Psychology

January 6, 2019

Self Help for Teens

"Self Help for Teens: Confidence, Assertiveness and Self-Esteem Training (3 in 1)" by Maria van Noord

Simple and Proven Techniques to Become Your Confident Self (for Boys and Girls) [fancy_link title="Play Sample" link="https://samples.audible.com/bk/acx0/135970/bk_acx0_135970_sample.mp3" target="_blank" style="1" class=""] Are you insecure? Do you have a lot of doubts? Do you avoid speaking in a big group of friends? If you answered ´yes´ to two of the three questions above, then you might suffer from a low self-esteem or a low confidence level.  You have come to the right place. A lot of famous people, like Lady Gaga and Mark Zuckerberg, were once shy and insecure. But they have learned how to change the way they see and think about themselves. They have worked on their self-esteem and confidence. You can do the same. You just need some help. If you know which techniques and methods you can use to train how you see yourself, increasing your self-esteem and increasing your confidence becomes easier. Here´s just a tiny fraction of what you´ll discover in self help for teens:
  • The number one thing to avoid if you want to build up your confidence level
  • Three NLP techniques that you help you increase your confidence so you can go to school comfortably
  • How you can change your negative thoughts into positive thoughts so you will doubt less
  • How to boost you assertiveness in only two minutes
  • Tips on how to show confidence
  • An effective method you can use when you are bullied
  • The obvious and not so obvious benefits of being confident
  • How to develop a confident mindset
  • Exercises to discover the real you
  • How you can avoid panic attacks
  • What the ‘percolator effect’ means and what you should do to avoid it
  • And much, much more
Take a second to imagine how you’ll feel once you feel confident and how your family and friends will react when they see the new you.

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December 8, 2018

Single, Pitiful and Unlovable…Yeah Right!

"Single, Pitiful and Unlovable...Yeah Right!" by Jamie M. Sorenson

| Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube | Join Sarah along with her rescued pets as she does deep soul-searching to understand her journey through life. She has a great deal to figure out as she learns and grows through several failed relationships. She has amazing times as well as devastating lows, with unexpected betrayals from those closest to her, yet others love her more than she could have imagined. She is always learning, growing and refining her character as she is becoming the person she is meant to be while discovering her greatest purpose. In addition to being an amazing story, it is filled with no-nonsense relationship advice that we all need. A portion of the earning from the sale of Single, Pitiful, and Unlovable…Yeah Right! will be donated to animal rescue and rehabilitation.

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August 9, 2018

Who Hacked Your Brain?

"Who Hacked Your Brain?" by Anthony Kay Odole

Until recently, the idea that our brain can be hacked just as easily as a hacker would hack your computer and take control was strange and absurd. But with all the issues going on around us - terrorist committing unbelievable atrocities, religious fundamentalist wreaking havoc of unimaginable proportions, normal people acting in ways completely inconsistent with their established character, and even you, doing things that sometimes make you wonder -- it is time we take a closer look at the large white mass of grey matter, otherwise known as brain, that we each carry around.  In this book, you will discover the various the loopholes in the human brain (yours and mine) ...loopholes that can be hacked and hijacked by knowledgeable hackers; like how computer hackers can hack, hijack, and take total control of your computer -- and make your computer do whatever they want -- these hackers, when at their best, can make a "normal" person act in ways that make the rest of us wonder “how did that happen?”

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