Description : For fans of Jennifer Niven’s All the Bright Places and Meg Wolitzer’s Belzhar comes an emotionally thrilling tale of a friendship between a girl who feels too much and a boy who feels too little, as they discover that maybe pain can bring people together and not just tear them apart. Samantha Herring has been in constant pain ever since the car accident that injured her leg and killed her mother. After pushing her friends away, Sam has receded into a fog of depression until she meets Eliot, a carefree, impulsive loner who, is unable to feel any pain at all. At first, Sam is jealous. She would give anything to not feel the pain she’s felt for the past year. But the more she learns about Eliot’s medical condition, the more she notices his self-destructive tendencies. In fact, Eliot doesn’t seem to care about anything—except Sam. And as they grow closer, they begin to confront Sam’s painful memories of the accident, memories that hold a startling truth about what really happened that day.
Description : Ever find yourself wishing things would just be different so you could feel good all the time? What if you could discover how to feel good whenever you want? The solutions are simple, and in plain view. Get ready to feel great for a living in Mastering the Art of Feeling Good! You can stop looking around now for something or someone to blame for your dissatisfaction in fact, don't even blame yourself. Mastering the Art of Feeling Good reveals the ingredients and teaches you the recipe for creating your exceptional life experience. Be assured that you possess absolutely everything you need to be successful. Mastering the Art of Feeling Good will help you understand accountability and celebrates your power and the power of One. It will assist in directing positive change to empower you with the mastery of your own inner feelings of peace, joy, and satisfaction that will directly result in also experiencing your desires and life dreams of the physical realm.
Description : The art of feeling is a collection of poetry about embracing love, finding peace, overcoming heartache, appreciating life, letting go and moving on. There are four chapters in this book designed to guide the reader to understand what it means to feel and the art behind the gift of feeling.
Description : It is a different world we live in today. No parent or child is adequately prepared to deal with this day and age. Just over a century ago our families traveled in horseless carriages. If you wanted to talk to someone you had to actually meet with them. And while today we talk on cell phones while satellites orbit overhead, we have yet to figure a way to meet our life sustaining, emotional need for intimacy, particularly within our family. In an easy to understand and simple format, Chapman shows parents how to keep or recapture their relationship with their children, regardless of their age. He teaches the reader the difference between feelings, thoughts and behaviors in a simple format that will change your life. He helps the reader to understand themselves and thus how to pass this skill onto their children. The Power of Parental Influence also addresses today's new problem of kids living at home far past the time when they should grow-up and move out. The reader will learn responsible and shame-free methods of motivating their adult child to move out of the house and into their adult lives. Above all, this book will teach anyone how to deal with their feelings.
Description : Clare Ghimmel has dreams of being an artist, but when her mother dies suddenly, her father decides it¿s the perfect time to move out of the city and across the country to her mother¿s hometown. Things are promising, even as Clare starts a new school the fall of her senior year. That is, until the art program is threatened by budget cuts. Clare sets off on the mission of saving the program that gave her mother a future, while catching the attention of one of her beautiful classmates. What is it about Alexa that makes Clare so nervous?Alexa Woods on has two goals in life; to feel nothing and to get out of Astoria. Both goals seem to fade away the moment the new girl walks into her English class. Even as Alexa throws herself into her training and tries to avoid Clare all together, nothing seems as important as getting to know her. Alexa quickly becomes torn between her father¿s rules about love, her own dreams, and the inescapable callings of her own heart. Is love worth sacrificing everything she¿s ever known?
Description : The Art Of Feeling Good unveils Àse Yoga, a self-healing practice that transcends our obstacles and transforms our lives. African American women in the United States and the Diaspora share a unique history, which has affected how we feel about ourselves. Something happen, yet we don’t talk about it. But, even if we choose not to deal with the chaos of the past, the suffering of our foremothers will not fade away. Knowing the history is not enough. Healing from the “enslavement process” is crucial to connecting with our beauty and feeling good. In The Art of Feeling Good, Dr. Robbin Alston takes us on a journey to the balancing power of Àse Yoga. As a guide, this book encourages African American women to begin embracing and re-claiming yoga as practice for healing. Using our ancient mystical systems, knowing who we are, reconnecting with a universal holistic spirit-mind-body energy practice, with Àse Yoga, we begin to re-member, to re-discover our real identity. Dr. Alston introduces the balancing power of Àse Yoga, a blend of personal energy, healing asanas, healthy lifestyles, breath connection, rhythmic movements and guided meditations designed to activate our vital energy centers, rebalance our life force and engender authentic relationships with self and others It’s time to feel good. The Art of Feeling Good offers a path to wellness, right relationships and mindful choices. This book shares with you an empowering healing process that supports your journey toward self-realization and feeling good.
Description : An outline and instructional guide explains how to use artistic expression to achieve emotional equilibrium and start on the road to self-discovery.