Pregnancy Miracles: Pregnancy Signs
you pregnant, or trying to conceive a baby? Are you wondering whether you could
be expecting, but are not sure? The signs and symptoms of pregnancy are many
and varied. Some symptoms are almost universal. Other symptoms are tricky,
because they can indicate either a pregnancy, a
period, or a medical condition.
No matter what pregnancy symptoms you are experiencing, you’ll find them in this book. We’ll try our best to help you figure out what is going on with your body. And, as your pregnancy progresses, we will continue to be here for you.
This e-book contains 44 pages.
This volume brings together contributions on the study of sexual affairs in committed personal relationships. The editors enlisted colleagues with varied theoretical and methodological perspectives from Britain, the United States, and other countries. Together, their contributions provide a broad, cross-national perspective on affairs.
This e-book contains 232 pages.
An internationally recognized expert in the fields of communication and relationships, John Gray’s unique focus is assisting men and women in understanding, respecting, and appreciating their differences. For more than 30 years, he has conducted public and private seminars for thousands of participants. In his highly acclaimed books, audiotapes, and videotapes, as well as in his seminars, Dr. Gray entertains and inspires audiences with his practical insights and easy to use communication techniques that can be immediately applied to enrich relationships and the quality of life.
Mars and Venus on a Date: A Guide for Navigating the 5 Stages of Dating to Create a Loving and Lasting Relationship
don’t have to be single forever�?br/>John Gray has helped millions of men and women
develop better relationships with his phenomenal New York Times bestseller Men
Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus. Now he blasts off into the exciting
territory of the singles universe, applying his unique experience to unattached
men and women–including the newly separated or divorced–looking for lasting
Going beyond the old rules, John Gray doesn’t just tell you how to behave, he explains why. With compassion and understanding he takes you through the five stages of dating–attraction, uncertainty, exclusivity, intimacy, and engagement; provides inspired ideas on finding your soul mate; and offers advice on creating a loving and mutually fulfilling relationship. If you’re trying to find a date, debating whether to continue a relationship, or searching for commitment, Mars and Venus on a Date is your essential guide to successfully getting what you want. This e-book contains 390 pages.
Mars and Venus in the Bedroom: A Guide to Lasting Romance and Passion
Gray follows up his bestseller Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus with this sex manual for the 1990s. Using the same "advanced" techniques presented in his earlier book, now transferred to the bedroom, he advises partners how to achieve sexual satisfaction without frustrating each other, how to rekindle and maintain sexual passion without resorting to affairs, how to talk about sexual needs without turning each other off and much more. For those in a rush to the bedroom, virtually every paragraph is recapitulated in boldface one-liners. Although some of the material is old news (women require more foreplay and affection than men), much is cutting-edge. For example, women don't always desire orgasm, and therefore "quickies" can be enjoyable for both parties. But sorely lacking here is a discussion of safe sex in the age of AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases. And despite the title, Gray here compares men to the sun and women to the moon rather than to Earth's planetary neighbors. This e-book contains 87 pages.
Practical Miracles for Mars and Venus: Nine Principles for Lasting Love, Increasing Success, and Vibrant Health in the Twenty-first Century
to demystify the miraculous, author John Gray (Men Are from Mars, Women Are
from Venus) offers a handbook on creating "practical miracles."
Having experienced a personal miracle when he recovered from near blindness,
Gray began to realize that humans could actually participate in creating their
own miracles. "Miracles don't just happen for some and not for
others," he notes. "They occur when specific conditions are
nurtured." In order to nurture these conditions, Gray suggests living by
nine guiding principles, including "Love as if for the first time,"
"Work as if money didn't matter," and "Relax as if everything
will be okay."
Typical of Gray, he has narrowed his book down into concise formulas, following step-by-step, stage-by-stage plans and exercises. This compulsion to script his theories into neat little self-help packages is his downfall, limiting what could have been a meaningful and important discussion about miracle making in everyday life. Instead, we can't help feeling that he's simply holding up a bottle of his latest formula and saying, "Ladies from Venus, gentlemen from Mars, for just under $20 you too can be a miracle maker." Nonetheless, his heart seems to be in the right place and there are passages of impressive wisdom. Even hardcore skeptics could live a better life (and may even encounter a miracle or two) by following his excellent list of guiding principles.
This e-book contains 254 pages.
Gattuso examines relationships through the lens of A Course in Miracles, bringing its universal spiritual message to a new audience by teaching list eners how to attract and create healthy, love-filled partnerships through principles of love and forgiveness. More than offering just a new way of thinking, she gives readers tools to take this incredible knowledge and use it to transform their lives.
This e-book contains 235 pages.
Drawing on a thorough review of the existing theoretical and empirical literature in the area of adolescent romantic relationships, as well as interviews with practitioners directly involved with developing or administering relationship education to adolescents, the authors bring together relevant research and theory from a wide range of disciplines that have examined these issues, and suggest future directions for research and interventions to promote healthy marriages in adulthood.