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Master the Art of Living, Loving & Legacy Are you looking for an opportunity to be reborn? Perhaps you feel as though you're hiding in plain sight, going through the motions, but well aware you could be playing a bigger game. Are you truly a free man? Or are you enslaved by the tyranny you place on yourself through repetitive mistakes, self-sabotage, and limiting beliefs? School of Man gives you the permission to unlock the code to have it all and go from good, to great, to unstoppable. You will embody the art of fulfillment and be less attached to achievement and accomplishment. You will learn the code of being able to produce without selling your soul. You will be reborn through raw and real vulnerability, while gaining the tools required to deal with the seasons of life. And you will actively put a dent in the universe by leaving a lasting impact on the world through purpose driven actions. Cole Rodgers was on his third strike with his loving wife and struggling to connect with his children, when he knew things needed to change. An unhealthy Alpha who was mistaking movement with progress, he had to do the hardest thing any man had to do and that was truly be reborn. Enter the School of Man, the most impactful organization for men in the world... School of Man is a right of passage for modern man, going through a crucible of challenges design to enact lasting change while More than just a book, School of Man is an invitation to transform your life & reclaim the fire in your life and relationships and relate to Cole's journey while unlocking the code to have it all.
In this delightfully witty and uplifting book, thirty-something Lauren Windle shines a light on the trials and tribulations – and sometimes also the triumphs – of the world of Christian dating.
This is not a how-to guide.
Like having a coffee with your mates while you pore over your profile matches, heartbreaks and hilarious mishaps, Notes on Love draws on Lauren's own experiences of being single and dating in the Church to offer a funny, insightful and open-hearted collection of musings on the absurdity, messiness, pain and joy of it all.
With notes on ‘How to first date’ and ‘A million ways to meet people’ to ‘Disappointment’ and ‘Schrodinger’s boyfriend’, as well as looking at how you can find true love with yourself, your friends and family and above all in Christ, Notes on Love is a thought-provoking exploration of Christian relationships in the Church today.
This is a book for anyone who has struggled with dating in Church, or who has asked themselves how to be single as a Christian only to discover there’s no right answer. Warm, generous and honest, Notes on Love is an invitation to laugh, cry and know that whether you are male or female, single, coupled up or somewhere in between, you are not alone.
Millions of women each year find themselves in relationships with controlling or abusive partners and don't know what to do, or even what's wrong. A woman may feel anxious, inadequate, intimidated -- and as if she is walking on tiptoe. And she may find herself trying harder and harder to make things right without ever being successful. Ann Jones and Susan Schechter bring together their more than fifteen years of experience working with women in abusive relationships to offer an eyeopening new analysis of controlling partners and a wealth of empowering information for women who want to change their lives for the better. Full of moving first-person stories, When Love Goes Wrong shows women what their options are in or out of the relationship, provides concrete guidance on finding safety and support for themselves and their children, and includes a comprehensive list of agencies offering information or assistance.
The Mr. Men have been tickling children for generations with their funny and charming antics. The Mr Men for Grown-Ups series now gives adults the chance to laugh along as the Mr Men and Little Miss try to cope with the very grown-up world around them. Featuring Roger Hargreaves classic artwork alongside hilariously funny new text. Little Miss Shy likes being single and loves nothing more than staying in with a good book. But her mother feels quite differently and she reluctantly decides to give online dating a try. Will one of the Mr Men be her Mr Right? The perfect book for anyone who has ever been part of the dating pool, reluctantly or not. Also available in The Mr Men for Grown-Ups series: Mr Greedy Eats Clean to Get Lean, Little Miss Busy Surviving Motherhood, Mr Grumpy Nails Fatherhood, Little Miss Lucky is Getting Married and Mr Happy and the Office Party.
'THE MOTHERHOOD COMPLEX does for mothers in particular what INVISIBLE WOMEN did for women as a whole: exposes the myriad ways in which the system is stacked against us, while celebrating the strengths and successes we achieve in spite of it all' Leah Hazard 'A welcome, refreshing and clear-eyed look at the twenty-first century expectations of motherhood' Gina Rippon Enriched with discoveries from biology, psychology and social science, THE MOTHERHOOD COMPLEX is a journey to the heart of what it means to become a mother. Melissa Hogenboom examines how the suite of changes we experience during pregnancy and motherhood influence our sense of self, both physically and from the wider world. From the way our brain changes during pregnancy and the psychological impact of our changing body, to the true cost of the motherhood workplace penalty and the intrusion of technology on family life, Hogenboom reveals how external events and society at large shape the way we see ourselves and impacts upon the choices we make. Interweaving her personal experience as a mother of two young children with the latest research, Hogenboom confronts the modern myth of maternal perfection and highlights the importance of understanding how and why we change for our physical and emotional health.
Stop Believing the Lies About Who You Are so You Can Become Who You Were Meant to Be.
With painful honesty and fearless humor, Rachel unpacks and examines the falsehoods that once left her feeling overwhelmed and unworthy and reveals the specific practical strategies that helped her move past them. In the process, she encourages, entertains, and even kicks a little butt, all to convince you to do whatever it takes to get real and become the joyous, confident woman you were meant to be.
Rachel Hollis is a #1 New York Times and #1 USA Today bestselling author, a top business podcaster, and one of the most sought-after motivational speakers in the world. As a bestselling author and wildly successful lifestyle influencer, she has built a global social media fanbase in the millions.
How have your friends shaped you into who you are today? What would you do if you fell in love with your best friend? What happens when a friend dies suddenly? And what are the golden rules of going into business with a close friend? 15 inspiring women explore the enduring power of friendship. Featuring essays from Jenni Murray, Gina Martin, Megan Jayne Crabbe, Candice Brathwaite, Yomi Adegoke & Elizabeth Uviebinene and more. How have your friends shaped who you are today? What happens if you fall in love with your best friend? How would you cope if a friend died suddenly? And what are the golden rules of going into business with a close friend? 15 women who have faced these questions - and many more - tell us everything they have learned in the process about life's essential bond: friendship. In turns funny, moving, confronting and uplifting, each lesson gives a frank and refreshing view on both the pleasure and pain of our closest connections, with contributors including Dame Jenni Murray, Gina Martin, Shappi Khorsandi, Megan Jayne Crabbe (@bodyposipanda), Candice Brathwaite, and Flo Perry. From contemporary questions about the authenticity of online friendship to universal talking points such as how many friends we really need, this is a wise exploration - and joyous celebration - of the most essential relationship in our lives.
In this beautiful book readers will find all they need to consult the time-honoured I Ching oracle to find love, understand relationships and mend friendships. Based on the eight natural laws (or energies) of the I Ching - heaven, earth, water, thunder, mountain, wind, lake and flame - this divination system offers guidance and emotional insight into personal relationships. The reader simply throws the three coins six times to create a hexagram and consults the book to determine its meaning. Each of the resulting 64 hexagrams can be equally read for platonic friendship, an existing partnership or a new romance.With detailed instructions on interpreting the hexagrams and consulting the oracle, this book offers an easy way to rediscover the I Ching's ancient wisdom.
When we quit sabotaging intimacy in our relationships by demanding unconditional love, we discover something much greater-the deeply satisfying, transformational love that is companionship. In these pages psychologist Kelly Flanagan shows how each of us has within ourselves, exactly the way we are, the gifts that are needed to cultivate the life-long relationships we are longing for, whether it is within marriage or friendship. He shows us how self-knowledge leads the way to growing in love for both God and others. He shows us how understanding our own loneliness can help us relieve the pressure on our companions. And he shows us how understanding our own psychological and emotional defenses can help us to make the choice to love more vulnerably. More than a marriage book, this is a companionship book. Anyone-from single young adults to elderly married couples, from the divorced to the widowed, from siblings to friends-can benefit from the wisdom it uncovers about what it means to be human and to be true companions. Groups, couples, and individuals can use the companion study guide for five sessions on how to show up in your most important relationships.
There is a troubling trend that is rising in Christian Families today: Their children are discontent and rebellious, jumping ship as soon as they can survive without the family, some as young as 16 years old. Parents are crying, "Where did we go wrong? What can we do to prevent this from happening to the rest of our children?" These answers and more are covered in the book.
AN INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER! A USA TODAY "BEST BOOKS OF 2021" PICK! In the bestselling tradition of The Presidents Club and Presidential Courage, White House history as told through the stories of the best friends and closest confidants of American presidents. Here are the riveting histories of myriad presidential friendships, among them: Abraham Lincoln and Joshua Speed: They shared a bed for four years during which Speed saved his friend from a crippling depression. Two decades later the friends worked together to save the Union. Harry Truman and Eddie Jacobson: When Truman wavered on whether to recognize the state of Israel in 1948, his lifelong friend and former business partner intervened at just the right moment with just the right words to steer the president's decision. Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Daisy Suckley: Unassuming and overlooked during her lifetime, Daisy Suckley was in reality FDR's most trusted, constant confidant, the respite for a lonely and overworked President navigating the Great Depression and World War II John Kennedy and David Ormsby-Gore: They met as young men in pre-war London and began a conversation over the meaning of leadership. A generation later the Cuban Missile Crisis would put their ideas to test as Ormsby-Gore became the president's unofficial, but most valued foreign policy advisor. These and other friendships--including Thomas Jefferson and James Madison, Franklin Pierce and Nathaniel Hawthorne, and Bill Clinton and Vernon Jordan--populate this fresh and provocative exploration of a series of seminal presidential friendships. Publishing history teems with books by and about Presidents, First Ladies, First Pets, and even First Chefs. Now former Clinton aide Gary Ginsberg breaks new literary ground on Pennsylvania Avenue and provides fresh insights into the lives of the men who held the most powerful political office in the world by looking at the friends on whom they relied. First Friends is an engaging, serendipitous look into the lives of Commanders-in-Chief and how their presidencies were shaped by those they held most dear.
A wildly entertaining collection of micro fiction stories that delve into the hope, dismissal, frustration, angst, revival, and mediocrity of dating as a millennial and seeking real connection. Wistful and reminiscent, written for all the mes searching for yous and all the ones who have already found each other. Part I delves into a young, tender college relationship that stretches from New York City to Texas and rips apart. Part II is what happens after-the gritty, lonely, and sometimes dazzling world of dating in New York City: fix-ups, first dates, third dates, many, many Bumble dates, one terrible Tinder date, the often strangeness of two strangers, the often thrill of two strangers, and even one glorious cab driver who doubles as a love psychic. Me in Search of You delves into the starts and stops, the ebbs and flows of not only dating but the triumphant self-discovery that comes along with it. Each piece is nameless in the hope that you'll crawl into them and see yourself.
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