Self-Help

Building Resilience - Facing Adversity
Building Resilience - Facing Adversity

Review: At the outset, I’d like to express my feeling of sadness for Ms. Sandberg and her children. I wish them happiness and laughter forever. My criticism of her book is mostly about the writing style and some topics she has chosen.

The book starts as a memoir; it’s definitely Ms. Sandberg’s story. She’s the narrator. However, the self-help part of the book is supposed to be written by the co-author, Adam Grant –a psychologist. He’s the one who’s expected to help readers understand their emot... Read more

The Bright Hour: A Memoir of Living and Dying
The Bright Hour: A Memoir of Living and Dying

Review: Amoving and wonderful book about a young mother dying of cancer but it is more than that it is the reflection on life and death and mortality I've read it all in one city you will too it is the mesmerizing and I would just those that she left her husband John her sons her father her brother and his wife and her many wonderful friends that they remember Nina as the remarkable and wonderful person and quirky person that she was and that they remember that facing the tragic circumstances of her own... Read more

Overcoming Self-Defeating Behavior - Get Out of Your Own Way
Overcoming Self-Defeating Behavior - Get Out of Your Own Way

Review: Absolutely life changing book. I have been working on healing. I've been struggling with depression and anxiety. This book has helped me see how i was creating my own obstacles. How I developed coping mechanism that are unhealthy. It also gave great advice on how to correct these issues. I've thought of buying a copy of this book for a few people i know. It has been so helpful! Read more

One-a-Day Inspirational Quotes for a Happy YOU (The Happiness 365 Inspirational Series Book 1)
One-a-Day Inspirational Quotes for a Happy YOU (The Happiness 365 Inspirational Series Book 1)

Review: I'm sure that if you buy and read this book that you'll find some inspiration to cheer you on your daily path. It just wasn't my cup-of-tea, so-to-speak and not exactly what I need currently in my life. Book is well-prepared with no editing errors so reading it is a pleasure without having to deal with the hiccups of misspelled words or alot of fluff to fill the pages. Read more

A Woman's Worth
A Woman's Worth

Review: This book offers great insight to mindfulness about being a woman, but need a revision to be more appropriate for today... 2012. Bought a few for my friends and they all said the same thing. Would love to have a revised edition. Read more

Thirty Days to a No-Regrets Life - One Month to Live
Thirty Days to a No-Regrets Life - One Month to Live

Review: What brought me to this Book, One Month to Live. We had it as our sermons in Church and, found it very enlighting.It hit me pretty much at home as, have a family member that has just about the title of the book to live. Do I give it to him? I think not. What with being 49 years old, chemo sickness etc., I think not. He is reading the Bible but, afraid to die? Lots to think about here. Read more

Toltec Wisdom for the Modern World - The Five Levels of Attachment
Toltec Wisdom for the Modern World - The Five Levels of Attachment

Review: This book probably wouldn't have been published if the author didn't have a famous dad. It is an alright book, but I picked it up thinking it was the elder Don Miguel Ruiz-- but quickly found that it was not. If you buy, you should know that this is a book from Don Miguel Ruiz JR. Read more

Mini Habits: Smaller Habits, Bigger Results
Mini Habits: Smaller Habits, Bigger Results

Review: I am a big believer in developing habits and I believe in small steps (mini habits) grow into bigger better habits. Author talks too much about himself and not enough about how to do it. It's OK but I have had other books that have motivated me much more. Read more

A Practical Guide to Inner Peace (A Toltec Wisdom Book)
A Practical Guide to Inner Peace (A Toltec Wisdom Book)

Review: The first book was the four agreements. This book should be how the author came to know them. It's more of a personal journey meant to inspire us to do the same. However, when compared to the first this book is lacking in may areas. Read more

Wisdom from the Four Agreements (Mini Book)
Wisdom from the Four Agreements (Mini Book)

Review: I enjoyed the book thought the cards would serve as support for the teachings. I used them as daily affirmations. I wording is simply stated and I the art work is welcoming.

Delivary and price were great! Read more

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