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  • Stuttering & Anxiety Self-Cures: What 100+ Pws Taught Me | Lee G Lovett

    Stuttering & Anxiety Self-Cures: What 100+ Pws Taught Me

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    • By Lee G Lovett
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    Stuttering & Anxiety Self-Cures is believed to be unique in that it offers concrete, step-by-step methods to self-cure stuttering, a disease that many doctors and speech therapists have characterized as incurable - all written by an author who has self-cured and has helped (and is helping) others self-cure. This second edition provides a very real, living, breathing, human story of the author's 25-year battle to overcome stuttering.

    Kat says: "Very insightful, positive and entertaining "
  • The Watergate Rhymes: The Entire Watergate Story | Lee G. Lovett

    The Watergate Rhymes: The Entire Watergate Story

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    • By Lee G. Lovett
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    The Watergate Rhymes aims to educate, reflect, and learn from that consumptive scandal, while using satire to see the humor in the human frailties of that maligned administration - and in ourselves, all with the perspective and understanding that only precious time enables.

    DEAN says: "History and Humor-A Great Combination!"
  • Happiness in Seven Steps | Lee G. Lovett

    Happiness in Seven Steps

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    • By Lee G. Lovett
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    Happiness is the goal of human life; yet, many of us (if we be truthful to ourselves) are unhappy a significant part of the time, or we’re simply "numb" to happiness, a form of quiet armistice or acquiescence, drifting between happiness and sadness, back and forth, in a form of Happiness neutral zone – or worse. In sum, we more or less accept our "blah-feelings" as "life"? This is unnecessary.

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