Times are tough these days, so most everyone can use a little light in their life. Smiling, both to yourself and at the world, is a simple and inexpensive way to experience a change in perspective so that light can stream into your life once again. With an adjusted stance at how the world is viewed, pro-active thoughts and subsequent positive changes can be experienced.
52 Reasons To Smile is a more in-depth look at the power of smiling. A smile is a person's calling card, and it lets others know whether they should come (or remain) close or turn away. The reason for that is because a smile creates a welcoming aura and emanates warmth, while, conversely, a frown conveys a negative-Nelly attitude. Naturally, others like to be around those who emit feelings of positivity. It's certainly more fun and can also help them to feel better about their own situation. Readers are offered one idea for every week of the year. If the prescription is followed, at the end of the year, you will experience a change in perspective, be filled with good cheer and have spread this good cheer to others.
Confidence is the key to success in every endeavor, both in your personal and professional lives. The good news is that confidence is not an innate quality with which you are born. Consequently, it's a skill that can be learned, developed, practiced and eventually mastered. Quick and easy-to-read, How to Build Confidence presents 26 ideas with succinct suggestions on how you can develop the confidence needed to attain your goals.
How To Thrive suggests ways to jump start your life so that you can move forward after experiencing a setback that gets you stuck in survival mode. Utitlizing the NEW 3 R's, Responsibility, Relationships, and Resiliency, allows a person to develop the spiritual, emotional and mental muscles that are at the foundation of a thriving life filled with passion and purpose.
This guide speaks directly to the preteen or teenager who is first considering having sex, as well as to those who find themselves already pregnant. It's also a book for the parents of the preteen/teenager and provides topics to open up communication, which is the best pregnancy prevention technique around. The book also contains a "Guide to Contraceptives" and real-life stories of teens who found themselves pregnant and the decisions they made.
This book acts as an introductory course to the basic tenets of spirituality. In a concise format, from A to Z, the reader is presented with 26 principles about this fascinating subject. This book can set a reader on the path of self-discovery to recognize his place and purpose in life.
Life can get cluttered and complicated, and sometimes you just can't see what is as plain as the nose on your face. If you're looking for the "ah-ha" moment that allows you to find clarity, focus your thinking and experience a change in perspective, this book is for you. For more info on spirituality, visit my website dedicated to this subject.
This easy-to-read book is NOT an attempt to educate you on all the medical aspects of dementia, although they are touched on gently. Instead, it speaks to you from the heart and a personal standpoint. It lets you know some of what to expect and the emotions and thoughts you might have in response to your loved one's deteriorating condition. Most of all, this book was written to share a journey upon which I'm traveling with one of my loved ones, from the first recognition that something was awry to the hard decisions that needed to be made to ensure her safety and proper care. A must read for the Baby Boomer who is now faced with caring for aging and increasingly frail parents.
Caregiving for an aging parent, especially one with Alzheimer's, may be seen as both a burden and a blessing. Read about how you can manage this difficult and heart-wrenching task with grace. This is a follow-up book to my introductory one on this subject, Understanding Dementia and Caregiving From A to Z. It delves deeper into the subject matter and offers a fresh perspective on how to view the circumstances of your family. The words of comforting support offer concrete ways to best help you and your loved ones travel the roads of caregiving for a family member or friend with Alzheimer's.
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