Life is messy, complicated, and amazing all at the same time, mostly because of the other people we have to deal with. Understanding what makes them tick, why they do what they do, and learning what each person is and isn't responsible for makes a big difference in how we act for ourselves and how we treat others. This book dives into biology, science, religion, and emotional health to help you understand Humanity like you've never understood it before. You may even find the ultimate purpose of … [Read more...] about How To Change the World One Person At a Time by Dr. Christian F. Lassen
In my experience the toxic effects of so many accumulated lies about who we truly are masks our real worth and value. We get worn down and become vulnerable to want to do anything to escape. We need to challenge and stop believing the poisonous labels others have given us. This book is the battle plan I developed to attack every suicidal thought, and conquer my freedom from toxic labels and despair. The self-taught training program I developed helped me overcome the severe limitations of … [Read more...] about Then Came the Dawn by Giorgio Vitucci
Proven Love by Mary Manners Megann's happy to return home to Wildwood…until she runs into Colt Kendrick, the bad-boy-wannabe who broke her heart. But Colt's come a long way since those rowdy days. His sister's death has left him with a young niece to raise and an unruly puppy to tame. All he wants is a chance to prove to Meg the man he’s become—and to love her. … [Read more...] about Proven Love by Mary Manners
About Nellie Cake: Lowell Hawthorne-Elementary and High School Beech Grove, Indianapolis, Indiana (I left in fourth grade, but went back for a G.E.D.) Southeastern Christian College (Didn't get a degree because I was pregnant two times) Clark County, Winchester, Kentucky Trained Denny's managers-35 years-Side jobs were training cooks at Casa Lapita, Grasantis, Cruise Inn, Galley, Stone Crabb, Marios, and Olive Gardens. Orange County, Orlando, Florida Narcissist, abusive … [Read more...] about Interview with Author – Nellie Cake
About Ralf Friedrichs: My name is Ralf Friedrichs I am a career Board Certified Optician I am the Host of my show called “Take Your Life Back Today Show” which also broadcasts on my channel on Youtube I have acted in a few films I am presently writing a book called “Bottoms up, Surrendering to God, not to Booze. I have been on TV as a guest on a few occasions But with all that is on my resume, I am also an Alcoholic, an Alcoholic who has reclaimed his life back from this … [Read more...] about Interview with Author – Ralf Friedrichs
Dark, gritty, and riddled with back alley characters, The Third Step is one man’s journey into the black recesses of his own soul… Meet Frankie, a young, disaffected amateur boxer, really more of a punching bag, a drunk and a drug addict. He is a loser at love, except for his relationship with his grandma, who, rumor has it, is a white witch. She, along with a handful of others, serve as his moral compass. Frankie fights a lifelong struggle to find an understanding of the creator of the … [Read more...] about The Third Step by William Lobb
About Willaim Lobb: It was 1957, March actually. Guys who’d kicked Hitler’s and Hirohito’s asses were back home and settling in, buying big block Chevy’s and houses and TVs. I came to this world in the middle of all this. It was amazing. Captain Kangaroo and Leave it to Beaver. There was a sense that we were on the side of God and right. Then it all changed, quickly. Vietnam, hippies. Nixon. The Russians. We no longer so scary, our government was, and everything started to change. My belief … [Read more...] about Interview with Author – William Lobb
There is so much wrong information about addiction recovery, and false information about the 12-steps and the different fellowships and programs; the truth is that these programs work and that they save lives! I felt it was my obligation to share what I have learned over the past 47 years about addiction recovery and the twelve-step process. I originally got clean and sober at a twelve-step retreat that was started by one of the Founders of Alcoholics Anonymous, Bill W., it was at this retreat … [Read more...] about If You Want What We Have: A Journey Through the Twelve Steps of Recovery by Author – Rev. Dr. Kevin T. Coughlin Ph.D.
Addictions: What All Parents Need to Know to Survive the Drug Epidemic is a must have for individuals, residential recovery programs, out-patient programs, professional recovery coaches, aftercare professionals, counselors, therapists, probation officers, ministries, recovery retreats, sponsors, sober companions, and family members to help them to get a deeper understanding of the disease of addiction, the solution to the problem, and the program of action that promotes change in the addict. A … [Read more...] about ADDICTIONS: What All Parents Need to Know To Survive The Drug Epidemic. by Author – Rev. Dr. Kevin T. Coughlin Ph.D.
HOW TO GROW AN ADDICT: a novel, is a coming-of-age story that traces Randall’s life from neglected child to adult drug addict. Set in the Northern California in the 1980s and 90s, the novel opens with twenty-three-year-old Randall Grange in The Facility, a 30-day rehab program for drug addicts and alcoholics. A social worker has convinced her to seek help for her troubled life after Randall arrived in the hospital following a night of drinking and waking up to discover she’d been drugged and … [Read more...] about How to Grow an Addict. a novel by J.A. Wright
A children's book about two different mental illnesses, depression and mania. Peter and Lisa makes it easier for children to understand these mental conditions. It is a story about two people affected with such illness and how they got better and recovered through the proper medication and necessary support by family and friends. Charles and Linda Baron Katz's Peter and Lisa: A Mental Illness Children's Story manifest the true essence of love and support to aid us in overcoming every storm … [Read more...] about Peter and Lisa: A Mental Illness Children’s Story by Charles Katz and Linda Baron Katz
Memory is pain, but there are some things he’ll never forget… At thirty-nine years of age, Will Gailey is an “over the hill” singer-songwriter who leads a rock band that the music business doesn't consider to have the “now” sound. A trauma has rocked his world, and as a result his memory of events has been severely affected. Will can remember the lyrics and chord changes to his songs, but there are other things that seemingly he’s forgotten. Will has always enjoyed fishing, but even that … [Read more...] about Remembering Will by Jim Yackel