Help With Personal Crisis

If you are in a personal crisis of any kind, one or
more of these books will help you through tough times:

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A Delicate Balance ~
Living Successfully With Chronic Illness
by Susan Milstrey Wells

Editorial Review:

"Chronic illness doesn't come with an instruction manual," says Susan Milstrey Wells--so she wrote one. Afflicted with Sjögren's syndrome (an autoimmune disease that dries the eyes and mouth), fibromyalgia (a painful muscle disorder), and interstitial cystitis (a chronic inflammation of the bladder), she knows the ins and outs of coping with chronic illness. In A Delicate Balance, she provides a compelling mix of useful information and real-life stories (including an appendix of resource numbers for various medical and self-help organizations) to help others find the will and the way to survive and thrive.


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When Things Fall Apart...
by Pema Chodron

Editorial Review:

Pema Chodron, a student of Chogyam Trunpa Rinpoche and Abbot of Gampo Abbey, has written the Tibetan Buddhist equivalent of Harold Kushner's famous book, When Bad Things Happen to Good People. As the author indicates in the postscript to her book: "We live in difficult times. One senses a possibility they may get worse." Consequently, Chodron's book is filled with useful advice about how Buddhism helps readers to cope with the grim realities of modern life, including fear, despair, rage and the feeling that we are not in control of our lives. Through reflections on the central Buddhist teaching of right mindfulness, Chodron orients readers and gives them language with which to shape their thinking about the ordinary and extraordinary traumas of modern life. But most importantly, Chodron demonstrates how effective the Buddhist point of view can be in bringing order into disordered lives.


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When BAD Things Happen to GOOD People
by Harold S. Kushner

Editorial Review:

Rarely does a book come along that tackles a perennially difficult human issue with such clarity and intelligence. Harold Kushner, a Jewish rabbi facing his own child's fatal illness, deftly guides us through the inadequacies of the traditional answers to the problem of evil, then provides a uniquely practical and compassionate answer that has appealed to millions of readers across all religious creeds. Remarkable for its intensely relevant real-life examples and its fluid prose, this book cannot go unread by anyone who has ever been troubled by the question, "Why me?"

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Editorial Review:

Know Yourself is a must read for any woman to discover their path to self-acceptance and empowerment. With her wonderful wisdom and direction, Barbara Rose once again inspires us to reach our full potential.



How to Know Your Higher Self in Seven Steps


Editorial Review:

"I've been a true advocate and student of Tony Robbins, Jim Rohn, Deepak Chopra, but "The 7 Golden Secrets" is a powerful and energetic book that will transform you and give you a better insight of the magic of life.

Five stars out of five!" ~ Michael Berggren



The bliss that comes from doing nothing!



The only natural health
care book you'll ever need!


Shells - A Poem About Alzheimers


How to Get Lots of Money for Anything - Fast!


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