Free parenting and families Kindle books for 02 Aug 16

Your Next Big Thing: Ten Small Steps to Get Moving and Get Happy

by Ben Michaelis

Ten Steps to Moving Ahead with Purpose!

Have you ever woken up in the morning feeling unsure of where your day–or your life–is going? You wonder what else might be out there. You know you deserve more fulfillment from your life. You think to yourself: What’s next?

We’ve all felt that way at one point or another, but have you ever considered it to be your opportunity to create a life that will leave you more fulfilled? It’s an exhilarating prospect to attain that life you desire. But you can’t get there alone. Dr. Ben Michaelis’s life-changing wisdom will give you the tools and confidence you need to take that chance–and live your life with purpose.

Throughout this guide, he provides visionary yet practical strategies, quizzes, and exercises to teach you about your true self. He’ll help you pinpoint exactly what you need to realize your purpose and progress toward your goals. Whether you’re in need of business or personal guidance, this ten-step plan helps you look forward without fear–so you can achieve joy, passion, and the enriched life you never thought possible.



100 Circles of Hell

by Nory Campbell

Marcie Warren Braxton fought hard to survive her rotten childhood. When she was finally free, she found herself making one bad decision after another, until she was trapped once again. 100 Circles of Hell is Marcie’s cry for help. Beginning with her earliest childhood memories, adding what she pieces together from her family history, Marcie paints a history of her life. Follow this downtrodden woman from her impoverished childhood to her pseudo-successful present day persona. Learn how cultural factors unduly influence the life of this woman, cancelling out the efforts she makes to improve her life. Courageous in many ways, Marcie endures abuse to spare others from harm. Will she ever place her own happiness first?



That Woman

by Aalina Nyx

We all know “that woman.” The abused, battered, beaten woman who just doesn’t leave.

We judge her. We criticize her. But do we ever realize just how easy it is… to become her?

This is my story. My fall into domestic violence. My regrets, my heartbreak. This is my story of living more than a decade with domestic abuse.

A portion of all sales will be donated to local women’s shelters to help other women escaping domestic violence.



Wish: Some see a weed, others see a wish.

by Evie James

Evie James was born in the South West of England in the early 1980’s, where she still lives with her daughter.

‘Wish’, is Evie’s first book and tells the true story of the 11 years of abuse she suffered at the hands of her violent ex partner and how she escaped.

Evie has written her story to help raise awareness of domestic abuse and to help empower those in a similiar circumstance.

Evie is a passionate campaigner against domestic abuse and 10% of all proceeds from ‘Wish’ will be donated to the charity, Survive.

http://eviejameswish.co.uk

Evie writes using a pseudonym to protect the identity of all those involved.



Bullies in the Workplace: Finding Freedom in a World of Powerplays

by Ruth Wilson

Does a current of anxiety run through your Sundays because you must return to work on Monday? Perhaps you wake up at night concerned about a task which, in the morning, turns out to be really not that big a deal. Bullying is extremely common in the workplace, on boards, and in volunteer positions. You can develop a powerful mindset, heal the effects, find freedom, and sometimes you can even benefit from the exchange. You can learn to spot bullies a mile away and avoid them much more of the time, and better yet, you can break free and have honest and collaborative relationships.



Little Bob Frog Finds Himself

by by Gordon Fuller

In this confusing world more than ever, children need our love and guidance to develop correctly. Children become what we teach them. Left to themselves, they go awry as other animals do without leadership.



Life in the Corner: Growing up isn’t easy

by Matthew                                          

Growing up certainly isn’t easy despite how I may make it look.

Anyway, let me introduce myself – I’m Matthew and I have a Mum, a Dad and an annoying, younger sister, Becca. I started writing these stories when I was two. Yes, I was very advanced for my years plus I had a lot more time on my hands in those days. Becca wasn’t even born and I didn’t have to attend school for every waking hour. Still, mischief was my close friend and the naughty corner, my second-home – a somewhat bijou residence with restricted views.

Over the years, I have spent many a wistful hour in said corner, ruing ever having been caught and wondering how life may have turned out differently, if I only I had been a lot sneakier. It may be too late for me but hopefully, these stories will act as a warning or as a trusty guide to all those following in my footsteps.

Enjoy and Good Luck.

Matthew.



Parenting in the 21st Century: A Horror Story: A guide for surviving your children from birth until they fly the coop

Parent and Educator, Barbara Woster, takes you on a journey through the joys and trials of being a parent. Whether you’re contemplating having a child, you’re a new parent, or you are seeking advice on how to contend with your teenager, the author offers advice on surviving your children from birth until they fly the coop.



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