The deluxe eBook edition of the New York Times bestselling If You Feel Too Much includes video footage of To Write Love on Her Arms founder Jamie Tworkowski’s inspiring and honest talks from across the country, as well as a one on one interview with author and activist Kevin Breel. In 2006 Jamie Tworkowski wrote a story called “To Write Love on Her Arms” about helping a friend through her struggle with drug addiction, depression, and self-injury. The piece was so hauntingly beautiful that it quickly went viral, giving birth to a non-profit organization of the same name. Nine years later, To Write Love on Her Arms (TWLOHA) is an internationally-recognized leader in suicide prevention and a source of hope, encouragement, and resources for people worldwide. Jamie’s words have been shared hundreds of thousands of times online. They’ve shown up on T-shirts and posters and even tattoos. Now, for the first time, Jamie’s writing is available in the form of a book. If You Feel Too Much is a celebration of hope, wonder, and what it means to be human. From personal stories of struggling on days most people celebrate to offering words of strength and encouragement in moments of loss, the essays in this book invite readers to believe that it’s okay to admit to pain and it's okay to ask for help. If You Feel Too Much is an important book from one of this generation’s most important voices.
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The New York Times Bestseller In 2006 Jamie Tworkowski wrote a story called “To Write Love on Her Arms,” about helping a friend through her struggle with drug addiction, depression, and self-injury. The piece was so hauntingly beautiful that it quickly went viral, giving birth to a non-profit organization of the same name. Now, To Write Love on Her Arms (TWLOHA) is an internationally recognized leader in suicide prevention and a source of hope, encouragement, and support for people worldwide. If You Feel Too Much is a celebration of hope, wonder, and what it means to be human. From personal stories of struggling on days most people celebrate to words of strength and encouragement in moments of loss, the essays in this book invite readers to believe that it’s okay to admit to pain and okay to ask for help. If You Feel Too Much is an important book from one of this generation’s most important voices.
Here’s the truth: Other people’s drama is making you fat. You’re a good person. You feel for other people’s troubles and challenges. Heck, you’re probably the go-to person for a whole list of people when the going gets tough! But is your caring nature keeping you out of the best shape of your life? Break the cycle and be the loving person you are—without letting other people’s drama keep you from being a hot mamma! Weight Loss for People Who Feel Too Much focuses on the keys to weight loss for sensitive people. With a simple, practical program, bestselling author and internationally renowned intuitive counselor Colette Baron-Reid shows you how to release the extra pounds and create a new, healthy relationship with your body, your weight, and food. This 4-step, 8-week program will show you how to finally let go of what’s weighing you down, physically and emotionally. You will learn how to: • Reverse empathy overload and establish healthy boundaries • Avoid the “noisy” trigger foods that lead to autopilot eating • Deal with challenging situations and avoid your detours, from procrastination to perfectionism, that sabotage the success you deserve This book is your guide to having a new healthy, loving relationship with your food and your feelings. It’s the end to other people’s drama—and the beginning to the body (and life) you deserve!
Discover God’s wild freedom as you find your identity in Jesus with 100 devotions that will help you target and banish lies and insecurities. Jess Connolly and Hayley Morgan, bestselling authors of Wild and Free, walk you through the gift of truly knowing who you are in Christ in Always Enough, Never Too Much: 100 Devotions to Quit Comparing, Stop Hiding, and Start Living Wild and Free. We’ve all been there. We know that sneaking, small voice in our heads all too well—you’re too loud. Too quiet. Too young. Too old. Too unimportant. Too ugly. Too silly. Too serious. You’re not as successful as she is—look at her perfect family, look at her high-powered job, look at her great hair and size 4 skinny jeans. Why can’t you be more like her—be more in general? Why do you expect so much from everyone? Why can’t you take up less space? Ask for less? Be less? The lies track well-worn paths in our minds and our hearts, wearing us down and making us question our role in God’s kingdom. Jess Connolly and Hayley Morgan, founders of the Influence Network and bestselling authors of Wild and Free,reject those lies, and you can too with Always Enough, Never Too Much: 100 Devotions to Quit Comparing, Stop Hiding, and Start Living Wild and Free. Through the Scripture and the devotions, find the tools you need to claim the fullness of Jesus in your own life and soak in the encouragement of two girls who will never stop cheering you on! With a unique flip-book design, these 100 devotions are topical, so you can choose what you need most every time you open the pages. This book is designed for you, the woman who feels like she can be both too much and not enough—sometimes on the same day. Always Enough, Never Too Much is the daily marching orders after the anthem cry of Wild and Free. Join Jess and Hayley on a journey toward freedom with this beautiful new devotional.
Forget the complicated instructions and baffling techspeak found in other guides, The Quick-and-Easy Web Site gives you straightforward instruction on how to build a Web page that really delivers. It's simple. It's fast. And it's certain to take your small business to the next level. Written for the small-business owner on the go, this book gets your Web site up and running in just one day. It walks you through the five easy steps that will get your company the Internet attention it deserves. Learn how to: Purchase your domain name Write powerful Web content Design your page's layout Find a Web host Publish your site Once your new site goes active, you'll attract new customers in no time. This fast and effective guide puts you and your company where you belong-on the Web! Paula Peters is the owner of Peters Writing Services, Inc., a firm that specializes in writing and designing marketing materials, including Web sites. She has written marketing materials for a variety of Fortune 500 companies across the globe and has published more than 50 articles, essays, and stories. The author of The Ultimate Marketing Toolkit, Peters also has taught thousands of entrepreneurs, leaders, and managers over the past 12 years.
- Author : Iowa Pharmaceutical Association
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1890
- Genre : Uncategorized
- Pages : 231
- ISBN : WISC:89097439855
A Comparative Study of the Background Data Academic Achievement and the Persistence of Students Electing Business Teacher Education with Those in Other Subject Fields at Wisconsin State College Whitewater
- Author : Leon Paul Hermsen
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1963
- Genre : Business education
- Pages : 548
- ISBN : WISC:89010845139
Are you struggling with setting boundaries... or do you feel as though you aren't using your natural abilities? Are you buried under limiting beliefs at work or home? Do you feel stagnant, stuck in a rut, and surrounded by emotional vampires? Are you terrified of wasting your life without setting boundaries? If you keep doing what you've always done, you'll never learn to protect yourself from the world around you. Is this positive for you? Feeling Too Much: Highly Intuitive People, Setting Boundaries teaches you every step, including a plan for finally learning to set boundaries and release your powers. This is a book of action and doesn't just tell you to manage your life. Life rewards those who take matters into their own hands, and this book is where to start. Feeling Too Much is full of real-life examples of using your special gifts for good for people just like you as well as proven techniques of that have worked for other gifted people. These methods are backed up by life-changing experiences, all which will arm you with a mindset primed for success with powerful and concrete boundary setting techniques. Easy-to-implement small changes and practical takeaways for immediate action. What happens if you ignore your abilities? * Learn what problems intuitives can have. * Why should you care about your gifts? * How can you know for sure you are an intuitive * The consequences of ignoring vampires around you How will you learn to be free from the pressure? * Identify the source of your power * How other people help you * Tricks for handling toxic people * How to develop the new habit of saying no What happens when you don't let life pass you by? * Never wonder "what if" you could be free of your stress! * Wake up every day with high energy and desire to heal yourself and others * Inspire yourself and others to create the life they want. * Feel comfortable with your identity. Find out how to open up your gifts and take flight towards the intuitive life of your dream
In his eight years as president from 1945-1953, Harry S. Truman made some of the most important decisions in U.S. history, particularly in foreign policy matters. This book contains transcripts of conversations with Truman from taped interviews in 1959. The probing questions and straightforward answers cover a wide variety of domestic and foreign policy issues ranging from civil rights in the South to using the atomic bomb on Japan. This book provides a vivid portrait of Truman, 'warts and all.' Through his answers to questions, the threads of his political loyalty, bluntness, frustration, decency, thrift, humanity, and humor become a tapestry of his presidential character. His intense pride and manner surface especially as he explains bitter political and domestic controversies, as well as foreign policy decisions. These interviews reveal Truman's bedrock foundation of deeply held political beliefs as he gives thoughtful answers to queries about major political issues. In addition, he discusses American presidential history; Congressmen such as Sam Rayburn and Lyndon Johnson; Supreme Court Justices; and dozens of other well-known political leaders, including Dwight D. Eisenhower, Adlai Stevenson, and John F. Kennedy. In similar fashion, he describes numerous foreign leaders, including Joseph Stalin, Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, Winston Churchill, and Chiang Kai-Shek. Evident as well is his firm loyalty to the United States, his family, his friends, and the Democratic Party. Truman also divulges some of his personal dislikes, particularly of political opponents such as Richard M. Nixon and, for over a decade after 1952, Dwight D. Eisenhower. However, his personal resentments are more than matched by his fair-minded judgments of former President Herbert Hoover, American farmers, laborers, and racial groups. Discovered by Ralph Weber at the Harry S. Truman Presidential Library, the interviews were originally to be used as background for Truman's book, Mr. Citizen (
- Author : Milton Edwin Hahn
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1942
- Genre : Interest (Psychology)
- Pages : 129
- ISBN : MINN:319510019738615
- Author : Jim Claitor
- Publisher : M2e Press
- Release Date : 2006-02
- Genre : Time management
- Pages : 152
- ISBN : 097762000X
If time is money ? how much of either are you spending on what is really important to you?! Work is important. Very important. But so is your outside life. Imagine feeling good about yourself every day because you were able to make meaningful contributions to all that is important in your life?including yourself. The fast pace of our times makes feeling overwhelmed and overcommitted the norm. Build the Life You Want AND Still Have Time to Enjoy It! will help you to break the cycle once and for all! This entertaining and practical book is a quick read that provides simple yet powerful solutions that can be applied immediately. What's more, this book shows you how to examine your work style so that you can choose the approaches you want to use?and will use?to revolutionize not only the way you do things, but also the way you look at them. Knowing the secrets in this book, you will gain control over your work and life.
Conversations with Edmund White brings together twenty-one interviews with an author known for chronicling gay culture. Ranging from a 1982 discussion of his early works to a new and unpublished interview conducted in 2016, these interviews highlight White's predilections, his major achievements, and the pivotal moments of his long, varied career. Since the 1973 publication of his first novel, Forgetting Elena, Edmund White (b. 1940) has become a major figure in literature and gay culture. White is, however, more than just a celebrated gay writer. He is an international man of letters, and his work crosses several genres. White's fiction includes an autobiographical trilogy: A Boy's Own Story, The Beautiful Room Is Empty, and The Farewell Symphony"along with more recent novels such as Jack Holmes and His Friend and Our Young Man. White's love of French literature and culture is evident in biographies of Jean Genet, Marcel Proust, and Arthur Rimbaud, and his antipathy to American Puritanism suffuses his collected essays and memoirs and is on full display in two early nonfiction works that helped define the era of gay liberation: The Joy of Gay Sex, coauthored with Charles Silverstein, and States of Desire: Travels in Gay America. A professor of creative writing at Princeton University, White has earned many distinctions, including the National Book Critics Circle Award and the Lambda Literary Foundation's Pioneer Award. White has been a generous interviewer, sharing his time and insights not only with major publications such as the Paris Review, but also with smaller online publications for more limited audiences. A lively commentator, White has never been afraid to speak his mind, even when the result has been public feuds with literary peers on both sides of the Atlantic.