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Book: ADHD The Shiny Nickel Survivors Guide by Laurie Pailes-Lindeman
Life of an adult with ADHD is nothing short of movie credits flashing through your brain over and over. Now Imagine how difficult that could be to live with every day. This book is to show how everyone is involved in the process of finding a balance between your life and theirs. At the end of the movie you get to walk out of the theater. People living with ADHD do not. Understand, love and [...]
 
Book: ADD, ADHD, Autism, OCD, and More! - An Informational Resource Guide by Michelle J. Bever
An Informational Resource Guide that gives you detailed answers to causes, tests available, explains the tests, options to try, resources available, and much more. This is the book you've been looking for and needing. I am the type of person who wants answers and this book gives detailed information on causes, tests available, options to try, and is a wealth of information. This is the book [...]
 
Book: Defeat Attention Deficit Disorder - Causes and Remedies for ADD/ADHD by George J. McClelland
This book has been updated with information you need. Living with a person with Attention Deficit Disorder or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is kind of like living with someone with Alzheimer's disease. It is extremely stressful and demanding. The causes behind ADD/ADHD are many. Among them are: Immunizations - Immunizations are a problem but there isn't much you can do about them. When [...]
 
Book: Team Positive - How to Build Support for Someone Coping with a Chronic Illness by Todd Schmenk, LMHC
The Team Positive approach addresses how to cope with a health condition and how those involved can receive and provide compassionate support. Whether you or a loved one is dealing with cancer, Crohn's, diabetes, or any overwhelming health or mental health condition such as anxiety or depression, this book has been designed for you. The book focuses on both the person dealing with the chronic [...]
 
Book: The Hardest Goodbye - Coping with a Loss by Carlethia Williams
Occasionally, the unexpected happens, and we are left to deal with the loss of a loved one. We never know what tomorrow brings, and with that comes the uncertainty of what's to come. When the passing of the loved one occurs, it can be devastating and leave you feeling lost, alone, and afraid. So, let me offer this book to those experiencing this type of circumstance in their life. "The Hardest [...]
 
Book: Mugamore by Dr. Jonathan T. Jefferson
This book was developed to compare the real life educational experiences of an average child during the last generation in which the United States led the world in education to a real child's experiences today (when the United States is no longer in the top 20). The practice of labeling students with a disability has reached the status of a dangerous standard practice. Increasing demands for [...]
 
Book: Shattered Dreams by Joseph C. Walls
Shattered Dreams is a poetry book that is based on abuse. These poems will help you cope with any kind of abuse that you encountered. Being experienced and knowing several people who were faced with these circumstances gave me the ability to write these poems that I do. I hope that the poems in the book will not open your eyes but give you an understanding and how you as an individual can cope [...]
 
Book: Within Time (Running Nowhere Trilogy Book 3) by Paul Keene
Conor Kelman determines to make his music dream come true. Billed as the new Hank Williams in Nashville his fan base builds and his songs rise to the top. His driver takes an interest in the young musician and shows him how to survive life on the road. Conor's addictive and impulsive behaviors make him a prime target for those who take advantage of the upcoming star. He takes to the world of [...]
 
Book: The Toilet Is Over-Flowing & The Dog Is Wearing My Underwear by Debbie Roppolo
In the BC (before children) years, award-winning humor author Debbie Roppolo believed parenting would be a breeze. Had she known motherhood entailed fishing cell phones from toilets and pulling cocoa puffs out of noses, she might have become a nun. Armed with a sharp wit, her stories, and the realization that parenting is sometimes a contact sport, Roppolo enlightens the reader with the knowledge [...]
 
Book: Painted Tree - Two Novellas by Judith Victoria Douglas
Two stories: Both set in 1941-45. IN BLOOD THERE IS NO HONOR A southern family struggles through the consequences of a chance occurrence, a crime unplanned. We are privy to their sorrows begun with the opportunistic kidnapping of beautiful fourteen year old Tessa, granddaughter in the three generation household. The staunch and respected family's roots in Louisiana started before the Civil War, [...]
 
Book: Wake Up Running by David Egee
ADHD as a child, David Egee suffered through many years of reading and writing impairment. "I was ADHD before the expression became a household word." Egee overcame his learning handicap to become the Director of the American Hospital in Beirut at the age of 35, dealing with such Middle Eastern luminaries as Yasser Arafat and Muammar Gaddafi. Later, he established hospitals throughout the Middle [...]
 
Book: The Virgin Widow by Andrea S. Gould, Ph.D.
About The Virgin Widow: The Virgin Widow is a memoir-- a self-help/personal growth book for individuals who have recently lost a partner, written for those who are aware that lifelong partnership is never guaranteed. When the reality of partner loss is thrust upon us, we are most often unprepared. The grief that accompanies the loss is typically overwhelming, as painful as picking one's way [...]
 
Book: Aaron and Me, Works In Progress by Debralynn Fein
"He's so normal. How can anything be wrong?"During a routine baby-wellness checkup, Kim XXX is faced with one of the most horrendous experiences a parent can endure: a couple of innocent cafe-au-lait spots indicate a possible diagnosis of Neurofibromatosis for her eighteen-month-old son, Aaron. Ill-equipped to cope with the indefinite nature of the diagnosis, the New Jersey suburban first-time [...]
 
Book: Among the Jimson Weeds by Paul Keene
Conor Kelman, a young man coming of age, faces triumph and trauma every day. Misunderstood and not learning or knowing how to deal with his issues, he is in a constant state of awkward discomfort. Weird, different, he tries to fit in, to be accepted. He searches for something to call his own--his girlfriend, guitar, a little white house in an apple orchard. Inwardly, he hangs from a cliff by his [...]
 
Book: Chronic Happy and How to Achieve It! - A Special Needs Parent's Survival Guide by Debbie Oveland
Congratulations on your decision to understand how you can leap onto and stay on a happier path as a parent or caregiver of a child with special needs. We cover the basics to help you understand those feelings of sadness that emerge occasionally, how to navigate those emotions, and in many cases avoid them altogether. The good news is, you are okay. In fact, you are better than okay! You are now [...]
 
Book: Make MIS-TAKES for Better Grades - A 15-Week Self Correction Program by Dr. Robert D. Kirk
The Self Correction Program (c) I developed over 40 years ago is for parents and grandparents who want to help their student improve following directions, increase attention spans, cope with making mis-takes (c), increase reading rate and improve grades. We are taught when we are very young to strive for perfection, an impossible task. In new learning, we all make mis-takes. When we do, we get [...]
 
Book: Choosing the Wide River by Chris M. Carmichael
When life seems dark and hopeless, it is easy for negativity to color everything we feel or do. But what does this negative focus do to us? Eventually, we may fall deeper into despair, and we may lose touch with ourselves completely. There is another way of being that allows more healing, more joy, more love into our lives. Choosing The Wide River is a short collection of insights about this [...]
 
Book: Who Says? by Rachel Kidd
No doubt, like most people, at sometime or another YOU will have daydreamt about how you would handle things were you to strike it rich. However, it is highly doubtful you will have ever given a single moments thought to how you would handle things if your life to suddenly become a living hell. Who ever does? Certainly not Rachel Kidd, but in the space of only a few seconds that is exactly what [...]
 
Book: Ginny and Me - Reflections of What God Can Do by Christine Walters
"Abuse is damaging. It comes from cycles of abusive behaviors learned and repeated through generations. Because of shame and embarrassment, many people do not speak about the cruelty they endured. In my case, most of the abuse I suffered resulted from my mother's mental illness. For my entire life, people told me to excuse my mom's abuse because she was mentally ill. However, mental illness does [...]
 
Book: Challenging Children - Success With Homeopathy by Linlee Jordan
"Challenging Children: Success with homeopathy" is a collection of stories about kids with health and behaviour problems, who have successfully been helped with homeopathic medicine. The stories have been gathered from all around Australia and that's what inspired the book in the first place. The author, Linlee Jordan, wanted everyone to hear about the kids from all the corners of our continent [...]
 
Book: Modern Nutrition Breakthrough Secrets - Overcoming high blood pressure, diabetes and more without Drugs by George J. McClelland
Modern Nutrition Breakthrough Secrets: Overcoming High Blood Pressure, Diabetes and More Without Drugs - This book has been updated with some major improvements. Most people are happy to go through life paying no attention to the detrimental effects of some foods and drinks they consume. They live for the moment. When their health begins to fail they run to a doctor for a magic pill that doesn't [...]
 
Book: Fluoride is a Poison and Damages Your Health! - How to Stop Poisoning You and Your Children by George J. McClelland
Updated on October 8, 2015 - Fluoride is a poison which is dumped into our utility water supply supposedly to benefit our teeth. However, it is a poison which should not be ingested by humans. Discover the real reason fluoride is in your water. You and your dentist have been brainwashed. Everything you have been taught about fluoride is a big lie. No independent scientific research has anything [...]
 
Book: Special Ed Mom Survival Guide - How to prevail in the special education process and discover life-long strategies for you and your child by Bonnie Lee ...
In the Special Ed Mom Survival Guide, Bonnie leads you through the vital steps you need to survive as a Special Ed Mom. From learning how to manage the emotional overwhelm of parenting a special needs child, to figuring out how to get the school to say yes to special education services, Bonnie presents a roadmap so you can find your way through all the confusion. Sharing tried and true methods, [...]
 
Book: Giving Love (Cottonwood) by Sophie Dawson
'The Lord giveth and Lord taketh away. Blessed be the Name of the Lord.' The verse has special meaning to Drew Richards and Katie Reed. Both are reeling from the worst loss they have ever known. Drew lost his wife, in childbirth. Katie, both her husband and infant son in a fire. To save Drew's newborn daughter, he has to ask Katie to do the unthinkable; nurse his daughter knowing each time will [...]
 
Book: Fortis Momentum - A Spiritually Inspirational Self-Help Book of Prayers, Meditations, Thoughts, and Strategies for Christianity by Chris Downs
Are you ready to strengthen your relationship with God? Fortis Momentum is the easy-to-grasp guide to understanding life in a way that fits with your own unique way of living. From a simple read, all the way to as deep into God's Word as you'd like to go...this book's for you! From enhancing your prayer life, to understanding some of life's greatest questions; from knowing how to be as a [...]
 
Book: Correcting Learning & Behavioral Disorders Naturally! by Michelle Bever
This book is about the journey a mother took to not settle for her child to be labeled and have to be on prescription drugs for the rest of his life. My son's learning and behavioral disorders I learned were related to symptoms his body was expressing. Prescription drugs acted like a bandade and after the bandade was worn for a while it fell off. When it fell off all of the bad behaviors and [...]
 
Book: The Orthodontic Cure - How Orthodontics can Restore you to Optimal Health, Stop Bed Wetting, Cure Migraines and Save Lives by Dr. Sheila Birth
Orthodontics can change your life! Orthodontics provides key pieces of the puzzle for total body health. What? Isn't orthodontics just braces and straight teeth? Actually Orthodontics is much more than straight teeth. Orthodontics is the only profession, medical or dental, that can change skeletal structure without surgery. Orthodontists can expand the upper palate and move the lower jaw forward [...]
 
Book: Roundup (Glyphosate) is Making You Sicker than You Think - Overcome Cancer, Allergies, Autism, Liver Damage and more! by George J. McClelland
This book is short, but perhaps the most important book you will read in order to improve your health. We were assured that Roundup was safe and did not damage our environment. History and research has proven it is not safe and is damaging our environment. It is behind most of the explosion of illnesses. It is used in such large quantities that it is in our air, rain and water supply. Even those [...]
 
Book: Community of Ones - The Search for Self after Devastating Loss by Leona Samson
What does a parent do when the unthinkable happens? What does a mother do when a beloved child is lost to suicide? Will she ever know peace, trust, love and joy again? Can a broken heart ever be mended? "Community of Ones" is a novel - but it was written by a grieving mother who, prior to writing this book, believed that the answer to these last questions was an unequivocal "No." The book tells [...]
 
Book: Surrounded By Madness - A Memoir of Mental Illness and Family Secrets by Rachel Pruchno, Ph.D.
"What was the likelihood my adopted daughter would have my father's hazel eyes and my mother's mental illness?" In this fiercely candid memoir, Dr. Pruchno, a scientist widely acclaimed for her research on mental illness and families, shows how mental illness threatened to destroy her own family. Not once, but twice. As a child, she didn't understand her mother's episodes of crippling sadness or [...]
 
Book: The Pebble Champion by A. D. Pritchard
Haunted by the death of his mother and the loss of a childhood friendship, 15-year-old Chris moves to the Isle of Wight to begin a new life with his estranged father. There, alone on the beach, he deals with his grief and guilt by entering an imagined world where he competes to become The Pebble Champion, skimming stones farther than anyone else across the surface of the sea. With each pebble [...]
 
Book: Finding Peace - After the Loss of a Parent by Beckey Berry
Finding Peace After the Loss of a Parent is a book about my father's struggle with bladder cancer and my grieving process that followed. It is my honest and truthful feelings about the loss of my father and how to cope and grieve and help my mother at the same time. I started out just writing down the events as they happened to be able to have them later on. Then after my father passed away it [...]
 
Book: Thirty Tips To Stop Your Depression In Its Tracks by Johannes R. Malan
HOW TO OVERCOME DEPRESSION IN 30 DAYS - The content of this book is based on well-established life coaching techniques and tips that I have used to overcome depression myself. It teaches you the five key principles to overcome depression: ATTITUDE: The Way To Change Your DIRECTION - AWARENESS: The Way To Change Your HABITS - FOCUS: The Way To Change Your EXPERIENCE - PURPOSE: The Way To Change [...]
 
Book: Stunned by Grief Journal by Judy Brizendine
An interactive recovery tool written to stand alone or complement the book Stunned by Grief, which contains in-depth information and further tips, tools, and strategies for dealing with grief. It contains daily support for six months, including thoughts from great minds, reflections, suggestions, quotes, verses, and plenty of room to write. The journal is designed to be picked up anytime and [...]
 
Book: Lean Not On Your Understanding - A mother's journey from loss to recovery by Frances Hart
Lean Not on Your Understanding takes you on a mother's journey, as she struggles to cope with the death of her daughter. It describes the intense nature of the changes that follow when a parent loses a child. The author, Frances Hart, offers specific, first hand advice drawn from her own experiences in managing the grief that accompanies such a deep and personal loss.
 


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