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  • The Caged Giant

    From Victim through Survivor to Thriver by

    Recovery is possible! Many of us in society today are functioning reasonably well, while others are struggling. We have a sense that there could be more to our lives: more contentment, more achievement, more love and happiness. Yet, it’s as if ...


  • Why Do Good People Suffer Bad Things

    Discovering the Root Causes of Human Suffering - and What You Can and Cannot Do about It! by

    You are not alone if you struggle to understand why unwanted, unexplainable, and inconceivable bad things happen to innocent people! Never before have there been so many questions like: How could a loving God permit good people to suffer bad things ...


  • Apprivoiser les Peurs-pas-fines

    l’histoire de bravoure de Léo le lionceau & Dans la tanière de Léo : Cahier de travail by

    Apprivoiser les Peurs-pas-fines débute par L’histoire de bravoure de Léo le lionceau. Léo est trop timide, nerveux et effrayé pour parler à d'autres animaux ou à ses enseignants – et il a définitivement peur de son propre rugissement. Avec l'aide ...


  • Bridge Over The River Why

    A Guide for Those Who Have Suffered the Loss of a Child to Suicide by

    “In Bridge Over the River Why, the Coopers have succeeded in a dual task documenting their own journey through the grief of losing their son Eli by suicide, while at the same time providing a valuable resource for anyone who has had to face the same ...


  • BrainFishing

    A Practice Guide to Questioning Skills by

    BrainFishing is the “missing link”, the hands-on, practical guide for professionals looking to forge better agreements and build stronger relationships in difficult and challenging situations. It is the one, slim book that will complete your ...


  • A Very Personal Leadership

    A Work That Begins Within the Private World of Each One of Us by

    Before leadership becomes a role or a position used to influence others, it is a personal story. It is a story about early memories, choices, mentors, journeys, challenges, and moments that shaped us. It is a story about innocence and pushing ...


  • Finding Lost

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    Finding Lost is a powerful story of one Indigenous woman’s lifelong struggle to find who she is. She shares a story of childhood trauma; a story that is still only too common for many Indigenous women today. Walk into Nancy’s life, and share in her ...


  • From Bipolar To The Cross

    A real life experience of mental illness and God's healing power. by

    In Phillipians 4:13, it states, “You can do all things through Christ who strengthens you.” Even when man and the odds are against you, you can achieve many successes. In this sick world we live in, we base success on position and wealth. But the ...


  • The Solving Life's Problems Workbook

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    “We cannot solve our problems with the same level of thinking that created them.” - Albert Einstein How do you react to a stressful situation? Do you worry or search for a solution to your problem? If you’re worrying, worst-case scenarios may ...


  • Alone in a Crowd

    A Story of a Registered Psychiatric Nurse's Struggles with Bulimia and Mental Wellness by

    Always seemingly happy and talkative, the author shares the darkest secrets of her sixteen-year battle with an eating disorder. Hiding her insecurities “behind the mask” of a seemingly perfect life, Andrea struggles to be present in the moment even ...