FEAR A HEALTHY EMOTION IF WELL MANAGED
by J. Ibeh Agbanyim
Fear is powerful, and it has a presence in whatever we do in life – whether that is passing our exams, keeping peace in our homes, or simply adjusting to the constantly changing world. In FEAR, author J. Ibeh Agbanyim offers a guidebook that portrays fear as a healthy emotion- as long as it is well managed.
Demosstrating practical ways that fear can work in our favor instead of working against us, Agbanyim focuses on the importance of using fear as a healthy emotiong to achieve goals on a daily basis. He discusses techniques for believing in constructive fear, evaluating the quality of fear, adjusting to the conditions of life, and entertaining the notion that even Jesus feared.
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by Liz Czukas
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by Marion G. Harmon
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The Wearing the Cape books are a series of stories that take place in a world that was our own until the advent of superheroes.
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JUST THE FAQ’S ABOUT ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE
by Dan Baldwin & George Sewell
Dan Baldwin & George Sewell’s JUST THE FAQ’S ABOUT ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE is a reader-friendly journey through the perplexing world of drug abuse and its more sinister cousin, chemical dependency. The “War on Drugs” has be waged for a generation through laws, school programs, social movements, and law enforcement. The drug prug problem has raised a host of basic questions from people who aren’t in the trenches, so to speak. These “Frequently Asked Questions” have been posed to the authors for more than twenty years and are addressed in this lively survey of the drug problem. The book is a handy guide for readers who wonder what drug abuse is all about. The authors use a dash of history, a measure of tales, and a heaping cup of facts to assist the reader in understanding the confusing dynamics of drug abuse and addiction. Whether you realize it or not, you are involved in the war on drugs. Here’s how to know the enemy. It can be found at americastarbooks.net and Amazon.com.
Taken from THE WRITE WORD, the newsletter of The Society of Southwestern Authors June/July 2014