Parenting teenagers is hard enough without feeling locked out of knowing how to apply to and pay for college. With the right information to turn the key, moms and dads can open the gate so their sons and daughters enter successfully into the futures they deserve. Join Pamela Donnelly in her humorous, informative trainings on the four mission-critical strategies you must implement in order to position your teen for independence, not co-dependence.
"Title is misleading about college admission"
Written with a poignant blend of honesty, dry humor, faith, and inquisitiveness, Smiling Again is a story of the persistence of life and beauty in spite of pain. Sally recounts the shock of diagnosis, a long and painful recovery from invasive brain surgery, her eventual retirement due to disability, and ultimately contentment and acceptance of a new life journey.
"Incredible Strength Through Faith"
Want to know how to read the personality of anyone in 60 seconds or less to create pain free communication? You will now have the power to do just that! Anything from getting that promotion at work to creating harmony at home is all within your reach! Learn the easy tips and tricks to having it all by understanding how we are each different and what pushes the "action" buttons in other people. Success can be yours and it isn't even hard. Take control of your relationships now and for good. Unleash the power of personality profiling using the DISC Personality Assessment System.
Nancy's labor pains were harsh and long, close to seven years, in fact. Conceived by Ukrainian parents, her two adopted children, Alyona and Alec, began their rebirth six years later in an American city near the East Coast shoreline.
Eager to taste adventure, Bobbi Wolverton became an international flight attendant in 1965 at age 23. It was a more innocent and glamorous time of travel, when passengers dressed formally, smoking was permitted, and the captain allowed in-flight visits to the cockpit. But there was another side to her profession....
"Worth a listen, but pretty bland and forgettable"