A unique fictional story that explains divorce and separation to children and can be used as a guiding tool for all members of the family. If you want to raise happy children after divorce this children’s book is a must have and suitable for all children aged 4 upwards.
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Finding Your Unique Value Proposition, helps you better understand the UVP concept by exploring and identifying what is unique about you – what you love to do, and what you are passionate about – and tying that into your real estate business. This is accomplished through a common theme in business relationships: developing a stronger sense of trust and deeper connections with your clients, based on shared values, backgrounds, and interests.
The Secrets of Business Writing Success – If writing is any part of your job, you owe it to yourself to figure out how to get it done consistently, efficiently, and successfully. This book covers the business communication skills no one teaches you in writing class.
Discover the truth behind vegan nutrition and your body and make effective choices every day with this accessible resource and guidebook for healthy vegan living.
For three decades, Laurie Kahn has treated clients who were abused as children―people who were injured by someone whom they believed to be trustworthy, someone who professed to love them. Their abusers―a father, stepfather, priest, coach, babysitter, aunt, neighbor―often were people who inhabited their daily lives.
Love with Ease: How Smart Women Can Connect with the Partner of their Dream is a book for women who experience or experienced struggles in their love life.
Banged-Up Heart is an intimate and clear-eyed account of finding love late and losing it early—and of the strength it takes to fall deeply in love a second time, be forced to relinquish that love too soon, and yet choose to love again.
On the outside, Debbie Hampton appeared to have everything going for her but felt empty and inadequate on the inside. After taking care of her brother as he wasted away and died of AIDs, the end of her marriage to her high school sweetheart in a Divorce Court-ugly split, years of wrong turns, things not working out, and being flat-out disappointed with life, she swallowed handful after handful of pills.
This book is a tool to help children find resolve with their peers when they are being teased or bullied. It is designed to promote critical thinking, problem solving, and the importance of communicating with responsible adults. Children must learn to solve their problems with a different way of thinking, instead of the same kind of thinking that is creating the problem.
The first story, about Sally, the dog who succeeded to bring back home the future author, while he was so small that he couldn’t even remember those moments, hooked me and sincerely speaking brought a few tears into my eyes; tears that came back while reading some other stories included in “There’s a Hamster in the Dashboard“.