What if … you were told you won’t be accepted because you don’t sound like everyone else… you want more choices than your world offers… you love a man you can never have … you need to reconnect with the land you left behind? Set in upstate New York in the first half of the 20th century, Becoming Herself is Margaret’s story. An Irish immigrant who faces prejudices, fights for the right to have her voice heard and travels the road to self-discovery, the challenges Margaret faces are as current as today’s headlines.
Is your ADHD stopping you from succeeding in your life? This book will transform your life. This practical, easy to read book about ADHD will show you how you can master your ADHD life, banish your internal overwhelm and chaos, and learn to focus on your success. The book is accompanied with an ADHD self-test, clear explanatory diagrams, countless client stories, detailed top tips for your ADHD from expert professional’s from around the world, and extensive study sources for further research.
Accompanying the Dying describes the human skill and art of companioning someone through dying. There is a wide gap in knowing how to accompany the dying, which is why this book is timely and needed at this juncture of the “death positive” movement. The book is meant to empower us as a society to understand how to die well in this modern age. Deanna describes the newly emerging role of the “end-of-life doula,” which is a non-medical role that provides practical, emotional, and spiritual support to the dying and their family.
Can you remember the last time you enjoyed the sunset, lazy afternoon or a lazy coffee with a friend, without any rush or an urge to do something? When was the last time you told a child, "yes, we have enough time for one more story,”? And then you read it slowly and consciously, or talked to them until they fell asleep, then watched them sleep for a while? Most of us live in an endless race for achievements, chasing more and more of everything.
Are you depressed or are you suffering from depression? Everybody feels low sometimes. However, that's not the same as suffering from depression. Unlike a normal sadness, clinical depression lasts for weeks, months, or even years. If your life has permanently changed, and you feel like you have lost yourself somewhere along the way, it may be depression. Depression is a real illness. It has to be treated correctly.
Are you the one who is suffering from panic attacks? Or do you know anyone who needs help? Or maybe you are just a curious person and would like to know how to prevent panic attacks. Then this self-help book is for you! In the middle of a typical day, while you are walking in the park, or even sitting down at home, on your couch, you suddenly feel your heart begin to beat rapidly and irregularly, it's pounding, you are shaking, feeling chest pain, and can't take a breath.
18 September 8.40 am. 12-year-old Rebecca Riverton was looking forward to her camping trip. Instead she finds herself alone at the stables, with only her horse Flock for company. Having lost everything except her backpack and sleeping bag, she rides east, hoping to find other survivors in London. Straying too far south, she finds a home and friends at Hever Castle, where she forges a new future for herself as she gains the respect of both humans and aliens.
Is there such a thing as a gentle apocalypse? Caila, notoriously clumsy and indecisive, is asked by an alien species to help decide the faith of Earth, in less than a week. To make matters worse, she also needs to select seven companions to help rebuild a human population. The surprisingly gentle apocalypse marks the start of their fight for survival. This is a story about an ordinary group of people caught up in an extraordinary situation.
Wondering what you will do in eternity? Check this book, A Story on Heaven on Earth: Why We Could See God and Then Go Shopping. It’s a short read religious fiction dashed with a bit of humor and fantasy showing that the good we do today is carried over to eternity. Want to know how you could showcase your dance moves, writing, technical and other skills at God’s grand ball that never ends? Join Banso and At Least, a half human and a half angel, who’s looking for a cure of his abomination so that he could get an invite to the party in heaven.
The book is a photographic and poetical Sabbath of a spiritual seeker’s journey which takes him across landscapes of his own self, unfolding a new hue of colors and projections as he travels by. The various ecstasies, challenges, mystical experiences, dilemmas, and realizations outburst from his persona at different points on his timeline and make him eligible to become a wholesome and enlightened human being.
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