Free parenting and families Kindle books for 29 Oct 18

How to Divorce for Only $159

by David Allen

This small book, How to Divorce for Only $159, provides an introduction, as well as fast access to, a popular online divorce service which has helped over 1.2 million people get divorced since the service first started in 2002.

The divorce service is valid for all U.S. states and all Canadian provinces and territories. The divorce service costs $159 with no additional fees or charges, and does not require you to engage an attorney, nor are you obliged to attend a courtroom hearing.

The service is designed to be as stress-free as possible and is also a very fast divorce service. Couples have been known to get divorced using this service in as little as 24 hours, although 72 hours is more the norm. The only condition is that both parties must agree to the divorce; in other words, the divorce needs to be consensual.

The process is very simple. You create an account, specify which state jusrisdiction you are in and then download divorce papers for that particular jurisdiction. You complete a questionnaire and the paperwork. The process is very easy, but just in case there are doubts at any point along the way, there is a 24-hour telephone helpline.

How to Divorce for Only $159 is available in paperback and as an ebook.

A Look At Discipleship

by Thomas Broadbent

Discipleship in the Local Church really should be a way of life. This book bridges biblical principles to practical application. In an easy to read format, A Look At Discipleship becomes a must read for any individual or Leadership Team desiring to embrace both the Great Commission and the Great Commandment.

Letters to Build A Young Man’s Confidence

by Ivan Thompson

Letters to Build a Young Man’s Confidence are actual letters written to a young man to inspire him to seek his confidence in God. These letters encourage the young man to reject secular definitions of confidence, like self-confidence, bravado, moxie in favor of a total reliance upon God and His strength. The letters are full of Scriptures related to confidence.

Heal from Jealousy: Defeat the Green Monster Once and for All

by Ashley Neilson

Learn everything you need to know about jealousy and how to cure from it.

In this comprehensive guide, you’ll read about studies, solutions, psychological backgrounds, and random thoughts about the topic.

If you’re looking at this book, you have already taken a step into the right direction. You realize that there might be a problem. Trust me, everyone can use the knowledge from this book. A key obstacle to one’s development can be imprecise feelings of jealousy. Human beings can be selfish, and there are good sides to that, but it can also get out of control. The author organized the most frequent causes of jealousy and solutions for them. If you know what lies at the heart of your jealous thoughts, you can more easily look at what you can do about. All in all, this book will help you:

Identify your feelings and learn where they come from.

Build trust between you and your partner, or others you are jealous of.

Make you realize what needs to be done to make you more realistic about your suspicions.

Find the most important elements of making a little jealousy work for you in a positive way.

Keep your thoughts in line, and learn more about topics like being controlling, being dependent, revengeful, or furious about the past.

Find out how you’ve been wronged and how to conquer feelings of inadequacy, guilt, or bitterness.

Learn how you can be a victim and be cool about it with a new sense of perspective.

How sibling rivalry, competition in sports and business, and other circumstances cause jealousy to become incontrollable.

Stories of extremely jealous people and the damaging behavior that followed as a consequence.

How jealousy can become pathological.

The definition of retroactive jealousy and what it involves.

How jealousy and sexuality are related and if open relationships work.

And much more!

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The Politics of Survival: Peirce, Affectivity, and Social Criticism (American Philosophy)

by Lara Trout

How can sincere, well-meaning people unintentionally perpetuate discrimination based on race, sex, sexuality, or other socio-political factors? To address this question, Lara Trout engages a neglected dimension of Charles S. Peirce’s philosophy – human embodiment – in order to highlight the compatibility between Peirce’s ideas and contemporary work in social criticism. This compatibility, which has been neglected in both Peircean and social criticism scholarship, emerges when the body is fore-grounded among the affective dimensions of Peirce’s philosophy (including feeling, emotion, belief, doubt, instinct, and habit). Trout explains unintentional discrimination by situating Peircean affectivity within a post-Darwinian context, using the work of contemporary neuroscientist Antonio Damasio to facilitate this contextual move. Since children are vulnerable, naïve, and dependent upon their caretakers for survival, they must trust their caretaker’s testimony about reality. This dependency, coupled with societal norms that reinforce historically dominant perspectives (such as being heterosexual, male, middle-class, and/or white), fosters the internalization of discriminatory habits that function non-consciously in adulthood.

The Politics of Survival brings Peirce and social criticism into conversation. On the one hand, Peircean cognition, epistemology, phenomenology, and metaphysics dovetail with social critical insights into the inter-relationships among body and mind, emotion and reason, self and society. Moreover, Peirce’s epistemological ideal of an infinitely inclusive community of inquiry into knowledge and reality implies a repudiation of exclusionary prejudice. On the other hand, work in feminism and race theory illustrates how the application of Peirce’s infinitely inclusive communal ideal can be undermined by non-conscious habits of exclusion internalized in childhood by members belonging to historically dominant groups, such as the economically privileged, heterosexuals, men, and whites. Trout offers a Peircean response to this application problem that both acknowledges the “blind spots” of non-conscious discrimination and recommends a communally situated network of remedies including agapic love, critical common-sensism, scientific method, and self-control.

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