The Revolutionary Solution for Freedom from Anxiety, Panic Attacks and Stress
Author: Nicola Bird
Publisher: Hay House, Inc
Do you feel like anxiety is making your life smaller? Are you always worried about the next panic attack? Or are you so stressed that you can't remember when you last felt peaceful and happy? What if there was a simple solution that meant you could stop coping, and start living? For more than 20 years, Nicola Bird experienced anxiety and panic attacks, sometimes so severely she couldn't leave the house. She tried everything, including medication, psychiatric counselling, yoga, and NLP. Then she stumbled upon a completely different way of understanding the human mind that changed her relationship with anxiety forever. In A Little Peace of Mind, Nicola opens up about her own experiences and shares simple ideas to help you realise your own innate mental health and wellbeing. At the heart of this understanding, you'll discover the peace of mind that has been eluding you all this time.
Author: Evelyn Y. Rogers
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
A Little Piece of Mind is a book of poetry written from a personal point-of-view that the environment in which people live is directly connected to nature. As nature loses ground in the world, Man also loses advantage as a leader over the environment. We should all respect and appreciate this connection and become aware that when the natural environment is able to thrive in a healthy process, so also the lives of mankind will be enhanced. Living as a student, parent, and active member of society, it has been noticed how life is affected by the abuse of the Planet and as a result, how mankind suffers through the aftershocks of this abuse. This poetry is written to bring out an awareness to the beauty within nature around us and to also open a consciousness to the beauty of living life in a manner that will keep the planet and personal lives in a healthy association where both will survive for the future generations.
15th Anniversary Edition
Author: Elizabeth Laird
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
Category: Juvenile Fiction
In Elizabeth Laird's A Little Piece of Ground, twelve-year-old Karim Aboudi and his family are trapped in their Ramallah home by a strict curfew. Israeli tanks control the city in response to a Palestinian suicide bombing. Karim longs to play football with his mates – being stuck inside with his teenage brother and fearful parents is driving him crazy. When the curfew ends, he and his friend discover an unused patch of ground that's the perfect site for a football pitch. Nearby, an old car hidden intact under bulldozed buildings makes a brilliant den. But in this city there's constant danger, even for schoolboys. And when Israeli soldiers find Karim outside during the next curfew, it seems impossible that he will survive . . .
Author: Dennis S. Martin
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Songs about love found, love desired, love lost and, at times, a little bit of lust. Throw in a little bit of nostalgia and friendship and you have a whole package. Everybody has a song, a story, an anecdote to tell; one that expresses their innermost thoughts and feelings, both real and imagined. These pages try to give voice to that everyman within all of us; the pain, the sorrow, the joy and elation that comes and goes in all of our lives. Every nuance, every notion, every rhythm, every rhyme; every song is its' own story. Come along. We'll laugh, we'll cry, we'll reminisce; we'll find each other.
Daily Getaways for a Mom's Soul
Author: Lorilee Craker
This collection of short devotionals meets moms where they are, helping them find a little peace and quiet in the midst of their crazy days.
Author: Stephen A. Geller
At the prime of her life, accomplished pianist Marcia Kleinman is forced to make some heart-wrenching decisions. She has a difficult husband, a difficult mother and her little boy, Max, has been diagnosed with a rare liver disease that will likely require a liver transplant. As Max’s health declines, Marcia is faced with challenges testing her spirit, her resolve and her sense of self. Will she donate a portion of her own liver to Max? Will her husband, Michael, support her efforts to save their son’s life or will his controlling instincts and fears get in the way? Will Barbara, her mother, be sympathetic and supportive or, as usual, critical? Marcia increasingly finds solace at her piano, searching for the ever-elusive heart of Beethoven’s Appassionata. Her music is her salvation as she rediscovers her strength and passion dealing with life-changing, and life-saving, decisions while her marriage crumbles and her son gets sicker and sicker.
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Author: Nicole Bailey Williams
Publisher: Broadway Books
A poignant, powerful debut that combines the deep emotion of The House on Mango Street with uniquely creative storytelling, painting a story of survival and healing. Unfolding in a series of vignettes, A Little Piece of Sky introduces an endearing new novelist and a truly unforgettable main character--Song Byrd, a young girl who keenly reports on the world around her. She is African American in a mostly Hispanic neighborhood and the unwanted product of an adulterous affair. While she is poor in the material sense, Song is extraordinarily rich in spirit and it is that inner strength which saves her. In piercingly insightful prose, Nicole Bailey-Williams takes readers on Song’s journey through life as she struggles with feeling like an outsider and intense guilt over her mother’s murder. Behind it all, places of pure joy, “dreaming the hurt away,” and glorious little pieces of sky shine through. Song’s tales--and Bailey-Williams’s narrative gift--are truly words to treasure.
Author: Elizabeth Dewberry
When Grayson Guillory's mother died, she helped her father get rid of the empty vodka and pill bottles next to the body. It wouldn't do for the governor of Louisiana to have a wife who committed suicide after years of mental illness—especially just as he’s contemplating the presidency. Grayson's husband—her father's speechwriter—helps him keep the story quiet, and the family doctor makes sure the cause of death will be listed as a heart attack. But Grayson has a problem. When she thought she was helping her father cover up a suicide, she might actually have been covering up a murder. Because Grayson's mother left a videotape hidden among her personal effects in which she claims her life is in danger. Of course, Grayson's mother did suffer from paranoid delusions. And maybe Grayson does too: manic depression is a highly hereditary illness. But just because she’s paranoid doesn't mean they're not out to get her...