Robert Kowalski's personal story is legendary. By the age of forty-one, he had suffered a heart attack and had undergone two coronary bypass surgeries. A traditional dietary approach to lowering his cholesterol failed dismally, and faced with the unpleasant alternative of a lifetime on medication, he created a program that proved astonishingly effective for him -- and legions of others worldwide who use it.
Extends the benefits of the effective 8-week cholestrol cure program with more than 200 wonderful, original, and flavorful new recipes - all using the special ingredients that actively lower cholesterol levels.
Interesting story that could have been written in a feature length magazine article and included all the important information. I felt the author stretched his material to make it book length. There was a lot of conjecture of what might have been going through someone's mind plus lengthy detailing of scenery, settings, body types, etc that seemed like the writer was using it just for filler. Easy to read in a few hours time, I found myself skipping ahead to find out the next essential piece of the story.
The family just got a little stranger. They're simply the weirdest, wildest, most unusual family ever. They live ina world that is certain to delight people of all ages, where mother, Morticia, prefers roses with the blooms cut off. And father, Gomez, challenges Thing to the occasional Indian wrestle. Then come the children, Wednesday and Pugsley, happily at play in the family graveyard, orgleefully delighted with their Uncel Fester's talent for turning on light bulbs with his mouth. And now, the baby, Pubert, spitting fire and making it awfully difficult for mom to find the perfect babysitter.
This upbeat guide to a lasting, harmonious marriage is filled with advice from the Littauers. From newlyweds to golden anniversary veterans, this book will offer valuable insights to nurture a loving union!
To fully understand the humor of this book, you have to be familiar with the references he makes. This book was written in the early 90s, so you need to be familiar with the first George Bush and Dan Qualye, as well as the headlines from that time.
No matter how old you are, your relationship with your father-whether it was wonderful or painful-has had an impact on the person you are today. Your relationship with men, your career and your feelings about yourself have all been shaped by your father - whether you realize it or not. Now, with the help of noted marriage and family counselor H. Norman Wright, you can begin to understand how your father affected your emotions and behavior.
The short story is a literary form with immense versatility. The literary richness of the genre is reflected in the breadth and versatility of the writing chosen for this volume. Here is a selection from the work of some of the best nineteenth and early twentieth century American aurhors, including such consummate storytellers as Mark Twain and Henry James, as well as their distinguished but lesser-known compatriots.
As a child-welfare worker some 30 years ago, I wondered if things had changed much since my days of working in foster care and protective services to children. The truth is...not much, just updated technology.
I placed many children in foster care,many times on an emergency basis, and this book helped me understand what the experience was like for the people into whose homes I placed children.
Very interesting reading of a story that needs to be told.
From the groundbreaker in preventive medicine and father of the worldwide aerobics movement, Dr. Cooper takes the latest scientific antioxidant search from around the world and brings you a simple four step life plan that will revolutionize your health. It's the simplest plan yet to build you own personal defense system for a longer, healthier life!
Interesting and good reading. This is a timeless guide to the principles which undergird a healthy marriage. The ability to see a problem or a situation from your spouse's perspective is what makes Dr. Osborne's book so helpful.
Jezebel and Delilah have plenty to teach contemporary Christian women, according to Bad Girls of the Bible and What We Can Learn from Them. In this self-help book, Liz Curtis Higgs tells fictionalized, contemporary stories based on the lives of biblical characters including Eve, Potiphar's Wife, and the Woman at the Well. In verse-by-verse commentary, Higgs summarizes each life's lessons and provides a list of questions for personal consideration or group discussion.
I just finished a women's Bible study utilizing this book and it was very enjoyable and I learned a lot about the women featured.
Since his parents were killed by a drunk driver five years ago, Bailey Salinger has had to learn to take care of his siblings and himself. Sometimes it feels like so much has changed that nobody quite get itnot his familyCharlie, Julia, Claudia, and Owenor even his girlfriend, Sarah. That's why he need a place where he can think through, let his true emotions out, and just be himself.
He opens up about falling in lovewith Kate, Jill, Sarah, and Annieand reveals his intimate experiences with sex. He talks about collegeliving on his own, wrestling, classes, and partying. Here is Bailey is completely honest about his drinking and about the car accident that almost killed Sarah. In his journal he can write about the tough times his family has gone through, and more than anything he remembers the good times and focuses on holding everyone together, because through it all that's what matters most.