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I have suffered from social anxiety for the last 25 years. I would like to use my experiences and knowledge to help other people to become anxiety free and have a good quality of life. This book is full of advice and tips for people of all ages. Read More

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One thing that did have a huge impact on my life was to change the language I used. Rather than say something was good, I changed it to say it was great. Rather than saying my day was okay, I changed it to say it was brilliant. Just by changing… Read More
"Finding Faces in the Clouds: A Jump-start to Joy" is filled with 366 short and simple daily moments as well as four seasonal checkpoints, to help ignite your joy and re-discover what it is that makes you smile. Agree or disagree, but open your mind to allow these thoughts to… Read More

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Along dark times comes a light of hope. Read More

Poem / Young Adult

April 09, 2014

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This poem is one that deals with the concept of Anxiety, Depression etc in young teens and dealing with the idea that if, when you're in the dark, you understand it's just a ride and to appreciate it, you'll understand that you're only in a tunnel for now and there's… Read More
Why do we get conned into believing that everyone else’s lives are so perfect? And better still, why do people feel the need to pretend like they are? We need to get better at acknowledging our hurt and realize that it is normal and human and inevitable and believe it… Read More
Written in the form of a memoir, Effie tells the story of how she and her brother, Vladimir, had become lost in the world; their wayward teenage years. Read More
A 22 year-old struggles with her self- conscious mind and tries to break free from herself. Read More
my book centers around the internal aspects of why people have trouble attaining things they want. i believe that success is not reached external but internally and once you have developed a successful internal self the external will fall into place. throughout my book i will examine key internal aspects… Read More
Coming of Age is a short spiritual tale about an old man who has lost touch with the world's beauty. He meets an opinionated young boy with the intent to deliver a life changing message. Read More

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‘Scribbles on the wall’ is a reflection on life through experiences, observations, mistakes, regrets and successes, provoking debate, fostering ideas and raising opinion on everyday happenings; from alcohol and drugs to sex and religion, health, friendship, travel, community, lifestyle, work, study and everything in between. Read More

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Just a free verse I wrote for my writing class. Read More
In this inspiring account life is seen as a series of serendipitous events that prove everything does happen for a reason. The Universe offers each of us unlimited opportunities to learn and grow. Unfortunately most of us are unable or unwilling to perceive this wealth of information available to us.… Read More
The nonfiction book entitled Never Fail: Success Strategies is now available from amazon.com Read More
Humans are forever looking for the truth everywhere; we’re very curious animals because we survive in Nature by knowing what is true or false and coping accordingly. How do we judge what is true or what is false? Read More
A general idea of how to attract that girl or young woman that makes you get nervous and sound at least 50 IQ points lower. Read More

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The King and Queen of Sedonia give their lives in order to spare their baby boy; the world's only hope. The baby boy grows up in the elvish city of Mistwood, where he acknowledges his destiny. Read More

Essay / True Confessions

February 28, 2012

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The essay is a work in progress on how I deal with being bipolar and how I deal with thoughts of hurting myself. So far it depicts only a short introduction and a meeting. Read More
Friends come and go, but you will never leave me. Read More
When Thomas Frye, a generally responsible businessman pulling paychecks to cover the gluttonous bounty of life's luxuries, attempts to escape an expensive heroin habit on a Cleveland-bound Greyhound, his summer declines into this true-life depiction of transcending addiction, exposing the sobering reality of social arrogance and the true degrading nature… Read More

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In the chaos of motherhood, wife and friend women easily "lose" themselves over time. The mental struggles of overcoming the caregiver and becoming an adult again. Learning to fail to find yourself. A healthy balance. Read More
This is a small piece of a story I've been writing and I'd like to get some feedback on it so I can know whether or not to continue writing it. Thanks Read More

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Now considered a classic self-help book, As a Man Thinketh's underlying premise is that noble thoughts make a noble person, lowly thoughts make a miserable person. In short: you are what you think. As a Man Thinketh is read by Brian Johnson, Philosopher and CEO of Zaadz, Inc. Read More

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Cinderella's Secret parallels the concepts of the Law of attraction with the fairytale Cinderella, as well as lessons from Angela's life, that helps to address the issues and struggles people face in their own lives. Read More
This book touches so many topics that the Author had to to add a work book on the inside of it. This book has political poetry-love-sexuality-abuse-bereavement and addictions. Read More
This book is a self help-poetry and non-fiction book written to empower and change the lives of the abused-unwanted and the abandoned. The Author passes on her survival story and how she has found forgiveness and healing in her very own writing. Read More

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This poem is to be interpreted in many ways. One interpretation that is most common: "Have faith. Especially in yourself." The poem conveys a persons feelings after losing somebody. Read More
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