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    Ruth Ready

    While you're waiting on your Boaz

    A must read for all caregivers that will show that change is not always negative.

    The Truth Beyond Belief Systems and a Fresh Path to Love, Peace And Joy


    Alice is overweight, overtired, overworked and overwhelmed. Mama's had a bad stroke, Aunt Sue seems selfish, and cousin Lainie is perfect. Nobody seems to care about Alice's burdens. Then she meets Sylvia.

    Author Bette Lee Crosby’s "Spare Change" is a quirky mix of Southern flair, serious thoughts about important things in life, madcap adventures of a young boy, and a late change of heart that made all the difference in the life of an unusually independent woman. Olivia Westerly, who at an age when most of her friends are knitting booties for their grandchildren, marries for the first time. For nearly forty years she's avoided such an entanglement, because marriage means children and the very thought of children sends a shiver up her spine. With a flippant no thank you, Olivia goes her merry way until Charlie Doyle happens along. Blinded by love and trusting that a man ten years her senior is beyond the age of wanting children, Olivia marries Charlie, only to have him topple over dead while they're honeymooning in Miami.

    "How To Forgive," by author Lynda Bevan, will assist you in unraveling the past and help you to let go of the feelings which are holding you back. Forgiveness is a choice, but to forgive is not always easy. In fact, many people who would like to let go of anger and forgive are stumped with the question of how to forgive. This step-by-step guide will help you acknowledge your emotions and deal with the issues those emotions identify.

    Anyone for Ice Cream?

    What is your ice cream personality?

    Book Review: Got An Angry Kid? Parenting Spike: A Seriously Difficult Child Author: Andrew D. Gibson, PhD Publisher: Loving Healing Press ISBN: 978-1932690897

    For more than 40 years, Dr. Rugel has observed how quickly spouses feel disregarded in marriage and respond in a manner that upsets the partner. Their tranquil interactions then spiral into an unpleasant argument or into emotional distancing. Based on concepts from family systems theory, Dr. Rugel guides the reader through the process of recognizing and avoiding these destructive patterns, thus helping to bring the relationship back to harmony. In "Taming Marital Arguments," readers will learn several things including: Learning why spouses get stuck in repetitive, useless arguments. Determining what you need to work on to improve your marriage. Conquering your own defensive/self-protective tendencies, and recovering the friend and lover your partner used to be.

    Review of 2012: Day of Reckoning 2012: Day of Reckoning Author: Daniel J. Gansle Publisher: Infinity Publishing ISBN: 978-0-7414-5695-8

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