Tag: self-help books

  • Find Your Remedy : A Big List of Supplements Categorized by Their Use

    Find Your Remedy : A Big List of Supplements Categorized by Their Use

    Looking for a remedy to a problem? Check the big list, and you’ll find your solution! You’ll discover supplement suggestions with dosage recommendations for the following: Depression Anxiety Anger Fatigue Insomnia Memory Brain Fog Focus Motivation Anti-aging Blood Pressure Blood Sugar Cholesterol Chronic Pain Detox Digestion Hair Heart Hormones Immunity Kidneys Joint Pain Libido Liver […]

  • God’s Solution: Bible Verses and Prayers on Depression, Anxiety, and Anger

    God’s Solution: Bible Verses and Prayers on Depression, Anxiety, and Anger

    You may find peace and hope in Jesus when your days seem overwhelming and your life has you nervous and upset. With brief, passionate prayers based on Scripture, you’ll discover courage to come to God in all situations in this NEW devotional prayer book from the author of Things That Happened. God wants to have a dialogue with you in the form of prayer. Jesus Listens encourages you to pray every day, whether as your only prayer or as a springboard for your own prayers. Jesus Listens is perfect for everyone who… are experiencing difficulties and seeking relaxation and hope are pressed for time yet wish to improve their prayer life are unsure about how to pray years of prayer yet want a stronger connection with God

  • The Dopamine Book: How to Maximize Your Dopamine Levels Naturally

    The Dopamine Book: How to Maximize Your Dopamine Levels Naturally

    This book is all about pleasure. We’re living in a period of unparalleled availability to high-reward, high-dopamine stimuli: drugs, food, news, gambling, shopping, gaming, texting, sexting, Facebooking, Instagramming, YouTubing, tweeting… The increasing numbers, diversity, and potency is astonishing. Our smartphone is the contemporary hypodermic needle, giving digitized dopamine 24/7 for a networked generation. As such we’ve all grown prey to obsessive overconsumption. Keeping dopamine in balance is key to happiness and connection. That’s what this book will help you do.