For years, men have been puzzling over what it is that women find attractive in a man. Now, the world's leading female pick-up artist trainer, Kezia Noble, is here to unlock the mysteries of what women really want in a man. Unlike male pick-up artist trainers, Kezia doesn't make assumptions about what women want - she knows exactly what it is they find attractive in the opposite sex.
"Girls perspective is good"
From its gradual decline during the latter part of the twentieth century, religion has been catapulted back into public consciousness, not least by acts of violence, extremism and various forms of fundamentalism. In this lively and provocative contribution to the debate the leading British feminist theologian, Tina Beattie, argues that the threat of religious fanaticism is mirrored by a no less virulent and ignorant secular fanaticism which has taken hold of the intellectual classes in Britain and America.
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Bipolar disorder affects around one in 100 people, and typically develops in late adolescence or early adulthood, affecting women and men equally. Often not recognized as an illness, it can cause years of suffering before it is properly diagnosed and treated. Like diabetes or heart disease, bipolar disorder is a long-term illness that must be carefully managed throughout a person’s life.
"Very good but not all for American audience"
She's the most famous, most glamorous and most controversial star in the world, and she is taking America by storm! From Spice Girl to successful solo artist; from single sex-kitten to being one half of the most famous and fascinating couples in the world; from mother-of-three to fashion designer and style icon; from catwalk model to bestselling author; from head of wags to the sunny boulevards of West Hollywood...Victoria Beckham's life is never out of the headlines.
Many women assume that if they're not being physically assaulted by their partner, then they're not being abused. But, this is not always the case. Bullying within a relationship can take many forms, from silence to sarcasm, eroding self-esteem and happiness. Statistics are hard to come by but this often subtle manipulation is common, with some figures suggesting that 30% of women may be affected.
So who was Jack the Ripper? No-one in the annals of crime is capable of arousing such passionate debate as the perpetrator of the Whitechapel Murders in 1888. Was he a demented Royal, a Masonic assassin, a sexually frustrated artist, a member of the Czarist secret police, a crazed reformist, or even an escaped gorilla?
Cystitis is an inflammation or infection of the bladder. Your bladder feels full even when it isn't, and you may also suffer pain, backache and misery. In the past many women have resigned themselves to being recurrent sufferers, but you need never suffer again. This audiobook explains the causes of cystitis, including the roles of sex, diet, bacteria and candida.
Christian women. If images of the Women’s Institute, tweed, and coffee mornings spring to mind, then it’s time to think again. Parties, men, careers, friends - life can be pretty demanding for the modern woman. But what if you’re Christian, too - or at least a little bit curious about this "God" figure you hear so much about? Surely you can’t have a fun Saturday night and turn up to church the following morning as well? Religion just doesn’t fit into a modern girl’s life, right?
If you suffer from depression you are not alone – it affects 15.5 million in the US, and more than 3 million in the UK – and, you are much stronger than you think. This best-selling book, written by a leading consultant psychiatrist, explains that people with depression do battle with pressures and stresses that other people would run away from, until their bodies can take no more. In this book, depression is placed authoritatively as a physical illness, from which recovery is possible.
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The subject of intense media and public fascination, Paris Hilton is one of the most-discussed celebrities of her generation. From the teenage party girl who was 'famous for being famous' she has blossomed into an actress, pop star and successful businesswoman. Paris Hilton: Life on the Edge shows how the heiress made such a success of her life and reveals that far from being an 'airhead', she is a shrewd, determined and hardworking woman.
PCOS is a caused by a hormonal imbalance and can result in distressing symptoms such as acne, irregular or absent periods and increased hair growth on the face and body. For some, PCOS will even lead to infertility, hair loss and weight gain. Not all women will experience all of the symptoms and what the sufferer experiences may change over time, which can make the syndrome particularly difficult to deal with.
"Great book for someone newly diagnosed with PCOS."
An estimated nine million people in the UK and some 35 million Americans suffer from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). It ranks second only to the common cold as a cause of lost work time. The exact cause of IBS is not known but is associated with food intolerance, stress, and gastroenteritis. Symptoms include abdominal pain, flatulence, bloating, and changes in bowel habits and are thought to be caused by muscle contractions in the bowel wall.
As one of the most glamorous and successful actresses in Hollywood and one half of super-couple "Brangelina", Angelina Jolie seems to have it all. But life hasn't always been so easy for the world's most seductive star.... She endured a painful, complicated childhood that left her relationship with her famous father, respected actor Jon Voight, in tatters. Even as she followed in his acting footsteps, it was always her passionate relationships with both men and women, her private fantasies, her numerous tattoos and her thoughts of suicide that garnered the most attention with the popular press.
Apart from being painful and embarrassing, Ulcerative Colitis can severely disrupt a sufferer's life. Part of the intestine becomes inflamed and develops ulcers leading to the colon becoming inflamed preventing water from being absorbed resulting in symptoms including intense diarrhoea, cramps, abdominal pain, illness, and most worryingly bowel incontinence. There are about 90,000 sufferers in the UK and this is the first book which focuses in Ulcerative Colitis alone.
Do you sometimes wish you could turn the clock back and relive past mistakes? Are you more worried about hurting others than living your own life? Guilt is common, but, using the principles of CBT, this book shows how it can be put to positive use. Whether it concerns sins of omission or sins of commission, this book demonstrates that you don’t always have to live up to unrealistically high expectations of yourself.
Many people take cider vinegar every day, because they find it can help with arthritis, joint pain, gout, diverticulitis and other troublesome complaints. This book explains how cider vinegar works, who can take it, and how to use the treatment at home. There is a quick reference for symptoms that need medical attention, what to expect, warnings for anyone who shouldn't use it and advice about maintaining effective change for a healthier lifestyle.
Haven't you ever wanted to take more control of your life? Wouldn't you be happier if you could be free of jealousy, anger and frustration? Emotional problems don't have to spoil your life, because you can get rid of the ideas which hold you back. This book will teach you how to understand your feelings, and you'll see that you don't have to feel bad about anything. Windy Dryden and Jack Gordon explain the rational approach, which will allow you to choose a better life and think yourself happy!
Everyone knows that the process of ageing is apparent externally, for example in wrinkles, thin skin and age lines; inevitably, it also affects us internally, leaving the body in a progressively fragile state. But what can we do to slow down this process? In this groundbreaking book, Dr. Nirdosh shows that ageing can be controlled and even reversed using her unique face and body programme, which surges anti-ageing hormones back into you and puts an out-of-control body back in control of itself.
One of the world’s leading theologians and biblical scholars introduces the prayer that Jesus gave us. ‘Our Father, who art in heaven …’ When he saw Jesus praying, one of his followers asked him to teach them how to pray. Jesus instructed them in the right words to use. When we say the words of the ‘Our Father’ we pray not only as Jesus taught us but also (in part) we pray in the same way Jesus himself prayed. We are bonded to him in prayer.
Long before the picturesque village of Little Marlow became a well-known location for filming episodes of popular television crime shows such as Inspector Morse, Miss Marple and Midsomer Murders, the tranquil Thameside hamlet was the site of a real-life murder that would have taxed the imagination of even the most inventive TV screenwriter.