The Family Guide to Surviving Stroke and Communication Disorders - Dennis C. Tanner
Family Guide to Surviving Stroke and Communication Disorders, 2E is a comprehensive guide for families of stroke survivors, for speech pathologists and rehabilitation specialists, and for counselors who respond to the needs of stroke survivors and their families. Through nontechnical terms, case studies, questions and answers, and examples, this book engages all readers on a journey toward understanding, healing, and persevering. This book also clearly describes the "big three"
A Writer's Space: Make Room to Dream, to Work, to Write - Eric Maisel
To write what they want to write the way they want to write it, most writers need to carve out a psychic space as well as a physical one. In "A Writer's Space", noted creativity expert and bestselling author Dr. Eric Maisel shows readers how to do just that. He takes writers by the hand, and guides them deep into their own creative process, helping them to: identify the emotional and physical impulses that spark their creative process; streamline their writing lives to make the most
Get Clients Now!(TM): A 28-Day Marketing Program for Professionals, Consultants, and Coaches - C.J. Hayden
Get Clients Now! Offers readers with practical, proven strategies for choosing the right marketing tactics for their situation and personality, diagnosing what's missing in their marketing and fixing it, and replacing unproductive cold calling with the power of relationship marketing. Full description
Multiple Sclerosis: A Self-Help Guide to Its Management - Judy Graham
This comprehensive guide to alternative and self-help care is directed to those who have MS, and to their families, friends, and helpers. Judy Graham's personal experiences with MS prompted her to explore various natural methods of treatment, leading to dramatic and lasting improvement in her own health. In her book, she has combined this first-hand knowledge with extensive, ongoing research. Offers advice on exercise, posture, yoga, hyperbaric oxygen treatment, incontinence, relationships,
Clutter-Free Home Living: The How-To Guide - Eugenia Orr
Wish you could get organized and STAY organized at home? Introducing “Clutter-Free Home Living: The How-To Guide," a Vook with easy instructions that will help you establish a cleaner, clearer living space, and save you time and money. Download it now and put an end to the cycle of constant clutter!Researchers have found that we lose about a year of our lives looking for items we need. A clutter-free home not only makes you and your guests feel more comfortable, it also makes the things
Down Range: To Iraq and Back - Bridget C. Cantrell, Chuck Dean
There are some things people don��t get over easily �� pain from the past is one of them. Trauma changes people: It changes values, priorities, worldviews, and most of all�…it changes how we relate to others. Painful, life-threatening experiences take people beyond the normal day-to-day life, leaving them stuck behind defensive walls that keep them from re-entering the world they have always known as ��home��. So how does it happen? How do we lose the loving closeness with those
The Everything Spanish Phrase Book: A Quick Reference for Any Situation - Cari Luna
With the increase in travel to Spanish-speaking countries as well as the rise in the Latino population in the United States, a growing number of people are in need of a quick reference to help them communicate. Sadly, most Spanish reference books contain outdated phrases organized in a manner that make it difficult to find the right words for the right situation. "The Everything Spanish Phrase Book" remedies these shortcomings with a practical, real-world approach to language learning
Perseverance - Margaret J. Wheatley, Asante Salaam, Barbara Bash
Perseverance is designed to offer guidance, challenge, clarity and consolation to all the people doing their work day-by-day. The topics are not the usual inspiring, feel good, rah-rah messages.  Instead, Wheatley focuses on the situations, feelings, and challenges that can, over time, cause us to give up or lose our way.  Perseverance is a discipline—it’s a day-by-day decision not to give up.  Therefore, we have to notice the moments when we feel lost or overwhelmed or betrayed or exhausted
100 Questions and Answers about Stroke: A Lahey Clinic Guide - Kinan K. Hreib
There Are 750,000 Strokes In The United States Each Year. Whether You're A Newly Diagnosed Patient Or A Loved One Of Someone Who Has Suffered From A Stroke, This Book Offers Help. The Only Text To Provide Both The Doctor's And Patient's Views, 100 Questions & Answers About Stroke: A Lahey Clinic Guide Provides Authoritative, Practical Answers To The Most Common Questions Asked By Patients And Their Loved Ones. Written By An Expert In The Field, This Clearly-Written Book Is A Complete Guide
Living Above the Level of Mediocrity - Charles R. Swindoll
Now with a study guide for personal use or group discussion. In this book on excellence Chuck Swindoll―"America's foremost applicator of Scripture to daily life"―boldly tackles the difficult problems of self-discipline, laziness, and our tendency to accept less of life than we deserve. "Perhaps his best book . . . both a challenge to easy living and a blueprint for breaking out of patterns of mediocrity. . . . One of the most helpful aspects of this book is Swindoll's ability
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