Black Duck Moments Every Day: Daily Affirmations for Chronic Pain and Chronic Illness

Author: Bruce F. Singer

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc


Category: Self-Help


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If you’re reading this, you either have a chronic condition or know someone who does. Opiate overdoses, depression, loss of productivity, suicide: The consequences of a chronic condition touch us all. How is that we can have so many procedures and surgeries and medications and still feel miserable? How do we find even a moment of happiness when the pain is killing us? In this inspirational, wise, and accessible book, Bruce F. Singer provides a daily dose of hope to address the underlying thoughts and feelings that magnify chronic pain and suffering. “This book is incredible. It is a wealth of information and a needed and friendly companion for anyone dealing with chronic illness. It is the perfect accompaniment for self-care as it is a daily practice of compassion, acknowledgment, and growth. This is a must-have for anyone living with pain!” —Nicole Hemmenway, U.S. Pain Foundation and the INvisible Project

Your Yoga Bodymap for Vitality

Author: Jenny Beeken

Publisher: Polair Publishing


Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 160

View: 454

Your Yoga Bodymap is a new concept among yoga manuals: it focuses on your living, breathing, moving body - joint by joint and limb by limb. Jenny Beeken is an exceptional teacher, renowned across the world for her focus on body awareness. For different parts of your body, the most relevant postures are taught in detail. Easy to follow instructions and stop action photographs almost guarantee success. All students, from complete beginners to the more knowledgeable student, will gain special insights from this new approach. You will feel more alive, more flexible. Sporting performance should improve, while those with illnesses or infirmities can learn what poses might bring help and aid recovery. If the philosophy of yoga is to make your body come alive, then Your Yoga Bodymap is your passport to vitality.

Redeeming Grace

Author: Jenna Howard

Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.


Category: Religion

Page: 44

View: 687

When life got out of hand, Jenna realized making her own decisions and taking matters into her own hands wasn't working. She realized how important it was reestablishing her relationship with God. She knew it wasn't going to be easy. Through struggles, heartbreak, and raw emotions, Jenna continued to raise her family in the midst of it all. She realized she wasn't alone in the fight. Learning and discovering how to push through the mundane, she discovered her strength and persevered through some of the toughest moments. She started reconnecting with God and uncovering His plan for her life.

The Magic of Forgiveness

Emotional Freedom and Transformation at Midlife, A Book for Women

Author: Tian Dayton

Publisher: Simon and Schuster


Category: Self-Help

Page: 350

View: 960

Forgiveness is not an event, it is a process. Forgiveness is most powerful when a woman reaches midlife: a natural time for reflection when she stands at a biological and emotional crossroads. In this groundbreaking book—the first of its kind for women—acclaimed therapist Tian Dayton shows women how assessing their lives and forgiving old wounds is as essential to their well-being as proper nutrition and retirement planning. In forgiving, we must work through layers of issues, pain and resentment. Because of this, the process is of great psychological, emotional and spiritual benefit. Left unresolved, past hurts wield their power from within and can contribute to depression and anxiety, undermining the immune system and ultimately opening the door to a multitude of diseases. And harboring resentment prevents us from engaging in deep, meaningful relationships. Through solid research, poignant case studies and personal examples, Dr. Dayton guides women through the sometimes painful but healing process to provide the comfort that may have eluded them for years. This beautifully written book will open women's eyes to the liberating power of forgiveness and provide the ability to find true joy.

The Elixir of Truth: Inner Dimensions

Author: Musa Muhaiyaddeen

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc


Category: Religion


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There is this mystery of man’s relationship to God. Every person has this relationship. We need to make the exploration of that relationship a life-long priority. We identify with our bodies, but we are not our body. Similarly, we identify with our culture, language, religions, but we are not any of these things either. Our true story is the story of our real identity. We need to find out who that is. Just as we have duties in the world at the same time we also have to do what is necessary to understand reality, and who we are in that reality. That, in fact, is our primary duty. - Musa Muhaiyaddeen “This book will enrich your life.” - Professor Beverly Mack, PhD., University of Kansas

A New Beginning

Affirmations Designed to Transform Lives and Help Others Realize Their Full-Potential in Jesus Christ

Author: Brian Henderson

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation


Category: Self-Help

Page: 158

View: 203

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Stop Hiding Behind the Mask

Author: Jamy Whitaker

Publisher: WestBow Press


Category: Religion

Page: 122

View: 697

As a wife and mother of five, I know all too well how destructive building a façade that everything is fine can be. Tearing down this wall and letting people see the real me—the pain, the struggles, the tears, and the triumphs has been difficult but rewarding. Get REAL: Stop Hiding Behind the Mask examines how to do just that. It delves into discovering a person’s true identity, centered on God’s view of each of us, letting go of the insecurities that so easily entangle our lives and finally, living with eternal perspective—keeping our focus heavenward instead of inward.

Sexual Healing

Author: Judith Peart



Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 76

View: 770

A guide to sexual wholeness the Biblical way. FOREWORD: "Your hearts will be touched, your feelings, and emotions challenged as you read this book ...."

Release Your Inner Wild

The modern day women's guide to reconnecting with your true Self; honouring your health, passion and power

Author: Dana Mahon

Publisher: FriesenPress


Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 104

View: 735

Release Your Inner Wild is for the woman seeking to reconnect with her health, herself and her Wild. The word “wild” is everywhere it seems, but do we know its true meaning? Modern day living has taken us away from our roots of Mother Earth and from our Inner Wild. A woman’s true nature is strong, healthy, bold, connected, intuitive, capable, fierce, radiant, powerful, and yes, wild. Through ancient self-care practices, mindful movement, nourishment for the body and mind, and by living authentically in ways that have kept her healthy, strong, grounded and happy, self-declared gypsy-soul, author Dana shows you that at any age and whatever life throws your way, you can become your healthiest, most fulfilled self, and how to reconnect to your Inner Wild. This educational, practical, entertaining, heartfelt and occasionally sassy book speaks boldly to the woman who wants the most out of her life and who wants to be the one to create that for herself, from a place of wellness, self-assurance and ease.

Critical Thinking

Developing the Intellectual Tools for Social Justice

Author: Joseph Zornado

Publisher: Routledge


Category: Social Science

Page: 178

View: 281

Critical Thinking presents, defines and explains the intellectual skills and habits of mind that comprise critical thinking and its relationship to social justice. Each of the sequential chapters includes detailed examples and learning exercises that guide the reader step by step from intellectual competency, to critical thinking, to cultural cognition, and to critical awareness necessary for social justice. The book documents and explains the scope of multiple crises facing society today, including environmental destruction, income and wealth inequality, large-scale human migration, and the rise of autocratic governments. It shows how critical thinking, cultural cognition, and critical awareness lead to the possibility of solutions grounded in social justice. All college students, especially those in the social sciences and humanities, will develop the intellectual skills necessary for critically engaging information in order to become active learners and effective agents in the world. This book complements information in introductory, interdisciplinary, or discipline-specific courses. Every chapter contains examples and exercises that can be assigned as homework, adopted as in-class activities, or both. The Conclusion also contains exercises for developing writing and basic mathematical competency skills.

How To Beat Anxiety And Stress Less

Author: Shane Cuthbert

Publisher: Shane Cuthbert


Category: Self-Help


View: 960

Anxiety feels like living life 'on guard'. Learn how to let your guard down and gain more fulfilment from your life without being held back by anxiety. The simplest way to overcome anxiety, if you want the cure-all is really just to get out of your comfort zone over and over and over again, because when we get out of that comfort zone, it literally becomes impossible to stay anxious. The irony, the conundrum here is that when we're feeling anxious, getting out of a comfort zone is actually a lot more difficult than what it ordinarily would be and it ordinarily is difficult. The problem is with acute and chronic anxiety, just the littlest tiny things sometimes can trigger yourself. These little relatively insignificant things that would ordinarily have little or no impact on us can hit us a lot harder when we're feeling anxious. As a result, that process of getting out of that comfort zone is just much more complicated and much more challenging than it ordinarily would be. It's a bit like trying to do exercise or do something physical when you're severely sunburned. When you're severely sunburned, even the process of trying to go to sleep at night can be excruciatingly painful because every toss and turn, as you're rolling over in your sleep, you feel the sheets rubbing across your skin and it's painful. Whereas ordinarily, you wouldn't notice that at all. Now, that red raw, sort of extra sensitivity and emotional pain could probably quite simply be healed purely for the power of connecting with people. If you've got good friendships, good relationships, if you've got people around you that you can feel a strong sense of connectedness to, well that alone would probably offer a fairly simple solution to help you recover through your anxieties. The problem is, again, is that irony. There's that conundrum, the catch-22, which is that with chronic and acute anxiety, the process of feeling connected to people becomes inhibited. In other words, it's a lot more difficult to feel connected to people when you're anxious. There's a couple of reasons for that by the way and I will be sharing a whole bunch of them with you in this new eBook. Whether you are suffering from some major 'acute' anxiety right now, or you have suffered from anxiety attacks and chronic anxiety for some time the cure is the same, it just takes a little more practice getting out of your comfort zone when you have been doing stress and anxiety for such a long time. Nevertheless don't stress because this book contains all the tips, tricks and mind hacks you are going to need to begin you anxiety free life!

Soulmate Myth

Author: Judy Hall

Publisher: The Wessex Astrologer


Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 290

View: 966

Many people are looking for their soulmate and expect to be blissfully happy when they find one. But, sadly, they seem doomed to disappointment. Soulmates are both a powerful fact and one of the biggest illusions of all time.

Becoming Mindful

Integrating Mindfulness Into Your Psychiatric Practice

Author: Erin Zerbo, M.D.

Publisher: American Psychiatric Pub



Page: 209

View: 960

Featuring embedded exercises and guided meditations—as well as an appendix with audio guided meditations and a resource list—Becoming Mindful: Integrating Mindfulness Into Your Psychiatric Practice provides clinicians with readily accessible tools to use in sessions with patients. With chapters that focus on the benefits of mindfulness for both the clinician and the patient, this guide discusses practical aspects and offers solutions for overcoming common obstacles, including restlessness and boredom, sleepiness, and sensory craving. Key takeaways summarize each chapter’s content, making it easy for busy clinicians to quickly reference the information they need to most effectively treat patients, including children and adolescents; patients battling substance addiction; and patients suffering from such disorders as depression, posttraumatic stress disorder, and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. With additional sections on mindful eating, mindfulness and technology, and the growing field of positive psychiatry, Becoming Mindful introduces readers to the full scope of benefits that mindfulness has to offer.

The Freedom to Make Mistakes

A Portion from Packing Light

Author: Allison Vesterfelt

Publisher: Moody Publishers


Category: Religion

Page: 23

View: 418

Allison Vesterfelt and her friend were just a few weeks into a 50-state road trip when their car broke down in Wyoming. Unsure of what to do, the two girls found themselves stranded in a small town and dependent on the help of strangers. Through the questions and uncertainty, they contemplated what it means to live life without regret and when it’s worth it to live with less baggage. Read this small section of their road trip story, or find the whole story in Packing Light: Thoughts on Living Life with Less Baggage. Moody Collective Portions are short pieces of content taken from our full-length books. Our goal is to introduce our readers to a complete idea in a brief, concise, and inexpensive format. Most portions will take about 20 minutes to read.

Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Power of Forgiveness

101 Stories about How to Let Go and Change Your Life

Author: Amy Newmark

Publisher: Simon and Schuster


Category: Self-Help

Page: 400

View: 222

Forgiveness frees us to get on with our lives! We can all benefit from letting go of our anger, and the 101 personal, touching stories in this collection will help you see the power of forgiveness and how it can change your own life. Whether it’s forgiving a major wrong or a minor blunder, forgiving someone is healing and frees you to move on with your life. You don’t have to forget or condone what happened, but letting go of your anger improves your wellbeing and repairs relationships. You will be inspired to change your life through the power of forgiveness as you read the 101 stories in this book about forgiving others, changing your attitude, healing and compassion.

Sober Identity

Tools for Reprogramming the Addictive Mind

Author: Lisa Neumann

Publisher: BalboaPress


Category: Self-Help

Page: 156

View: 944

The nightmare of drinking can end—today! The criteria: You must choose to learn how to stop and stay stopped. Take a unique and refreshing look at the science behind our addictive drinking patterns and see how we’ve subconsciously and unwittingly programmed ourselves for failure. Learn to reprogram your subconscious mind and begin the journey that will forever change the trajectory of your life. A new you is waiting to emerge. Will you let it? Holding on is killing you; letting go is unfathomable. The acquisition of life skills, competencies, and universal principles will change your relationship with alcohol—forever. • Understand the power of your subconscious mind and why you couldn’t stop drinking even when you’ve thought you wanted to. • Learn and implement the five key competencies for lasting sobriety. • Get comfortable with you—so comfortable that the thought of drinking becomes ludicrous. Learn to be thriving, not surviving, in your life!

Intellectual Foreplay

Questions for Lovers and Lovers-to-be

Author: Eve Eschner Hogan

Publisher: Hunter House


Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 271

View: 799

Provides a series on question on feelings, interests, beliefs, personal histories, financial matters, habits and behavior, future plans, and related issues for couples considering a more permanent relationship.

Every Need Met

Seven Steps to God’S Supernatural Provision

Author: Kathleen Sophia Coleman

Publisher: WestBow Press


Category: Religion

Page: 172

View: 146

The seven steps in Every Need Met are based on biblical principles and are a sure method for receiving Gods supernatural provision for the world to see. Living a life of abundance is the believers birthright, and it is Gods good pleasure to provide it (Luke 12:32). It is a living testimony of His love and kindness. A life with every need met is a promise from our heavenly Father (Jehovah-Jireh), the God of provision. He delights in providing for our every need be it spiritual, physical, emotional, financial, mental, or social. Every Need Met is a lifestyle of abundance for the purpose of glorifying God and meeting the needs of humanity. Are you ready to experience Gods best in every area of your life? Discover the keys you need to open the treasure of abundance that awaits you. Learn how to: recognize the voice of God take charge of your mind live a life of righteousness be infused with peace and joy apply patience increase faith attract provision live in abundance ENM is a powerful teaching and evangelism tool. It makes a great gift for anyone struggling with lack and insufficiency in any area of life. It is written to position and empower the believer and minister total salvation to the nonbeliever. I invite you to join the army of ENM as we march forward manifesting and shining the supernatural provision of Father God. ENM is more than a book; its a movement. Welcome to the supernatural, end-time move of God.