Wake Up Girl YOU ARE WORTHY

Wake Up Girl  YOU ARE WORTHY

Wake Up Girl YOU ARE WORTHY

FROM BESTSELLING AUTHOR - YOU ARE WORTHY OF SUCCESS: An inspirational and thought provoking innovative guide for emerging creatives, professional intrepreneurs and visionary entrepreneurs, ready to master their skills, explore their dreams, dominate their next level success and live an amazing life. You are more than enough! Know your worth!

Fierce Woman

Fierce Woman

Fierce Woman

Ignite the Feminine Fire Within You This sacred and galvanizing book is a thunderous call to action for you, and for women all over the world, to awaken the goddess within. Through deep wisdom, engaging exercises, and empowering insights and affirmations, Fierce Woman shows you how to make profound shifts in your life. You are powerful and worthy. You are destined to rip off the false mask of societal expectations and fully occupy the space and body you're in. Rhoda Shapiro guides you through a unique exploration of wild feminine power and the ways in which it can heal, uplift, and energize the planet. Now is the time to rise up and live your truth, to reclaim ownership of your voice and body.

So Worth Loving

So Worth Loving

So Worth Loving

To be human means to try and sometimes fail, to love and sometimes lose, to risk and sometimes regret. There are times when we realize where our choices have brought us and we're afraid to be honest--with ourselves, with others, with God--about how we're really feeling and how we got to where we are. Because what if no one understands? What if they think less of us? What if God is disappointed with us? Eryn Eddy wants you to know that no matter your past mistakes, relationship status, career choice, or feelings, nothing can change the truth that you are so worth loving. In this openhearted book, she takes you by the hand and helps you look in, look up, and look out, exploring your relationship with yourself, God, and others. She gives you permission to feel deeply and openly before God, who isn't afraid of our feelings, no matter what they are. And she lovingly reminds you that you are not crazy, you are not alone, and you will get through this.

Being 14

Being 14

Being 14

Helping fierce teenage girls become awesome women. Is your daughter 14? Are you struggling to know what's going on inside her head? Are you worried? This is the book that can help you understand how she's feeling, what she's thinking and what you need to do to help her navigate her tricky teens to become a fabulous woman. BEING 14 gives a voice to every teen girl in Australia. Madonna King has interviewed 200 14-year-old girls across the country, talked to successful school principals, psychologists, CEOs, police, guidance and neuroscientists to reveal the social, psychological and physical challenges every 14-year-old girl is facing today. -How much independence do they need? -What is the power of a friendship group? -How do you help build self-confidence? -Why the obsession with selfies, social media and FOMO? -How are parents unknowingly making life so much harder for them? Overwhelmingly, these young girls - on the brink of womanhood - struggle to tell their parents how they feel. That's why BEING 14 gives you the answers you are looking for. It's your daughter, talking to you. And her hope, beyond anything, is that you will listen.

Girl Walks Out of a Bar

Girl Walks Out of a Bar

Girl Walks Out of a Bar

Lisa Smith was a bright, young lawyer at a prestigious firm in NYC in the early nineties when alcoholism started to take over her life. What was once a way of escaping her insecurity and negativity became a means of coping with the anxiety and stress of an impossible workload. Girl Walks Out of a Bar is Smith's darkly comic and wrenchingly honest story of her formative years, the decade of alcohol and drug abuse, divorce, and her road to recovery. Smith describes how her spiraling circumstances conspired with her predisposition to depression and self-medication, nurturing an environment ripe for addiction to flourish. Girl Walks Out of a Bar is a candid portrait of alcoholism through the lens of gritty New York realism. Beneath the façade of success lies the reality of addiction.

Sir You are Abducted

Sir  You are Abducted

Sir You are Abducted

Who would have thought that the cold-blooded, cold-blooded young man in front of them would turn out to be a sullen, coquettish man who had gone berserk against online shopping?! Who would have thought that the next time she saw him after four years, she would lose all her underwear on him ... "Uncle, don't touch me, your sister-in-law!" A certain someone was working hard on the farming as he shouted in anger, "Call me wrongly, call me again!"

To Be Worthy

To Be Worthy

To Be Worthy

The characters in this story are the same boys featured in THE ROCK. Both boys are now twelve, one beginning, and one finishing his journey through the most wonderful and fearful year of their lives. A twelve-year-old boy is a riddle. He isn’t a little kid, but he isn’t a big kid either. He is a mixture; partly adult; partly big kid; and partly little kid. This story centers on the problem of worthiness as experienced by the twelve-year-old—self worth. This is a problem for many boys because they are on their way toward being men, and are expected to be big, tough, and fearless. In reality, boys this age are about two years behind their female counterparts in many respects; physical size, sexual and emotional maturity. For example, seventh grade girls do most things, even boy things, better than boys. Yet, boys vainly suppress their feelings and emotions to try to prove themselves as "men." Fears of unworthiness tormented Dennis. Throughout his life, Dennis's pride and ego were reinforced by caring for a younger, neighbor boy who suffered from several physical and emotional problems. This made Dennis feel important and needed. The desire to be needed was so intense within Dennis that when his friend grew out of his problems and moved away, his life became empty. His very reason for existence had been taken away. As he visits his best friend, Dennis finds himself in the midst of a real family tragedy, even facing death, and learns that he doesn't have to do "adult things" to be respected and to be happy with himself. This story is also about the McDougalls, a close, old-fashioned family with a deep, evangelical, religious faith. The characters in WORTHY run headlong into this life-changing faith as events unfold throughout the story.

Wake Up Beauty

Wake Up Beauty

Wake Up Beauty

Stop waiting to be rescued, discovered, or given permission to wake up to the beauty, passion, and purpose that lies within you. As an emerging woman, you are meant to align and actualize, and live the truth of who you are. As a 21st century woman, you have a self to become, a purpose to fulfill, and you are being called to live authentically and share your unique gift or message with the world. The emerging woman is a FEMINISTA! She is about sensuality, beauty, blazing a trail, leading by example, and leaving a legacy. Your beauty and passion lies within and is waiting to be awakened. Wait no longer for someone to bring you flowers. Your joy, worth, and fulfillment will always be found by planting your own garden and decorating your own soul. YOU are the one you have always been waiting for!

Screwing the Rules

Screwing the Rules

Screwing the Rules

Change your dating game to a winning strategy to find the partner you need with no games, no gambits, and no hiding of who you really are, and what you really want from a mate. Laurel House believes that "The Rules" of yester-decades don't apply to today's evolved, headstrong, multifaceted women, who are taking longer to wed, often putting careers first and focusing on love and kids later. Screwing the Rules will challenge women to examine their expectations, hopes and dreams, dating strategy, relationship goals-and themselves-in a revised way. Screwing the Rules is about being honest about who you are and what makes you happy, then making smart decisions about potential compatibility. Laurel speaks not only from the perspective of a professional relationship coach who has helped countless people, but from firsthand experience. She's admittedly made a lot of mistakes in her past relationships and discusses them candidly. In Screwing the Rules Laurel shares the lessons she's learned along the way. Through seven distinct sections, the book takes the reader full circle. First working on yourself and figuring out what you want in a guy, how to find him, get him, and keep him. It advises when/if/how to let him go, heal, and get out there again. Screwing the Rules is all about helping women bring out their best, most confident, empowered self, and from that point of strength, provide the insight, tools, and direction needed to find their ideal match.