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Entries for January 2017


Body Beliefs – Women, Weight Loss, And Happiness by Jason Seib

After years of coaching frustrated, yo-yo dieting women with fat loss goals, Jason Seib has reached a firm conclusion: his job is about minds, not bodies. Poor body image, low confidence, self sabotage, perfectionism, extrinsic motivations, social comparison, a basic misunderstanding of what fat loss really is – these are just a few of the obstacles keeping so many women from achieving their goals and creating bodies they love to live in. Yes, he is a man, but few professionals of either gender could ever lay claim to as much passion and devotion as Seib has poured into Body Beliefs. You can have the body you want, but you’re focused on the wrong part of the problem and your perspective is keeping you from success. Change your beliefs so that you can change your body. Forever.

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The Hellfire Complex by Michael Ummarino

History has called them demi-gods, witches, sorcerers, and aberrations. Today, science calls them Genetians; humans born with seemingly supernatural abilities as much a part of their DNA as the color of their eyes. Since the dawn of time they have been here, helping to shape the course of humanity and living openly among them. Just because they have always existed, however, does not mean they have always been accepted. Tensions in the United States steadied until ten-year-old pyrokinetic Nathan DiSario obeyed his inner demon and assaulted his classmates. While the nation grappled with the implications, Nathan was quietly hidden away. Now, after years of suffering in foster homes and hospitals, America’s leading Genetian rights advocate is giving him an opportunity. The offer is simple: join the exclusive Hero’s Program at Adirondack University and be reintegrated into society as a reformed and productive member. No strings attached. A perfect offer, however, does not mean a perfect ending. While Nathan is eager to leave his past behind, he finds it not as simple for others, or himself, to forget. It is clear that Nathan cannot make the journey alone as classes refer to his assault, classmates hold grudges, and social situations prove to be challenging. Worse yet, the demon is whispering again, whispering of freedom and fire.

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Posted in: Self-Publishing