Step back from the overload—that overwhelming combination of work, chores, caring for children, and meeting everyone's needs but your own—and let the sage advice, warmhearted humor, encouraging reminders, and inspiring thoughts from women around the world help you discover a much-deserved calm amidst the whirlwind of your life. This revised and updated edition of the classic bestseller, with a new introduction by the author, is the perfect gift for yourself or all the workaholics, rushaholics, and careaholics in your life. Millions of women have found daily comfort and sustenance in Schaef's insightful meditations. Meditations for Women Who Do Too Much will make it possible for you to relax, refuel, and, most important, honor yourself and all that you do everyday of the year.
Eating Disorders, Body Myths, and Women at Midlife and Beyond
Author: Margo Maine,Joe Kelly
Category: Health & Fitness
In Pursuing Perfection, authors Margo Maine and Joe Kelly explore the emotional, social and cultural factors behind the ongoing epidemic of disordered eating and body image despair in adult women at midlife and beyond. Written from a biopsychosocial and feminist perspective, Pursuing Perfection describes the many issues women encounter as they navigate a rapidly changing culture that promotes unhealthy standards for beauty and appearance. This updated and expanded edition (originally published as The Body Myth: Adult Women and the Pressure to Be Perfect) is a unique guide for anyone seeking practical tools and strategies for adult women looking to establish health and body acceptance.
Joanne Limburg thinks things she doesn't want to think, and does things she doesn't want to do. As a young woman, obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviours had come to completely dominate her life. She knew that something was wrong, but it would take many painful years of searching to find someone who could explain her symptoms. The Woman Who Thought Too Much is a vividly honest, beautifully told and darkly witty memoir about the quest to understand and manage a life with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder.
BREAKING THROUGH TO NEW HORIZONS OF PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL SUCCESS
Author: Margot Cairnes
In the revised edition of this ground breaking book, Margot Cairnes explains that the way most businesspeople think is both outdated and obsolete. Not only does this destroy personal and business success, it is also emotionally and spiritually damaging. Cairnes, with her years of international leadership expertise, provides us with an alternative, enticing us to follow the call of our hearts – the call for personal wellbeing and ultimate success. This is a time of great opportunity for those with the courage to change their thinking and operating styles – by learning to develop new ways that are in tune with the new era. Margot carefully guides us on our journey with wisdom, compassion, intelligence, humour and practical commonsense. She discusses the political and personal traps we need to manage, and provides invaluable hints on how to support ourselves throughout our personal and professional lives. “Corporations today need both the ‘minds’ and the ‘hearts’ of their employees to succeed in the current marketplace. This timely well-written book emphasises the importance of this crucial integration in a brilliant manner.” Stephen R Covey Author of the international bestseller The 7 Habits of Highly Successful People “Powerful... gentle... cogent needed... These are the words I would use to describe Margot Cairnes’ book: Approaching the Corporate Heart. Ann Wilson Schaef PhD Author of Meditations for Women Who Do Too Much
For new dads, So You’re Going to Be a Dad is the bottom line on pregnancy, childbirth, newborns, and young children. Inspiring and down-to-earth, the guide prepares readers for the changes, challenges, and joys of parenthood, from what to say (and what not to say) when she shares the big news to navigating the delivery room and first days as a family. Now fully updated, the guide offers the latest information and thinking on: •Today’s delivery methods and medical procedures •Social media and the online parenting world •Baby gear you really need and much more.
Release on 2015-03-10 | by Robert Simmons,Naisha Ahsian
Who They Are and What They Teach
Author: Robert Simmons,Naisha Ahsian
Pubpsher: North Atlantic Books
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Often dubbed the "crystals bible," this comprehensive reference guide to the spiritual and healing qualities of 455 sacred stones has become the go-to book for looking up the properties of gems and minerals. Each entry includes vivid color photographs for each stone to aid identification and to showcase its beauty, as well as listing its scientific information, its element and chakra correspondences, and the physical, emotional, and spiritual benefits of each stone. Illustrated by gorgeously lit, clear color photos to aid quick identification, the book offers an illuminating alphabetical journey through the mineral kingdom, stone by stone. This new edition of The Book of Stones, the best-selling guide to some of Earth's most beautiful natural objects, is revised to include 76 new entries. The book begins with two introductory chapters detailing advice by authors Naisha Ahsian and Robert Simmons on how to work with crystals and stones--including the concept of crystal resonance and the scientific observation that living organisms (such as ourselves) are liquid crystalline structures. Each entry begins with the stone name and photo, plus its elemental and chakra correspondences, as well as keywords that indicate its properties. Next comes a description of the crystal structure, hardness, history, and known locations of each mineral, plus any relevant legend or lore from the past. Each author then offers their own take and personal insights on the subtle energy properties and spiritual applications of the stone. The entries conclude with summaries of the spiritual, emotional, and physical healing qualities of the stone, and an affirmation for evoking its potential benefits. The book's presentation is straightforward enough to make it an excellent introduction for beginners, yet the level of detail and the depth of research make it an invaluable resource for the most experienced stone practitioners.