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Accidentally All Of Me

Accidentally All Of Me

by Ali Parker
0 Pages · 2015 · Free · 0 Downloads · New!
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" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
1-2-3 Magic
by Thomas Phelan
0 Pages · 2016 · 288 · 0 Downloads · New!
“1-2-3 Magic: 3-Step Discipline for Calm, Effective, and Happy Parenting” is a quick, simple and effective way to parent. This book should be mandatory reading for all parents. Dr. Thomas W. Phelan is the author of this book. Thomas is an internationally renowned expert, author, and lecturer on child discipline. In this book, he compiles two decades of research and experience into an easy-to-use program designed for parents striving to connect more deeply with their children. This book helps parent to develop into healthy, capable teenagers and adults. It helps the children to learn how to control their emotions and refrain from negative behavior, including tantrums, whining, and sibling rivalry. It also boosts encouraging good behavior in the children and provides positive feedback. The book teaches parents and care-givers to hold themselves accountable for follow through and it teaches children natural consequences and readies them for the realities of the real world. All the techniques that discussed are so simple and easy to implement and the author comes up with excellent, realistic scenarios and responses.
18 Minutes
by Peter Bregman
0 Pages · 2015 · 288 · 0 Downloads · New!
“18 Minutes: Find Your Focus, Master Distraction, and Get the Right Things Done” is a great book written on self-success. Peter Bregman is the author of this book. Peter is the CEO of Bregman Partners, a global management consultancy where he is the advisor to CEOs. In this book, he works from the premise that the best way to combat constant and distracting interruptions is to create productive distractions of one’s own. Based upon a series of short bite-sized chapters, his approach allows us to safely navigate through the constant chatter of emails, text messages, phone calls, and endless meetings that prevent us from focusing our time on those things that are truly important to us. The author does an excellent job sharing practical tips backed in current science, research and various client cases that support shifts that anyone, no matter level of level of overwhelm can use to gain focus on what counts. Best of all he brings in his own daily successes and challenges in a really human, lighter and accessible way that makes brings the point’s home and makes this an easy read. Easy reads are not always easy to implement. You will find a philosophy that works for that as well. Start with your one high impact thing. More will follow. If you read this before reading the book it will help you make sure you read the book or get through beginning parts on planning and prioritizing.
A Collection of Yuletide Rog
by E. Elizabeth Watson
0 Pages · 2015 · Free · 0 Downloads · New!
“A Collection of Yuletide Rog” is a story of love, loss, heartbreak, and unbreakable bonds. This novel is written by E. Elizabeth Watson.  This is a gorgeous story about how life doesn’t always work out the way we want it to, but if we’re willing, we can still make it a great life. It is a good compelling story, engaging, and easy to read. This is the perfect holiday novel, you can pick it up and get straight back into the story. The novel “A Collection of Yuletide Rog” is an enjoyable story that moves along at a good pace. It is not too quickly, but at a pace that keeps the reader engaged waiting to discover the outcome. It has a satisfactory ending which is a little predictable but ties up all the loose ends.
A Dog’s Purpose
by W. Bruce Cameron
0 Pages · 2015 · 198 · 0 Downloads · New!
A Dog’s Purpose is a fantastic book for any dog lover. It is well written and thought-provoking book about the dogs. W. Bruce Cameron is the guy behind this book. Bruce is also the author of many great books including 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter, The Dog Master, and the A Dog’s Purpose series. He also won Columnist of the Year award by the National Society of Newspaper Columnists In 2011. A dog’s purpose series is not only the emotional and hilarious story of a dog’s many lives but also a dog’s-eye commentary on human relationships and the unbreakable bonds between man and man’s best friend. This moving and beautifully crafted story teaches us that love never dies, that our true friends are always with us, and that every creature on earth is born with a purpose. The book is very heartwarming, joyful, and made experience tears of joy and sadness to readers. In summary, it is a great book that shows the true meaning of the relationship of God, human and dogs.
A Romantic Duke for Christmas Box 1-10
by Charlotte Darcy
0 Pages · 2015 · Free · 0 Downloads · New!
“A Romantic Duke for Christmas Box 1-10 ” is a story of love, loss, heartbreak, and unbreakable bonds. This novel is written by Charlotte Darcy.  This is a gorgeous story about how life doesn’t always work out the way we want it to, but if we’re willing, we can still make it a great life. It is a good compelling story, engaging, and easy to read. This is the perfect holiday novel, you can pick it up and get straight back into the story. The novel “A Romantic Duke for Christmas Box 1-10 ” is an enjoyable story that moves along at a good pace. It is not too quickly, but at a pace that keeps the reader engaged waiting to discover the outcome.
Being Mortal
by Atul Gawande
0 Pages · 2017 · 304 · 0 Downloads · New!
“Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End” could be a game-changer if enough people read it and take it to heart. Atul Gawande is the author of this book. The book addresses end-of-life care, and how we are getting it wrong, both within the medical establishment and in our families. It focuses both on medical procedures and living conditions in later life. This book shows the reality that as people near the end of life, decisions about their living situation are primarily aimed at ensuring safety at the expense of retaining autonomy, especially when adult children are making the decisions. In addition, Dr. Gawande shows how end-of-life physical conditions are most often treated as medical crises needing to be “fixed,” instead of managed for the quality of life when treatment has become futile. Life is more than just a stretch of years. It must have meaning and purpose to be worth living, he says. This is a familiar concept but he builds a strong case for reform through case studies, stories from his own life, and examples of how individuals are either becoming victims of or bucking, the system.