Parenting & Relationships

May 26, 2018

Effective Communication

"Effective Communication: Beginner's Guide" by Richard Hawkins

All of us communicate.  Whether it is with our family, friends or colleagues at the work, communication is something that all of us do as second nature. But whether we communicate effectively or not, well, that is something entirely different altogether. And yes, there is a difference between communicating and being and communicating EFFECTIVELY.  Great communication skills can make a world of difference. When you are able to communicate effectively, you’ll find that people understand you a lot better, you are able to build connections a lot easier and more opportunities start to happen to you at work because people are impressed by how well you can present yourself, your thoughts and ideas. 

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May 24, 2018

Online Dating Secrets

"Online Dating Secrets: The 6 Step Winning Strategy for Men" by J Riley

(A Step-by-Step Guide + Examples) When author J Riley first tried online dating, he found it almost impossible to get women to speak with him. After failing repeatedly, he set out to study, test and figure out how to succeed. What he discovered was beyond what he expected. After studying hundreds of interactions, he developed a specific strategy to approach successfully and build attraction through interacting online. J’s 6 step strategy removes the need to guess how to succeed at online dating and includes interactions analysed step-by-step. Here are some of the key things you’ll learn in this book: +The rules nobody tells you about + How to craft a winning profile + How to start conversations + Advanced tactics

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May 20, 2018

UNWIFEABLE

"UNWIFEABLE" by  Mandy Stadtmiller

| Author | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | "Sex and the City" on acid, the author of the iconic series Candace Bushnell calls this outrageously entertaining memoir from popular real-life Carrie Bradshaw Mandy Stadtmiller "hilarious" and it's easy to see why. With unbelievable, tell-all stories about drug-addled, celebrity-filled nights, this is a story where despite doing everything wrong to find love, it's still possible to find Mr. Right. From the popular, “candid and bold, tender and tough” (Cheryl Strayed) dating columnist for New York magazine and the New York Post comes a whirlwind and “gutsy” (Courtney Love) memoir recounting countless failed romances and blackout nights, told with Mandy Stadtmiller’s unflinching candor and brilliant wit.

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May 14, 2018

SURVIVING TOXIC IN-LAWS

" SURVIVING TOXIC IN-LAWS" by Miriam Davids

| Website | Facebook | Ever wonder why most people around the world don’t get along with their in-laws? Is it all about the adage that has been in existence for ages – “When you marry someone, you do not marry the individual. Instead, you marry the person’s entire family”? If so, should this give some in-laws the right to be cruel and nasty to new members of the family?  This book introduces readers to simple ways they can recognize, handle and survive toxic in-laws while protecting their marriage. Surviving Toxic In-Laws is a couple’s guide to building and creating a more united front as a couple. Written for all couples, married or not, that desire to uproot any ounce of toxicity sprouting from their in-laws. Written for couples currently under the wrath of toxic in-laws and are eager to acquire ways on how to cope with toxic in-laws; gain tips on how to counter their toxic in-laws’ evil actions with wits about them, especially if they want their marriage to survive against all the odds. This book gives readers: -Practical insights on how to deal with the toxic parent in laws. -Everyday steps for handling overt controllers, manipulators, and narcissists  -Tips to tackle different issues.

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