A unique book, which addresses a calamity many men face, was written by the Northwest Author, Michael Louis Eads: A Man's Feelings, Finding Closure After Divorce.
Divorce, a word synonymous with failure, disappointment and heartache; any man who loved his wife and went through divorce feels the stigma and loss. The courts use these words: dissolution, irretrievable and broken. These heartless terms create turmoil to a man going through divorce.
"Great book for men who are struggling"
After Divorce, What to Do, What Not to Do is for men and women transitioning from separation and divorce into a new life. There are countless books that claim they can walk you through the divorce process step-by-step, from beginning to end. Everything from custody battles to division of property is discussed in these books, but few offer advice for the emotional side of divorce. And for those of you that believe the psychology of divorce should be left to the psychologists.
Was the Civil War the greatest war in American history, or was it the biggest mistake in American history? Was the blood of more than one million men spilled over countless battlefields necessary to get rid of slavery? Was the country we called free for everyone just an idea? Was a nation born and then destroyed because of an institution that was nothing more than peculiar? Does the flag of a dead country that still flies over courthouses in the South speak for a nation?
The Boys of East Precinct is a true story of police harassment and cover-up. It also empowers innocent citizens to protect themselves against out-of-control police officers whose only agenda is to use physical and sometimes deadly force stemming from emotion and anger.
"Oh, for different narration!"
Why don't New Year's resolutions work? The answer is simple; at the very best New Year's resolutions are weak attempts at perpetuating the status quo year after year. Is it any wonder why so many people fail at their resolutions? It doesn't have to be that way. No New Year's Resolutions will help you establish realistic goals that you could start on right away.
It was the spring of 2010. Steve Jobs had come to terms with his illness and fate. Instead of succumbing to it, he embraced it. He assembled the greatest scientific minds of our time into a group he affectionately called The Super Seven.
In the fall of 1969, three brothers, Adam, Carl and Mark, venture out on Halloween night in what would be their last time trick-or-treating together. On the most sacred of all nights, these brothers will try almost anything in their relentless pursuit to acquire as much candy as they can during the Super Bowl of sugar bliss, Halloween. The oldest brother (Adam) creates a plan of attack that will allow them to retrieve the maximum amount of candy in the shortest period of time.
Lou is a gentle human in an inhumane world. A re-occurring vivid dream of riding on a vast meteor speeding toward earth has him convinced that it is the end of all things known. Meanwhile, An Angry Mother Earth has already used her collective wisdom to preserve her destiny.
Mark is the new kid at school who is ridiculed for his Midwestern tone and pants that are so short, the kids say he must be waiting for a flood. The only thing he knows for sure is that he hates everything about his life. Then, one morning a few days before Christmas, he notices a rectangular shaped box under the Christmas tree. He starts to feel better knowing soon he will have something to help him escape reality. Christmas morning finally arrives and Mark methodically puts together The Train Set piece by piece.
The Universe I Dreamed is how one man spoke to God in a dream. God responded with a simple message: Human beings ought to do everything they can to help one another. The final word of God is not about vengeance or judgment. Rather, it is about light, love, warmth, and forgiveness. To understand the reason why you were born you must first understand why God was born. The delicate balance between the universe and God was set into motion at the moment of creation. Did the universe create God or was it the other way around?
On February 29th in a leap year, Mitch Lucas shook hands with destiny. An extra one quarter day left over each year that added up to one day out of every four. A day mankind needed to balance the books after he discovered the passage of time.
A Killing At The Rock exposes all the human elements of fear and desperation. It is where one man's obsession to kill another man causes each man to fight for their lives. To make matters worse, the chase happens in a cold, murky lake where almost anything can go wrong. And depending on what side you're on, the fine line between what's right and wrong can be distorted. Especially when justice has no eyes and the innocent are invisible.
Mark was born on the third of July. He grew up believing his birthday had no meaning other than the day he was born. At the end of the school year in the fifth grade, his strict but fair teacher, Mr. Herzog, tells Mark about a great battle that happened on his birthday. His teacher called it, "The defining moment in American history." Mark celebrates his eleventh birthday followed by America's independence in none other than Independence, Missouri.