Panic Stations along the Bi-Polar Express, Natasha Simon & Ela Simon

NonFiction, Parenting & Relationships, Psychology & Counseling

Panic Stations along The Bi-Polar Express ….. continues the roller-coaster ride of mania, depression, panic and anxiety with mother and daughter. Panic Stations – Natasha’s Ride From a break-down to a break-up.From the city to the mountains.From mental illness to physical ailments.From friend to friend.From hospital to hospital.From dreaming of death to loving life and … Read more

From Abuse to Forgiveness: A Journey to Freedom, M. Lynn Mayes-Burton

Motivational Self-Help, Parenting & Relationships, Psychology & Counseling

How can you forgive the person you loved and trusted, but sexually abused you? What do you do when you have kept this secret for over 40 years? This is a story of a girl sexually abused at the age of seven who spent the majority of her life holding on to a secret which … Read more

I Was The Perfect Parent…then I had kids, Lynda Harlos

NonFiction, Parenting & Relationships

Save yourself guilt by learning to understand your why. Read each topic (53 of them) and agree or disagree and ask yourself why you agree or disagree and now you will “Parent with Purpose” and start to realize your full potential as a parent.Heal from past guilt as well by reading the “Guilt- Not always … Read more

Inspired, Not Retired: Leadership Lessons from Father to Son, Dr. Burl W Randolph Jr

NonFiction, Parenting & Relationships

Leaders are developed over time and with great care. Family, friends, faith, and even finances (careers) require solid relationships, and leadership can make the difference between success and failure. Inspired, Not Retired examines the bond between a father and a son, a profound mentorship that provided leadership lessons used throughout the son’s successful 32-year military … Read more

The Winning Wife, Segun Tewogbola

NonFiction, Parenting & Relationships

Sometimes, the search for answers in our marriage takes us on a journey… Sometimes, those journeys never end… Sometimes, we end up making the journey harder than it needs to be, because we do not have a road map for our destination. After almost thirty (30) years (and still standing upon the grace of God … Read more

Lessons from the Frogs I’ve Kissed, Krystal Kolnik

NonFiction, Parenting & Relationships

Q. What do a dope addict, an abusive fisherman, a man still in love with his gay ex-wife, the eternal bachelor, he-who-made-me-the-centre-of-his-universe and a sexy Chilean all have in common? A. Me! I invite you to be a fly on the wall as I revisit all my significant adult relationships and share the invaluable life … Read more