Self-Help

Book reviews on books dealing with self-help.

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    A Beginner's Guide to the Stock Market

    Book Review - Know Thyself

    Unraveling the Mystery of Mind

    An excellent resource for beginner writers

    Another offering in the Digest Diet series

    Avoid 434 Goofs to Save Time, Money, and Face

    A positive and educational account of meditation

    We all have a story. Most of our stories have bumps and bruises that leave us at the fork in the road as to where to go next, feeling alone on the journey of life. Reshaping Reality, by author Robin Marvel, will encourage you to shake your spirit awake from anything that is limiting you from your potential, propelling you into a life of purpose and meaning, giving you the support needed to grow, evolve, and empower your life. Today, you stop existing and start L-I-V-I-N-G. Readers who follow the "Reshaping Reality" exercises will: gain tools to reshape programmed beliefs; discover what cycles you are stuck in and ways to break them; learn how to break patterns of self destruction; explore ways to reshape your inner child; and empower mind, body and spirit by taking an active approach to your life.

    You have likely heard one or more of the following statements: Drinking coffee sobers a person up; Alcoholism is not a disease ; cancer is a disease; alcoholism is a choice - put down the bottle; and letting your teen drink at home teaches them how to drink safely. Whether any of these sound familiar or you've questioned any number of the other common presumptions about drinking alcohol, "Crossing the Line from Alcohol Use to Abuse to Dependence," by author Lisa Frederiksen, from is for you. It can be used by parents, students, people worried about their drinking, clinicians, policy makers, law enforcement officials, doctors, social workers, family law attorneys, medical school students, and treatment center providers, the list is endless. Here readers will find the latest brain and addiction-related research and science discoveries written for the general public that debunk the common myths about drinking alcohol.

    Written as alternating poems and stories, "Through Whose Eyes: Rise Child of God," by author Jacqueline Rainey, is a book filled with inspiration. Even when people seem farthest from God, caught up in poverty, in addiction, or when humanity turns against them, Rainey makes it clear that God is present and ready to lend aid. A few of the stories include: “Turning Corners,” about a streetwalker running from the call of God; “Clean” about how a woman’s faith in God is tested when she is raped; and “Waiting for God” about a girl’s experiences in the foster system. Several other stories and poems tell of difficult lives and high-risk behaviors, and how God can heal any situation.

    "Your Daily Walk with the Great Minds," by author Richard A. Singer Jr., gives you the inspiration you need each day to be the best you can be and live the life you've always desired. Let him be the coach who will lift your spirits, challenge you to go the extra mile, and fulfill your life's wishes every day.Have you ever wondered: How to have the most fulfilling relationship you can imagine?; Why you keep ending up in the same situations over and over again?; How to get the job of your dreams?; What does it really mean to be a successful human being? Singer invites you to find the answers to these and other questions through meditations and journaling exercises on "Your Daily Walk with the Great Minds."

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