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|Author||: Jaqueline Girdner|
|Publsiher||: Open Road Media|
|Total Pages||: 250|
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Kate Jasper, Marin County, California’s own organically grown amateur sleuth, returns in this eighth mystery in the series. In A Cry for Self-Help, Kate Jasper and her sweetie take the plunge and join a Wedding Ritual Class, hoping to find inspiration for their own possible nuptials. On a field trip to observe a scuba‐diving marriage ceremony, Sam Skyler, the man who has become a living legend as a human‐potential guru, is not propelled into marriage, but is instead pushed over an oceanside cliff to his death. Sam Skyler practiced finger puppet therapy at the Skyler Institute for Essential Manifestation. He was purported to be a man of psychic sensitivity and personal genius. So how come he did not notice the person who pushed him? Kate is once again wedded to an inconvenient murder rather than to her sweetie. Can she get a simple annulment from the case . . . or will it be a fatal one?
|Author||: Wendy Dranfield|
|Publsiher||: Detective Madison Harper|
|Total Pages||: 318|
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Shivering in the early morning chill, the caretaker flips the switch on the Ferris wheel and stumbles back in shock. The teenage girl's body is slumped in a halo of pretty colored lights, long red hair spilling over her tear-stained cheeks, her eyes fixed forever on her dangling feet. When teenager Nikki Jackson's body is found at an amusement park, just hours after Fourth of July fireworks lit up the night sky, the Lost Creek police rule her death as suicide-a devastating final act from a girl who had lost all hope. But the absence of the knife used to make the wounds on her delicate wrists makes Detective Madison Harper think otherwise. And the partial fingerprint found on the girl's face proves her right. Someone else was with Nikki in her final moments... Back home in Colorado for the first time in seven years to investigate the murder of a woman with ties to the son she lost to the care system, the pressure is on for Madison to work both cases at once. Fearing the team has missed a vital clue, Madison searches the crime scene alone and finds the last thing she ever expected: a note proving the victims knew each other, and that the cases are linked. Is this a coincidence, proof a dangerous murderer is on the loose, or a trap set to lead Madison off the trail? It's only when Madison finally finds the knife used to harm Nikki, tucked in an almost impossible to find hiding place, that she knows she is closing-in on a twisted killer. But the last person she expects to see dragged into the department in handcuffs is her own missing son... An absolutely unputdownable crime thriller that will have you sleeping with the lights on. Addictive reading for anyone who loves Lisa Regan, Robert Dugoni and Melinda Leigh. Everyone is talking about Cry For Help 'Oh man, what a rollercoaster of a ride... jaw-dropping and edge-of-the-seat stuff... couldn't put it down till it was finished!' Goodreads reviewer, 5 stars 'Absolutely LOVED... Kept me guessing right up to the end. Non-stop from page one. This is a must-read!' Owl Books, 5 stars
|Author||: Heather Christle|
|Total Pages||: 208|
|Genre||: Family & Relationships|
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This bestselling "lyrical, moving book: part essay, part memoir, part surprising cultural study" is an examination of why we cry, how we cry, and what it means to cry from a woman on the cusp of motherhood confronting her own depression (The New York Times Book Review). Heather Christle has just lost a dear friend to suicide and now must reckon with her own depression and the birth of her first child. As she faces her grief and impending parenthood, she decides to research the act of crying: what it is and why people do it, even if they rarely talk about it. Along the way, she discovers an artist who designed a frozen–tear–shooting gun and a moth that feeds on the tears of other animals. She researches tear–collecting devices (lachrymatories) and explores the role white women’s tears play in racist violence. Honest, intelligent, rapturous, and surprising, Christle’s investigations look through a mosaic of science, history, and her own lived experience to find new ways of understanding life, loss, and mental illness. The Crying Book is a deeply personal tribute to the fascinating strangeness of tears and the unexpected resilience of joy.
|Author||: Walker Percy|
|Publsiher||: Open Road Media|
|Total Pages||: 256|
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“A mock self-help book designed not to help but to provoke . . . to inveigle us into thinking about who we are and how we got into this mess.” (Los Angeles Times Book Review). Filled with quizzes, essays, short stories, and diagrams, Lost in the Cosmos is National Book Award–winning author Walker Percy’s humorous take on a familiar genre—as well as an invitation to serious contemplation of life’s biggest questions. One part parody and two parts philosophy, Lost in the Cosmos is an enlightening guide to the dilemmas of human existence, and an unrivaled spin on self-help manuals by one of modern America’s greatest literary masters.
|Author||: Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Edwin S Shneidman,Edwin S. Shneidman|
|Publsiher||: McGraw-Hill Companies|
|Total Pages||: 398|
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This film depicts several situations in which police must contend with suicides or suicide attempts. The situations include those who attempt suicide while in jail, a young man in college who uses a rifle, a young woman living at home using pills, a middle-aged man who contemplates using a handgun when he finds out he has a severe health problem, and another woman who slashes her wrists.
|Author||: Iain S. Thomas|
|Publsiher||: Central Avenue Publishing|
|Total Pages||: 196|
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Central Avenue Publishing is proud to publish another book by the widely acclaimed poet Iain S. Thomas. As many have noted on various social media platforms, there have been some issues that have led to the delayed release of this book. For this, we apologise and hopefully the content of the book will clarify the circumstances surrounding this delay. We feel we should also point out that this is not technically a self-help book, but it does contain some poignant prose, poetry and stories which may or may not lead you to happiness.Mostly, it is the rather unfortunate chronicle of a man's attempt to write the book he’s promised his publisher, no matter the cost to his sanity.
|Author||: Sheri McGregor|
|Total Pages||: 351|
|Genre||: FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS|
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In this encouraging book, Sheri McGregor helps parents of estranged adult children break free from emotional pain and move forward in their lives. With the latest research, her own experience, and insight from more than 9,000 parents, McGregor covers the growing trend of estranged adults from loving families. Devastated parents can be happy again.
|Author||: Nichole Davis|
|Publsiher||: Spread Your Wings Publication, LLC|
|Total Pages||: 260|
|Genre||: Electronic Book|
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Nichole Davis's memoir is a shocking and thrilling fight for hope, faith, strength, and the will to go on! Abandoned, and left in a pool of her own blood, 9 year old Nikki suffers from the attack of a trusted family member. Shunned by family, with her mother turning her back, she spends the next 20 years struggling to find her purpose, to know love, mask her pain, and grab God's healing hand. A Cry For Help is a story of forceful pain, abuse, betrayal, and numerous traumatic experiences. It is also a joyous story of tender mercies, overcoming, finding the will, resilience, rising above, and preparation to God's glorious plan.
|Author||: Kelly Cutrone,Meredith Bryan|
|Publsiher||: Harper Collins|
|Total Pages||: 208|
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Kelly Cutrone has long been mentoring women on how to make it in one of the most competitive industries in the world. In her trademark, no-bullshit style, she combines personal and professional stories to share her secrets for success without selling out. Raw, hilarious, shocking, but always the honest truth, If You Have to Cry, Go Outside calls upon you to gather up your courage like an armful of clothes at a McQueen sample sale and follow your soul where it takes you. Whether you're just starting out in the world or looking to reinvent yourself, this book will be the spark you need to figure out what you have to say to the world—and how you're going to say it.
|Author||: Edwin L. Ash|
|Publsiher||: Prabhat Prakashan|
|Total Pages||: 135|
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First published in 1920, this book summarises, in a practical way, reasonable methods of obtaining self-help through the exercise of our own mental powers. Chapters include Self-Help In Sickness, Self-Suggestion in Theory, Self-Suggestion In Practise, and Right And Wrong Thinking.
|Author||: Ivan King,self help Books|
|Publsiher||: self help books|
|Total Pages||: 135|
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Book Description Fate can be unkind. Would you dare to look back and risk her wrath? When you're a child of the favela, in the Valley of Steel, you know that Fate comes like a whirlwind, lifting some to great heights and slapping others down with no reason. Ivan, rescued first from an orphanage in the slums of Rio de Janeiro and then from the bleak streets of Ipatinga in Brazil's Valley of Steel, has been favored by Fate. When a call from Brazil interrupts his privileged life in America, he learns his best friend has committed suicide in the rugged Valley of Steel and only he knows the real reasons why. This is the story of one man's journey home after a self-inflicted exile. The story of a boy who saw more than any child should, and the man he grew into--and how that man came back to the Valley of Steel to avenge his childhood and stare down the demons of his past. It is a story of survival, redemption, and joy. Of childhood memories that burn in the soul--and what happens when one man has courage enough to fan the flames and face the fire. Hear What the Critics are Saying "If you enjoyed The Kite Runner, then you'll love Ivan King's Valley of Steel; it both made me laugh and cry. It is by far one of the best fiction novels for young adults I have read this year. A Must Read." -Mary Jones -Valley Daily News "This inspirational book for young adults was a great read; I have a sixteen year old son and both he and I read it; Great Book." -Judy B. Cohen -Valley Group Media "I was looking for a book about dealing with depression and anxiety and a friend recommend this one. I won't lie to you, by the end I was crying a bit. Highly Recommend." -Dave Baker -Book Bloggers of America "My Daughter in Law recommended this book to me and so I bought it. I was trying to overcome the loss of a family member so the book really spoke to me. This is just me, but I thought the book was sad; as a coming of age tale for young adults, it sends a very Powerful Message." -Debra Eisner -Literary Times Inc. Editorial Review In this gritty, yet beautiful and genuine Novel, loosely based on his life, Ivan King reveals what life was like growing up in a Brazilian slum. The events in this book are heart-warming and gut wrenching; forcing the reader to laugh and cry. The naked realism the author uses to tell his story of redemption is phenomenal. Few writers have the deep psychological insight necessary to expose their most vulnerable selves. Ivan King bares his emotional soul for us. Truly Inspirational. Sharon Schultz Author's Favorite Quote "Life is a comedy to those who think; a tragedy to those who feel." Join me on an adventure and together we will discover the true purpose of life. Valley of Steel (self help books, self help, self help books free, self help free, self help audio books free, self help books for women, self help books for men) [self help books]
|Author||: John Duffield|
|Publsiher||: A Cry For Help|
|Total Pages||: 456|
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A Cry For Help provides the solution to a very old puzzle. Namely, why is it that millions of people desperate for happiness can't find it in thousands of self-help books? Every one of these books has tools in it that can help you and I make our dreams come true. So what on earth can be wrong? The answer is unbelievably simple, but very difficult to believe. It's this. By far most of us have no idea what our own dreams are. To make our dreams come true after all, we must know what those dreams are first. A Cry For Help reveals that a single sinister fear... of being judged....is keeping our dreams from us, and how to take it away. Once this fear is removed, our dreams flow back into our lives like water, and every single self-help book can help make them real. John Duffield
|Author||: Megan Griswold|
|Publsiher||: Rodale Books|
|Total Pages||: 384|
|Genre||: Biography & Autobiography|
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LOS ANGELES TIMES BESTSLLER * WINNER OF THE NAUTILUS BOOK AWARD * "In a world full of spiritual seekers, Megan Griswold is an undisputed all-star. What a delightful journey!"--Elizabeth Gilbert, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Big Magic and Eat, Pray, Love The Book of Help traces one woman's life-long quest for love, connection, and peace of mind. A heartbreakingly vulnerable and tragically funny memoir-in-remedies, Megan Griswold's narrative spans four decades and six continents--from the glaciers of Patagonia and the psycho-tropics of Brazil, to academia, the Ivy League, and the study of Eastern medicine. Megan was born into a family who enthusiastically embraced the offerings of New Age California culture--at seven she asked Santa for her first mantra and by twelve she was taking weekend workshops on personal growth. But later, when her newly-wedded husband calls in the middle of the night to say he's landed in jail, Megan must accept that her many certificates, degrees and licenses had not been the finish line she'd once imagined them to be, but instead the preliminary training for what would prove to be the wildest, most growth-insisting journey of her life.
|Author||: Gina Schampers|
|Publsiher||: Balboa Press|
|Total Pages||: 92|
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Life is never the same from that moment you hear any bad news. The loss of a person, pet, home, relationshipall can be life altering. Finding out how to deal with life in a new way, in a new normal, is the reality of the situation. There is no one right way to grieve. Everyone goes through it differently, and nobody can tell you how to grieve. Nobody can understand what you are going through, and nobody can understand the relationship you had with that person. Life will never be the same. You dont have that person to call when you have a question anymore. They are no longer there to share your funny inside jokes with anymore. Its Ok Not to Cry was written to help others who have gone through a loss. It is not all seriousness and tears. Hopefully it will leave you with a smile.
|Author||: Beth Blum|
|Publsiher||: Columbia University Press|
|Total Pages||: 328|
|Genre||: Literary Criticism|
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Samuel Beckett as a guru for business executives? James Joyce as a guide to living a good life? The notion of notoriously experimental authors sharing a shelf with self-help books might seem far-fetched, yet a hidden history of rivalry, influence, and imitation links these two worlds. In The Self-Help Compulsion, Beth Blum reveals the profound entanglement of modern literature and commercial advice from the late nineteenth century to the present day. Blum explores popular reading practices in which people turn to literature in search of practical advice alongside modern writers’ rebukes of such instrumental purposes. As literary authors positioned themselves in opposition to people like Samuel Smiles and Dale Carnegie, readers turned to self-help for the promises of mobility, agency, and practical use that serious literature was reluctant to supply. Blum unearths a series of unlikely cases of the love-hate relationship between serious fiction and commercial advice, from Gustave Flaubert’s mockery of early DIY culture to Dear Abby’s cutting diagnoses of Nathanael West and from Virginia Woolf’s ambivalent polemics against self-improvement to the ways that contemporary global authors such as Mohsin Hamid and Tash Aw explicitly draw on the self-help genre. She also traces the self-help industry’s tendency to popularize, quote, and adapt literary wisdom and considers what it might have to teach today’s university. Offering a new history of self-help’s origins, appeal, and cultural and literary import around the world, this book reveals that self-help’s most valuable secrets are not about getting rich or winning friends but about how and why people read.