Thursday, January 28, 2016

She worried she was dying. It was a parasite from her puppy that nearly killed her!








Giardiasis is a devastating illness that starts with digestive symptoms but can spread and can cause hormonal imbalance, fatigue, allergies, skin rashes, swollen lymph glands, leaky gut, muscle pain & arthritis. Giardia infection may also cause an overgrowth of yeast or bacteria in the
 small intestine, producing symptoms. 


How is it possible to love the thing that almost ends your life? Three days after the arrival of "Buddy," an adorable Golden Retriever puppy, Tracey Berkowitz's picture perfect life shatters. Almost overnight, she looks horrible, feels horrible and has no idea why. 

Not My Buddy is a love story between one woman and the dog who restores her spirit while she finds her way toward health. Over the course of five years, Tracey Berkowitz and her family spend more than $80,000 on a team of 16 health care professionals and, at one point, 132 pills per day, while they seek a diagnosis and treatment for this mysterious illness.

Taken to the brink of bankruptcy and divorce and incapacitated as a mother, Tracey removes the masks that contributed to her dis-ease, leaving her vulnerable, terrified, and headed on a collision course with her soul's true purpose: to help those suffering from chronic giardiasis—ironically "the gift" from the dog who teaches her self-love.
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Tuesday, January 26, 2016

The Modern Woman by Catherine MacDonald




It's 1923. Burlesque and jazz are the rage. Alcohol is banned, but the country is drinking bathtub gin. The war is over. Women are allowed to vote, hemlines are rising, and women are smoking and performing striptease in clubs. A new modern woman is emerging. One who is politically active, works for wages, and is interested in her sexuality.  Seventeen-year-old Lily Diamond, whose mother is dead and father abusive, in order to survive, is working in one of Kansas City's premier speakeasies. There is a commotion at the front entrance and Lily looks that way. The door bursts open and a swarm of police rush in swinging their black clubs in the air and yelling, "Raid!" A tall portly officer blew his whistle and yells, "No one leave the room. You're all under arrest."



Thursday, January 21, 2016

ATale of Vengeance Set Against the Worst Hurricane in Louisiana History






Derrick Cameaux shouted into the night, "WHY?" His only answer was the echo of his question reverberating around the dark emptiness. Now, seemingly without any fortitude or desire to subdue his grief, his weeping turned into loud, wailing cries of sorrow. His very soul had been forever branded by an indelible iron, and something had happened to Derrick that night. At his darkest moment, from the deepest recesses of his grief, the first sign of a different emotion had been implanted--vengeance. Unexpectedly, a cool breeze swept across his face as though to wipe away his tears and restore his composure. Though his grief was still present, he was vitally aware that he was alive and there were people depending on him. He would not let them down!

"Very hard to put down! The details of every scene make you feel like you are right beside the characters. The reader can smell, see and hear the action! It combines love of family/friends and one's heritage; romance and mystery; and an evil thread. I anticipated a different ending, but was surprised, if not shocked, by it. Not being an avid reader, I'm so glad that I did not miss this read! It was hard in the most suspenseful parts not to read too quickly and miss the very vivid descriptions the author so craftily wove into this book. I look forward to a sequel!" ~Ang


"This is one you can't put down!!! The twists and turns keep you turning the pages, waiting to see what happens! Unto the Last Seed is an exciting historical fiction novel that contains vivid descriptions by the author that make you believe that you have been transported into the heart of Cajun Country!!! From the beautiful serene swamps to the pesky mosquito's, you feel it all!!! Can't wait for the next novel by this up and coming author!!! Craig J. Leonard, Sr. has now become one of my favorites!!!" ~ Nicole Wells


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Friday, January 15, 2016

Learn the real inside scoop on how to survive divorce

 






The Divorce Dance takes you through the journey and more. Through the eyes of a divorcing couple we experience the truth about divorce. The Divorce Dance provides a detailed step-by-step analysis of almost every aspect of divorce. 

Learn about:
  • Choosing the right attorney 
  • How to negotiate a resolution of property 
  • How to negotiate custody
  • How to negotiate support
Handlings of complex financial issues 
  • Loss carryforward
  • Defined benefit plans 
  • Net spendable income 
What you learn from Jim and Natalie's (fictional) divorce will have a pro- found impact on the resolution of your own divorce. The Divorce Dance will provide the building blocks you and your family will need to build a new life. 







They had a Karmic Dance and married each other twice!

 





A "MUST READ" BOOK

"Coming into this lifetime, we agree to play the old abusive relationship behaviors over and once again try to end the negative karma and even transcend it. This is what I call our Karmic Dance." ~ Holly E. Messick


"Did you ever wonder what your life would be like if you had done things differently? Second-guessing your decisions, your plans, your lives. I know — I've done it. We all do. But when we reach a higher perspective in life, we begin to see how the decisions we've made were often guided by a higher power.

We're not puppets on a string, but we each have a higher self who guides us along our path through life. It's only when something ends that we may have that "Aha!" moment and realize what has really been going on all along. I've looked at my life in just that way. In the midst of the chaos, the messiness, and even the peaceful times I couldn't see the higher plan."  


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Tuesday, January 12, 2016

You can overcome your pain...

 





The Propelled Heart: Injury to Insight begins with a prologue that describes a sailing trip when I was 18 years old and compares that trip to the journey each of us takes in life - how facing fear with calm and choosing to rise to face any challenge. The rest of the book consists of two parts. 

Part One, entitled 'Injury to Impasse' is autobiographical and recounts my childhood wound of sexual abuse and my Mother's reaction when I told her what had happened. There are chapters on connection and relationship with others, and some recounting of memories and the way they came to me. 

The autobiography continues with stories of turning points:
  • When chiropractic came into my life  
  • When the 'monster' office I created needed to be escaped from
  • How Rubenfeld Synergy and the integration of myself into my own life evolved my work with others. 

The cyclic pattern that has reoccurred over my life is recognized and there is understanding of the meaning and significance for myself and others. 

Included is a chapter with a 'message from spirit' that details how each of us needs to maintain a connection with spirit. My current work and mission in life is detailed in the last chapter of Part One. 

Part Two, entitled 'Impasse to Insight' includes teachings
on the metaphorical quality of physical symptoms, recurring emotional states, recurring situations in life, and organ dis-ease. There is discussion of self value and self-respect and how these are related and required for a full expression in one's life of their unique Self. There is a dialogue on the duty of each person to live their individual lives to the fullest and debate over the presence of judgment and betrayal between people and within one's self. In conclusion, there is a transcript of a sample conversation with the authors' inner child. 

Each chapter in Part Two includes exercises to allow the reader to explore their own life, their own feelings and situations. The hope is that this book will allow others to see the wounds in their life as portals to the gifts they may share with the world due to the insight gained through their journey. The introduction of exercises to explore various metaphorical aspects of life are provided to encourage seeing the struggles of everyday life as opportunities to learn and grow.







Thursday, January 7, 2016

Finally, a solution to the Crohn' s & Colitis puzzle - get the answers you need!







Solving The Crohn's & Colitis Puzzle pinpoints the top 7 body, mind/emotional, and spiritual strategies the author used to piece together her picture of optimal health and vitality after becoming deathly ill with Crohn's Disease, deemed incurable by the traditional medicine. It's designed to help the reader quickly identify ways to improve their own picture of optimal health. It is informative as well as interactive for each strategy described in a simple easy to read way with action (s) the reader can do to apply them in their own lives. The book has suggested action steps for each strategy and a resource guide at the end of each chapter. In this way, they can begin to piece their "healing puzzles" together.

 
Have you ever been told your condition is hopeless or incurable? Well, about twenty-five years ago Barbara Steingas was, when she was diagnosed with Crohn's disease. At some point when she was near death weighing 90 pounds, she stopped believing this story the medical community told her and created her own with a happier ending. Now, she is in her early fifties and in the best shape of her life enjoying a radiant state of health.

This guide is designed to help you discover how to take control of your life, especially in the areas of mind, body, spiritual health and well-being, which play a significant role in our path to disease (or some call it dis-ease). Unrest of the mind, emotions and spirit come first. It's when we fail to deal with them that disease manifests in our bodies, usually in an area where we are susceptible both genetically and emotionally. Each emotion is linked to a specific organ, such as worry for the digestive organ system, particularly the stomach and spleen according to Eastern Medicine.
 
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