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Placing our trust in a higher power will help to build strong faith and this will motivate us to develop our self belief or self confidence......
This article reviews a very special book that talks about the different languages of love. It also discusses how love and anger can co-exist at times. Can we feel anger and love at the same time, or is this really just a cop-out in some way, because there is no anger in real love? T...
Most people have their bucket list and put all what they want to achieve in this life before they die.
Read about 50+ generation of men and women who now find themselves facing up to their third age with more than a little fear and confusion at heart.
Og Mandino's The Greatest Salesman in the World is a two part book designed to teach success skills to teach perseverance, courage, good habits, keys to productivity, and simplification thru repetitive reinforcement of the 10 ancient scrolls of Egypt.
For those of us that are loud, obnoxious Texans...there is a great magazine for us.
A short review of the book "Parenting: Illustrated with Crappy Pictures, by Amber Dusick"
This is a short story about a teenager in her junior year in high school who transferred school and experienced the difficulty of fitting in an environment where she does not have any friends.
if you're a gay man in a troubled relationship or having difficulty trying to come out of the closet, or you know someone who is, then you need this book, NOW! Alan Downs, Ph.D. a gay man himself has been treating gay men for years, and if he hasn't got "us" figured out then I don't ...
Pippa Middleton's valuable contribution to catering and throwing parties and celebrations, must never be undervalued. It really does liven up a party when you are all drunk and start talking about all the valuable tips! (The spin-offs that have gotten out of control anyway.)
Why do the younger generation do what they do? Why do they spend so much of their teen years hurting themselves and possibly others as well? This book offers some insight into what the younger generation may be feeling or thinking.
Alice Hoffman weaves a story that seems very real and was very emotional. This story pulled my emotions in different ways at different times throughout this story.
Marriage is a choice whether you like it to live like heaven or hell.
Happiness is in the matter of mind. You can be happy no matter what.
Paradigm shift can twist your negative thoughts to positive thoughts.
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