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Children of the Depressed: healing the childhood wounds that come from growing-up with a depressed parent by Shoshana S. Bennett
Have you ever wondered, Why am I so negative? or Why is my life so chaotic? Whether or not your parent was ever formally diagnosed with depression, you’ve probably always known there was something different about your upbringing. And even though you’ve grown up and moved on, you may still feel the after-effects of living with your parent’s illness.
A View from the Buggy: true and inspiring stories of the Amish Life by Jerry S. Eicher and Nathan Miller
Most of us want a simpler life, and there’s no better example of the simple life than found among the Amish. But what is it really like to be Amish?
In this delightful compilation of stories by more than 30 Amish men and women, you’ll get the inside story on the daily life of Amish families. With humor, grace, and charm, these “plain” people tell their stories; bringing tears, laughter, and an occasional dose of Amish wisdom to your heart.
Keep Calm and Parent On: a guilt-free approach to raising children by asking more from them and doing less by Emma Jenner
From a modern-day Mary Poppins and the former star of TLC’s Take Home Nanny comes a holistic and guilt-free approach to parenting children ages seven and under. Emma Jenner lives, teaches, and nannies by this philosophy: if parents are in control, they can enjoy their children more. And what could be more enjoyable than well- behaved, respectful, healthy, thriving kids? Keep Calm and Parent On effectively places parenting expert Emma Jenner on your shoulder, helping you see your child’s behavior from an objective standpoint that puts you firmly in charge.
Over Our Dead Bodies: undertakers lift the lid by Kenneth McKenzie and Todd Harra
The authors of Mortuary Confidential: Undertakers Spill the Dirt collect more real accounts from actual undertakers.
The Approval Fix: how to break free from people pleasing by Joyce Meyer
When we hear the word addiction, we tend to think of unbreakable habits involving drugs or alcohol. But many people struggle each day with a different kind of addiction: a deep need for the approval of others. Their unquenchable thirst for love and acceptance often causes people to suffer in relationships, give up on their dreams, and even forfeit their destinies. The key to breaking free from approval addiction, and the people-pleasing that goes along with it, is to understand and embrace the love of God and others and to be able to love yourself.
I Just Graduated…Now What? honest advice for navigating what comes next by Katherine Swartzenegger
The new go-to book of advice for graduates as they embark on their careers and the rest of their lives. "I just graduated, now what?" It’s the question looming over every graduate’s final months of college, and the one bestselling author Katherine Schwarzenegger was asking herself just a few years ago.