by Abigail Brenner
Abigail Brenner, M.D., is a board certified psychiatrist currently in private practices as well as an ordained interfaith minister who helps people design, create, and perform personally meaningful rituals.
Learn how to hear and use it to solve life's challenges, whether they're physical, emotional, or both.
Begin now to believe that anything is possible.
Begin now to change the person you are into the person you can become.
You are about to embark on an exciting journey of self- discovery.
Easy to use, enjoyable to read, and proven effective, this is a revolutionary new method for taking advantage of the "law of attraction" drawn from the legendary Master Key System.
John Edward, in his long-awaited new book, shows people how they too can tap into their psychic selves. Infinite Quest will help readers to develop their intuition and renew their own latent powers, so they can confidently take chances and make choices.
In this heartfelt and uplifting book, professional psychic Sherrie Dillard teaches you how to develop your intuition to attract and sustain soulful love. After discovering your personal love type -- emotional, spiritual, mental, or physical -- you can find out your spouse or partner's love type and practice creative exercises, visualizations, and guided meditations to strengthen your relationship, heal rifts, get a better understanding how you relate to each other, and deepen your connection.
Waiting for Jack is Eat, Pray, Love meets The Success Principles. Its memoir meets “how to.” It’s an inquiry into why we keep waiting for our lives to start, why we look outside ourselves for the answers and why we hide the magnificence that we really are. After so many years of being a seeker and not a finder, I declared an end to the “waiting for Jack.” Through the sharing of intimate and authentic stories (both mine and others), the reader takes the journey to break free from the “self-help treadmill” and to find their own “inner Jack.”
If you're frustrated by having all the responsibilities of motherhood, with none of the recognition or reward, or worried that stepfamily issues are driving a wedge between you and your husband, then you're not alone -- and you can do something about it.
What do you do if you get a bad haircut? Do you have trouble remembering people's names? What happens if you clog the toilet at a friend's house? Rob Sachs has given prudent and entertaining advice for dealing with all sorts of everyday challenges in his successful What Would Rob Do? podcast series, consulting with experts ranging from Fabio to Erik Estrada on dozens of daily dilemmas and common conundrums.
In this book, noted sex experts Jennifer and Dan reveal 101 salacious secrets for delightful encounters between the sheets. You have sex; and sure, it's okay, maybe occasionally even good. But with this new guide they help you kick it up a notch to have the best sex every time.
It all started when 14-year old Hannah Salwen, idealistic but troubled by a growing sense of injustice in the world, had a eureka moment when a homeless man in her neighborhood was juxtaposed against a glistening Mercedes coupe. "You know, Dad,” she said, pointing, “If that man had a less nice car, that man there could have a meal.”
Did you know you have better odds at winning the lottery than an Olympic medal? To bring home one of those coveted medals -- or achieve any great personal goal in life -- you need a lot more than luck. You need a game plan.