A Womans Quest To Self Love
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|Author||: Andre Baldwin|
|Total Pages||: 174|
|Genre||: Electronic Book|
Download What She Needs Is Deeper Than Words Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
A guide to help women navigate the journey of rediscovering self-love. Andre Baldwin has turned What She Needs Is Deeper Than Words into an exclusive ticket to an intimate meeting of the minds. It is said that wisdom is nothing more than applied knowledge, a fact this emotional message thoroughly conveys. Each page is an invitation to remember how beautiful you are, despite your past experiences. It's time to evolve beyond heartbreak, lost confidence, and every insecurity. Learn how to fall in love with the woman in the mirror, regardless of what anyone else may see. What She Needs Is Deeper Than Words encourages you to remember your power as you embark on a mission to heal. It is a passport to self-discovery shared through an empowering male perspective. Love is a responsibility, one that belongs to you and you alone. As you make sense of the past, you clear a path to the future; and grow one step closer to your true love.
|Author||: Amber Janae|
|Total Pages||: 56|
|Genre||: Electronic Book|
Download A Woman s Quest to Self Love Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
A Self help guide to inspire women to overcome their deepest insecurities. The book encourages women to forgive their past hurts, look to the future and never give up on themselves. I share my quest to self-love in hopes to help others set out on their quest to loving themselves completely.
|Author||: Lawrence Wilde|
|Total Pages||: 190|
|Genre||: Political Science|
Download Erich Fromm and the Quest for Solidarity Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Erich Fromm and the Quest for Solidarity argues that Fromm's humanistic ethics provides a framework for the analysis of alienation in affluent societies and his exploration of the social forces capable of challenging that alienation. It examines his work on authoritarianism, the experience of work, the struggle against patriarchy, the dangers of consumerism and the manipulation of needs, the urgent need to revive democracy, and the challenge of the emerging 'one world'. Never losing sight of the ancient dream of human solidarity, Fromm's explicitly ethical approach exerts a compelling relevance to a range of issues in contemporary social and political theory.
|Author||: Marianne Power|
|Publsiher||: Grove Press|
|Total Pages||: 382|
Download Help Me Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
“Consistently entertaining . . . she writes with unflinching honesty . . . Bridget Jones meets Buddha in this plucky, heartwarming, comical debut memoir.” —Kirkus Reviews (starred review) For years journalist Marianne Power lined her bookshelves with dog-eared copies of definitive guides on how to live your best life, dipping in and out of self-help books when she needed them most. Then, one day, she woke up to find that the life she hoped for and the life she was living were worlds apart—and she set out to make some big changes. Marianne decided to finally find out if her elusive “perfect existence” —the one without debt, anxiety, or hangover Netflix marathons, the one where she healthily bounced around town and met the cashmere-sweater-wearing man of her dreams—really did lie in the pages of our best known and acclaimed self-help books. She vowed to test a book a month for one year, following its advice to the letter, taking what she hoped would be the surest path to a flawless new her. But as the months passed and Marianne’s reality was turned upside down, she found herself confronted with a different question: Self-help can change your life, but is it for the better? With humor, audacity, disarming candor and unassuming wisdom, in Help Me Marianne Power plumbs the trials and tests of being a modern woman in a “have it all” culture, and what it really means to be our very best selves. “Equal parts touching and hilarious, Power’s account of the year she spent following the tenets of self-help books will make you feel better about your own flawed life.” —People
|Author||: Deborah Rosenfelt,Judith Newton|
|Total Pages||: 291|
|Genre||: Social Science|
Download Feminist Criticism and Social Change RLE Feminist Theory Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This lively and controversial collection of essays sets out to theorize and practice a ‘materialist-feminist’ criticism of literature and culture. Such a criticism is based on the view that the material conditions in which men and women live are central to an understanding of culture and society. It emphasises the relation of gender to other categories of analysis, such as class and race, and considers the connection between ideology and cultural practice, and the ways in which all relations of power change with changing social and economic conditions. By presenting a wide range of work by major feminist scholars, this anthology in effect defines as well as illustrates the materialist-feminist tendency in current literary criticism. The essays in the first part of the book examine race, ideology, and the literary canon and explore the ways in which other critical discourse, such as those of deconstruction and French feminism, might be useful to a feminist and materialist criticism. The second part of the book contains examples of such criticism in practice, with studies of individual works, writers and ideas. An introduction by the editors situates the collected essays in relation both to one another and to a shared materialist/feminist project. Feminist Criticism and Social Change demonstrates the important contribution of materialist-feminist criticism to our understanding of literature and society, and fulfils a crucial need among those concerned with gender and its relation to criticism.
|Author||: Kwok-kan Tam|
|Publsiher||: Chinese University Press|
|Total Pages||: 261|
|Genre||: Literary Criticism|
Download Gender Discourse and the Self in Literature Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Critiquing the fictive nature of socially accepted values about gender, the authors unravel the strategies adopted by writers and filmmakers in (de)constructing the gendered self in mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong.
|Author||: Crystal Andrus|
|Publsiher||: Hay House, Inc|
|Total Pages||: 135|
|Genre||: Electronic books|
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Simply ... Woman! is a week-by-week body/mind/soul total transformation program that encompasses every facet of a woman's life. From her daily demands and frustrations to her wants, needs, and fears, this revolutionary plan elevates the experience of weight loss far beyond the physical. With 70 steps, which are gently laid out over 12 weeks, this book effectively empowers women to take back control of their health, discover their passion, override their fears, and create a life filled with joy and serenity - thin thighs are just the by-product! Unlike anything you've ever tried before, Simply ... Woman! will truly transform your life from the inside out! DVD NOT INCLUDED.