Do you grab a pint of ice cream when you are having a bad day? Do you find yourself heading for the fridge whenever you are upset? Do you find your cookie jar empty in the morning after you binged on them the night before? Emotional eating is a common problem. In fact, emotional eating is a fairly normal human reaction. QUIT is a four step method to quit emotional eating.
A warm, witty and wise debut about the ups and downs of life as a TV presenterWhen Christie Lynch, journalist and single mother of two, appears as a guest on a daytime TV talk show, she could never have imagined that it would lead to a new career. Spotted by hugely successful talent agent, Julia Keen, Christie can't help but be impressed by Julia's charm and stellar client list.
Clayton Miller's life is a mess. His career as one of the country's best comedy script writers has stalled and his long term girlfriend has left him for his ex best friend and ex writing partner. Just when he thinks his life couldn't get any worse, he commits a spectacularly public fall from grace and with the press hounding him, his agent banishes him to the middle of nowhere until the dust has settled.
Have you turned to gambling more often than is socially acceptable? Have you become defensive about your gambling addiction? Are you draining your bank accounts to gamble even more? Then this audiobook is for you. Gambling is a popular activity. On the other hand, if you find yourself unable to manage your gambling after you feel any emotion, this is a problem. Fortunately, this is a problem that can be fixed.
In this penetrating study, Carl Brasseaux looks beyond long-standing mythology to provide a critical account of early Acadian culture in Louisiana and the reasons for its survival. He convincingly dispels many received notions about the routes Acadians traveled from Nova Scotia to Louisiana, their original settlement sites, and the patterns of their subsequent migrations within the state, and closely examines the relations of Louisiana's Acadians with their black, Spanish, Indian, and Creole neighbors.
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Do you for a drink all the time? Do you find yourself hung-over more often than not? Have you tried to stop drinking alcohol before but have not been successful? Then this book is for you. Heavy drinking is a common problem. In fact, drinking is a fairly normal activity for many people. On the other hand, if you find yourself unable to control yourself drinking after you feel any emotion, this is a problem. Fortunately, this is a problem that can be fixed. All it takes is a desire to stop drinking, learning about drinking and what causes it, understanding that you are the only one responsible for your drinking regardless of external influences, and an open mind to the ways to cease your drinking.
God goes to great lengths to rescue lost and hurting people, and that is what The Story is all about: the story of the Bible, God's great love affair with humanity. Filled with intrigue, drama, conflict, and redemption, this dramatized audio download of Chapter 28 - "New Beginnings" from The Story, NIV sweeps you into the stories, poems, and teachings of the Bible.
Meet Jules and Josh, the new twins in town! While Josh adapts quickly to Ambler, Jules accidentally makes an enemy of Maggie. Hoping a pet will help her feel better, Jules adopts the class rabbit, Chewie, but things go downhill when there are complications with Chewie's spay surgery. With Dr. Mac out on a call, it's up to Jules to work with Maggie to help the rabbit - and maybe even prove that she and Josh are worthy of becoming Vet Volunteers.
Camden Lane is three months away from her wedding to Preston Donnelly. From a rich family, she is expected to marry the handsome doctor and "make something of herself" after taking a year off after medical school. One fateful day, she decides to go with her friend, Natalie, into the north Georgia mountains to hike near a waterfall. This excursion will change her life forever. Sam Steele is a hard working farm owner who goes on his first date with Jenny to hike the falls. When tragedy strikes, his life will be changed forever too.
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Smoking is a common problem. Many people have turned to it over years for one reason or another. However, smoking has serious consequences for you, your health, and your quality of life. On top of that, society as a whole has begun to turn against smoking and many cities and states have banned smoking in the workplace and/or public places such as restaurants. Quitting smoking has become a necessary achievement if you want to live a healthy and full life in our society.
Everyone makes resolutions - for New Year's, for big birthdays, for new school years. In fact, most of us are so good at resolutions that we make the same ones year after year. They can be life-changing or really quite simple. Here are real stories from real people about their year-round resolutions to do with less. simplify and find new meaning in their lives, improve personal relationships, find more time for what's important, and many more practical, heartwarming, and humorous resolutions.
Rachel Yoder has been out-of-sorts ever since her best friend moved away. What will she do without her? When a new girl named Audra shows up at the Amish schoolhouse, Rachel soon finds herself with a sticky sandwich, a mud-spattered dress, a sore nose, and a rotten attitude. As things go from bad to worse, Rachel is in danger of losing more than one friend. Will she ever learn the value of forgiveness?
In this episode of BookD we talk to Fern Britton about her debut novel and her expectations of author life, especially, when writing for such a competitive book genre. Some alternative modern romantics include David Levithan, author of The Lover's Dictionary and why he thinks meeting online conjurs up similarities to the age old forgotten act of penmenship during the letter-writing era to a potential lover. Mr Darcy, Downton Abbey's Dan Stevens, and Tony Parsons are also thrown into the mix for this particular episode where the colour pink, men called Brad, and cheesy one-liners are strictly forbidden!
Link lost his wife, Sarah, and felt his life was over—and for a while, it seemed it was. When friends invite him for dinner he meets Chad, and begins to feel, and live again. Are these decidedly new, and quite different, feelings for real? Is Chad the one? And if so, could it be Link’s chance at A New Beginning?
In 1847, Marjory Turner struggles with the difficult journey west to the Oregon Territory, recording her feelings in her journal. On the cusp of womanhood, she is ill equipped to deal with the hardships after her father dies in an accident midway through the journey. The already-strained relationship with her mother grows worse as her mother's behavior becomes more mysteriously irrational and Marjory is forced to take on the responsibility of her much younger siblings. But the trials strengthen Marjory.
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Have you found yourself taking drugs more than at just social functions? Has your daily life been impacted by your drug use? Taking drugs is a problem. Many people have turned to them over years for one reason or another. However, taking drugs has serious consequences for you, your health and your quality of life. There will always be stress factors in the workplace or home. There will always be deadlines to meet and telephone calls to make. There will always be someone who will nag you for one thing or another.
Sophie Daniels quits the WAAF at the end of World War II with nowhere to go. She wanders around the country searching for a place where she can settle, living in bedsits and small guest houses in the meantime. Eventually she finds Badgers Brook, where she meets and befriends nine-year-old Bertie, neglected and running wild. The neighbours warm to her, the place is welcoming and she knows she has found her home. She becomes friendly with Ryan Treweather who helps search for Sophie's remaining relatives.
Tim Flannery is here to offer us a change of perspective. And he is here to inspire us. He invites us to consider again our place on earth, what it really means to be alive.Here on Earth is a revolutionary dual biography of the planet and of our species. Flannery reimagines the history of earth, from its earliest origins as a chaotic ball of elemental gases to the teeming landscape we currently call home. It is a remarkable story. How did life first emerge here? What forces have shaped it?