Self-Help

April 3, 2019

Living a Day At a Time

"Living a Day At a Time: How To Beat Depression For Good" by Zurab Kherodinashvili

Do you or someone you know, suffer from depression? Does it consume your life and thoughts and make it impossible for you to be happy? Do you want to change and heal and banish it forever? When depression strikes it can cause numerous problems, ranging from minor inconveniences to much darker and inescapable thoughts. Finding a way to live your life when you are faced with depression can be a challenge when trying to look to the future but the answer could lie much closer to home. In this book, Living a Day at a Time: Beating Depression for Good, you will find that taking small steps is most probably the best way to beat the depression you suffer from and this is covered in a range of advice on things like: -Finding your life purpose -Being happy -The power of the mind -Positivity -Meditation and mindfulness -Learning to love yourself -Focus -And much more… Written in short stories, of real people who overcame the odds, Living a Day at a Time focuses on what we can do to help ourselves to beat the overwhelming feeling of hopelessness that depression brings. Using only your own mind, thoughts and positivity, it can work for you too and this book will show you exactly how!

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March 28, 2019

Writing Meditations

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"Writing Meditations: 36 Prompts to Inspire Meditative Writing" by CM Hamilton

Would you like to learn how to use writing as a meditation technique?  “Writing Meditations” combines writing and meditation to encourage creativity and mindful concentration.   Writing meditations are short, focused writing sessions that encourage creativity through mindful, diligent concentration. Such exercises have been used by Isaac Newton, Benjamin Franklin, Marie Curie, Winston Churchill, Marcus Aureliusand Abraham Lincoln, and research shows that a writing habit can have significant health benefits and increase productivity. Many of history’s greatest minds spent countless hours writing things that were never meant to be seen by anyone. Scientists like Isaac Newton and Charles Darwin, politicians like Benjamin Franklin and Winston Churchill, artists like Leonardo Da Vinci and Ernest Hemingway, and historical figures like Marcus Aurelius and Abraham Lincoln all spent considerable time writing to no one but themselves. They understood that the deliberate practice of writing had significant benefits to their creativity, self-awareness, memory, productivity and well-being.

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March 21, 2019

Chirp: Communicating Happy, Insightful but Real Perspectives

"Chirp: Communicating Happy, Insightful but Real Perspectives" by Kara Deringer

The fastest and mightiest way to create results and rise - in tangible payoff and immeasurable spirit - is by lifting those around you. We can strengthen our communication by offering positive force to other people to achieve good things. Rather than using our relationships to beat out the competition, or to browbeat people on our teams to get tasks done, we can infuse inspiration into our interactions, so that people feel motivated to create positive results.
“We all know that communication is the basis to every successful relationship. In Chirp you’ll discover simple and powerful ways to boost your effectiveness as a communicator, and enhance your relationships.” Ellen Rogin, CPA, CFP®, Co-Author of the NY Times Bestseller "Picture Your Prosperity" “I love the way Kara shows how our habitual approaches to communication can skew the messages we share with others. She offers simple, practical ways to speak our truth without offending others. If you're looking to improve your clarity and confidence while communicating with friends, family, and business associates, Chirp is for you." Brian Smith, UGG® Founder

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March 2, 2019

Grieving

"Grieving: Grieving the loss of a loved one" by Stephen McAllister

A loss of any kind can cause grief. It may be the loss of a beloved friend, the estrangement of a family member, a lost partner, a stillborn child or the death of a family member. It could be a family pet dying or a job loss. It could be a girlfriend or boyfriend separation or a divorce. Grief is triggered by many different types of events, not only death. We most often lose a part of ourselves in the process. This book will help you find a pathway forward. Because you are reading this I believe you are in search of a way to grieve and, at the same time, journey forward in your life making this a defining moment. This book can help you do this. Grieving the loss of a loved one is written for you desiring to help to guide you through the journey you are on. Even though you may not be on the journey by choice you can grow through this experience. It is written as a guide, a sensitive hand to hold along the path to healing and restoration. It is written specifically for those who are grieving a loss of a loved one but the principles outlined can be applied for any grievous situation.

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