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On Your Mark, Get Set, Grow!

by Lynda Madaras Paul Gilligan

Ready, Set, Grow! Young girls before the onset of puberty have a curiosity about their soon-to-be changing bodies that needs addressing in a simpler way than for their older sisters. In Madaras's proven, trust-worthy, friendly voice and style, this entirely new book now brings them the same kind of thoughtful, down-to-earth information--but at a reading and comprehension level that's just right for them. Responding throughout to real-life questions and observations from younger girls, Madaras explores the changes that are happening, or about to happen, to them, including: the development of breasts, body hair, and body fat; the changes in their reproductive organs, both inside and out; their first period and all the complex feelings surrounding it; the unwelcome appearance of acne and new body odors; and, perhaps most important, how to respect and celebrate their unique bodies, even when the outside world is not always so accepting.

One Bowl: A Guide to Eating for Body and Spirit

by Don Gerrard

A guide to eating for body and spirit.

The One-Day Way: Today Is All the Time You Need to Lose All the Weight You Want

by Chantel Hobbs

Lose All the Weight You Want, One Meal, One Pound, One Day At a Time! I've got great news for you: You are about to feel better and look better beginning today! Today is truly a new opportunity for you to reach your weight loss goals. No, you won't fit into your "skinny jeans" today, but I'm going to show you how each day will get you closer to that goal. Yesterday's mistakes are gone so let them go. You can't control tomorrow, so stop worrying about it. Today is your opportunity to lose weight, get strong, and look great. It won't happen overnight, but you can build a new life by changing your actions immediately and I'm here to show you how to make the changes that will create the new lifestyle you dream of: body, mind, and spirit. Best of all, you will start celebrating right away! Come on, my friend. Let's get started! By opening this book, I'll show you how to unlock every tool you need to lose weight and get fit --and stay that way for the rest of your life. Success can be yours, what are you waiting for? -ChantelFrom the Hardcover edition.

One Hundred Days: My Unexpected Journey from Doctor to Patient

by David Biro

It is a situation we all fear and none of us can imagine: a life-threatening diagnosis. But what if the person receiving the diagnosis--young, physically fit, poised for a bright future--is himself a doctor? At thirty-one David Biro has just completed his residency and joined his father's successful dermatology practice. Struck with a rare blood disease that eventually necessitates a bone marrow transplant, Biro relates with honesty and courage the story of his most transforming journey. He is forthright about the advantages that his status as a physician may have afforded him; and yet no such advantage can protect him from the anxiety and doubt brought on by his debilitating therapies. The pressures that Biro's wild "one hundred days" brings to bear on his heretofore well-established identity as a caregiver are enormous--as is the power of this riveting story of survival.

One Minute Of Praise: The Most Powerful Minute of Your Day

by Darlene Mccarty

An up-and-coming author and speaker shares powerful insights about the life-changing power that is released when we give God one minute of praise at a time, no matter what our circumstances may be.

One of Us: Conjoined Twins and the Future of Normal

by Alice Domurat Dreger

Must children born with socially challenging anatomies have their bodies changed because others cannot be expected to change their minds? One of Us views conjoined twinning and other "abnormalities" from the point of view of people living with such anatomies, and considers these issues within the larger historical context of anatomical politics. Anatomy matters, Alice Domurat Dreger tells us, because the senses we possess, the muscles we control, and the resources we require to keep our bodies alive limit and guide what we experience in any given context. Her deeply thought-provoking and compassionate work exposes the breadth and depth of that context-- the extent of the social frame upon which we construct the "normal." In doing so, the book calls into question assumptions about anatomy and normality, and transforms our understanding of how we are all intricately and inextricably joined.

The One Plan

by Cameron Alborzion

What if you could follow a program that, like in so many other books, helped you get results in only a couple of weeks? As with these other programs, you could lose weight, attract more beneficial relationships, and find a greater state of balance in very little time. But what if, on top of all that, the program helped you create not just a fast change, but a permanent one? What if you had a plan that has all the benefits of a short-term overhaul but with the guidance necessary to ensure that it's the last program you'll ever need? Over two thousand years ago, the Indian sage Patanjali compiled what we now know as The Yoga Sutras, a concise text that forms the basis of everything we know today about the philosophy of the yogic path. In The One Plan, Yogi Cameron lays out a fifty-two-week structure based on Patanjali's teachings as well as the ancient medical system of Ayurveda; it delivers the proven authenticity of an ancient path but has been adapted to take your life in the modern world into account. As a practical and accessible guide to help you improve your life, The One Plan will provide you with specific exercises and regimens for crafting an effective daily routine, tips and reminders for becoming truly grounded in that routine, real-life stories and inspiration, practical tools for responding to life's inevitable struggles and setbacks, and even a section on eating the Ayurveda way. By following the One Plan, you will live a life of health, balance, and purpose. Your commitment to the One Plan may last fifty-two weeks, but the changes you make will last a lifetime.

One Renegade Cell: How Cancer Begins

by Robert A. Weinberg

How cancer starts in a person...

One Small Step Can Change Your Life: The Kaizen Way

by Robert Maurer

Introducing the practical and inspirational guide to incorporating Kaizen and its powerful principles into one's daily life. Rooted in the two thousand-year-old wisdom of the Tao Te Ching--"The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step"--Kaizen is the art of making great and lasting change through small, steady increments. Kaizen is the tortoise versus the hare. Kaizen is the eleven Fortune 500 companies that significantly outperformed the market through moderate, step-by-step actions. Kaizen is losing weight not by a crash diet (which more often than not crashes) but by eating one bite less at each meal--then, a month later, eating two bites less. Kaizen is starting a life-changing exercise program by standing--just standing--on a treadmill for one minute a day. Written by an expert on Kaizen--Dr. Robert Maurer, a psychologist on the staff at the UCLA medical school who speaks and consults nationally--One Small Step is the gentle but potent way to effect change. Beginning by outlining the all-important role that fear plays in all types of change--and Kaizen's ability to circumvent it--Dr. Maurer then explains the 7 Small Steps: how to Think Small Thoughts, Take Small Actions, Solve Small Problems, and more. He shows how to perform mind sculpture--visualizing virtual change so that real change comes more naturally. Why small rewards motivate better than big rewards. How great discoveries are made by paying attention to the little details most of us overlook. Hundreds of examples of Kaizen at work grace the book, as well as quotes from W. Edwards Deming (who brought Kaizen to Japanese industry), Peter Drucker, coach John Wooden, and others.

One Word from God Can Change Your Health

by Kenneth Copeland Gloria Copeland

This book is a list of articles by various people including Kenneth and Gloria Copeland, Marty Copeland, Charles Capps and others. All of these articles have to do with healing.

The Only Diet Book You'll Ever Need

by Cyndi Targosz

D -iscouraged with the way you look? I -nterested in long-term results? E -xcited for the new and improved you? T -ime to get a move on! Tired of the roller-coaster ride called dieting ? You are not alone! Now, with nationally celebrated weight-loss expert Cyndi Targosz as your guide, you can say goodbye to fly-by-night fad diets, create a real plan for losing-and keeping off-the weight, and have a great time doing it! Complete with tips and tricks for curbing your cravings, personalizing your plan of attack, and embracing your new delicious life, you'll be on the track to a better you in no time. With Cyndi's Secrets' for success, you will learn how to: Find out the real reason you're overweight Adapt the new Food Pyramid to your nutritional needs Shop, cook, and dine (in or out) and stay on course Let Cyndi and her one-of-a-kind program refresh, inspire, and energize you. With The Only Diet Book You'll Ever Need, your new life starts today. What are you waiting for?

The Only Way Out

by Deborah Kent

Fourteen-year-old Shannon Thomas is horrified when she learns that she will have to endure another round of chemotherapy to treat her Hodgkin's disease. Then she overhears a girl in the doctor's waiting room talking about a woman in New Orleans who heals people by the laying on of hands. Shannon knows her parents would never consider such a treatment, but she is determined to give it a try. After making her plans in secret she slips away from home and embarks upon her journey. Along the way she has a series of adventures and makes some unexpected discoveries.

The Open-Focus Brain: Harnessing the Power of Attention to Heal Mind and Body

by Jim Robbins Les Fehmi

In this health book, Dr. Les Fehmi a pioneering researcher and clinician teams up with Jim Robbins, an award-winning science writer, to present a disarmingly simple idea: the way we pay attention in daily life plays a critical role in our health and well-being.

Opening Skinner's Box: Great Psychological Experiments of the Twentieth Century

by Lauren Slater

Through examples of experiments by some of psychology's innovative thinkers, Slater traces the evolution of the century's most pressing concerns-free will, authoritarianism, conformity, morality.

Opening Up: The Healing Power of Expressing Emotions

by James W. Pennebaker

Using original research, Dr. James Pennebaker presents astounding evidence for the health benefits of personal self-disclosure, offering sound advice on how each of us can confront and conquer buried turmoil and get on the road to good health.

Opposite Sides of the Bed: A Lively Guide to the Differences Between Women and Men

by Cris Evatt

Opposite Sides of the Bed, formerly titled He & She, explores the sociological, physiological, "and psychological differences between women and men, cites supporting studies, offers suggestions on how to cope and tells you where to go for further reading. Fascinating facts from the most up-to-date research on gender differences Sixty-eight percent of men like the way they look naked; only 22 percent of women do. Women smile more than men, especially when delivering bad news. Women use more adjectives such as wonderful, more diminutives such as cute and more euphemisms. Men are more sensitive to stress. One alcoholic drink for women has about the same effect as two for men. Women cry about five times as much as men; a male hormone may actually suppress tears.

Optimal Muscle Performance and Recovery

by Edmund Burke

Now in a revised and expanded second edition, Optimal Muscle Recovery is a valuable training guide-a must-have for serious endurance athletes or anyone looking to train harder and recover faster. Author Ed Burke is one of the country's leading exercise physiologists, having worked with professional athletes such as runner Frank Shorter and Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong. His recovery program, called the R4 System, is nothing short of revolutionary and has been touted as "breakthrough" research by leaders in athletics. New material includes recovery for the masters and strength athlete; the importance of sleep and nutrition in recovery; and the latest on supplements and sports drinks to aid in replenishment.

The Optimistic Child

by Martin E. P. Seligman Karen Reivich Lisa Jaycox Jane Gillham

The optimistic child : a proven program to safeguard children against depression and build lifelong resilience.

The Optimistic Child: A Proven Program to Safeguard Children Against Depression and Buildlifelong Resilience

by Martin E. Seligman

In The Optimistic Child, Dr. Martin E. P. Seligman offers parents, teachers, and coaches a well-validated program to prevent depression in children. In a thirty-year study, Seligman and his colleagues discovered the link between pessimism -- dwelling on the most catastrophic cause of any setback -- and depression. Seligman shows adults how to teach children the skills of optimism that can help them combat depression, achieve more on the playing field and at school, and improve their physical health.As Seligman states in his new afterword for this edition, "Teaching children optimism is more, I realized, than just correcting pessimism . . . It is the creation of a positive strength, a sunny but solid future-mindedness that can be deployed throughout life -- not only to fight depression and to come back from failure, but also to be the foundation of success and vitality."

Oral Caress: A Loving Guide to Exciting a Woman

by Robert W. Birch

A guide to performing cunnilingus.

The Oral Health Bible

by Michael P. Bonner DDS Earl L. Mindell Rph

Another health revolution has arrived, says Dr. Michael Bonner in his well-researched new book The Oral Health Bible, and there is no longer any separation between mouth medicine and body medicine. The mouth is completely connected to the body, he says, and is a doorway to achieving peak health and wellness in all the body's systems. This informative book contains an action plan for taking charge of our oral health and it educates us and our physicians and dentists by detailing how many debilitating health problems-conditions such as arteriosclerosis, heart attacks, strokes, rheumatoid arthritis, and premature and low-birth-weight babies-are intimately linked to oral health and hygiene. . Dr. Bonner emphasizes the importance of finding and treating periodontal (gum) disease because, untreated, it can lead to heart attacks and strokes. He sees more gum disease now than he did twenty-five years ago, he says, largely because of the increasing availability of harmful oral hygiene products on the market. Mouthwashes, for example, are generally considered trustworthy, but in reality, they are the cause of 36,000 cases of oral cancer a year. Moreover, 500 people are killed annually from alcohol ingestion related to mouthwashes. Dr. Bonner discusses safe, effective oral health techniques and products in order to reverse gum disease with its far-reaching negative consequences. He also outlines how nutritional supplements can help deliver potentially enormous benefits to oral, as well as overall, health. In 1910, the Mayo (clinic) brothers said, "A person with a healthy mouth will live ten years longer. "

The Organic Food Shopper's Guide: What You Need To Know To Select And Cook The Best Food On The Market

by Jeff Cox

Why Should You Choose Organic Foods? Organic food has never been more popular, and for good reason: it tastes better, it's more nutritious, and it's better for the environment. This handy guide shows you how to select the freshest, tastiest varieties and transform your organic groceries into memorable meals. You'll find guidance on what to look for when shopping, how to handle each food in the kitchen, and why, when foods are organic, they're so darn good for you. Here's everything you need to enjoy food that you can feel great about eating: * Profiles of more than 100 organic foods * Complete coverage of fruits, vegetables, nuts, herbs, dairy, eggs, meat, and more * At-a-glance advice on peak seasons, nutrition, good varieties, and what to look for * Detailed information on preparation, storage, complementary flavors, and kitchen uses * More than 100 tasty recipes and dozens of cooking tips.

Orgasmology

by Annamarie Jagose

For all its vaunted attention to sexuality, queer theory has had relatively little to say about sex, the material and psychic practices through which erotic gratification is sought. In Orgasmology, Annamarie Jagose takes orgasm as her queer scholarly object. From simultaneous to fake orgasms, from medical imaging to pornographic visualization, from impersonal sexual publics to domestic erotic intimacies, Jagose traces the career of orgasm across the twentieth century. <P> Along the way, she examines marriage manuals of the 1920s and 1930s, designed to teach heterosexual couples how to achieve simultaneous orgasms; provides a queer reading of behavioral modification practices of the 1960s and 1970s, aimed at transforming gay men into heterosexuals; and demonstrates how representations of orgasm have shaped ideas about sexuality and sexual identity. <P> A confident and often counterintuitive engagement with feminist and queer traditions of critical thought, Orgasmology affords fresh perspectives on not just sex, sexual orientation, and histories of sexuality, but also agency, ethics, intimacy, modernity, selfhood, and sociality. As modern subjects, we presume we already know everything there is to know about orgasm. This elegantly argued book suggests that orgasm still has plenty to teach us.

Orientation to Counseling

by J. Vincent Peterson Bernard Nisenholz

The field of counseling continues to become an increasingly significant part of the health industry of America. In late 1996, Congress passed a bill which helped to include mental health services with other health services. This bill legislatively formalized the tendency that was already sweeping the nation. And as counseling is gaining greater acceptance, larger numbers of people are choosing to enter this field. This book introduces the field and tenets of counseling and provides an up-to-date look at the current issues surrounding counseling. It also is tailored to the eight required categories for accreditation and licensure, content areas specified by the National Board for Certified Counselors. This book takes a personal approach to introducing readers to the field of counseling. Believing that human development is multi-sided, the authors recognize physical, cognitive-behavioral, social, emotional, and spiritual development. The book includes sections on stress management, career choices, responsibilities of counselors, learning counseling skills, theory and practice, and specific foundation areas like group, family, school and community. Also included throughout the text is a great attention to multicultural issues.

Orientation to the Counseling Profession: Advocacy, Ethics, and Essential Professional Foundations (Second Edition)

by Bradley T. Erford

Designed to orient counselors in training to the profession of counseling--regardless of their area of specialty--this comprehensive, current, and innovative guide covers the major tenets of the counseling profession including advocacy and multicultural counseling; licensure; professional associations; ethical/legal issues; consultation; supervision; outcomes research; and the counseling process, with diverse applications across the lifespan, settings, and specialties. Orientation to the Counseling Profession is precisely aligned with the 2009 CACREP standards, helping CACREP-accredited programs meet the standards and helping non-CACREP programs provide counselors in training with the most current professional training standards. Featured are unique Voices from the Field excerpts that give readers real-life, in-the-trenches practitioner perspectives.

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