Stepping Stones To Paradise by James Rick

Follow the dots that connect to reveal the perfect picture, representing the true form that reflects the original intended image, the soul. From an abusive childhood to life in paradise by overcoming chronic illness and drug addiction, through inner guidance from hands of light.

Author: James Rick

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Short Stories from the Heart by Margaret Helms

Some years ago I was privileged to be a member of a writers’ group. We met each month at the library. A story we had written was to be read to the group at that time. This book is a compilation of those stories.

My family moved many times during my younger years. Every place brought new people into my life along with experiences that I would not have encountered, otherwise. It’s my desire that everyone who reads this book will feel blessed.

Author: Margaret Helms

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An English Country Girl: Memoirs of Nellie Self 1899-1997 by Nellie Self

Nellie’s fascinating memoirs take us back us to England at the beginning of the 1900s and then through two world wars. She reveals how country folk in East Anglia lived, grew up, fell in love, and married, and how they struggled to make a living as they farmed the land, mainly working for the wealthy, aristocratic land owners. Her radiant Christian faith shines through as she shares with us the joyous times of celebration as well as the times of great trouble and hardship.

Author: Nellie Self

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Even When Trapped Behind Clouds: A Memoir of Quiet Grace by Patty Somlo

The daughter of an often-absent career Air Force officer and a depressed alcoholic mother, Patty Somlo grows up constantly on the move. Incapable of finding a permanent home, developing long-term relationships, or even learning to drive, Somlo continues through adulthood adrift. From the lush tropical paradise of Hawaii to fog-shrouded San Francisco and the rugged, windswept Washington coast, Somlo explores the places she has lived in order to find her way back home. In this intimate work, she shares with us her deep love of nature and the role it has played in helping her heal.Often funny and deeply moving, this is both a beautifully written, lyrical, personal memoir, and an honest exploration of the challenges and possibilities for psychological healing through the places in our lives.

Author: Patty Somlo

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Narcissistic Personality Disorder in Relationships.: How to Make a Narcissist a Better Man, Borderline Personality Disorder, Disarming the Narcissist Book 3 by Fidelma Rafferty

You have heard horror stories and even seen movies of people falling in love with the fake facade of another individual.But, now you have seemed to have become a victim of a narcissist’s tragic game, and you do not know where to turn. Or, you suspect that the one you started dating may not be all they are cracked up to be. Narcissists come in all shapes, sized, colors and sexes. Thankfully, you have come to the right place in order to keep your sanity. Within the pages of this books resides: •What Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) is•Warning signs and causes of a narcissist •How to deal with narcissism in romantic relationships •How to deal with narcissistic men as women •Ways to cope and mend from living and/or loving a narcissist•How narcissists can help themselves and relieve themselves from this disease •Personal stories from those that have dealt with the worst of narcissists firsthand •And more!We have all came across narcissists in our lives, whether it be a family member, friend, or a loving relationship, narcissists think they have the game that they lured you into already won. With the tips in this book, let’s make the chances of letting them get their way a bit slimmer. No one deserves to live day in and day out with this type of negative energy. With the power of knowledge, you can stop beating yourself up, and start building yourself up! Learn the signs before you get swept underneath the narcissistic rug. And for those that have already fallen for one of these individuals’ sly ways, learn to pick up the pieces and find your way out, or, for the not faint of heart, stick around and attempt to make these people better human beings. It is important to remember you are not alone; there are many hundreds of thousands of others that are in deep with these types of people. It is vital, even from miles apart, to keep a united front in the ways of exterminating these individuals out of your life and out of the lives of those you care about. Learn to love yourself once again! And, if you are lucky, begin to love your significant other once they come out of the narcissistic closet. It is possible, but not guaranteed. This book equips you for the best, worst and the down right ugly. I wish you luck.

Author: Fidelma Rafferty

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Gordon B. Hinckley (Remembering the Prophets of God Book 6) by Francis M. Gibbons

This book of personal reminiscences about President Gordon B. Hinckley (1910 to 2008), the fifteenth President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, greatly enhances our understanding of one of the Prophet and the man. Based upon a decade of interviews given by Francis M. Gibbons, President Kimball’s trusted scribe and secretary to the First Presidency, this book offers a multitude of unique stories, anecdotes and insights about the Prophet which are nowhere else available. Gordon B. Hinckley is the sixth volume in a seven-part work entitled Remembering Seven Prophets.

Author: Francis M. Gibbons

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The 30th Day: A Life Journey Novella by Carol Evans

Framed in a semi-fictional setting, the heart of “The 30th Day” is a true account of one woman’s journey to self discovery, freedom, and enlightenment. It illustrates how generational struggles and family connections mold the clay of our being, and how forgiveness can free and inspire us to reach beyond.

Born into an orthodox Jewish family in Brooklyn, New York at the start of World War II, Rebeccah recounts her struggle to break free from a restrictive, controlling, angry world. She charms the reader as she takes them through her personal struggles and deep loss to a point of healing, forgiveness and growth.

Rebeccah’s interviewer, Anise, finds inspiration and strength from the story, ultimately reconciling her own family history with her life and choices of today.

It is our hope that “The 30th Day” will provide encouragement to each of its readers as they travel their own life’s road.

Carol and Rebeccah

Author: Carol Evans

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Even When Trapped Behind Clouds: A Memoir of Quiet Grace by Patty Somlo

The daughter of an often-absent career Air Force officer and a depressed alcoholic mother, Patty Somlo grows up constantly on the move. Incapable of finding a permanent home, developing long-term relationships, or even learning to drive, Somlo continues through adulthood adrift. From the lush tropical paradise of Hawaii to fog-shrouded San Francisco and the rugged, windswept Washington coast, Somlo explores the places she has lived in order to find her way back home. In this intimate work, she shares with us her deep love of nature and the role it has played in helping her heal.Often funny and deeply moving, this is both a beautifully written, lyrical, personal memoir, and an honest exploration of the challenges and possibilities for psychological healing through the places in our lives.

Author: Patty Somlo

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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