entrepreneurs and Employees - Keith Cameron Smith, Sharon L. Lechter
Starting, owning, or running a successful company can bring personal and financial freedom as well as a profound sense of accomplishment, especially in times of turmoil. In this powerful guide to achieving independence, entrepreneur and inspirational speaker Keith Cameron Smith shares ten crucial principles to help you make the leap from ordinary follower to extraordinary leader, including   • Entrepreneurs have an empowering perspective of failure. Employees see failure as bad. Learn to see
Thoughts & Feelings - Matthew McKay, Patrick Fanning
Revised and updated, this text presents an integrated treatment programme for behavioural problems such as perfectionism, insomnia, obsessional thinking, shame and guilt, avoidance, bad habits and procrastination.
How to Get Off the Fast Track and Live a Life Money Can't Buy - M.M. Kirsch
All across America, doctors, lawyers, executives, and other business professionals are trading in their fast-track existences for the quiet pleasures, peace, and harmony of a simpler life. How To Get Off The Fast Track offers a practical, step-by-step program that will show you, too, can improve the quality of your life without lowering your standard of living.
Art of Poetry Writing - William Packard
Poet, novelist, scholar, translator, playwright, and teacher, William Packard has known every side of a writer's life. As founder and editor of The New York Quarterly, a national magazine devoted to the craft of poetry, he reads some 50,000 poems each year--most of them sadly deficient in sound, metrics, form, voice, and quality. This book is written to help poets address the central concerns of their craft and art. Lively, inspiring, opinionated, and sometimes curmudgeonly, The Art of Poetry
Maybe Someday - Colleen Hoover
At twenty-two years old, aspiring musician Sydney Blake has a great life: She’s in college, working a steady job, in love with her wonderful boyfriend, Hunter, and rooming with her good friend, Tori. But everything changes when she discovers Hunter cheating on her with Tori—and she is left trying to decide what to do next. Sydney becomes captivated by her mysterious neighbor, Ridge Lawson. She can’t take her eyes off him or stop listening to the daily guitar playing he does out on his balcony.
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