“Who Will Accompany You?” by Meg Stafford

“Who Will Accompany You?” by Meg Stafford is a reflective take on the author’s “Mother-Daughter Journeys Far from Home and Close to the Heart.” Broken up into three sections, Meg (the mother), reflects on her journeys to foreign lands with her daughters, Kate and Gale, with the respective sections including the daughter’s point of view as well. … More “Who Will Accompany You?” by Meg Stafford

“Love’s Legacy: Viscount Chateaubriand and the Irish Girl” by Daniel Fallon

Daniel Fallon is professor emeritus of psychology at the University of Maryland and author of articles and books dealing with public policy, education, and cultural reforms. In his book “Love’s Legacy” he takes a step back from the world issues to take an up-close look into his family heritage. … More “Love’s Legacy: Viscount Chateaubriand and the Irish Girl” by Daniel Fallon

“Create Forever Teammates: How Connections and Relationships Are Winning Steps in Life and Sports” by Patrick Touhey

Create Forever Teammates is a refreshing blend of heart, intelligence, and passion, trumpeting core values, none more essential than the enduring impact of human connection. It is, more than anything, a community building work, a blueprint for how to build a culture, how we should see and conduct ourselves in relation to each other and how, working in concert, we can build better lives for us all. … More “Create Forever Teammates: How Connections and Relationships Are Winning Steps in Life and Sports” by Patrick Touhey

“Challenges of Special Children: An Alternative ‘How To’ Guide for Parents on Managing Their Child’s Behavior in a Natural, Loving Way” by Amelia Starlight

“Challenges of Special Children: An Alternative ‘How To’ Guide for Parents on Managing Their Child’s Behavior in a Natural, Loving Way,” is a solid and informative guide by Psychologist Amelia Starlight. Parenting, although a beautiful experience, is one of the most difficult jobs on the planet. For parents whose child’s needs are higher than the allistic child’s, parenting can be at times demanding, leaving parents frustrated and drained. … More “Challenges of Special Children: An Alternative ‘How To’ Guide for Parents on Managing Their Child’s Behavior in a Natural, Loving Way” by Amelia Starlight

“How to Divorce a Narcissist and Win” by Marie Sarantakis

“How to Divorce a Narcissist and Win,” by family law attorney and divorce coach Marie Sarantakis is a must read for someone who is trying to successfully navigate through the legal system while deal with a narcissist. Sarantakis begins this book by defining Narcissistic Personality Disorder and then going through the most common steps that the reader has likely been forced to deal with while married to one. … More “How to Divorce a Narcissist and Win” by Marie Sarantakis

“Prophecy of Love” by T. Satterfield

It’s winter solstice—the darkest day of the year—and Gabe is having a dreadful day. He has realized there’s a stain on his bedroom ceiling; his ex is standing him up again and he cracked his phone screen when hanging up on her after screaming at her in frustration. The big meeting at work has been moved up, and he’s spilled water all over. He realizes his pants don’t even match his jacket, and he’s sweaty and smelly with stress. Just as it looks like things can’t get any worse, he accidently slams a door into his boss’s nose. All he can think about is how he just wants to feel loved; he just wants to feel like he matters to somebody. Anybody. … More “Prophecy of Love” by T. Satterfield

“Real-Time Parenting: A Guide for Parents: Choose Your Action Steps for the Present Moment” by Amy Armstrong, Mary Funari and Beth Miller

Parenting kids on a daily basis can feel like it takes place in every dimension of time—past, present, and future—when all you really want is for it to be “real-time.” So, these three parenting experts presented “Real-Time Parenting.” Now, the term “experts” is usually used loosely, as a subjective term, especially when discussing the area of parenting. But reading through these pages will open your eyes as to why “experts” is the appropriate term to use for this specific book. … More “Real-Time Parenting: A Guide for Parents: Choose Your Action Steps for the Present Moment” by Amy Armstrong, Mary Funari and Beth Miller

“The Kickass Couple: 7 Secrets to Transform Your Relationship” by Dr. Gloria Lee

Dr. Lee shows readers a new layer of their relationship and helps readers to better understand the situation, starting with our earliest relationships with family, and going all the way through to our most intimate partnerships. Using the attraction theory to unravel the sticking points, she guides readers to becoming a kickass couple. … More “The Kickass Couple: 7 Secrets to Transform Your Relationship” by Dr. Gloria Lee