Seeing Red

A Woman's Quest for Truth, Power and the Sacred
By Lone Morch

"Seeing Red: A Woman’s Quest for Truth, Power, and the Sacred" is a moving memoir of Lone Mørch’s journey to self discovery, freedom, self love, and the power that everyone has within them. Lone is from Denmark, but she makes her home in many other...

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Screwing Up Love

or How to Make Love Grow and Last
By James Downton, Jr.

“Screwing Up Love” by James Downton, Jr., Ph.D., is the “Relationship Owner’s Manual” every married couple since Adam and Eve has lamented not having. Better known as Dr. Bob, the Love Coach, the author very cleverly has written this do-it-yourself marital guide from the negative...

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Sweet Treats for My Friend

By Lisa Kaus

"Sweet Treats for My Friend" is a sweet little book full of friendship quotes and beautiful recipes to show the meaning of real friendship. Friendship is a special blessing to everyone involved. You will find quotes such as “Life is to be fortified by many...

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Stop Sabotaging Your Life

3 Steps to Your Full Potential
By Bruno LoGreco

Bruno LoGreco, recognized life coach, has written "Stop Sabotaging Your Life: 3 Steps to Your Full Potential" to help the reader get beyond individual false beliefs of inferiority, insignificance and inadequacy and thus to reach one's full potential. LoGreco lays out his Tri-Commitment System which...

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Smart Parenting for Smart Kids

Nurturing Your Child's True Potential
By Eileen Kennedy-Moore

"Smart Parenting for Smart Kids: Nurturing Your Child’s True Potential" by Eileen Kennedy-Moore, PhD, and Mark S. Lowenthal, PsyD, explains how and why children struggle and distills “smart” parenting into four essential components: a compassionate ability to view the world through our children’s eyes; the...

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Scapegoat

Targeted for Blame
By Dr Clifton W Wilcox

It is human nature for us to try to place blame when something goes wrong. But, for the narcissist and the sociopath, scapegoating is not just a temporary "out", it is a way of life. Dr. Wilcox delivers a forceful and believable argument that scapegoating...