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Book: Spine Surgery Recovery - How to Prepare Your Home and Take Care of Yourself to Minimize Pain and Stress by Sandra Joines
Ready to Breeze Through Your Spine Surgery Recovery? Not gonna happen. Not the breeze-through part anyway. By implementing some easy, inexpensive adjustments, however, you can transform your home into a place of comfort and convenience for your postoperative journey. Also, by following practical guidelines for taking care of yourself, your recovery will be a WHOLE lot easier and considerbly less [...]
 
Book: Bounce, Don't Break - Stories, reflections, and words of encouragement during times of change. by Penny L. Hunt
When life T-bones you like an eighteen wheeler, Bounce! Don't Break! Learn the skills to successfully navigate the choppy waters of change and build resilience along the way. Bounce! Don't Break provides important steps to help you bounce back after a crisis. Learn to shift your focus from problems to solutions from problem people, to problem-solving supporters. Comeback from setbacks, find faith [...]
 
Book: Give Back the Pain - Emotional Healing through Source Completion Therapy by Robert Bleck
Believing that we all suffer from at least some emotional wounds as a result of our past experiences, Dr. Robert Bleck set out to devise a recovery therapy to aid his clients in "coming to terms" with those past hurts. The result has come to be known as Source Completion Therapy (SCT)."To live a healthy and enriched life, our past emtotional wounds-like bodily infections-must be cleansed and [...]
 
Book: Jew in Jail by Gary Goldstein
JEW IN JAIL is the true story of the nearly six years that I spent incarcerated in various correctional facilities throughout the state of New York. It deals with my attempts at recovery from past addictions to alcohol, drugs and gambling, as well as my efforts to turn my life around in hopes of becoming a solid citizen and successful member of society upon my release. In addition, my book also [...]
 
Book: Up From Down - A True Story Of Recovery From Addiction by Ted Adamson
Up from Down is not a book about gloom and doom, but an inspirational book that offers hope to all who have faltered. Strung out on heroin, Ted Adamson began his journey with a Swat team descending on a pharmacy to stop his wild rampage in search of drugs. From the cruelty in the county jail to race riots in state prison, the hard, gritty life of a drug addict is portrayed in all its real-world [...]
 
Book: Back Up On Skis - My Journey Back to Ski Racing - The True Story of Aubrie Mindock
Olympic hopeful Aubrie Mindock and her family have a life that involves skiing. Aubrie's parents got her involved in ski competitions at a young age and soon Aubrie was thinking about trying out for the olympics, when all of a sudden Aubrie took two falls that almost killed her. Aubrie went to Heaven and came back to realize that her life was going to be changed forever. Due to the seriousness of [...]
 
Book: The Angel of Recovery (Witnesses Book 2) by Richard French
A Veteran Defends the American Way even after a Failed War - Expecting that his cousin Bertram Hungerford, the leader of the Scythian cult, will be in prison for a long time, Paul Kingsley, his wife Tanya, and their three children drive from the northeastern U. S. to an island off the coast of Georgia for an extended holiday. They will stay at a resort hotel that Hungerford's wife Pat has just [...]
 
Book: Staying Clean, Taking Medications by Ken Montrose
This workbook outlines five steps for taking medications. It provides exercises to explore the need for medications, and asks the reader to take stock of his or her recovery. A brief outline of the steps follows. The first step is to stop taking anything not prescribed for you. This includes alcohol and other drugs, over-the-counter medications, and anything prescribed for your spouse or [...]
 
Book: Hauling it to the Curb - Cleaning up your life in early recovery by Ken Montrose
This 160 page workbook helps newcomers explore their denial, deal with early recovery, and work the first five steps of AA/NA. In addition to practical advice and thought-provoking exercises, this book tells the story of Matt and Rachel, a young couple in early recovery. Some of us are born into a dump. Our parents have filled our homes with loads of emotional garbage. Every room holds memories [...]
 
Book: Beyond Humpty Dumpty - Recovery Reflections On The Seasons Of Our Lives by Kenneth E Ferber
A transformational book to assist in any area of recovery from life's struggles and addictions. It is spiritually based with daily life applications, outlined from the 12-Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. It is a black and white version, 252 pages in length, outlined by the four seasons of the year through the 12 Steps of AA, illustrated with 92 photographs. Each of the 12 Steps are applied to the [...]
 
Book: Practical Philanthropy - How 'Giving Back' Helps You, Your Business, and the World Around You by Laura Orsini
Although volunteering has a significant impact on the success and efficacy of our charitable organizations, only a fraction of those capable actually volunteer. If you run a business - or have a family - you may think you're just too busy, too tired, too overwhelmed to give back. Perhaps you think "giving back" is for do-gooders and completely unrelated to business. But there are many different [...]
 
Book: The Road Way Less Traveled - Starting recovery young by Ken Montrose
This workbook addresses questions frequently asked by young people new to recovery: What will I do? Who will I spend time with? How will I get through life without drugs? Why are drugs so hard to quit? The text underscores how the resilience of youth is eventually overwhelmed by the progressive nature of addiction. Contains a parable about burning down houses infested with singing rats. The [...]
 
Book: NEVER ENOUGH - A Recovery Workbook - For Addictions and Eating Disorders (Volume 1) by Nina Bingham
Are you a DIYer? The Never Enough Recovery Workbook is a new approach to recovery. More than just convenient and affordable, it's the therapeutic answer for the busy self-helper. NEVER ENOUGH: A Recovery Workbook will uncover the roots of addictive behaviors, obsessive thinking, and eating disorders. This work-at-your-own pace program provides state-of-the-art, research-proven methods of [...]
 
Book: Forgiveness in Recovery by Ken Montrose
Written for people new to recovery, this workbook helps the reader develop a realistic outlook on forgiveness. Basic, and sometimes difficult, truths discussed in Forgiveness include: The people we hope will forgive us don't have to. Seeing the other person's point of view isn't always easy, our point of view may not be easy for them to see. We do well to practice the AA slogan clean your side of [...]
 
Book: Mending the Shattered Mirror - A Journey of Recovery from Abuse in Therapy by Analie Shepherd
Honorable Mention: Paris Book Festival /Honorable Mention: San Francisco Book Festival - "I couldn't stop thinking about it. The book was hauntingly beautiful." K. E. Fleming "Kept me reading into the wee hours of the morning, I was that engrossed in the story ..." Chris Fischer for Readers' Favorite "Consistently compelling, insightful, informative, and thought provoking." Midwestern Book Review [...]
 
Book: Beyond Love Trauma by Dr. Paul A. Wagner
Discover the Three Intimacies and How They Work Together So you're truly over your divorce? You've fought the furies, you've escaped that feeling of being kept in limbo, you've learned to live alone, you have been through what we call Love Trauma. Now you're ready for Beyond Love Trauma. In this new second book of Wagner's Love Trauma series, he insists on the maxim "Know Thyself." If you're [...]
 
Book: Over My Head by Juanita Baskerville Tischendorf
Over My Head chronicles a mutual journey toward overcoming obstacles in order to gain as much normalcy as possible. Erik, an achondroplasic dwarf deals with surgeries, body braces, extended hospital stays and the burden of having to learn to walk again after paralysis. His parents begin a learning process in how to raise their special child. Their breathtaking hurdles proved to be no match for [...]
 
Book: Marrying Mallory by Diane Craver
Long And Short Reviewer - 5 stars - "Time, place and setting all enhance and move the plot along and create vivid imagery for her readers. For those who assume an inspirational romance cannot handle conflict, drama and suspense, I recommend they read Diane Craver's Marrying Mallory, for it is all there" Is Mallory Harrington jinxed because her name means luckless? Things have gone wrong for [...]
 
Book: BLOPE by Sean Benham
Son of Satan and Grandson of the Messiah, Billy Lopez was born with a sordid lineage, an ancestry that has been veiled since birth. Now, he's a wanted man, forced into a harrowing world of extreme plastic surgery, black market pornography and organized religion gone horribly awry. BLOPE is the classic 'Coming of Age' story turned on its ear and shoved to the ground.
 
Book: Dream Point by Steve Atkins
Dr. Thomas Stephens has a debilitating condition of his hand. Ronald Reagan had it; Margaret Thatcher had it; but, more importantly, Dr. Stephens' father had it and it contributed to his untimely and horrible death. Tom's love for his father drives him to find a cure. A tribe in the Amazon jungles of Peru has found that cure and Dr. Stephens is intent on locating the tribe. The cure comes with a [...]
 
Book: The Swiss Connection by J. D. Mallinson
The author, seen here visiting Lucerne, Switzerland, is an award-winning writer who in 2000 moved permanently from northern England to New Hampshire with his wife Catharine, a native of Oklahoma whom he met at Zurich. A graduate of London University and an accomplished linguist, he uses his experiences teaching and traveling in Europe as authentic settings for his successful series of mystery [...]
 
Book: The Gold Scalpel by Daniel DuBour
The Gold Scalpel is a story about a medical center that rewards it's surgeons with an award called the gold scalpel. The award goes to the surgeon who has performed the most surgeries in one year. In my story, the award is given to the main character. The owner of the medical center and CEO takes a liking to this particular surgeon and allows him special favors as well as promoting him to the [...]
 
Book: Beauty and the Scalpel by Peter Ralph
When young, New York plastic surgeon, Jack Donahue's reputation is destroyed, he changes his name and makes a fresh start in Sydney. Blessed with unique surgical skills and driven by greed and lust, it's not long before Donahue is a multimillionaire, but he wants more - much more. Handsome, narcissistic and cruel, when Donahue sees the opportunity to become super-wealthy, he seizes it. Will greed [...]
 
Book: Mismatch by James Clayton Rogers
During Canada's Crisis of 1970, Pierre Laporte, a member of Pierre Trudeau's cabinet, has been found murdered in Montreal. At the same time, using the chaos caused in the French-speaking community by the imposition of martial law, a federal officer tries to dupe the FLQ terrorists out of their war chest. But he confronts an unanticipated adversary--a "human monster". The story moves to Virginia, [...]
 
Book: The Recipient by Dean Mayes
Casey Schillinge is a vivacious young woman on the verge of making her mark on the world. While backpacking, she is struck down by a tropical disease and suffers cardiac failure. But at the eleventh hour, Casey receives a life-saving heart transplant and a rare second chance to begin again. Three years later, Casey has become a withdrawn shell of her former self: she is estranged from her loved [...]
 
Book: Perhaps You Misheard My Prayer - A cancer detour on the path with God by Vicky S Kaseorg
We don't always get to choose the path we walk in life. I sure would not have chosen cancer to celebrate my 60th year, but God had other plans. Sure I trusted God to lead me...but through the valley of the shadow of death? Wasn't there a different route? I expected the despair of cancer, but what took me by surprise was the laughter and even joy in the midst of it. While I would not have minded [...]
 
Book: Dissecting Humour by Nic Andela & Janine Boddy
"Dissecting Humour" is a collection of amusing, toe curling and, at times, horrifying urban legends and anecdotes from thoseinthemedicalprofession. Frombushclinicsindeepest Africa to the National Health Hospitals in England, the reader is treated to eye-opening accounts of what really goes on behind-the-scenes: inventive use of drugs, mischievous med students and lost tempers are just some of the [...]
 
Book: I Got Your Back, Hailey by June Kramin
When Hailey stumbles upon a backpack full of money on her nightly jog, she is forced to flee the security of her secret identity. Although the sudden appearance of a man that had been flirting with her earlier seems odd, Hailey accepts Parker's help in getting the heavy bag home. Within moments of arriving, they escape under gunfire. The men it was intended for want it back, and Hailey has now [...]
 
Book: No Looking Back by Patricia Gauthier
On any given day life is a challenge, at best. For Marla Winters, found beaten on the side of the road, it's a downright miracle. To look at her smiling face and cheery demeanor one would never know she has no idea where she comes from or what her real name is. She insists on staying in the present until her past comes hurtling toward her with a vengeance. A past she has no memory of. Knowing [...]
 
Book: The Summer Called Angel - A story of hope on the journey through prematurity by Sola Olu
"My journey to motherhood began with a siren flashing, horn-blaring ride to the emergency room of a hospital. Within a day, everything I had imagined for the birth of my child changed." In June of 2004, graduate student Sola Olu was expecting. She was primed to receive a hard-won graduate degree from DePaul University. And, she was entering the third trimester of pregnancy with her first child. [...]
 
Book: All the Way to Heaven and Back - Surviving the Loss of A Loved One by Kimberly Lollis Parrish
Part crime drama, part self-help, but totally captivating, author Kimberly Lollis Parrish shares her powerful story of love, brutal loss, and crushing grief. When her baby brother Griffen was born, he captured the hearts of everyone who met him, and Kimberly loved him as if he were her own. Growing up in small town South Carolina, he did his best to rise above the cruelty in life, but it slowly [...]
 
Book: My Faith Brought Me Back by Teresa Ware Moody
The Author takes you through her path of struggles that tested her every emotion. She reminds you that through faith and a willingness to cope with the loss of a loved one, how God will lead you right back to Him.This Magnificent book is a must have to your collection. Prepare your minds to be intrigued and your hearts to find a peace that only God can give you.
 
Book: I'm Not Goin' There! A Gutsy Girlfriend Guide for Boomer Women Who Don't Want to Spend Their Golden Years Cuddling With Their Cats by Barbara Morris, ...
As teenagers, boomers declared, "We'll never get old." Now, as they approach retirement and old age is beckoning them to join "Club Decline," boomers have changed their mantra to a defiant "We're not goin' there" - without knowing what it really takes to avoid "goin' there". Barbara Morris, author of "I'm Not Goin' There! - A Gutsy Girlfriend Guide for Boomers Who Don't Want to Spend Their Golden [...]
 
Book: Remember Me by Mary Barrucco
Remember Me is a non-fiction story about one woman's attempts to cope with life throwing everything at her. Mary Ann is looking forward to life with Eddie, her husband. Both have good jobs with the city of New York. Eddie's drinking turns into full-blown alcoholism, and he takes it out on Mary Ann. Mary Ann becomes a compulsive gambler. Eddie receives a really good incentive to stop drinking when [...]
 
Book: Don't Look Back by Juanita Baskerville Tischendorf
More than 2 million marriages are celebrated each year in America. Some last forever. Some don't. A simple divorce is the solution for the vast majority of couples when wedded bliss loses its fragrance. Yet not all women can come to terms with ending a marriage. Angelo Maglioni, II, sits in his plush office reviewing the case of Samuel Stillman. When Angelo sees the name of the prosecuting [...]
 


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