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Lunar Abundance

By Ezzie Spencer
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Ezzie Spencer
Lunar Abundance is a prescriptive, interactive, and illustrated guide for today's women on cultivating peace, purpose, and abundance in both their personal and professional lives, guided by the phases of the moon.In a world in which women feel increasingly disconnected-from their inner selves, each other, and the world, Lunar Abundance offers a path to reconnection, with results that you can actually see. It shows how by tuning into the natural rhythm of lunar ebbs and flows, you can connect with work, relationships, your body, and surroundings on a higher level than ever before, becoming more productive and self-aware in the process. Filled with inspirational photography, helpful charts, and interactive features, it's also a practical guide to self-care that will help you summon your true potential and create a better life for you and for those in your orbit.

The Lazy Girl's Guide To A Blissful Pregnancy

By Anita Naik
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Anita Naik
THE LAZY GIRL'S GUIDE TO A BLISSFUL PREGNANCY is your guide to getting pregnant, being pregnant and life after pregnancy. It's for all girls who want to find the less stressed way to be pregnant but are too busy to wade through all the books, leaflets and advice. It's about the stuff that's tricky, such as how to work when you have 24 hour fatigue and morning sickness. And the stuff that's annoying, such as how to deal with the myriad of medical, anecdotal and personal advice thrown at you. But most of all THE LAZY GIRL'S GUIDE TO A BLISSFUL PREGNANCY is about the parts of being pregnant that secretly worry you - pregnancy sex, first time parenting, meeting your new baby and how to avoid turning your chic house into a large oversized playroom! Crammed full of: * Expert advice on pre and post pregnancy fashion and beauty* Essential mum tips on first time motherhood, and surviving labour* Smart advice on the emotional, physical and lifestyle changes of pregnancy
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Love In 90 Days

By Diana Kirschner
Authors:
Diana Kirschner
Diana Kirschner, PhD, knows the questions single women everywhere face: 'Why am I attracted to the wrong kind of guys?', 'Why is he just not that into me?', 'Why can't I seem to find the One?'. Dr Diana reveals the secrets to finding Mr Right and the crucial steps single women can take to create fulfilling love that lasts. Most singles unconsciously make the same mistakes over and over again in love, regardless of age, work success or the type of man they are dating. Using her unique four-pronged approach, Dr Diana pulls no punches. She outlines a programme that gets women on the path to smash through their self-sabotage and forge a healthy love relationship. One - Deadly Dating Patterns. Identify and break them! Two - Dating Program of Three. Learn how to meet and attract quality men both on and offline and discover the benefits of dating several men at once. Three - Inner Work. Eradicate bad dating thoughts and behaviors and turbocharge your self esteem! Four - Love Mentor. Find people who can give deep emotional support, honest feedback, and advice that works.

Life Talk For A Daughter

By Izabella Little
Authors:
Izabella Little
This book is an essential toolkit of lessons for life; a practical, common-sense guide that offers invaluable insight into the values of self-respect and personal integrity. It encourages a healthy attitude and will give your daughters the necessary skills for surviving life's challenges with grace and humour. Buy it for your daughters to read, or use it as a basis for discussion or to help you pass on your own particular wisdom.

Living Beyond Your Pain

By Joanne Caroline Dahl
Authors:
Joanne Caroline Dahl
A rich and rewarding life is possible for those of us who live with chronic pain. Based on acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), one of the most promising and fastest growing psychotherapies being practiced today, this book breaks with conventional notions of pain management. These "feel good" approaches-including the use of pain-killing medication-all work to prevent painful sensations. The ACT approach, however, begins with the assumption that pain is a normal part of living that teaches us a lot about the state of our bodies and minds. Attempts to avoid it often cause more harm than good. By accepting and learning to live with pain, you limit the control it exerts over you. Mindfulness exercises, in particular, help you transform pain from a life-defining preoccupation to a simple experience. From this strong position, you can make choices that will lead to the life you've always wanted. Committed action is the way to make it happen.

Liberating Losses

By Chris McGonigle, Jennifer Elison
Authors:
Chris McGonigle, Jennifer Elison
When someone dies, those left behind are expected to grieve. But, as taboo as it is to admit, not every death brings great sadness. Labeled "nontraditional grief response" by therapists and counselors, a positive reaction following a death is becoming more common, especially now that drugs and medical treatments keep people alive much longer than they or their families might wish. Sometimes we are relieved that our loved one is no longer suffering at the other end of the spectrum, a death might finally free us of an abusive or unhappy relationship. In either case, the cultural expectation for sadness, loneliness, and despair only adds to the guilt and conflict felt by many "relieved grievers."Authors Jennifer Elison and Chris McGonigle have lived through their own "liberating losses." Illuminating for the first time a reaction that many deem insensitive, inappropriate, or strange, Ellison and McGonigle share their own and others'stories, thoughtful clinical analysis, and pragmatic counsel. Wise, compassionate, and ground-breaking, Liberating Losses expands the traditional definition of grief and, in so doing, generously validates the feelings that so many feel obliged to hide.

Loving Choices, 2nd Edition

By Bruce Fisher, Nina Hart
Authors:
Bruce Fisher, Nina Hart
Bruce Fisher's work has renewed the lives of hundreds of thousands of divorced men and women around the world. Here's his powerful, personal and practical guide to building new and lasting loving relationships. Loving Choices is packed with insights, exercises, and examples to help you get to know and develop a better relationship with yourself, discover how relationships can be your most valuable teachers, and learn how to turn life's challenges into loving choices. Offers improved self-understanding, communication skills, and intimacy for those who've been through painful relationships and divorce.
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