Framing The Seven Easy Steps To Anger Management For Parents With Toddlers within the context of their own experiences Lyon and Braga offer us powerful insights into the anger we often feel as parents whilst taking an illuminating look at the deep effects it has on child development.
Cleverly using this symbolic story to highlight the pressures young ones face in society, Briton Kolber uses his experience as a family therapist to unpick the problems of life. His passion for celebrating difference shines through in both his delightful story and in the following commentary.
Both scientific and philosophical, ‘Self Actualisation in the Age of Crisis’ really is a deep-dive into the fabric of humanity and how woefully it has managed itself but offers a silver lining if we should be brave enough to listen and change.
An engaging and thought-provoking mindfulness journal penned by Santosh Nambiar, ‘The Art of Conscious Balance: Breaking Free From your Conditioned Self’ is an enlightening foray into the world beyond that constructed by society and its expectations.
A great little manual for the. Davis offers a practical no-nonsense guide containing a plethora of tips and tricks to help all who are new to the hard-to-negotiate and sometimes disheartening process of auditioning and negotiating through their career.
An endearing collection of short verses, ‘Coffee shop Musings’ moves from amusing to perceptive as it meanders through a plethora of mind wanderings and real-life situations.
An in depth look at the book of Revelation and supporting scripture and prophesy, ‘Understanding the end Times’ points the reader towards the culmination of foretold Biblical events, the theory of the ‘Rapture’ and the possibility that the world of Mankind is hurtling towards an unstoppable cataclysmic event, controlled by spiritual beings far more powerful than themselves.
Lawrie Introduces us to the darker side of human nature whilst outlining how it is possible to maintain dignity and rectitude in business practice. Key to this novel is also the overwhelming and incredible sense of peace that the creed and culture of Buddhism bring to both mind and body.
Potted inspiration with no fancy frills. Dennis McVicker tells it as it is; simply and unapologetically. The basic truth-you will be happier if you achieve and maintain a healthy weight. You will be happier (and definitely healthier) if you take exercise. And you don’t need pills or fads to do so.
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