Wellness stories, books, poems, and more

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Do you actually know what is wellness? Find out in this article. Read More

Tags: life, health, wellness

Discover your innate hidden truth without the conditioned influence of family, society, culture, religion, politics or any other structure that forces a belief system out of line with your inner knowingness. Through the process of self-observation, self-discovery and questioning the world around you, you will learn how to: • Control… Read More
Venting and Talking is a healing. "Releasing your truths shall set you free." Release and forgive, & be more well. Read More
Accept the question of ‘change’ and let the magic and marvel unravel. The question of change is the key, which opens the doors of life-living wellness and personal excellence. The book is about unleashing your potential by simply unlocking the consciousness. Won’t you open the doors, if someone knocks to… Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

Some books are like sleeper cells--they slide into our life quietly, without any hype or hoopla, without grand promises or proclaiming a direct line to God, and the content is so self-evident that until we actually take notice and activate the understanding, the messages go relatively unnoticed. This is such… Read More
AGAINST THE ODDS: A woman of virtues with a Man of Vices: Is an article written by Missy for women who are in love-relationships with a man of self destructive habits. Very informational and cautiously written by the Author. Read More
A glance at Missy's Professional Career in Psychology and Medical field. Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

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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The Booksie Classic House

A fanciful, lyrical, rhyming and rhythmic poem which spoofs a well known Christmas carol and, at the same time, delivers to children the message to not smoke tobacco. Or anything else for that matter. Enjoy. Intended for all to enjoy and for parents to read to their children. Read More
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