Are you or someone close to you suffering from depression? There are innumerable reasons to live your life to the fullest, but sometimes they get lost in the bumbling business that is life. Many people get bogged down and start to feel as though everything they do is worthless and life is not worth living. Even though depression is a serious medical condition, there are non-medication related ways to try to bring yourself out of it.
When Breath Becomes Air is the autobiography of author Paul Kalanithi and is the only book he has written. This summary will cover the important concepts in the best-selling book by the beloved writer. The book is written in two parts, and each section will be condensed into a concise narrative, so the listener can understand the gist of it quickly.
In each of these stories, a mother helps her little girl understand her fears at night. "Shadows in My Room": Kayla sees shadows in her room that disturb her. Her mother answers all her questions about each shadow that she points to and helps her to calm down and go to sleep. "What's That Noise?": Amber hears noises that disturb her, such as the wind and thunder. Her mother teaches Amber to use her imagination by turning something fearful into something fun.
"Great bedtime story"
Discover your true worth! I feel compelled to tell anyone contemplating listening to this book to take the challenge of putting into practice all the principles in these chapters. There are counter-thoughts to stinking thinking, positive affirmations to negative concepts you have of yourself, prayer for those who struggle with poor self-worth and step by step ways you can change your image from victim to victor. You will feel better for the experience!
Even later presidents were denied the truth about the Roswell incident, but under the directorship of Allen Dulles, the CIA determined the terrible purpose of the aliens' invasion by deciphering a reading device recovered from the crash site. Seventy years later they are coming back to finish the job and one woman is forced into the role of humanity's spokesperson because her uncle, who cracked the alien language, taught it to her as a child.
Stress and anxiety is something that each of us will go through regardless of where we live and what we do. It is part of what makes us human. As many of us know Stress can have a detrimental effect on our entire system, it has been proven in medical research that emotional stress can affect our physiology. Stress can sometimes be avoided but sometimes it cannot. This book highlights stress management techniques that can be applied to all aspects of your life, ranging from work, to finances, to family.
We start our lives as a blank canvas. It's our diverse experiences that add color and definition to our painting. Gerald's world was often harsh and challenging. Feelings of loneliness and isolation were normal for him. The people in his life didn't understand him and as a result, often ignored him, or refused to make time for him. However, the nature that surrounded Gerald inspired the most sympathetic and caring young child you could ever know. It was Gerald's love of the world's creatures and all of its beauty that enabled the magic of his painting.
Octoshi is the story of a boy whose family owns a sushi shop and his friend octopus. The boy wishes to save his friend before the octopus is turned into sushi. Will he succeed? In this story of friendship and love, there is much to learn.
The Magical Repair Shop is where broken items are fixed - using magic. Cassie and her Aunt Opal find a pair of large broken wings. The wings have been torn in several places. How where they damaged? And who do the wings belong to? Cassie suggests to her aunt that a big bird could be in trouble. With their magic travelling thimbles in place, they set off to a place where big birds live.
Techniques for coming up with new and better ideas, which can make the difference between failure and success - or between success and spectacular success.
The Magical Repair Shop is where broken items are fixed - using magic. Cassie and Aunt Opal find an enormous amount of pink material in the repairs inbox at the shop. The material has been scorched in many places. Cassie thinks it must belong to a giant, and perhaps it's a giant's tent. Aunt Opal and Cassie set off to find a giant. They soon realize they've made a mistake.
In this story, Cassie and her Aunt Opal find a scarf. The scarf is long and it bounces. It's also covered in holes. Who does it belong to? And how did it get damaged? With their magic travelling thimbles on their thumbs, Cassie and Aunt Opal set off to find the owner of the scarf.