Coconut Oil for Skin Care and Hair Loss A Brief History Kinds of Coconut Oil The Processes and Why It's Important for You to Know Coconut Oil for Skin Care Coconut Oil for Healthy Hair Other Beauty Tricks Much, much more! Oil Pulling: The Oil Pulling Therapy "Health Craze" So What Does Oil Pulling Really Do to You? Because Oral Health Matters Getting It On With the Oil Pulling Habit More Oil Pulling Considerations Much, much more! Healing Babies and Children With Aromatherapy Introducing Babies to Aromatherapy Baby Massage Oils Essential Oils for Bath time Essential Oils for Skin Healing Essential Oils for Inhalation and Room Diffusion Essential Oils for Tantrums Essential Oils for Coughs, Colds, and Flu Essential Oils for Other Ailments and Health Purposes Much, much more! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Millian Quinteros. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/031397/bk_acx0_031397_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Marni pulls...pulls her hair, that is.Unable to deal with the mounting stress at home, in school, and with friends, Marni's compulsion to pluck out her eyebrows, eyelashes, even the hair from the top of her head, helped her to quiet her mind and escape the pressures of the world around her.Marni first began pulling the summer just before entering high school, and she was immediately hooked. Unfortunately, by the time she discovered that her habit was an actual disorder - trichotillomania or "trich" - it was way too late. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Katherine Kellgren. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/001369/bk_adbl_001369_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Goober McGee has a bad habit. He eats his boogers! His older brother, Sludge, warns him that he could come down with a case of Boogeritis. Goober thinks Sludge is pulling his leg. Then one day, he wakes up, and he's green - everywhere! Goober begins to panic. Was Sludge really right? Will he have to go to school like this? How does he get rid of it? In the process of getting well again, Goober learns to try new foods, becomes a role model for his peers, and, most importantly, promises to never eat his boogers again. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Triya Leong. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/137762/bk_acx0_137762_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Best-selling author and teacher Casey Watson shares the horrifying true story of Kiera Bentley, a 12-year-old girl with a deeply shocking secret she's too young to even understand. When Casey first meets Kiera, a small, slight girl who's just lashed out at a fellow pupil in assembly, she immediately senses something's wrong. Something in Kiera's eyes alerts Casey that this is an "old head on young shoulders", and with Kiera's constant tiredness and self-soothing habit of pulling her hair out, she follows her instinct and takes Kiera under her wing. At first the answer seems simple enough: Kiera's parents aren't together, and they don't get on, which makes life hard for Kiera, as she's so close to her dad. But as the weeks roll on, Casey begins to understand that there's something much darker going on behind closed doors. And when she finally learns the truth, she's terrified she won't be able to save Kiera from it. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kate Lock. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/hcuk/002082/bk_hcuk_002082_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Want to stay competitive? Keep evolving. Solid profits, a strong brand, steady customers - all of these can vanish when market shifts disrupt business as usual. So how do you keep from losing ground? How do you stay a step ahead of competitors? The solution is surprisingly straightforward: innovate tweak by tweak. By making incremental adjustments to every aspect of the business - marketing, customer service, finances, products, people - then repeating the process, fixing weaknesses and spotting opportunities becomes a winning habit. Entrepreneur Susan Solovic, an expert in business survival tactics, explains how to continually grow, improve, and move the business forward. With hundreds of strategies, examples, and a six-step process, The One-Percent Edge explains how to: Put energy into profitable areas and trim dead weight Raise prices by selling value instead of things Access new markets by adapting products or services Hire the right team players Turn customers into brand ambassadors Find your own niche and avoid imitating And more When change happens swiftly and often, even successful brands are vulnerable. Businesses with the edge are constantly evolving...and pulling ahead of the pack. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Cassandra Campbell. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/brll/009877/bk_brll_009877_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Trichotillomania (TTM, also known as trichotillosis, or more commonly as trich) is defined as "hair loss from a patient''s repetitive self-pulling of hair" and is characterized by the repeated urge to pull out scalp hair, eyelashes, facial hair, nose hair, pubic hair, eyebrows or other body hair, sometimes resulting in noticeable bald atches.Trichotillomania is classified in the Diagnostic andStatistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV) as an impulse control disorder, but there are questions about how it should be classified. It may seem, at times, to resemble a habit, an addiction, a tic disorder or an obsessive compulsive disorder.The disorder "leads to noticeable hair loss, distress, and social or functional impairment", and is "often chronic and difficult to treat".
In the vein of The Creative Habit and The Artist's Way, a manifesto on the creative process from a master of the impossible.Since well before his epic (and illegal) 1974 walk between the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center, Philippe Petit had become an artist who answered first to the demands of his craft-and not just on the high wire, but also as a magician, street juggler, visual artist, builder, and writer. He was a rebel and an autodidact, cultivating the attitudes, resources, and techniques to tackle even seemingly impossible feats. His outlaw sensibility spawned a unique approach to the creative process-an approach he shares, with characteristic enthusiasm, irreverence, and originality, in Creativity: The Perfect Crime.With the reader as his accomplice, Petit reveals fresh and unconventional ways of going about the artistic endeavor, from generating and shaping ideas to practicing, problem-solving, and ultimately pulling off the "coup" itself-executing a finished work. His strategies and insights will resonate with performers of every stripe (actors, musicians, dancers), practitioners of the non-performing arts (writers, artists), professionals in search of new ways of meeting challenges, and individuals simply engaged in the art of living creatively.
Goober McGee has a bad habit. He eats his boogers! His older brother, Sludge, warns him that he could come down with a case of Boogeritis.Goober thinks Sludge is pulling his leg. Then one day he wakes up and he's green-everywhere! Goober begins to panic. Was Sludge really right? Will he have to go to school like this?How does he get rid of it? In the process of getting well again, Goober learns to try new foods, becomes a role model for his peers, and, most importantly, promises to never eat his boogers again.
'In the vein of The Creative Habit and The Artist's Way, a new manifesto on the creative process from a master of the impossible. Since well before his epic 1974 walk between the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center, Philippe Petit had become an artistwho answered first and foremost to the demands of his craft-not only on the high wire, but also as a magician, street juggler, visual artist, builder, and writer. A born rebel like many creative people, he was from an early age a voracious learner who taught himself, cultivating the attitudes, resources, and techniques to tackle even seemingly impossible feats. His outlaw sensibility spawned a unique approach to the creative process-an approach he shares, with characteristic enthusiasm, irreverence, and originality in Creativity: The Perfect Crime. Making the reader his accomplice, Petit reveals new and unconventional ways of going about the artistic endeavor, from generating and shaping ideas to practicing and problem-solving to pulling off the 'coup' itself-executing a finished work. The strategies and insights he shares will resonate with performers of every stripe (actors, musicians, dancers) and practitioners of the non-performing arts (painters, writers, sculptors), and also with ordinary mortals in search of fresh ways of tackling the challenges and possibilities of everyday existence'--