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eBook The Little Red Book for Women
Buy your Kindle eBook from Amazon Buy your kobo eBook Buy your Barnes and Noble eBooks for iPhone, iPod, PC, or Mac Buy your iBook at iTunesThe Little Red Book evolved from a series of notes originally prepared as Twelve Step suggestions for AA beginners. The women's version, annotated by best-selling author Karen Casey, opens new avenues of thought for women.
eBook A Woman's Spirit
Each Day a New Beginning became a cornerstone of comfort and inspiration for women everywhere as they began their recovery process, selling more than two-and-a-half million copies since its publication. A Woman's Spirit continues this tradition with a collection of wise, compassionate daily meditations for any woman now living sober and seeking spiritual fulfillment.
eBook 52 Weeks of Esteemable Acts
A Guide to Right Living
In this age of instant gratification, extreme makeovers, and fleeting success, Francine Ward offers a decidedly unconventional approach to gaining self-esteem. Earning it.
eBook Spanish Each Day a New Beginning
Reflexiones Para Mujeres
Spanish eBook version of the best-selling (more than three million copies sold) meditation book for women seeking support and spiritual growth in recovery.
Meditations for Women Survivors of Sexual Abuse
These 366 daily affirmations and meditations extend support and wisdom to women who have survived childhood sexual abuse.
eBook Tending Dandelions
Honest Meditations for Mothers with Addicted Children
In the shadows of our child's struggles with addiction, we find ourselves tending to a life for which we weren't prepared. Yet that place also holds great opportunity for personal growth. These meditations provide encouragement and understanding for those who are realizing that recovery rarely follows a neat or comfortable path. Along the way, we plant beautiful roses only to be injured by their…
eBook Earn It
What to Do When Your Kid Needs an Entitlement Intervention
Entitlement is often confused with the word affluenza, a term used to describe the spoiledness of the very rich. But entitlement occurs across all income groups. It's a state of mind, the concept that "I deserve, even without putting in an effort." This attitude begins at home, but often our society helps reinforce it. Think of the so-called participant trophies given to all kids…