How To Forgive Ourselves Totally: Begin Again by Breaking Free from Past Mistakes - R.T. Kendall
After the release of Total Forgiveness, the most common question that readers had for author R. T. Kendall was, “How do I forgive myself?” In this follow-up book, Kendall dives deep into the subject to give readers the tools they need to put the past behind them.   In How to Forgive Ourselves Totally, R. T. Kendall has provided a clear and compelling book that puts before us the hope and possibility of experiencing incredible freedom and peace that can only come when we walk in total
Fodor's Hawaii 2007 - Fodor's Travel Publications Inc., Ruth Craig, Cathy Sharpe, Mark Sullivan, Amanda Theunissen, Cheryl Tsutsumi, Joana McIntyre Varawa, Amy Westervelt, Shannon Wianecki, Maggie Wunsch, Wanda Adams, Don Chapman, Andy Collins, Elaine Gos
Lounge at a decadent beachside spa, snorkel amid vibrant coral reefs, or walk on the rim of the world's most active volcano. Whatever you choose to do, exploring paradise has never been this much fun, or this easy LOOK INSIDE FOR AN INNOVATIVE, NEW TRAVEL GUIDE Comprehensive, up-to-date, and easy to use, "Fodor's Hawaii 2007" remains the best resource for organizing your trip to these rich and varied islands. Our 2007 edition also flaunts exclusive, new features including
Cheating Destiny: Living With Diabetes, America's Biggest Epidemic - James S. Hirsch
We are a diabetic nation: according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one in three Americans born in this century will become diabetic. James Hirsch’s myth-shattering blend of history, reportage, advocacy, and memoir will speak for, and to, the 20 million Americans who live with this disease. Cheating Destiny offers revealing views of the diabetic subculture, the urge toward secrecy that many diabetics feel, the glycemic rollercoaster they ride constantly, and the remarkable
Discipline That Lasts a Lifetime: The Best Gift You Can Give Your Kids: Dr. Ray Answers Your Frequently Asked Questions - Ray Guarendi
Author, counselor, broadcaster and dad, Dr. Ray Guarendi, offers parents practical advice about disciplining children to form their children's character and to teach them the basics of living, moral responsibility, and respect. A Servant Book.
1,000 Ways to Be a Slightly Better Woman: How to Be Thinner, Richer, Sexier, Kinder, Saner and Happier Enough - Pamela Redmond Satran
Perfection. It's what we're all aiming for, right? Doesn't "every" woman want to fit--easily!--into a size 6 dress? To be a lioness in the boardroom and a tigress in bed? To be a totally dedicated wife, mother, daughter, coworker, and friend? To eat healthy, get rich, wear fabulous clothes, and, while she's at it, save the planet? Well, maybe not. What none of the self-help-book authors seem to realize is that most women don't desire--or have time for--a total physical, intellectual,
A Special Place In Hell...Healing An Epidemic of Unhappy Women - April Churchill
Why are women so critical of themselves and so critical of each other? United and secure, we can create unwavering strength (and an abundance of good) for our world. But, sadly, our unhealthy fixations often prevent us from realizing both our tremendous influence and the happiness we are meant to experience. When we are unhappy, instead of living lives that are full and connected, we tend to make unhealthy choices that create literal hell: in our own lives, within our families, our workplaces
Clutter Clearing Choices: Clear Clutter - Barbara Tako
In uncertain times, clutter clearing frees time for life priorities and provides opportunities to share our "extras" to help others as we create a comfortable home for our family.
Small Sacrifices: A True Story of Passion and Murder - Ann Rule
Ann Rule's shocking and powerful account of the destructive forces that drove Diane Downs, a beautiful young mother, to shoot her three young children in cold blood.
Leaving Home: The Art of Separating from Your Difficult Family - David P. Celani
Why, after a childhood of emotional neglect and abuse, would a man move next door to the very parents who caused him pain? And how can a woman emerge from her mother's control in order to form healthy adult relationships? Giving up family attachments that failed to meet our needs as children, David Celani argues, is the hardest psychological task an adult can undertake. Yet the reality is that many adults re-create the most painful aspects of their early relationships with their parents in new
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Reality Creation 101: Mastering Manifestation Through Awareness - Christopher A. Pinckley
My life? Well, to say that my life just wasn't going the way I wanted it to would be a vast understatement. I my twenties I accumulated over 20 speeding tickets, was fired from around 15 jobs, and went to jail 3 times. I knew I wanted to be successful and achieve my goals, but I couldn't manage to get my act together. It seemed as if there was some sort of invisible force out to get me that would appear out of nowhere and sabotage my efforts. As it turns out this invisible force has a name and
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