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Edition: Reissue
Author: Norwood, Robin
Description: Why do so many women become obsessed with the wrong men--men who are emotionally unavailable, addicted to work, alcohol, or other women, men who cannot love them back? Robin Norwood helps these women recognize, understand and change the way they love. Through a series of intimate, revealing case histories, she offers women a way out that works. National author media.

 

Author:

Ruiz, Don Miguel

Description: Ruiz's AGREEMENTS offers four life-transforming promises. By suggesting areas on which to focus, Ruiz offers advice for overcoming minor distractions and displaced energies, allowing one to become a better, more grounded person. Endorsed by Oprah!

 

Edition: Reissue
Author: Peale, Norman Vincent
Description: One of the most widely read books in America after its publication in the 1950s, THE POWER OF POSITIVE THINKING is a classic in the field that later became known as self-help. Rev. Peale combined Christian spirituality with an awareness of human psychology and modern problems. His writings inspired and brought consolation to his readers. Here, he cites the Bible, advocates faith and prayer, and offers the optimistic advice conveyed in the succinct title. This is Peale's major work.
 

 

Author: Carlson, Richard
Description: Simple yet revolutionary strategies for cultivating the empathetic, kind, and gentle part of ourselves. Dr. Richard Carlson provides uplifting insight on how we can contribute to the balance of peace and love in the world by becoming more peaceful and loving ourselves.

 

Author: Burns, David D.
Description: Practical exercises to help combat clinical depression from the author of the bestselling Feeling Good. Burns presents a powerful new tool for achieving and maintaining self-confidence and an optimistic outlook--in 10 days. Charts and worksheets throughout. Comb binding.

 

Edition: Abridged
Author: Dyer, Wayne W.
Description: Wayne Dyer, author of many self-help books, offers a flip-through compendium of inspirational nuggets. 101 WAYS TO TRANSFORM YOUR LIFE gives readers a new thought for each day--or whenever doubt and fear come calling--along with some simple advice for putting these ideas to good use.

 
 

Author: Houston Victoria
Description: Houston was married to a man nine years younger than herself and their union led Houston to interview 40 couples in similar circumstances, resulting in the book "Loving a Younger Man". She is also the author of the "Loon Lake Fishing Mysteries" series.

 

Author: Rand, Ayn
Description: Rand's 1200-page novel is a hymn of praise to the concept of rugged individualism, personified in John Galt. This polemic for Rand's philosophy of rational self-interest has been a steady seller since it was published in 1957, surpassed only in sales by The Holy Bible
 

 

Author:

Covey, Stephen

Description: A leading management consultant outlines seven organizational rules for improving effectiveness and increasing productivity at work and at home.

Author: Ellis, Albert
Description: You will be well served to read any of the books  authored by the father of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT).