Have you ever woken up in the morning feeling unsure of where your day–or your life–is going? You wonder what else might be out there. You know you deserve more fulfillment from your life. You think to yourself: What’s next?

We’ve all felt that way at one point or another, but have you ever considered it to be your opportunity to create a life that will leave you more fulfilled? It’s an exhilarating prospect to attain that life you desire. But you can’t get there alone. Dr. Ben Michaelis’s life-changing wisdom will give you the tools and confidence you need to take that chance–and live your life with purpose.

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Dr. Ben Michaelis

Your Next Big Thing

Priscilla Warner has had a great life: a supportive husband, a flourishing marriage, two loving sons, and a bestselling book, The Faith Club. Written with lively wit and humor, Learning to Breathe is a serious attempt to heal from a painful condition. It’s also a life raft of compassion and hope for people similarly adrift or secretly fearful, as well as an entertaining and inspiring guidebook for anyone facing daily challenges large and small, anyone who is also longing for a sense of peace, self-acceptance, and understanding.

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Priscilla Warner

Learning To Breathe

Author of NY Times Bestseller "Learning To Breathe" traces the line between psychology and spirituality sharing her own journey to overcome panic and anxiety disorder. Fearless and big hearted, Priscilla gives hope to people similarly adrift or secretly fearful, to faces challenges large and small, anyone who is longing for a sense of peace, self-acceptance and understanding.

Finding Your Way in a Wild New World: Reclaim Your True Nature to Create the Life You Want

Life coach and bestselling author of Finding Your Own North Star Martha Beck guides you to find out how you got to where you are now and what you should do next, with clear instructions on tapping into the deep, wordless knowledge you carry in your body and soul.

Compassionate and inspirational, Finding Your Way in a Wild New World is a revolutionary journey of self-discovery that leads to miraculous change.

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Martha Beck PhD.

Wild New World

Martha Beck is a sociologist, therapist, world class life coach and best-selling author, Harvard professor, author of numerous books, contributing editor for O, the Oprah Magazine and Real Simple.

What Did I Do Wrong?: What to Do When You Don’t Know Why the Friendship Is Over

Like the best kind of girlfriend—one who really will stay friends forever—Pryor blends plain, old-fashioned, feminine good sense and good humor with genuine empathy for the thousands of women who live with the confusion and anxiety that linger after the sting of an ended friendship. What Did I Do Wrong? will validate your feelings and inspire you to be more forthright and compassionate with new and old friends. You will be moved and uplifted by the many stories of strong friendships, broken friendships, and renewed friendships that make this book a treasure of women’s wisdom and experiences.

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Liz Pryor

What Did I Do Wrong?

Liz Pryor is an author, speaker, parenting columnist and life advice expert. As ABC's Good Morning America's Life Advice Expert, Liz dispensed advice on topics of marriage, parenting, life after divorce, teenagers, and relationships. She is known for her familiar yet unique style, having recently been called a modern day 'Dear Abby meets a slice of Jon Stewart'.

In the past, the few memoirs about children battling cancer dealt mostly with death and grief. This passionate retelling by a survivor’s mother is about the struggle to help shepherd her child out of illness, towards health and through survival.

Now that more children survive cancer, this passionate retelling by the survivor’s mother is required reading; the struggle of helping move the child out of illness.

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Judith Hannan

Motherhood Exaggerated

In an Unspoken Voice: How the Body Releases Trauma and Restores Goodness

In this culmination of his life’s work, Peter A. Levine draws on his broad experience as a clinician, a student of comparative brain research, a stress scientist and a keen observer of the naturalistic animal world to explain the nature and transformation of trauma in the body, brain and psyche. In an Unspoken Voice is based on the idea that trauma is neither a disease nor a disorder, but rather an injury caused by fright, helplessness and loss that can be healed by engaging our innate capacity to self-regulate high states of arousal and intense emotions.

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Peter Levine PhD.


Peter Levine PhD is originator of Somatic Experiencing, a trauma healing therapy, author of "Waking The Tiger" and "In an Unspoken Voice."

Self Empowerment: Nine Things the 19th Century Can Teach Us About Living in the 21st

The past comes to the rescue as a Washington, D.C,, reporter/talk show host and a spiritual medium turn back the clock on self-help, pointing readers in the direction of history in order to help them heal from physical, psychological and spiritual ailments. In this thoroughly researched book, Anne Gehman and Ellen Ratner give credence to the pioneers who risked their lives, homes and reputations to bring us some of the most effective alternative treatments ion self-help and spirituality known today. Together Ratner and Gehman explore the lives, ideologies, philosophies and dozen of history’s greatest healers, among them names we know like John Appleseed, Anton Mesmer and others that may surprise you. Meet them all in the pages of this enlightening book.

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Ellen Ratner


Take Me Home from the Oscars: Arthritis, Television, Fashion, and Me

Christine Schwab has lived a life of Hollywood and New York glamour most people can only dream about.  For 20 years she appeared as a fashion and beauty reporter on the nations leading television shows including, Live with Regis & Kelly, Oprah!, The Today Show, Entertainment Tonight and NBC Nightly News. But for most of those years, she was hiding a devastating illness that threatened to take over her entire life.

In Take Me Home From the Oscars, Schwab tells for the first time her story of living an amazing life in television while suffering from rheumatoid arthritis.

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Christine Schwab

Take Me Home From The Oscars